Audio Sushi track of the day: Buchanan & Goodman - The Flying Saucer (Parts 1 & 2) as featured on: http://skrufff.com @jontyskrufff

by The Editor


Jeffrey Disastronaut (click on the picture for the top 50 results)

 

Jeffrey Disastronaut

1: Buchanan & Goodman – “The Flying Saucer (Parts 1 & 2)”

2: Manuel Göttsching – “E2-E4″

3: Laurie Anderson “O Superman”

4: Augustus Pablo “King Tubby Meets the Rockers Uptown”

5: Throbbing Gristle – “Hot on the Heels of Love / Dead on Arrival”

6: Negativeland  – U2 / The Beatles- Tomorrow Never Knows

7: Big Apple Productions Vol. 3 – Genius At Work

8: Pierre Schaeffer – “etude aux chemins de fer” / Kraftwerk – “Numbers”

9: Gloria Gaynor   “Never Can Say Goodbye LP [and continuous mix by

Tom Moulton]“

10: Jean Michel Jarre  “Moon Machine”

and thousands more…

 

Skrufff: Why did you select your number 1 choice?

Jeffrey Disastronaut: “My Brother [Greg Radiojack, China] and I played this so much as little children – it was what’s called a “drop out” record – and early cut up. And we played it so much that the vinyl wore through. We were obsessed by the sounds, the cuts and the hundreds of edits. and its hilarious.”

Skrufff: Which track turned you personally onto clubbing/ dance music the most?

Jeffrey Disastronaut: “I guess it was Martin Hannett’s productions mainly on Joy Division and New Order though I always did the DJing second, to my bands and live acts. Blue Monday made me realise- even in 1983 – that I could do this for the rest of my life.”

Skrufff: Which tracks had the greatest influence without crossing over to the mainstream?

Jeffrey Disastronaut: “Manuel Göttsching – E2-E4 – probably? Almost unknown.”

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or DJs’ comments on why they picked what they picked, click HERE

1; New Order: Blue Monday

2: Donna Summer – I Feel Love

3: Afrika BamBaataa & The Soulsonic Force  – Planet Rock

4: DJ Pierre & Phuture: Acid Tracks

5: Lil Louis – French Kiss

6: Hardfloor  – Acperience

7: Marshall Jefferson – Move Your Body

8: Underworld- Born Slippy

9: Kraftwerk – Numbers

10: Kraftwerk- Trans Europe Express

 

I Feel Love (Skrufff's Number 2 'Most Influential Dance Tracks Ever')

11: Plastikman-Spastik

12: Dave Clarke – Red 2

13: Augustus Pablo – King Tubby Meets the Rockers Uptown

14: Joey Beltram – Energy Flash

15: KLF – What Time Is Love

16: LFO: LFO

17: Massive Attack -Unfinished Sympathy

18: Rhythm Is Rhythm (Derrick May) – Strings Of Life

19: A Guy Called Gerald – Voodoo Ray

20: Aphex Twin – Window Licker