Juantrip' ‎– Masterpiece Trilogy

Label:
F Communications ‎– F 005, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] ‎– 137 0005 30
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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"J’ai connu Louis âgé d’un an et demi. Il est venu chez moi avec sa mère et il criait toujours. Ce cri m’indisposait. C’était pour moi comme si l’esprit de Louis était violé par la vie. De ce cri "échantillonné" naquit ce disque. Deux mois plus tard, Louis avale un loukoum, s’étouffe et meurt. Voici l’éternel pleur de Louis que je lui dédie". – Juantrip’

(P) & (C) 1994 F Communications.
Fabriqué en France

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Label Code: LC 7800
  • Rights Society: Sabam / Biem
  • Barcode: 5413356954234

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Cat N° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat N° Pays Année
F 005 CD, 137 0005 22 Juantrip' Masterpiece Trilogy(CD, Maxi) F Communications, F Communications F 005 CD, 137 0005 22 France 1994 Vendre cette version

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kompressorkanonen

5 mai 2003

Disturbing, frightening and completely mental, this debut release from hippie nutbag Juantrip' (which is the correct spelling of his artist name) soon became a very controversial record. Built around a looped organ sample from Jimmy Smith, it's a haunting, hypnotic techno track. Well, at least until the screaming sets in - loud, vicious screaming that could induce migraine in the dead. NME called it "the musical equivalent of being jumped by knife-wielding psychopaths in a dark alley", and several DJ's were apparently begging for a scream-less version, so they could play the track out. The controversy stems from the fact that the screams are sampled from a baby that died a few months later, as explained (in French) in the liner notes. Nine years on, this tune is still by far the best release by Juantrip', and one of the most insane tracks in the history of dance music.