Together (2) ‎– Together

Label:
Roulé ‎– TOGETHER
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Vinyl, 12", Single Sided, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Together 7:05

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Published by Zomba Music / Delabel Éditions / Daft Music.
Contains a sample from "Because of you" (Keith Nash).
Global Art Publishing o/b/o itself & Lunch Money Music (BMI). Used by permission.
℗ & © 2000 Roulé Music
Maded in the E.U.

Uncredited Sampling Information:
The intro speech ("A time has come to make a decision. Are we in this thing alone or are we in it together?") is spoken by J.T. Walsh and taken from the movie "Pleasantville" (1998) directed by Gary Ross.
Main vocal sample taken from "Sincerely Yours (Accappella Version)" performed by Sweet Sensation.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SCAM
  • Matrix / Runout: DFI-00 1 TOGETHER THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ

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ledjfab

ledjfab

July 18, 2008

A brilliant conceptual masterpiece. A first sample: the speech from Plesantville. "A time has come to make a decision. Are we in this thing alone, or are we in it together?" (Pleasantville, 79 minutes 53 seconds). Then, a slowed down vocal sample of "Sincerely Yours" performed by the trio Sweet Sensation is heard on repeat. Another one, taken from "Because Of You" by Slave, soon breaks the monotony of the first. Both samples are the word 'Together', and they go... well together. Once you get this idea, the kick and some 80's keyboards jump into the game and strongly support the binary hypnotic repetition - and progression - of the track.
Everything is perfect; so coincidentally intelligent that it certainly deserve to be noted in Thomas Bangalter's and DJ Falcon highlights.
A total shame that it was never issued on CD and / or released internationally. I still hope that this gem will someday find it's place on an album or a compilation.
pughboy

pughboy

April 13, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
The best Roulé track by a country mile, starts of with a bit of gospel style vocals until the fat synth line kicks in and keeps going for another 5-6 minutes. Simple yet perfect and guaranteed to put a smile on peoples faces.