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MPD011 - LE MYSTÉRIEUX EP - (REMBERT DE SMET & FERRE BAELEN)
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LE MYSTÉRIEUX EP
Label: MUSIQUE POUR LA DANSE
Catalog No.: MPD011
Genre: NEW BEAT, ACID HOUSE
Format: 12I
Release date: 09-04-2021
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Repress of this MPD classic! Musique Pour La Danse reissue two classic tunes by Ro Maron's alias Le Mystère with long-time collaborator Ferre Baelenas well as two tracks which were exclusive to his anthology and that have never been released elsewhere.
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TRACK LISTING

Classic Side (over)
A1. Le Mystère - OPUS 303
A2. Le Mystère - ON THE BEAT

Mysterious Side (here)
B1. Agaric - CUTE ACID
B2. Le Mystère - ON THE DUB

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In 2015, Musique Pour La Danse released an exhaustive anthology of Ro Maron’s late eighties and early nineties productions that gathered for the first time hard to find but seminal tracks from a variety of the producer’s many aliases such as Ro Maron, Agaric, Le Mystère and Zsa Zsa La Boum to name a few.

This compilation underlined how important this producer was not just for Belgian New Neat but for global dance music by and large. Today, in 2018, Ro Maron is sadly no longer with us, yet his legacy lives on through his records, and Musique Pour La Danse is thrilled to reissue on vinyl two classic tunes by his alias Le Mystère with long time collaborator Ferre Baelen as well as two tracks which were exclusive to his anthology and that have never been released elsewhere. The release comes with a drawing by Ro Maron himself, in typical Genth style (Rembert’s hometowm) as well as liner notes written by the one and only Geert Sermon from Brussels, the man behind The Sound Of Belgium, TSOB compilations and longlasting Doctor Vinyl record shop.

Re-mastered from original masters by Frederic Stader (former Dubplates and Mastering) at Music Matters Mastering and cut on lacquers by Emil Berliner (former Deutsche Grammophon), this would be a definitive edition.

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