Duck Sauce – Quack - 2014 Modern Disco Electronic EDM - Orange Vinyl - Sealed 180 Grm 2LP

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Duck Sauce – Quack
Label: Fool's Gold Records – FGRLP010
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Orange, 180 gram
Gatefold sleeve
Barcode (Text): 075597955255
Country: US
Released: 2014
Genre: Electronic
Style: Disco, House
A1 Chariots Of The Gods
Co-producer – Dave 1
Featuring – Rockets
A2 Charlie Chazz & Rappin Ralph
Horns – Count Saint-Germain
Vocals – Charlie Chazz, Rappin Ralph
A3 It's You
B1 Goody Two Shoes
B2 Radio Stereo
B3 Anyway
Co-producer – Dave 1
Lead Guitar – Melchizedek
C2 Everyone
Co-producer – Dave 1
Featuring, Vocals – Teddy Toothpick
C3 Ring Me
Keyboards [Additional] – Vaughn Oliver
Piano – Madame Blavatsky
D1 Barbra Streisand
Guitar – David Wilcock
Talkbox – P-Thugg
Vocals [Additional] – Ezra Koenig, Gayle Robbins
D2 Spandex
D3 Time Waits For No-One
Producer, Performer – Duck Sauce
"While introducing Duck Sauce's loopy entry in BBC's Essential Mix series, Armand Van Helden described the originals-heavy portion of the two-hour mix as "songs we tried shopping to George Michael, Celine Dion, Billy Joel, and were all declined"; loaded with stoner-friendly sampledelia, the end result resembled something the Avalanches would've whipped up if they binged on breakfast burritos and after-hours basic cable.
"There’s nothing serious about Duck Sauce—nothing," said A-Trak (real name Alain Macklovitch) when I interviewed him and Van Helden earlier this year. The project has indeed come across as a lackadaisical concern for the two veteran producers, releasing roughly a single a year over the past six years and devoting the rest of their shared effort to crowd-pleasing live performances on the festival circuit. The pair liken their biggest hit to date, the giddily repetitive "Barbra Streisand", to the Champs' "Tequila Song"—"Just a riff and a word"—and to this point Duck Sauce have come across as a novelty concern, a singles project that excels at penetrating the zeitgeist.
Which is fine; dance music thrives as a singles-focused culture, and even with the current micro-boom in artist-focused albums as a byproduct of the EDM money pit, smart money was not on the guys with the inflatable duck releasing a satisfying full-length. So the punchline to Duck Sauce's greatest prank yet is that they've gone ahead and done exactly that. Quack, Duck Sauce's proper debut, is reverential to the music of A-Trak and Van Helden's past—disco's ecstatic glide, house music's hedonistic heartbeat, the good-natured irreverence of classic hip-hop—while sounding totally refreshing amongst its contemporaries. The closest thing here to what some would refer to as "EDM" is the squeaky Dutch house of "It's You", which rests its central melody on, of all things, a sped-up sample of a goddamn doo-wop song." ( pitchfork)
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Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Fool's Gold Records
Color Red, Yellow