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Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

Cassius 1999

A Cassius 99 (Remix / Long Version) (9:05)
AA Cassius 1999 (DJ Tool Version) (8:25)


Cat No: DINST 177
Released: 1999
Out Of Stock

Richard Les Crees

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

La La La

A1 La La La (Vocal Mix)
A2 La La La (Instrumental)
B La La La (JT Donaldson's Freakie Tweakie Freemix)


Cat No: Di1778
Released: 2000



Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

In The Park (Club Versions)

A1 In The Club
A2 In The Park (Album Version)
B1 In The Park (Crusz Remix)
B2 In The Park (Ari Remix)


Cat No: ST 040
Released: 2003


Ski Oakenfull

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

Where Did The Love Go? 1/2

A1 Where Did The Love Go? (EDP Down To The Disco Mix)
B1 Where Did The Love Go? (LP Version Part II Dub)
B2 Where Did The Love Go? (Spirits High Full Length Mix Edit}


Cat No: NGASKI 121
Released: 2000


Daft Punk

Format: Vinyl Double Album
Genre: French House


A1 One More Time
A2 Aerodynamic
A3 Digital Love
B1 Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
B2 Crescendolls
B3 Nightvision
B4 Superheroes
C1 High Life
C2 Something About Us
C3 Voyager
C4 Veridis Quo
D1 Short Circut
D2 Face To Face
D3 Too Long

new sealed


Cat No: 7243 8496061 2
Released: 2014


Daft Punk

Format: Vinyl Double Album
Genre: French House


A1 Daftendirekt (2:44)
A2 WDPK 83.7 FM (0:28)
A3 Revolution 909 (5:26)
A4 Da Funk (5:28)
A5 Phœnix (4:55)
B6 Fresh (4:03)
B7 Around The World (7:07)
B8 Rollin' & Scratchin' (7:26)
C9 Teachers (2:52)
C10 High Fidelity (6:00)
C11 Rock'n Roll (7:32)
C12 Oh Yeah (2:00)
D13 Burnin' (6:53)
D14 Indo Silver Club (4:32)
D15 Alive (5:15)
D16 Funk Ad (0:50)


Cat No: V 2821
Released: 2012



Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

Music Sounds Better With You

A Music Sounds Better With You (6:50)


Cat No: Roulé 305
Released: 1998
Out Of Stock


Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

Goth Bless The Funk

A Goth Bless The Funk (6:45)
B1 Goth Bless The Funk (PGD Planet Get Down Remix) (6:43)
B2 Goth Bless The Funk (Aleph Remix)

EMI Music (France)

Cat No: EMPF 99010
Released: 1999



Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

Miss You

A Miss You
B Miss You


Cat No: NV 4336-2
Released: 2002



Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House


A Melodrame (10:37)
B1 Time To... Love (8:35)
B2 Suck In Vain (6:40)


Cat No: E002
Released: 1997


Cosmo Vitelli

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

Party Day

A1 Party Day (Radio Edit) (3:22)
A2 Party Day (David Caretta Remix) (5:53)
B1 Party Day (Akufen Honey Moon Remix) (6:15)
B2 Come On Generation Clone (4:52)

Disques Solid

Cat No: SLD 048 EP



Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House


A Soldiers
B1 Soldiers (Tool 1)
B2 Soldiers (Tool 2)

Yellow Productions

Cat No: YP 137
Released: 2002



Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

Sweet Music

A Sweet Music (Extended Vocal Mix) (7:53)
B Sweet Music (Club Mix) (7:53)

Hot Tracks (Sony Music France)

Cat No: SHT S0059-6
Released: 2001


Southwest Six

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House


A1 Mirrorcheck! (Wiseass Cool Club Mix) (7:32)
A2 Mirrorcheck! (Bulletproofs Big Disco Mix) (5:50)
B1 Mirrorcheck! (Pete Doyles Slave To The Rhythm Mix) (6:42)
B2 Mirrorcheck! (Choppers Gone Mad Mix) (6:42)

Hot Tracks (Sony Music France)

Cat No: SHT 3457-6
Released: 1999



Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: French House

Aline In Wonderland

A1 Save Me (6:27)
A2 Holdin' On (5:40)
A3 The Deal (Aline Mix) (5:14)
B1 I Wanna See You Come Down (6:31)
B2 The Holy Ghost (5:49)
B3 Run The Track (5:46)


Cat No: SMA 491870-1
Released: 1998


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Information on the French House genre

French house is a catch-all term for house music by many French artists, a popular strand of the late 1990s and 2000s European dance music scene and a form of Euro disco. The genre has also been referred to as "neu-disco" (new disco) "French touch", "filter house" and "tekfunk" over the years. The defining characteristics of the sound are heavy reliance on cut-off and phaser effects both on and alongside samples of late 1970s and early 1980s American or European disco tracks. Celebrated and successful purveyors of this music include Daft Punk, Cassius and Etienne de Crécy. Most tracks in this vein feature steady 4/4 beats with a tempo range of 110-130 beats per minute.

French house is greatly influenced by the lineage of American dance music from the emergence of disco onwards, maintaining a distinct connection to Euro disco and the short lived space disco music style. Space disco was very popular in France, with artists like Cerrone, Space and Sheila B. Devotion during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Additional influences came from P-Funk, especially the George Clinton and Bootsy Collins hits of that era. Due to originating from the same foreign market, P-Funk was played alongside disco in many French discothèques, especially after the Disco Demolition Night took place in the United States. The Jacking aspect of Chicago house was also picked up on as a theme to incorporate (with "jack house" becoming a short-lived descriptive term for the sound in the UK).

Thomas Bangalter's tracks for his Roulé label may be considered the earliest examples of an attempt to establish a distinctive style of house music produced in France. His solo material, along with his work as a member of Daft Punk and Stardust, significantly impacted the French house scene during the mid-to-late nineties. Duo Motorbass (aka Philippe Zdar, later of Cassius, and Étienne de Crécy) were also among the first in France to produce house tracks which were largely based around samples and filtered loops - in turn inspired by emerging American house producers such as DJ Sneak, Green Velvet and Roger Sanchez and their penchant for producing sample-led monotonous house tracks with deep funky grooves. Parisian producer St. Germain produced house tracks with a similarly monotonous style at the time but these were more directly influenced by Jazz as opposed to the brasher vocal disco records appropriated, while other known French DJ-turned-producers at the time such as François Kevorkian and Laurent Garnier remained relatively distant from the emerging French house label.

The first French house experiments were warmly received by the UK dance music press and European DJ's in the mid-'90s but major commercial success did not occur until 1997. Daft Punk, Cassius and later Stardust were the first internationally successful artists of the genre. Along with Air these acts were signed to Virgin Records and benefited from distinctive music videos directed by the likes of Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry and Alex & Martin. Due to a reasonable amount of buzz generated from the huge clubbing scene and major record company support, Daft Punk's debut album Homework entered the top ten of the UK album charts on release and they effectively became the biggest-selling French act in the UK since Jean-Michel Jarre. The emergence of the French sound was well-timed as dance music's popularity in the influential UK market was peaking commercially with electronica.

Further international commercial success continued into 2000 with Bob Sinclar, Etienne de Crécy, Benjamin Diamond and Modjo achieving hit singles around Europe.