Audio sushi tracks of the day My Top 13 Most Influential Dance Tracks Ever by @diastronaut

by The Editor


My Top 13 Most Influential Dance Tracks Ever:
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"


Buchanan & Goodman - "The Flying Saucer (Parts 1 & 2)"

: Why did you select your number 1 choice?
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...

: which track turned you personally onto clubbing/ dance music the most?
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...

: which tracks had the greatest influence without crossing over to the
mainstream?
Manuel Göttsching - E2-E4 - probably? almost unknown.

: can you let me know what site you'd like me link to alongside your
name (soundcloud, Twitter, Facebook etc)----=---------
www.twitter.com/disastronaut is fine.