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Cosmic Club France

  1. Stevo Armani - "(Don't Say) It's Over" (Mascara DJs Action mix)
  2. Electric Disco Boogie Band - "Disco Baba & The 40 Theives" (Mascara DJs Action mix)
  3. Cellophane - "Music Colours (Part 3)" (The Original From 1984)
  4. Electric Disco Boogie Band - "Disco Baba & The 40 Theives" (The Original From 1984)
out of stock $5.19
Cat: CCC 505. Rel: 12 May 08
  1. Brand Image - "Are You Loving?" (Cosmic club mastercuts)
  2. Brand Image - "Are You Loving?" (original from 1983)
  3. Lectric Workers - "The Garden" (feat Funny Randon - Cosmic club mastercuts)
  4. Lectric Workers - "The Garden" (feat Funny Randon - original from 1982)
out of stock $8.30
Cat: CCC 502. Rel: 31 Oct 07
  1. Cariocas - "Batida" (Cosmic Club Mastercuts)
  2. Brian Auger - "Night Train To Nowhere" (Cosmic Club Mastercuts)
  3. Cariocas - "Batida" (instrumental - 1983)
  4. Brian Auger - "Night Train To Nowhere" (instrumental - 1985)
out of stock $6.49
Cat: CCC 509. Rel: 09 Sep 09
  1. Cheaps - "Moliendo Cafe" (Over dub instrumental)
  2. Diana East - "Tenax" (instrumental dub 1982)
  3. Esavu - "Breakin Up" (instrumental version 1983)
  4. Bo Boss - "Hao Hao HaTequila" (instrumental version)
out of stock $8.30
Cat: CCC 508. Rel: 15 May 09
  1. Coco Bill - "Evita" (instrumental 1984)
  2. Helicon - "You See" (instrumental 1983)
  3. Q - "The Voice Of Q" (instrumental 1982)
  4. Q - "The Voice Of Q" (vocal 1982)
Played by: Telephones
out of stock $7.01
Cat: CCC 513. Rel: 25 Sep 12
Deep House
  1. 1997
  2. Black Shades
  3. Nut
  4. Maat
Review: Skylax offshoot Cosmic Club disregard any superstitious notions on this 13th release, welcoming rising Italian producer and DJ Joe Drive into the fold with the supreme four track Cosmogony EP. Drive has made an impression at Juno HQ with previous transmissions on Lux Rec, Hot Mix and Mathematics Drive, most notably for his approach to crafting house that's grounded in distinct atmospheric hues, and that much is very evident on the opening track "1997" and flipside accompaniment "Nut". Alongside this, "Black Shades" is a wondrous pitched down techno number whose melodic finesse will surely sound best on a big booming rig, while "Maat" goes deep on the cosmic Rhodes vibe and wouldn't sound out of place on Mahogani.
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out of stock $8.05
Cat: CCC 504. Rel: 16 Feb 08
  1. Electra - "Are You Automatic" (Cosmic Club Mastercuts)
  2. Sphinx - "Collision" (1982 remix)
  3. Automat - "The Rise, The Advance, The Genius" (original 1978)
Review: Cosmic Club is focused on releasing original obscure dance classics. For this 4th release, there are 3 rare tracks again.
First, Electra's 'Are You Automatic' is a pure cosmic Italo-disco gem, very rare to find and sought after, with the cosmic
club mastercuts treatment on top of it, easy to drop & play in any DJ set. 2nd, there's Sphinx's 'Collision' (remixed) an atomic
dance Italo-disco electro track from 1982 which has been compiled in the last 'Panama Racing DJ Mix'. This remixed version
is also from 1982 by the way. The third track is by Automat, called 'The Rise, The Advance, The Genius' from 1978. Tip.
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out of stock $8.30
Cat: CCC 514. Rel: 17 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. I Just Want To Be Free
  2. Clap Your Hands
  3. Get Up
  4. 77-88
  5. Warning To The Galaxy
  6. If I Was
Review: Given his impressive track record - a plethora of must-have 12" singles on Mathematics, Bunker and Abstract Acid, and last year's brilliant Black Purkee LP on Solar One Music - you'd expect this latest expansive 12" from German analogue explorer Andreas Gehm to be pretty darn irresistible. Predictably, it is. Voodoo Wolf features a sextet of stripped-back machine jams, which range from the spooky acid house of "Warming To The Galaxy" and ragging, Steve Poindexter-meets-Phuture wildness of "If I Was", to the riotous, Dancemania-ish ghetto-house revelry of "Clap Your Hands" and the Larry Heard-ish melancholia of "77-88".
