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Roger Sanchez - First Contact (2001) Retail CD
Roger's been listening to a lot of Kraftwerk and Daft Punk lately, soaking up old German references alongside the French formula for commercial success with First Contact. "Computabank" takes us right back to the days of electro when Roger S (as he's billed Stateside) was a graffiti artist, breakdancer and architecture student. The 30-something New York producer has been slow coming round to making music. Despite being on the scene as a high profile DJ and remixer for some 15 years this is his first pure solo album. There have been singles (such as the amazing "Luv Dancin" on Strictly Rhythm tomore… the frankly disappointing cover of Chic's "I Want Your Love" on Perpetual Records) but this time the S Man has hit all the right notes, albeit with a nose for the mainstream. This album has already given him a surprise UK No. 1 hit with the disco funk of "Another Chance" and there's perhaps a couple more top 10s in here, particularly the classic US garage sound of "You Can't Change Me", a cut well within the range of Arman Van Helden's and Masters At Work's best outings. He only really slips up on the cheesy "The Partee" where he tries to be too Latin for his own good, chasing that impossible Basement Jaxx/Ricky Martin crossover audience. A regular on the UK super-club scene and the Mediterranean isles, Sanchez should now be a permanent fixture in the charts. --Jake Barnes
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