Friday, May 27, 2011

Thomas Bangalter - Club Soda

Hey guys,

Today, I'll talk a bit of Thomas Bangalter who is part of the duo Daft Punk with Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo. For me, he is one of the best contempary house producers (he's my favourite okay)
Before the Daft Punk phenomenom, Thomas Bangalter released the two very famous EP's 'Trax On Da Rocks', a composite of 10 tracks with various samples set to funky House and Techno beats.
Part of Stardust, he released 'Music Sounds Better With You' on his own label, Roulé.

In October 1998, the awaited Trax On Da Rocks Vol 2 (Roulé 306)  produced in the Daft House in Paris is released and Club Soda is the first title of the volume, it's a refreshing tune !

The sublime cover of Trax On Da Rocks Vol 2

 Hope you like the dance too ;)

40 comments:

  1. this song is very relaxing thanks for the blog post

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  2. Nothing wrong with this bit of dance.

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  3. I loved it. I'm literally dancing!

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  4. The Song is mediocre but the Dance is exquisite :D

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  5. Music and History, count me in!

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  6. This is a great song on a hot day like today, good track.

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  7. And suddenly I feel like I am in a strip club. :P

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  8. I like this type of music.

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  9. This might put me to sleep. I like it. Thanks.

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  10. Lol just got book marked thanks for sharing!

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  11. Thanks. I kinda like Faft Punk, so that was a good read.

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  12. I need to expand my musical horizons. Im glad I follow your blog. Keep it up!!!

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  13. maaan I have boner now cause of that

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  14. nice, maybe a bit too soft for me though :)

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  15. relaxing I love daft punk thanks for the share!

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  16. Haha nice dance I dont know whats the deal with club soda

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  17. Great dance and a great song, thanks for sharing!

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  18. I like this better than Daft Punk's actual stuff. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Love the song and love the Blog. Keep it up!

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  20. Part of what makes this music so great is its universal appeal, it's simply something to get your groove on with.

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  21. Thomas is a fucking genius, and I am forever indebted to Homework and Discovery!

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  22. too much minimalist for me, btw nice chick :D

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