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Blast From the Past: Les Rythimes Digitales

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Always loved dance music since I was a child. I have many fond memories listening to disco tracks during the late 1970s — with Bee Gees’ “Staying Alive” not only a standard, but my all time favorite dance tune.

I listened to a lot of 80’s dance music, mostly remixes of Top 40 tracks, and found them to be both cheezy and a bore.

It was not until the late 1990s, with the arrival of internet as a distribution platform, did I discover new and interesting dance music that excited me like when I first heard the Bee Gees. There was house, trance, techno, jungle, etc. The variety was endless, and I was soaking it all up.

One of my favorite tracks of that era was from a UK label called Wall of Sound and they had this act called Les Rythimes Digitales (also known as Stuart Price) and he had an infectious pop-laced tune called “Hey You What’s That Sound?”

Take a listen.

There’s even a music video!

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January 4th, 2015 at 2:58 pm

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