"Disco Club"

release date: 19th April 2004

tipped for uk charts!

CAT 146 T -  (3 original tracks)
CAT 146 CD - 3 track CD (1 original track + the kerrier district remix + an exclusive bonus CD-only track)
CAT 146 R - (2 more original tracks + the kerrier district remix)

    Originally released on Out Records way back in 1978, Black Devil’s "Disco Club" is an extremely rare disco masterpiece, an epic journey into the deepest electronic disco ...
    It’s already whipped up a storm in the UK hip dance bible Jockey Slut have made it their single of the month for March, and it’s the most asked for record in Berwick Street’s tastemaker shops. In other words there is a huge buzz about it.
    The record was discovered by Rephlex’s own PP Roy for 20 pence at a car boot sale, and quickly found favour with friends Richard D. James and Luke Vibert.
    Keen as ever to share fantastic music, label co-founder Grant Wilson-Claridge has managed to secure the exclusive license for Rephlex, unwittingly beating Metro Area’s Morgan Geist (a long time fan) to the snap!
    The first ep contains four  tracks from the original release.
    The second  (chart eligible, c'mon everybody!) version and the cd-s contains the other 2 tracks the poppy  vocal tracks that didn’t make the first release plus a great new remix by Kerrier District, (Luke Vibert), who’s brilliant album was just released on rephlex in early February, to strong critical acclaim.
    The record is credited to  Joachim Sherylee and Junior Claristidge, , pseudonyms of two library writers Bernard Fevre and Jackie Giordiano.
    It was made manually in a recording studio in the suburbs of Paris using synths and occasional tape loops and a drummer. No midi or computers. Incredibly it sounds contemporary and very fresh.

distributed in the uk by srd;
in the usa by forced exposure;
in japan by jvc;
in france by la baleine; 
in benelux by lowlands;
in italy by wide records;
in australia by inertia; 
in poland by sonic...

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