Slam – Eterna (1991)

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Slam’s ‘Eterna’ was released on Soma Quality Recordings in 1991. This was “progressive house” a year before Gat Decor’s ‘Passion’ would be deemed to get the ball rolling. A classic start for the forward-thinking Scottish label that would hit the big time five/six years later. In 1993, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo presented a demo of their own work to Slam’s Stuart Macmillan at a EuroDisney rave. Two years later, the two of them would record ‘Da Funk’ on the Soma label. Daft Punk had arrived.

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3 thoughts on “Slam – Eterna (1991)

  1. […] Modjo, Roger Sanchez and Daft Punk refined the perfect filter sound. In fact, the Daft Punk’s Bangalter was part of the Stardust project which helped establish this hybrid of dance music. Using a […]

  2. DJ PJ says:

    Fab-U-Luss dahling

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