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|1.||"Storm" (The Laboratoire mix) (5:31)|
|2.||"What's Going On" (The Head Fuck mix) (6:32)|
|3.||"(Let Everybody) Join Hands" (It Could Be An American mix) (6:33)|
|1.||"Feel The Power (The Music Can Give)" (The House Nation mix) (5:03)|
|2.||"Storm" (The Doody Dodgy mix) (5:09)|
|3.||"(Let Everybody) Join Hands" (The Latin Love Affair mix) (4:19)|
For the first time since 1997, Laurent Garnier's earliest studio productions are available on wax. "French Connection" harks back to 1991, a time when Garnier spent a lot of his time travelling between Paris and Manchester. It was in the latter city that he met Mix Master Doody AKA Dream Frequency's Ian Bland, an experienced producer and studio engineer who co-produced the EP's six cuts. Musically, "French Connection" has stood the test of time better than a lot of dancefloor-focused music from the period. There's something wonderfully naive and glassy-eyed about its endearing mixture of heavy techno rhythms, post-Chicago house beats and loved-up, hardcore-era elements (piano riffs, female vocal samples, and so on). Crucially, all six cuts would slip easily into many contemporary house and techno sets.
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