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Who Did What?11th Feb 2009, 20:34 #1
We all know either GuyMan or TBang made DP's tracks. They also did some solo work (LKC with Rico and Roule for Thomas).
What would be cool to know is who was the main contributor for the songs?
I think it's pretty obvious that GM was responsible for Around The World. I also have a bit of a suspicion that TBang was responsible for Oh Yeah!
YOUR THOUGHTS AND/OR OPINIONS?
11th Feb 2009, 21:54 #2
I'd bet Guy-Man did most of Around the World. Just listen to Holiday On Ice by Le Knight Club. Thomas probably did most of the work on Da Funk. Check out On Da Rox by Thomas.
11th Feb 2009, 22:51 #3
i heard that guyman made the HBFS voice - soaround the world - hbfs
11th Feb 2009, 23:13 #4
I've always had this fascination to know who came up with the ideas for the songs. Like who played the synths, who sampled old school songs, etc. I don't know why, but I have always imagined Guy-Man creating the drum beats.
12th Feb 2009, 02:13 #7
Well, keep in mind, that was just on Waves, the Crydamoure mix album. The original tracks have no waves.
But I do give Guy credit for the Fresh waves.
12th Feb 2009, 16:16 #8
And I'd probably give GuyMan the sampling credit too, well, the obvious samples. But with the more complex samples I would credit to TBang :}
12th Feb 2009, 17:50 #9
I always thought that their roles well kinda kraftwerk-ish and settled, like Thomas is more of a composer and Guy-Man is the technician-producer. I know it's only my guess, but that reflects their roles in solo projects. Usually Thomas comes with some catchy tunes, while Guy-Man is producing other people stuff (like Tellier's Sexuality)
13th Feb 2009, 00:37 #10
the opening to lkc's "rhumba" is like the exact same opening to "fresh". eh, guymang? that ocean sound. it's late. i'm rambling. i have to get up at 6:30.
hah ive noticed guy's love for general ocean sounds... palm beat, anyone?
i think this has been said before, but just for repetition, i think a few of us agreed that guy-man did more of the 'synth-y, disco-ey, super repetitive' stuff, and thomas was a little more on the electro side.
(correct me if im wrong?)"I love the sound of my speakers dying for the sake of my music."