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  1. Greg Hawkes - "Bee System"
  2. Eko Quango - "Na Mawazo"
  3. Slow Percussion - "Track 3"
  4. Antena - "Camino Del Sol" (vox version)
  5. Antena - "Camino Del Sol" (dub version)
  6. Toure Kunda - "Salaly Muhammed"
out of stock $8.30
Cat: CCC 510. Rel: 04 Feb 11
  1. Walter Jones - "7 Minutes Of Disco"
  2. The Love Supreme - "Barbatick"
  3. Peter Visti - "Lost In Space"
  4. Renkas - "Where Is The Ocean"
Review: Skylax Records impresario Hardrock Striker unveils the tenth release on his Cosmic Club offshoot with perhaps the most impressive contributions to date, presenting a neat slant on styles that fully represents the sonic ethos of the affiliated club night in Paris overseen by Monsieur Striker. It's always a pleasure to see a new original production from Walter Jones, and his contribution here proves to be the New Orleans based producer at his best. Staying true to its title, "Seven Minutes Of Disco" is a glorious excursion through the finer points of contemporary disco production, all glistening synth lines, heavy usage of cowbell, a thick groove of expertly layered drums and low bass all topped off with infectious organ noodlings. The latest offering from Italian duo The Love Supreme which follows proves to be just as impressive, though inherently much more unhinged rhythmically. "Barbatrick" is characterised by shuffling live drums and a disjointed groove concocted of ascendant synth nudges, delightfully dirty smudged bass and typically schizophrenic arpeggiated stabs. On the flip, "Lost In Space" sees veteran Danish producer Peter Visti deliver a slice of shuffling modern uptempo Balearica that bristles with undercurrents of outer galactic sonics worthy of its title. It is however somewhat overshadowed by the final track here from the Ukraine's biggest Legowelt fan, Renkas. "Where Is The Ocean" is a hauntingly oddball melding of the vintage Dutch electro pioneered by the likes of the aforementioned Danny Wolfers, and the rough synth dramatics of mainland European Cold Wave.
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out of stock $7.26
Cat: CCC 512. Rel: 04 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Track 6
  2. Track 6 (Simoncino Dance Warrior mix)
  3. A New Era (Dangerous Mind mix)
  4. Bass-Drum Patterns
  5. Cassini Huygens
out of stock $8.30
Cat: CCC 501. Rel: 24 Sep 07
  1. Mirage - "Woman" (Cosmic Club Mastercuts)
  2. Punkin Machine - "Stand Me Up" (Cosmic Club Mastercuts)
  3. Mirage - "Woman" (vocal)
  4. Mirage - "Woman" (instrumental slow)
Review: The lost Cosmic classic from Mirage - "Woman" - is a pure cosmic Italo-disco gem. On the flipside is another rare gem from the US leftfield disco scene. Nice!
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out of stock $8.30
Cat: CCC 519. Rel: 21 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. Brimstone Horrors (4:41)
  2. Tackle Zone (4:21)
  3. Feat Of Iron (5:13)
  4. Galaxy Trucker (5:46)
  5. Lord Of Change (5:33)
  6. Nurglings (3:57)
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 in stock $7.21
Cat: CCC 517. Rel: 20 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Memories Of Burma (5:19)
  2. Baronrevxp (5:52)
  3. Agape (6:51)
  4. Stealth Predator (6:26)
out of stock $8.83
Cat: CCC 511. Rel: 20 Sep 11
  1. All I Need
  2. Night Vision
  3. I Beg You
Review: Thankfully the only questionable aspect of the 11th release from Skylax's Cosmic Club series is the name Rimshooters. See past that and this EP contains some supreme body music fit for full flex in the discotheque, which is what you'd expect when the ever excellent Massimiliano Pagliara is involved. Fresh from an excellent album for Live At Bob Johnson's, the Berlin residing Italian teams up with Brazilian neighbour Rotciv, and the duo set their stall out with the brash "All I Need". Containing all the elements required for a modern day jacker - big drums, gloopy bass hits, squiggling acid lines, yelping diva vocal hooks and emotive flourishes, the track glides across the A Side with aplomb. Flip over and "Night Vision" is the duo on rowdier form, building the tension with a taut warehouse groove before dropping in some sampled vibes and energising rhythms, whilst "I Beg You" focuses on the acid drum machine drama.
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out of stock $9.34
Cat: CCC 515. Rel: 12 May 15
Deep House
  1. What It Is (6:55)
  2. 88 Cents (7:43)
  3. Remember (7:27)
  4. Thunder (6:53)
Played by: Sean Dixon, Snuffo, MANIK
out of stock $8.05
Countdown (12")
Cat: CCC 518. Rel: 20 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Countdown (6:42)
  2. Getaway (6:21)
  3. Ego (6:52)
  4. Everything Will Be Ok (7:35)
out of stock $9.34
Cat: CCC 503. Rel: 22 Apr 08
  1. Video Club - "Lost Time" (Cosmic Club Mastercuts)
  2. Automat - "Droid" (original from 1978)
  3. Video Club - "Lost Time" (Time Of Peace instrumental dub 1983)
  4. Decadence - "On & On" (dub version 1983)
out of stock $8.30
Etoiles (12")
Cat: CCC 516. Rel: 24 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Etoile (vocal) (5:55)
  2. Etoile (instrumental) (4:44)
  3. Etoile (Urban mix) (4:42)
  4. El Fin Esta Cerca Vers La Lumiere (In The Presence Of Chez Damier) (10:10)
Played by: Private Panther
out of stock $8.05


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