Thomas BangalterTrax On Da Rocks Vol. 2

Label:Roulé – Roulé 306
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:House, Techno


A1Club Soda3:56
A2Extra Dry4:53

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Written & produced @ Daft House in Paris, France.
℗ & © 1998 Roulé Music
Fax: 33 (0)1 46 06 16 65

Made in France

A1 samples Starpoint - I Just Wanna Dance With You.
A3 samples George Benson - Nature Boy.
B1 samples Claude François - Cette Année-Là.

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  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SCAM SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI-98-9 Roulé 306 A1 THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DFI-98-9 Roulé 306 B1 THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ

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Trax On Da Rocks Vol. 2 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)RouléRoulé 306France1998
Trax On Da Rocks Vol. 2 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Repress)RouléRoulé 306France2012


  • myonlysin
    1. club soda (good, but its just slow)
    2. extra dry (it sound like a 1994 track, but stiil good)
    3. shuffle (ITS A HORRIBLE TRACK)
    4. colossus (the best track by far in this ep)
    5. turbo (not bad of a track)

    i will give this ep a 9/10
    • libogodoi's avatar
      Des tres grands classiques techno / house mais je trouve quand même que les prix de ces vinyles sont un peu abusés surtout que en 1998,ils ont été pressés à tres grande quantité ! Juste parce que c’est produit par thomas bangalter...
      • milkman345's avatar
        Bangalter's magnum opus. The opener is, and forever will be an icon in the French house scene. Extra Dry is a nice track. Great filtering and that intro man.... so good. Shuffle is bad. Very bad. Colossus is probably the best track on here. Mad filtering and a kick-ass 909 beat. The finisher; Turbo, is really good, but EXTREMELY repetitive. Overall, the best Roulé release.
        • DeejayLBZ's avatar
          Edited 3 years ago
          If you weren't in Clubs in 98 don't criticize! These two releases ( Tracks on da rocks 1/2 ) were a revolution in France, all tracks were played by a lot of dj's ( they discovered Daft Punk in 98, and didn't buyed Homeworks for a lot of all ),Daft Punk Style is on these 2 records ( cheap samples, filter and groovy bass ) 20 years later it's easy to criticize, but did you produced and risk money on cheap and basic loops/samples ? I don't think so.. They Did it!
          • Paucus's avatar
            This record is great it stays in my record back for life. Club soda is my track of choice but all very workable tracks here. Rock the discotek
            • lilla-lobos's avatar
              apparently "club soda" was often played at 45 rpm within the early footwork scene in chicago around the turn of the millenium
              • jphilips36's avatar
                Too awesome. Lovin the French House music! Roule' music :)
                • soundslikethis03's avatar
                  Edited 8 years ago
                  Great French House Vinyl. Here's the ratings of songs (In my opinion)
                  Club Soda: 8/10 (Before i said "Needed more" But now when i think of it, it's awesome! it's slow and calming. Great sampling btw)
                  Extra Dry: 10/10 (Awesome intro, this one is so epic!)
                  Shuffle: 4/10 (Way too repetitive)
                  Colossus: 9/10 (Nice filters, but not the best song)
                  Turbo: 6/10 (A bit annoying, but sorta cool)

                  OVERALL: 8/10. Pretty awesome, i just don't like Shuffle! and Turbo.
                  • pitikli's avatar
                    Turbo is a killer track
                    • kekkino's avatar
                      Club Soda is the BEST!



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