|3||(Hey You) What's That Sound?|
Directed By – Evan Bernard
|4||Jacques Your Body (Cassius Remix Edit)|
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Cassius
|8||Take A Little Time|
Recorded By [Vocal] – Matt HathawayWritten-By, Featuring – Shannon
|12||Sometimes (Junior Sanchez Remix)|
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Junior Sanchez
|14||Jacques Your Body (Make Me Sweat)||4:12|
|15||From: Disco To: Disco|
Engineer – Rene TinnerMusic By – Whirlpool ProductionsProducer [Additional], Remix – Jacques Lu ContWritten-By – Eric D. Clark, Fans Nieswandt, Justus Kohncke
|16||(Hey You) What's That Sound? (LRD Remix)||4:28|
|17||Jacques Your Body (Make Me Sweat) (Club Mix)||6:28|
|18||Music Makes You Lose Control (LRD Remix)||5:56|
|20||(Hey You) What's That Sound?||4:12|
|21||Music Makes You Lose Control||3:46|
Directed By – Mike Mills
Another 2 CD UK pressing, Darkdancer, was pressed at Sonopress Arvato.
Disc 1 was originally released in 1999.
Track 2-6 is the same as "Sometimes (Junior's Sometimes Synthy Mix)" on the Sometimes single.
All tracks published by Warnel Chappell except 'Soft Machine' and 'Damaged People' published by Warner Chappell / Copyright Control. 'Sometimes' published by Warner Chappell / Zomba Music. 'Take A Little Time' published by Warner Chappell / Deconstruction Songs / BMG. Recorded at Quad Studios, New York. 'From: Disco To: Disco' published by Goldmusik Verlag. Licensed from Multiply Records and by courtesy of Motor Music GmbH Hamburg.
Thomas Ribero appears courtesy of Hot Lava Music.
Nik Kershaw appears courtesy of Eagle Records.
Shannon appears courtesy of Big Management.
Les Rythmes Digitales - Darkdancer 1999. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Les Rythmes Digitales. Songs in album Les Rythmes Digitales - Darkdancer 1999. Les Rythmes Digitales - Dreamin'. Les Rythmes Digitales - Music Makes You Lose Control. Les Rythmes Digitales - Soft Machine. Les Rythmes Digitales - Hypnotise. Les Rythmes Digitales - Hey You What's That Sound. Les Rythmes Digitales - Take a Little Time. и другие авторские общества 4. Darkdancer is the second studio album by Les Rythmes Digitales, released in 1999. It peaked at number 53 on the UK Albums Chart. In 2005, it was re-released with an additional disc that included remixes, unreleased tracks, and music videos. In 2015, Thump placed it at number 97 on the 99 Greatest Dance Albums of All Time list. Album 1999 19 Songs. Electronic 1999. free to Les Rythmes Digitales Darkdancer Dreamin', Music Makes You Lose Control and more. His 1999 'Darkdancer' album, which combined elements of house, electro, discoListen free to Les Rythmes Digitales Darkdancer Dreamin', Music Makes You Lose Control and more. 12 tracks 56:10. His 1999 'Darkdancer' album, which combined elements of house, electro, disco read more. Les Rythmes Digitales is an alias of Stuart Price, also known as Jacques Lu Cont and Thin White Duke. His 1999 'Darkdancer' album, which combined elements of house, electro, disco and synthpop, was re-released in 2005 followi read more. Similar Artists. Most anyone who was into electronica back when this was released they were either dancing to the euphoric beats of trance or chilling to a downbeat track in the backroom of a club. Les Rythmes Digitales Darkdancer Review. Released 2005. Cynical industry machinations aside, the album doesn't sound too dated today largely due to the ongoing electro-clashpro-80s zeitgeist that still rules today's dancefloors - the very zeitgeist in fact, that Darkdancer is said to have spawned. The official reason for the re-issue is thus to remind us of just how far ahead of its time the project was, though of course most of us knew that already. Released: Oct 1999. Label: Astralwerks. Fans of Madge's Confessions on a Dance Floor will warm to this 1999 dance classic, since the same house genius lurks behind both releases - Stuart Price, aka Les Rythmes Digitales, aka Jacques Lu Cont, aka Thin White Duke etc. Price knows better than most how to get the feet moving, but it's his genuine pop sensibilities that make him one of the best. On Darkdancer it's all about nostalgic '80s sounds, especially Nik Kershaw's vocals on Sometimes. Essential l