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Ian Pooley - Chord Memory album download
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    Chord Memory
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    Techno
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    1917 megabytes
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    1948 megabytes
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Chord Memory' received a bunch of remix treatments but I would easily pass them. Well, the Daft Punk remix is very common and not that bad but the original version is the one you need to hear and own. Oh, Mr. Pooley, I guess that the issue is that this is what I want you to be remembered for. But I just hope they are plenty of people why feel the same way. Reply See 1 reply Notify me 4 Helpful.

Chord Memory (Remixes) (1996). Chord Memory (Daft Punk Mix). Freedom (On and on Strong Vocal Mix) by Black Magic (1996). is a remix of. Chord Memory by Ian Pooley (1996). Chord Memory (Mark Bell Mix 1). Chord Memory (Richard Benson Mix). Chord Memory (Mark Bell Mix 2).

Rock the Discotheque, huh Rock the Discotheque, huh Rock the Discotheque, huh Rock the Disco Rock the Disco Stay tuned on WDPK 8. The sound of tomorrow, the music of today You are just listening to a song coming out on Force Inc. Records in Germany, it’s the Daft Punk mix of Ian Pooley’s Chord Memory! Chord Memory J’adore Jungle Jungle House, now let us all walk in the rhythm nice. Переведено с помощью Яндекс. Встречается в альбомах. Musique Vol 1. Daft Punk.

Ian Pooley - Ian Pooley ''Chord Memory'' (Daft Punk Remix). Ian Pooley ''Chord Memory''. Download MP3. Ian Pooley.

Album Musique Vol. 1 1993–2005. Chord Memory (Daft Punk Remix) Lyrics. Rock the Discotheque, huh Rock the Discotheque, huh Rock the Discotheque, huh Rock the Disco. Stay tuned on WDPK 8. "The sound of tomorrow, the music of today" You are just listening to a song coming out on Force Inc. Records in Germany, it's the Daft Punk mix of Ian Pooley's Chord Memory! Chord Memory. J'adore Jungle Jungle House, now let us all walk in the rhythm nice.

Ian Pooley - Chord Memory 2014. Ian Pooley - Chord Memory. Ian Pooley - Chord Memory (Remastered). Лучшие песни Ian Pooley. 3. Compurhythm (Baikal Remix). 4. Kids Play (Stimming Remix).

Ian Pooley stormed the techno scene back in 1996 when his classic Chord Memory was first released on Force Inc. This powerful number left both Joris Voorn and Edwin Oosterwal awe inspired and they are proud to finally re-release it on their label Rejected. For this release Ian has created a stellar new mix alongside the re-mastered original. Renowned producer Reggy Van Oers' remix goes even further in this dynamic advance. A classic, revamped tune that will send every fist to the air, this EP package demands attention.

Tracklist

A Chord Memory
B1 Distance
B2 Codes

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Force Inc. Music Works

Notes

Also released as limited Picture Disc!

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out): FIM 103 A²
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out): FIM 103 B²
  • Barcode (Label): 4 014235 208212

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FIM 103 Ian Pooley Chord Memory ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Force Inc. Music Works FIM 103 Germany 1996
FIM 103 Ian Pooley Chord Memory ‎(12", Pic) Force Inc. Music Works FIM 103 Germany 1996
FIM 107 CD Ian Pooley Chord Memory ‎(CD, Maxi) Force Inc. Music Works FIM 107 CD Germany 1996
FIM 107 Ian Pooley Chord Memory (Remixes) ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Force Inc. Music Works FIM 107 Germany 1996
FIM 107 Ian Pooley Chord Memory (Remixes) ‎(12") Force Inc. Music Works FIM 107 Germany 1996



Thundershaper
The Daft Punk remix does the job. All tracks are good, no question, but the Daft Punk track ist what you expect from those french geniuses and you won't be disappointed.
xander
Mr. Pooley, what happened? You made outstanding techno and underground house in the mid-nineties and then decided get into, I don't know, cheesy wine bar slash Ibiza house? Oh, I just wonder what other gems could have been produced if you had decided to stay true to your roots. Now, I don't want to be rude. And maybe I'm just frustrated because this record, Mr. Pooley, is a classic. This isn't really those records that everyone lists when they are asked to rank best techno records of all time. No, but you still hear this played every once in a while in various places. And most importantly, this is a record that every techno enthusiast or purist knows. The stand out tune is 'Chord Memory', of course. Oh Lord oh mighty the chords, with delay, with echo. And the rockin' the discotheque sample and the restless rhythm. I've heard this as a last tune of a DJ set a few times and it's just perfect for that but I actually prefer this for its merits. Listen to this from the first second to the last one. What I love about this record is that the B-side is really great. Not just some ten-minute crappy remix of the A-side. Both 'Distance' and 'Codes' are very much worth listening to. Surely over shadowed by the magnificent 'Chord Memory' but they are A-class tech-house, light techno tunes. 'Chord Memory' received a bunch of remix treatments but I would easily pass them. Well, the Daft Punk remix is very common and not that bad but the original version is the one you need to hear and own. Oh, Mr. Pooley, I guess that the issue is that this is what I want you to be remembered for. But I just hope they are plenty of people why feel the same way.
EROROHALO
I hate to say i,t because everyone has a right to create whatever music they want, but I am in total agreement. Most artists find a commercial success means they can afford to explore more radical or underground music, however, Pooley seems to have worked the other way round. I got as far as Meridian, which is still a great piece of Deep House work, then unfortunately went to a DJ set in Bristol at Lakota, where I could have been in a wine bar as far as the music went. It is crazy really when you look how other artists, from Richie Hawtin to Carl Cox, Underworld to Orbital have made successful careers doing what they do best.
Alsath
This actually samples Petra and Co "Just Let Go", with the sample of the bass filtered and delayed, and placed off the beat.
Golden freddi
Brilliant record. The sound of "then" was far superior to the sound of now. Techno had a beating heart and exciting soul when tracks like this where being produced. Massively recommended to anyone who is into the likes of Dave Clarke/Dave Angel/Funk D'void/Vince Watson. All the mixes available are good too, the original is obviously fantastic, but for me it's the remix on the B-side that does the job, staggered, chopped up chords present from the original with a relentless pounding drum line works wonders on any club system and is guaranteed to notch the atmosphere up a level.
Pameala
When this first came out, it was first described as "Dave Clarke on Codine". It's an interesting analogy to the similar drum sounds used on "Codes" and Dave Clarke's "Storm" from the Red 3 ep. But that's where the comparison ends. In my opinion, this record lived up to the expectations that were on Mr. Pooley after his legendary "Celtic Cross" ep. Was it as good as, or better than Celtic Cross?, that's a matter of opinion because Chord Memory and Celtic Cross had a different kind of vibe. But at the very least, Pooley created a killer record without borrowing from the same formula used to make Celtic Cross. And that I think is one of the strengths of this record.