Todd Terje ‎– Ragysh

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Untitled
Ragysh
Snooze 4 Love
Bonysh

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RBCR-78 Todd Terje Ragysh(12", Ltd) Running Back RBCR-78 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
RBCR-78 Todd Terje Ragysh(12") Running Back RBCR-78 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
RBCR-78 Todd Terje Ragysh(12", W/Lbl, TP) Running Back RBCR-78 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
RBCR-78 Todd Terje Ragysh(4xFile, MP3, 320) Running Back RBCR-78 Germany 2011
OLX 003 Todd Terje Ragysh(4xFile, WAV) Olsen OLX 003 Europe 2011
RBCR-78 Todd Terje Ragysh(12", RP) Running Back RBCR-78 Germany 2013 Sell This Version

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djstoria

djstoria

September 30, 2017
referencing Ragysh, 12", Ltd, RBCR-78
Cool interprétation tech house, clubbing, mise en forme & dance floor.
am_pm

am_pm

April 4, 2014
referencing Ragysh, 12", Ltd, RBCR-78
the beginning of the beat sounds like Michael Jackson's Billie Jean
Kinderground

Kinderground

November 28, 2013
referencing Ragysh, 12", RBCR-78
This is a special one.. Everytime I play this record, the house goes down. Grab it!
djhalftime

djhalftime

April 30, 2013
referencing Ragysh, 12", RBCR-78
This is definitely my favourite Todd record, and the A2, Ragysh, is Todd at his absolute best. Proper cosmic shit. Gives me shivers. Buy this record!
restless

restless

October 24, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Ragysh, 12", Ltd, RBCR-78

Quite a departure from Todd Terje's usual electronic disco explorations, "Ragysh" is one of the anthems of 2011, a strange hybrid tune that sounds like a slightly pitched-down bonafide German trance classic from the Superstition era (say Marmion, Humate etc) filtered through some circa-2004 panoramic 'trendy-trance' a la Border Community or Kompakt, then re-filtered through 2010 disco-reedit cheese (the Blondie beatbox sample), the whole thing massively produced.
So does this work? Hell yeah, one of the biggest climaxes of the year for sure (although i would personnally have brought in a second, even more definitive climax after the 1st bridge but hey I'm not mr Terje...).
And is this good? Excellent, in a dreamy, a little OTT 'hands-in-the-air' attitude.
(And let's not forget the B-side "Snooze 4 Love", a charming bleepy progressive techno exploration in the vein of Oni Ayhun or Isolee).