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Christopher JustI'm A Disco Dancer

Label:Slut Trax – SLUT 001CD
Format:
CD, Single
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Techno, Big Beat

Tracklist

1I'm A Disco Dancer (Fatboy Slim Remix)
EngineerSimon Thornton
RemixFatboy Slim
Remix [Credited To]Norman Cook
4:36
2I'm A Disco Dancer (Original Mix)7:21
3I'm A Disco Dancer (Dave Clarke Remix)
RemixDave Clarke
Sampler [Vocals Reconstituted]Clarke*
5:06
4I'm A Disco Dancer (Salt City Orchestra Remix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix [Credited To]Elliot Eastwick
Producer [Additional Production], Remix [Credited To], EngineerSi Brad*
9:08
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(p) and (c) Slut Trax 1997

Track 1 engineered at The House Of Love.
Track 4 engineered at Payback Studios, Manchester.

Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5018615420156
  • Matrix / Runout: C7825 SLUT 001 CD · 1:0 [Nimbus logo]
  • Mastering SID Code (x2): IFPI L123
  • Mould SID Code (In Matrix/Runout area): ifpi 2303

Other Versions (5 of 25)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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I'm A Disco Dancer (And A Sweet Romancer) Remixed (12", 45 RPM)International Deejay Gigolo RecordsGigolo 08Germany1997
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I'm A Disco Dancer (And A Sweet Romancer) (12", 45 RPM)Slut TraxSLUT 001UK1997
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I'm A Disco Dancer (And A Sweet Romancer) (12", Single Sided, Limited Edition, 45 RPM, Orange Transparent)International Deejay Gigolo RecordsGigolo 04Germany1997
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I'm A Disco Dancer (And A Sweet Romancer) (CD, Single)XL Recordings, Slut TraxXLS 105 CDUK1997
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I'm A Disco Dancer (And A Sweet Romancer) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)XL RecordingsXLR 105UK1997

Reviews

  • tonymasud's avatar
    tonymasud
    The original is one of those records that sits on a fine line between silly tosh and greatness. You have a standard beat with this utterly simple melody running through most of the track and then those infamous speak & spell vocals. The original had enough variety to pull of being a really simple track, one of the key moments is when things get switched up 3minutes in.

    Dave Clarke utilized that part entirely for his remix, looping it up and strapping on a hard kick under. Dave's remix seems almost more gimmicky than the original on a first glance but it works on the dancefloor.

    Fatboy Slim did his usual thing with his remix, switched up the groove to a breakbeat and some funky grooves added. SCO gets rid of the original beat aswell, and works up the track to a techy house groove, dropping elements of the vocal here and there and building it up hard. 4minutes in you hear a harder kick being tacked on and you expect a big climax but SCO tear it down to then introduce some of the original elements, including the melody.