Various ‎– La Yellow 357

Yellow Productions ‎– YP 010 A
CD, Compilation

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1 Dimitri From Paris Bande Annonce (The Trailer)
Producer, Arranged By – Dimitri From Paris
2 The Mighty Bop Theme 357 5:12
3 Dimitri From Paris Un Grand Cœur: Suspense
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Dimitri From Paris
4 The Mighty Bop Love Theme Universal 4:59
5 Jose* Jose's Wife 0:45
6 Magnetic (9) Deep Vibration (Le Défi)
Mixed By – Chris The French Kiss
7 The Mighty Bop Variations Sur Le Thème D'une Rencontre 5:32
8 Fresh Lab L'Inquiétude
Music By – Fresh Lab AKA DJ Jeff & Steff*
9 Magnetic (9) The Chase
Bass [Special Guest] – Felipe Vandelo
10 DJ Cam & Smooth 1 Return At Bates Motel (L'Angoisse)
Music By – Smooth 1Producer, Music By – DJ Cam
11 Magnetic (9) The Final 4:04
12 The Mighty Bop Theme 357 (Reprise) 4:17

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Track 1: Contains uncredited samples from '"The Black Queen's Beads"' performed by The Bob Crewe Generation Orchestra. Samples from the movie 'Dillinger' ('This could be one big moment in your life: don't make it your last') directed by John Milius (1973).
Tracks 2, 4 to 9, 11 & 12: Produced for Yellow Productions.
Track 3: Produced, engineered and mixed for La French House Of Entertainment at NB Studio.
Track 5: Jose is talking about his wife in an interlude.
Track 9: Mixed at Mix It Studio.
Track 10: Produced for Street Jazz Production.
Tracks 2, 4, 6 to 8, 11 & 12: Mixed at Defrey Studio.
All tracks: © Copyright Control 1995.

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 3471410102207
  • Barcode (Text): 3 471410 102207

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September 4, 2008
A seminal comp. I seem to remember this album being listed as 'A score/soundtrack to a film that hasn't yet been written'- don't remember whether I read that in a music mag or saw it on the description details in Picadilly Records in Manchester... oh well doesn't matter where coz it pretty much sums the album up. Basically it's the creme de la creme of 90's French music producers - The Mighty Bop, Dimitri from Paris, DJ Cam to name but a few. It's worth buying for the 'Jose's Wife' monologue alone (you f##k my wife! Gonna f##k you twice!) - the only better spoken word record for cutting different genre records is James Mason reading from the Bible on 'Stars on Sunday'!