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Laurent GarnierThe Man With The Red Face

Label:F Communications – F 119, F Communications – 137.0119.30, F Communications – 137 0119 30
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Deep House

Tracklist

A1The Man With The Red Face9:15
B1The Man With The Red Face (Svek Remix)4:57
B2The Man With The Red Face (Funk D'Void Mix)
Remix, Producer, Arranged By, EngineerFunk D'Void
5:35
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Credits

Notes

First Pressing Comes with a paper mask of the ghost, which is on the "Unreasonable Behaviour" album front cover.

Release Notes (excerpts):

Written & produced at the Wake Up Lab around Paris. Made in France.
From the album "Unreasonable Behavior"
Duplication kills Creation

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (as printed): 5 413356 738834
  • Barcode (digits only): 5413356738834
  • Label Code: LC 07800
  • Rights Society: Sabam/Biem
  • Matrix / Runout (side A, stamped): DFI-0 0-2 F119A
  • Matrix / Runout (side A, handwritten): EXCHANGE 2000 - SIMON - 137 0119-130 A B521164-01 A₁
  • Matrix / Runout (side B, stamped): DFI-0 0-2 F119 B
  • Matrix / Runout (side B, handwritten): EXCHANGE 2000 - SIMON 137.0119.130 B B521164-01 B₁
  • Other (Distribution Code): 080P

Other Versions (5 of 16)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Man With The Red Face (CD, Maxi-Single)F Communications, F CommunicationsF119 CD, 137.0119.22UK & Europe2000
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The Man With The Red Face (CD, Single, Cardboard Sleeve)F Communications, PIAS Benelux, PIAS BeneluxF119 CDX, 137.0119.24, 137 0119 24Europe2000
The Man With The Red Face (12", Promo)F Communications, [PIAS] RecordingsF 119 PROMO XFrance2000
The Man With The Red Face (12", Promo)F CommunicationsF 127 UK PRFrance2000
Recently Edited
The Man With The Red Face (12", Single Sided, White Label, Promo)F CommunicationsF 119 UK PFrance2000

Reviews

  • StanFREDO's avatar
    StanFREDO
    This track is a masterpiece. This track is a masterpiece.
    • metropolis's avatar
      metropolis
      Can't believe I wrote that nonsense in my other comments about this track. That's what happens when you log on to Discogs after a night out.

      The remix is of course by Svek, and I'm warming to Funk D'Void's mix, although it still falls short of the original and the Svek mix.
      • metropolis's avatar
        metropolis
        What a track. My hope is that in the future they'll be encouraging our kids to listen to this in the schools. What a motivation.

        There are so many words that could be used to describe this track, however none would give it justice. You have to hear it, feel it, dance to it, ride with it !!!!!!!!

        On the flip UMEK rises to he challenge and delivers the house mix, retaining that phat bassline with the emphasis on the sax solo, yet never losing the integrity of the original take.

        Funk D'Void attempts to create the techno alter-ego by leaving his mark on the track utilising breaks, (that initially don't work, eventually make sense, then lose it again ....) underpinned by a sweeping bassline and his take on the original melody.
        Lars' mistake, in my opinion, is that he tries to make the track his own..............!!!

        Perhaps he should have rejected the opportunity to rework it in the first place. But then..... How could you?

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