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Pax Romax Feat. Fred Ventura

Remember - Incl. Flemming Dalum Remix

Gino Soccio's 'Dancer' is a standout record when thinking about the early days of disco, mainly thanks to the lush synths crafted by the Canadian producer. His magic on the keys helped set the sonic agenda of those times and led him to six hit singles and four albums. After all that success, though, he vanished in 1984 and left behind only a fine musical legacy. Random Vinyl pays homage to it with a revamped release of 'Remember,' featuring Fred Ventura's vocals and Ivy Sharrard's French verses. Producer Marc Hartman delivers a 2024 rendition, while Flemming Dalum adds a banging remix to make this a great tribute.


Mine says: Wake up italo heads! Pax Romax and Fred Ventura pay tribute to an absolute classic and Flemming Dalum is on remix duties - sounds like a dream come true? Well it is. MEGA!


Remember (Flemming Dalum Mix)
Remember (Master Mix)

Dan Lacksman is a Belgian electronic music pioneer who co-founded the Electro Pop Dance formation Telex and is credited for their classic 'Moskow Diskow.' He also worked under the Transvolta name but put out only one single, 1978's impossibly hard-to-find classic 'Disco Computer.' Dan himself has carefully remastered the original for this special 12" reissue. It's still a retro-future sound all these years later with the signature talk box vocals and sleek drum machines under cosmic synths. On the flip is a long version of 'You Are Disco' which is a similar vibe but with a slightly more lively groove and vocal. Two serene dancefloor gems by any standards.


Mine says: Anyone who bought Jon Savage's compilation 'Do You Have The Force?' (pivotal in my transition from full-time goth to Piccadilly disco queen as Patrick so eloquently put it) from us a couple years back will already be familiar with this space disco gem. Anyone who didn't and who hasn't got this in their lives yet gets a chance now!


Disco Computer
You Are Disco

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