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    Laurent Garnier & Carl CraigThe Kings Of Techno

    Label:Rapster Records – RR0063CD, BBE – RR0063CD
    Serie:The Kings Of
    2 x CD, Mixed, Digipak
    Genre:Electronic, Jazz, Rock, Funk / Soul
    Stil:Garage Rock, Italo-Disco, Soul, Techno, Hip Hop, EBM, Electro, Funk


    The Detroit Perspective
    1.1Yusef LateefThe Plum Blossom
    Composed ByYusef Lateef
    1.2DabryeGame Over
    FeaturingJay Dee, Phat Kat
    Producer, Written-ByJames Yancey, Ronald Watts, Taod Bryan Mullinix*
    1.3Jay DeeBeej-N-Dem Pt. 2
    ProducerJames Yancey
    Written-ByJay Dee
    1.4Aretha FranklinRock Steady
    Written-ByAretha Franklin
    1.5ArpanetNTT DoCoMo
    Producer, Mixed ByCarl Craig
    1.7Instinct (2)Just A Feeling
    Producer, Written-ByB. Nell, J. Smith*
    1.8Carl CraigNo More Words
    Producer, Written-ByCarl Craig
    Written-ByAlana Simon, Marc Kinchen
    1.10Hamilton BohannonMe And The Gang
    Producer, Written-ByHamilton Bohannon
    1.11D.I.E. (Detroit In Effect)*Get Up
    PerformerMaaco*, P-Dog
    Producer, Written-ByOdell Perry, Tameko. J. Williams*
    1.12ADULT.Don't Talk (Redux)
    1.13The StoogesNo Fun
    ProducerJohn Cale
    Written-ByThe Stooges
    1.14Jeff MillsUtopia
    Written-ByJeff Mills
    1.15FunkadelicBettino's Bounce
    1.16Alice ColtraneJourney In Satchidananda
    Composed ByAlice Coltrane
    FeaturingPharoah Sanders
    1.17Underground ResistanceAmazon (Live)
    Written-ByJ. Mills*, M. Banks*
    The European Perspective
    2-1No ArtistIntro2:01
    2-2Art Of Noise*Beat Box
    Producer, Written-ByThe Art Of Noise
    2-3Capricorn (3)I Need Love (Instrumental)
    Written-ByC. Simonetti*
    2-4Nitzer EbbJoin In The Chant
    Composed ByHarris*, McCarthy*
    2-5Martin CircusDisco Circus5:03
    2-6KanoIt's A War
    ProducerClaudio Donato
    2-7Yellow Magic OrchestraComputer Games
    ProducerHarry Hosono*
    Written-ByYellow Magic Orchestra
    2-8YelloNo More Words
    ProducerUrsli Weber, Yello
    Written-ByBoris Blank
    2-9Liaisons DangereusesPeut Être Pas
    Producer, Composed ByBeate Bartel, Chris Haas*
    Written-ByKrishna Goineau
    2-10Alexander RobotnickDance Boy Dance2:55
    2-11ChoiceAcid Eiffel
    Producer, Written-ByLaurent Garnier, Shazz
    2-12The Black DogVirtual
    Producer, Written-ByTurner*, Handley*, Downie*, The Black Dog
    2-13The Flying LizardsFlesh And Steel
    ProducerDavid Cunningham
    Written-ByThe Flying Lizards
    2-14BalilNort Route
    Producer, Written-ByAndrew Turner*, Ed Handley
    2-15VisageFrequency 75:00
    2-16Severed HeadsThe Ant Can See Legs

    Unternehmen usw.

    Mitwirkende (Credits)


    CD1 is not track-marked. Duration: 68:23.

    Track 1.17 Live @ The Rex Club (Paris)

    On track 2-13 producer David Cunningham is credited as Chris Cunningham by mistake.

    Made in Germany

    ℗ 1961: 1.1
    ℗ 1969: 1.13
    ℗ 1970: 1.16
    ℗ 1978: 1.10
    ℗ 1981: 1.15, 2-15
    ℗ 1982: 2-3
    ℗ 1983: 2-2, 2-6, 2-10
    ℗ 1984: 2-16
    ℗ 1990: 1.6
    ℗ 1991: 1.8, 2-12
    ℗ 1993: 2-11
    ℗ 1994: 1.14
    ℗ 2000: 2-14
    ℗ 2001: 1.3
    ℗ 2002: 2-9
    ℗ 2003: 1.11
    ℗ 2004: 1.2
    ℗ 2006: 2-4

    Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale

    • Barcode: 730003906329
    • Labelcode: LC 07306
    • Labelcode (Track 1.4): LC 00121
    • Labelcode (Track 1.13): LC 00192
    • Preiscode: [48]
    • Mould-SID-Code: IFPI 0767
    • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 52028740/RR0063CD-1 21
    • Mastering-SID-Code (CD1): IFPI LP 73
    • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 52028737/RR0063CD-2 21
    • Mastering-SID-Code (CD2): IFPI LB 45
    • Rechtegesellschaft (Track 1.2, 1.3, 1.8): ASCAP
    • Rechtegesellschaft (Track 1.7, 1.16): BMI
    • Rechtegesellschaft (Track 2-11): SACEM
    • ISRC (Track 1.1): US-FI8-62-00420
    • ISRC (Track 1.2): US-2J7-06-05020
    • ISRC (Track 1.3): GB-EQT-01-00024
    • ISRC (Track 1.4): US-AT2-99-02239
    • ISRC (Track 1.5): FR-S71-02-00006
    • ISRC (Track 1.8): US-PC8-06-01121
    • ISRC (Track 1.10): US-IR2-03-00173
    • ISRC (Track 1.11): NL-L56-05-00145
    • ISRC (Track 1.13): US-EE1-05-01249
    • ISRC (Track 1.14): US-AX1-00-00024
    • ISRC (Track 1.15): GB-AWA-03-78245
    • ISRC (Track 1.16): US-MC1-70-52076
    • ISRC (Track 2-4): GB-AJH-06-00497
    • ISRC (Track 2-6): IT-C89-90-00019
    • ISRC (Track 2-8): DE-F07-83-02100
    • ISRC (Track 2-9): DE-E61-02-00506
    • ISRC (Track 2-10): IT-F70-83-11112
    • ISRC (Track 2-14): GB-BPW-00-00061
    • ISRC (Track 2-15): US-UR1-03-00808

    Andere Versionen (5 von 8)Alle anzeigen

    Titel (Format)LabelKat.-Nr.LandJahr
    Recently Edited
    The Kings Of Techno (2×CD, Promo)Rapster RecordsRR0063 CDEurope2006
    Recently Edited
    The Kings Of Techno - Part A (2×12", Compilation)Rapster RecordsRR0063 LPGermany2006
    Recently Edited
    The Kings Of Techno - Part B (2×12", Compilation)Rapster RecordsRR0064 LPGermany2006
    Recently Edited
    The Kings Of Techno (2×CD, Promo)Rapster RecordsRR0063CDUS2006
    The Kings Of Techno (2×CD, Compilation, Mixed)Rapster Records, Hostess Entertainment UnlimitedRR0063 CD, RR0063CDJJapan2006


    Retrac's avatar
    Also available as a 2CD jewel case version on the same barcode with same discs and booklet with additional rear cover printed for jewel case
    I found the Garnier mix to be a little disappointing all the same and it's all one track which is strange. The Craig disc is superb, with great track selection, but the cartoon style of his voice-over is somewhat bizarre! I played the Craig disc a lot when I bought this package back in 2006. The standout tracks for me are 'Dance Boy Dance' by Alexander Robotnick and 'Computer Games' by Y.M.O.
    Brandes's avatar
    Was really looking forward to this but was inevitably disapointed. Certainly not as good as the Kings of House comp by MAW.

    I prefer the Laurent Garnier mix than Carl Craig's. In all fairness, I find that cd somewhat annoying. All the shouts out during the mixes etc really detract from the listening experience. Some might see them as personal touches, I see them as an annoyance.

    It's a shame because the music on both cds' is very high and eclectic. Better than the average compilation but it could have been so much more.
    alant1000's avatar
    Vor 15 Jahren bearbeitet
    This is an outstanding effort from 2 of the most important players who have shaped techno / house and dance music in general over the past 20 or so years. Both DJ's have clearly made an effort to create an identity to their mixes, as have been used in their recent mix CD's. Laurent starts opens up with "fly on the wall" brief recordings of conversation, and the set opens with blues and jazz, building to full Detroit techno, much in the style of his previous "Excess Luggage" mix compilation. Gone are the days when you would hear a full techno or house set from Laurent, his DJ sets moved well beyond this and he makes no apologies for the diversity of his track selections. You need to be open minded for this set, and in my opinion it works fantastic. This is his interpritation of the USA sound, and he's got the jazz element spot on, right back to the Motown sound. Carl Craig provides some excellent content from europe (and Japan with YMO), building from Italo disco records, french disco, slowly up to the 90's sounds, and back to cutting edge 80's. As with Laurent, he creates his own unique style much like his recent "Fabric" mix CD, with a running commentary for his tracks, and why he has chosen them. These early tracks are a nightmare to mix, evident as Carl kills the bass and talks over some mixes, but thats OK. Again, you really need an open mind for this mix, and he has done an outstanding job in digging out some obscure records. What is ironic and interesting about this mix is that if you ask any Detroit DJ about their influences during the birth of Detroit techno, a big chunk comes from european imports, mostly Italy and Germany in the late 70's and early 80's. But if you ask the european artists during the birth of the main dance scene in the mid-late 80's, their influence was definitely Chicago and Detroit. They have acheived something different and quirky, and i'd recommend it 100%.