Glamorous Hooligan ‎– Stoned Island Estate

Arthrob ‎– ART 004CD, Coalition Recordings ‎– 3984 228572
CD, Single

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1 Stoned Island Estate (Edit) 4:05
2 Stoned Island Estate (Les Rythmes Digitales Remix)
Remix – Les Rythmes DigitalesRemix, Producer [Additional Production By] – Jacques Lu Cont
3 Stoned Island Estate (Local Over Land & Sea Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production By] – Local (2)
4 Stoned Island Estate (Regular Fries Reshuffle)
Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Andy Nicholls*Engineer [Engineered By] – Toby BushRemix [Remixed By] – Regular Fries
5 Stoned Island Estate (A Tranquility Bass Transmission)
Remix – Tranquility BassRemix [Remixed By] – Mike Kandel*
6 Stoned Island Beats 5:50

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Published by BMG Music Publishing Ltd/AMOS/Perfect Songs.
Produced & recorded at Finsbury Park, York.
03: Remix & additional production at Killer Studios.
04: Remixed at Matrix Studios, Little Russell St, London.
Packaged at Service.

℗ 1998 Coalition Recordings International. © 1998 Coalition Recordings International.
Made in England. Mastered at Transfermation.

Printed in UK
Distributed by Warner Music (UK) Ltd.

℗ 1998 Coalition Recordings International. © 1998 Coalition Recordings International.
Made in England. A Warner Music Group Company.

Track durations are not printed on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 3984-228572 8
  • Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS S ART 004 CD 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L501
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8714
  • Label Code: LC 8243
  • Price Code (F:): CA773


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January 27, 2013

STONED ISLAND ESTATE, from Glamorous Hooligan's first album, gets a slate of remixes for its reappearance on their second album (though can you take much fault with a rap that gives a shout-out to Hobbes?). Les Rythmes Digitales takes it up to a house tempo, speeding up the vocals and laying down a smooth synth line. Local, on the other hand, chop things up for an acid big-beat workout, while the Regular Fries go for a slow rock jam, adding new vocals to suit the mellow mood. Tranquility Bass gets his hip-hop on, rearranging the lyrics for a slow chug. Stoned to say the least!


January 15, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
Jacques Lu Cont delivers an electro classic, typical of his LRD material at the time, speeding up the rap and taking the sound back to the 1980s. Another favourite is the Regular Fries Reshuffle, which creates a very laidback groove. Most of the original vocals are ditched in favour of repeated refrains, including "Kojak is coming back"! Sounds very much The Sandals and all the better for it. The Local and Tranquility Bass remixes are nothing special.