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  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Dirty Space Disco
  • Size FLAC ver: 1508 mb
  • Country: France
  • Released: 2007
  • Style: Leftfield, Disco
  • Other formats: AC3 VOC TTA DTS VOC AC3 MIDI
  • Genre: Electronic / Funk and Soul
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
Various - Dirty Space Disco FLAC download
Various - Dirty Space Disco FLAC download


John Forde Atlantis 3:22
Roedelius* Regenmacher 6:02
Clara Mondshine Die Drachentrommler (Pilooski Edit) 6:19
Undisputed Truth Undisputed (How & Why Editions Disco Edit) 6:14
Fern Kinney Baby Let Me Kiss You 8:12
John Miles Stranger In The City (Pilooski Edit) 7:45
Conrad Schnitzler Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal 3:10
Yellow Power Hai Samurai 3:39
Tony Esposito Processione Sul Mare 5:05
Odyssey Who 3:28
Sylvester I Need Somebody To Love Tonight 6:41
Risqué Starlight 3:18
Starbow Voyager II 5:44


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TSRCD014 Various Dirty Space Disco ‎(CD, Comp, P/Mixed) Tigersushi TSRCD014 France 2007
TSRCD014_Promo Various Dirty Space Disco ‎(CD, Comp, P/Mixed, Promo) Tigersushi TSRCD014_Promo France 2007

Comments (3)

This collection could be very attractive for Vangelis fans. Here you will find the only CD edition of his proto-disco track "Who" from 1974 (music is by R. Fitoussi [later known as F.R. David, words by Richelle Dassin, sister of famous singer Joe Dassin]). Some years later he re-recorded it and re-arranged this song for Demis Roussos ("I Dig You") and Italian project CHRISMA.If you like space disco in general - here's my review. French project Dirty Sound System wanted to present collection of European and American disco tracks from the70s-early 80s with Cosmic sound. They wanted to present space disco as a genre of electronic music not just as music for discoteques. Important thing for them was that European space disco influenced Detroit techno of the 80s. So they choose tracks for this comilation according this trend.There are light poetic easy listening tracks such as "Who" by Odyssey (Vangelis), "I Need Sombody to Love Tonight" by Patrick Cowley & Sylvester, "Atlantis" by John Forde. But majority of the tracks here - monotonous, dry, hypnotic beats and loops. So it's not a kind of "Saturday Night Fever" compliation. It's for real lover of electronic music. In the credits of the tracks you'll find such names as Klaus Schulze, Rodelius (Kluster, Harmonia), Konrad Schnitzler (Tangerine Dream), Tony Carey (Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow) and Peter Hauke. Remastering is very good, but the main problem is that dry and hypnotic music doesn't work with romantic and relaxing disco tracks. So this compilation will be much more interesting for the lover of electronic music in general than for the person who is interested in catching of forgotten juicy Space Disco singles. Anyway - much thanks for Dirty Sound System for this compilation!
Mysterious Wrench
First thing that comes to my mind – Sarcastic Disco Masters mix, I can hear and feel some similar feel-good beautiful feeling here too.
To be honest, I do think that the hypnotic stuff works perfectly with the sweet and dreamy disco / R&B gems, also, almost all of the tracks have some "cosmic" flavour, I do believe it would work perfectly even if it would be mixed and not played one by one.I can only add that the sequence of the songs if astonishing, starts from John Forde, then some hypnotic stuff, then a couple of sweet drops, then again some dry and elegant jams and the four last songs will definitely stay in the listeners's heart and mind for a long-long time ;)

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