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Thomas BangalterSpinal Scratch

Label:Roulé – Roulé 302
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:France
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Genre:Electronic
Style:House, French House

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ASpinal Scratch7:10
BSpinal Beats4:27
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Recorded @ Daft House in Paris France
Shouts to my co-pilot Guy-Man for his support.
p&© 1996 Roulé Music
Published by Zomba Music for World
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France
Funkytown Distribution
fax: 33(0)146061665
Made in France

DCNI Imprimerie 02 3762 86

Samples George Benson - The World Is a Ghetto.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SCAM SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI-96-10 ROULE 2̶ 302 A THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ DFI-96-10 ROULE 302 B

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Spinal Scratch (12", 45 RPM, Test Pressing)RouléRoulé 302France1996

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  • myonlysin
    ive heard those scratching sound before at a night club ????
    • milkman345's avatar
      milkman345
      Love this record to bits. Great song for the club.
      • jmds's avatar
        jmds
        Great record, but in my case, some glue from the sleeve found its way to the "spinal beat" side. I'm pissed. The printer did a shitty job.
        • dmp's avatar
          dmp
          I think those guitar riffs here were taken from George Benson's "The World Is A Ghetto" (e.g. at 3:40).
          • SamAK's avatar
            SamAK
            Edited 10 years ago
            Bangers each and all!
            • dj.paws's avatar
              dj.paws
              I can't wait to spin this one live. I'd have to say that it's probably one of the most unique tracks that I've heard, since I got into these ingenius Frenchmen, together or solo. Hell, that goes the same for most other records I've heard. This is one of those "holy grail" cuts, for me..just listen and you'll understand.

              This song just does you right, with the funky looped keys and riffs, and a real floor pounding beat. It's like turntablist vs. disco, with scratches that shuffle the phrasing up divinely. All together, a real five star release.

              My only complaint is that the vinyl itself isn't as heavy or thick as some of my other 12" cuts..and didn't come in its own sleeve.
              • Graymond's avatar
                Graymond
                Seven years on, if somebody utters the name to me, I still get excited by it. In a review at the time I remember the quote 'sounds like nothing else on earth' and it's still true. A tremendously funky but banging live-sounding beat which could I could listen to for hours combined with alien cut-up George Benson riffs and scratches take you somewhere most house music doesn't come close to. An all-time French classic.
                • djmungis's avatar
                  djmungis
                  any fans of french-disco should hunt this record down. crazy guitar loops scratched and chopped up over a hard as hell 909 beat. bangalter at his peak.

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