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R. Bocquet Exotique
02 :31
02
J-P. Decerf, G. Zajd Reaching Infinite
03 :23
03
Dark Is The Colour Sons Of The Snake
05 :23
04
Phil Davies & Ch. Ried Muscle And Heat
04 :00
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C. Perraudin Energy
02 :47
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P. Bescombes Flipper
02 :55
07
Yan Tregger Girls Will Be Girls
05 :21
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T. Durbet, H. Williams Verschu System 80
03 :42
09
S. Olivier, Nakara Percussions Balimba
04 :39
10
J-P. Decerf, G. Zajd, T. Cerrona Black Safari
03 :13
11
Klaus Weiss Rhythm & Sounds Sound Inventions
03 :04
12
Sauveur Mallia Stone Roller
05 :33
13
Chris Rae/Frank McDonald Dance Robot
04 :03
14
B. Bennett Cloning
06 :24
15
Roger Roger No 15
02 :05
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B. Fevre Dali
01 :25
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J.L. Bucchi, R. Tambin-T.Lipton Ozone
03 :25
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Sauveur Mallia Robot Avenue
03 :50
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La Kalma Dance Soeur
05 :07
ARTIST
TITLE
Space Oddities
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
PERMVAC 025CD PERMVAC 025CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
7/20/2010

2008 release. Continuing in their quest to deliver quality and obscure sought after music, Permanent Vacation goes deeper than ever with Space Oddities, a compilation of rare European library grooves from 1975-1984. Two obsessive French DJs, crate diggers and collectors -- Alexis Le-Tan (music journalist and member of the Tigersushi Bass System) and Jess (from the famed French house duo Jess & Crabbe and drummer for punk band 10lec6) -- dive into a world of spacey, cosmic, funky and freaky disco-focused tracks from their library discoveries. Library music was produced from the early '50s by known and unknown composers and talented session musicians. These records were never commercially available; you had to subscribe to the labels in order to get them. Used mainly in films, TV series or commercials, they covered various genres, types of songs, atmospheres and sound effects. Producers, beat dealers and discerning DJs have been hunting down these records for many years and using them as secret weapons. Inspired by compilations like Anti N.Y., Teutonik Disaster, New York Noise, Disco Not Disco from labels like Gomma, Soul Jazz and Strut, as well as the explosion of the nu-disco-balearic-cosmic scene, Le-Tan and Jess reveal their best kept secrets to a wider audience. They also took the time to hunt down all the composers or label owners who had the rights for the tracks, in order to license them properly and give credit where it is due. Slick artwork by designers Check Morris depicts a contemporary take on the design of an old library record, and a booklet includes original illustrations, extensive sleeve notes and descriptions of each track.