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Roy Davis Jr*Rock Shock

Label:Roulé – Roulé 304
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, French House

Tracklist

Other Side
ARock Shock (Roy's Original Mix)4:47
This Side
BRock Shock (Thomas Bangalter's Start-Stop Mix)5:11
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Sticker and Label state: ROY DAVIS JR does it again!

Published by Umosia Music ASCAP.
Special thanks to Jesus my Lord for the beautiful gift of music and to all of you who have ever supported me in this lifetime.
Peace & eternal life.
℗ Undaground Therapy © 1998 Roulé Music
Distribution: 33(0)146061665 (fax)
Made in France

THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. in runout areas is hand etched, the remaining info is stamped.
Durations do not appear on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DFI-98_2 ROULE 304 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DFI-98_2 ROULE 304 B
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SCAM SDRM

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Rock Shock (12", 45 RPM, White Label)RouléRoulé 304France1998

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  • DJFUNK2DJPHUNK's avatar
    In 1998 maybee this records was the most awaited

    Thomas B and Homen Christo was on top of hype
    And now Thomas out a new labels oriented dancefloor filter french pure style

    Rock Shock was the Boom Start like Stardust, and Dj Falcon, Vertigo later
    • Readysongs68264's avatar
      I think this album is one of Roulé's greatest albums.
      I think the Start-Stop remix is ​​good, but I think the original mix is ​​better.
      • eleeut's avatar
        eleeut
        Stumbled across the sample for this one -> Claudio Simonetti - I Love the Piano...
        • FunkyBeak's avatar
          FunkyBeak
          Check out the "Start-Stop" mix - totally epitomizes what made Roulé such an amazing and ground-breaking label. I have yet to hear another track like this. If you could get past having that crazy intro play tricks with your mind while guessing at whether or not the first break will hit at the right time in your mix, then this great piece of filter house was definitely a treat. Its shorter length made it useful as a changeover track and / or filler, but those crazy breaks certainly got the dancefloor's attention. I'd love to find out how they emulated that "Tech-1200 platter-creeping-to-a-stop" sound.

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