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Techno - Released March 31, 1997 | F Communications

Distinctions Victoire de la musique - The Qobuz Ideal Discography
30 is a seemingly effortless blend of classic Chicago jacking house with minimalistic acid funk and the occasional detour into trip-hop and ambient house. Enhanced by Laurent Garnier's longtime DJ work, the superb mix and feel for what should come next inform production skills to an incredible degree. The single "Crispy Bacon" is one of the seminal moments in the history of acid, while "Sweet Mellow D" and the mid-tempo "For Max" provide other highlights. The superb jacking theme "The Hoe" and "Flashback" (dedicated to the recently deceased Armando) are two of the more overtly Chicago-inspired tracks, but 30 is a stunning album throughout. © John Bush /TiVo
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Electronic/Dance - Released April 1, 2012 | Ed Banger Records

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Electronic/Dance - Released June 5, 2020 | F Communications

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Electronic/Dance - Released April 24, 2020 | F Communications

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Electronic/Dance - Released March 24, 2014 | Musique Large

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Electronic/Dance - Released April 1, 1993 | Wagram Music

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Electronic/Dance - Released January 1, 2009 | [PIAS]

Incorporating drum'n'bass, techno, trip-hop, and deep house, Tales of a Kleptomaniac is the eclectic fifth studio album from influential French DJ/producer Laurent Garnier. Less techno-based than his previous output, the 2009 follow-up to Cloud Making Machine includes the single "Pay TV" and features contributions from Jamaican reggae artist Winston McAnuff, South African MC Tumi, and MicFlow. © Jon O'Brien /TiVo
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Electronic/Dance - Released February 3, 1997 | F Communications

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Techno - Released October 24, 1994 | F Communications

As a DJ and producer, Laurent Garnier has never attempted to disguise his endless love for classic Detroit techno and Chicago acid-house. On his first album, Garnier blatantly follows the blueprint laid by the music's pioneers, although he rarely lives up to the lofty expectations. It seems as though Garnier's technical skills did not match his musical aspirations. The cutting acid whip of "Astral Dreams" takes the minimal jack beat to the next level of aggression, but loses most of its funk in the process. "The Force," with it Darth Vader vocals, is "Garnier's" attempt to re-create Lil' Louis' dark masterpiece "Blackout," but comes off more joking rave than epic apocalypse. The hyper-speed "Geometric World" follows like an exploding hoover blitz, moving the record even closer to Belgium hardcore-rave and further from the original Midwest soul. Fortunately for Garnier, all can be forgiven by the fact that his later albums would reach, and in some ways surpass, the historical landmarks he continues to visit. Shot in the Dark is comforting proof that even the most astoundingly talent musicians need time to learn their craft. © Joshua Glazer /TiVo
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Electronic/Dance - Released June 28, 2010 | F Communications

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Techno - Released March 9, 2009 | F Communications

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Techno - Released December 9, 2007 | F Communications

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Techno - Released May 11, 2009 | F Communications

Incorporating drum'n'bass, techno, trip-hop, and deep house, Tales of a Kleptomaniac is the eclectic fifth studio album from influential French DJ/producer Laurent Garnier. Less techno-based than his previous output, the 2009 follow-up to Cloud Making Machine includes the single "Pay TV" and features contributions from Jamaican reggae artist Winston McAnuff, South African MC Tumi, and MicFlow. © Jon O'Brien /TiVo
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Techno - Released April 1, 2013 | Ed Banger Records

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Techno - Released June 23, 1997 | F Communications

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Electronic/Dance - Released November 1, 1993 | Wagram Music

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Techno - Released May 18, 2015 | PIAS America

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Electronic/Dance - Released January 1, 2009 | [PIAS]

Incorporating drum'n'bass, techno, trip-hop, and deep house, Tales of a Kleptomaniac is the eclectic fifth studio album from influential French DJ/producer Laurent Garnier. Less techno-based than his previous output, the 2009 follow-up to Cloud Making Machine includes the single "Pay TV" and features contributions from Jamaican reggae artist Winston McAnuff, South African MC Tumi, and MicFlow. © Jon O'Brien /TiVo
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Electronic/Dance - Released January 1, 1994 | F Communications

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Electronic/Dance - Released December 1, 1991 | Wagram Music