Stardust ‎– Music Sounds Better With You

Label:
Roulé ‎– Roulé 305
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, Etched
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A Music Sounds Better With You 6:50

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Different pressings exist, distinguished by the fax number of the distributor, the country of manufacture and the runout of Side A:
Roulé 305: 33(0)1 46 06 16 65 (fax) | Made in France
Roulé 305: 33(0)1 42 51 13 54 (fax) | Made in the E.U.

Side B is etched across the vinyl surface.

Labels:
Recorded @ Daft House in Paris.

Featuring samples from Chaka Khan recording "Fate" (Musker / King) EMI Publishing.
Produced under license from Warner Bros Records Inc.
By arrangement with Warner Special Products. Used by permission.

℗ & © 1998 Roulé Music

Distribution: 33(0)1 46 06 16 65 (fax)

Made in France

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SCAM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI-96_2 ROULE 305 A THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MUSIC SOUNDS BETTER WITH YOU. LOVE MIGHT BRING US BACK TOGETHER.

Other Versions (5 of 39) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ROULE 305 Stardust Music Sounds Better With You(12", S/Sided, Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) Virgin Records America, Inc. ROULE 305 US 1998 Sell This Version
7243 8952612 7, DINSD175 Stardust Music Sounds Better With You(CD, Single) Virgin, Virgin 7243 8952612 7, DINSD175 Europe 1998 Sell This Version
none Stardust Music Sounds Better In Paris (Anthony Atcherley Remix)(File, MP3, Unofficial, 320) Not On Label (Stardust) none UK 2012
7243 8 95528 2 9 Stardust Music Sounds Better With You(CD, Maxi) Virgin 7243 8 95528 2 9 UK 1998 Sell This Version
Roulé 305 Stardust Music Sounds Better With You(12", S/Sided, Etch, RE) Roulé Roulé 305 Europe Unknown Sell This Version

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Darude_Sandstorm

Darude_Sandstorm

November 16, 2015
edited 2 months ago
A real classic this song is! Really great Guitar riff! They turned that stupid Electric Guitar sound (from the song that they sampled) into a nice tune! I don't care if it's repetitive, it's so much better than noisy Rock Music is!!!
daftcombo

daftcombo

October 2, 2015

Extremely boring music, which spoiled a full summer of my youth. Not as bad as "One more time", though.
sardhouse

sardhouse

April 3, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
the main groove has been sampled from Chaka Khan - Fate (1981). In my opinion the original song is 1000 times better than this house track because isn't so repetitive, it's a normal song played live. however, Stardust's version remand me to my youth, when all the radios start spinning this vinyl for the whole summer of 1996.
h4ndcrafted

h4ndcrafted

August 29, 2013

The copy I got through as a promo has a slightly more MAtt cover to it than the store release, even though all the artwork is the same.
alpasounds

alpasounds

August 8, 2013

I love this song in an incredible way. I'm 17 but from 2 years I listen this music and nowadays I always love this song
BliptonFactor

BliptonFactor

February 16, 2013
this was thee top tune to be playing in ibiza in 98,1998 was a top year for banging filter house
ben.nevile

ben.nevile

January 27, 2013

kind of like the "where were you when kennedy got shot" of this particular era of house music.

i first heard the track in a record store the day it arrived. the girl behind the counter was playing it through over and over, just lifting the needle back to the beginning and playing it again without even looking up at the people in the store. she didn't have to check. we all wanted to hear it again.
d_eggleston

d_eggleston

October 4, 2012
Hard to describe how influential this track was, a genuine classic.

It's a fiendishly brilliant production too, and hard to forget the first time you hear it in a club mainly because, almost uniquely among contemporary house tracks, there's no intro to speak of (even on the 12" mix). This makes it nigh on impossible to beatmix into the track, much to the annoyance of every DJ then and since; Bangalter just teasingly loops the sample through a high-pass filter for about 30 seconds, long enough for everyone to stop and wonder 'what the hell is going on, is the sound system fucked?' ... then boom!, the bassline drops in and it's goodnight :-)
soulboy1975

soulboy1975

May 14, 2012
edited over 3 years ago
On the Saturday this came out, two copies of this were simultaneously spanked for hours in Luna Bar (Bar Basics)Leeds. Disco house, though, had already been going for years. It was a natural gradual progression, impossble to pinpoint a specific point in time, cos that point would be different for everybody.