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French Connection - French Connection II

French Connection - French Connection II
Performer: French Connection
Title: French Connection II
Country: Germany
Genre: Electronic
Released: 1996
Catalog number: SS-21
Label: Super Special Corp.
MP3 album szie: 1546 mb
FLAC album size: 1448 mb


Written-By [Floped By] – DJ Guiz-Ohm, FC
2Bio Hazard
Written-By [Contaminated By] – FC, DJ Radium


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SS-21French Connection French Connection II ‎(12", TP)Super Special Corp.SS-21Germany1996
HHR 006French Connection French Connection II ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320)Haunted House RecordsHHR 006Netherlands2009


Track B samples voices from the movie Full Metal Jacket.

Short intro

French Connection II is a 1975 American action thriller film starring Gene Hackman and directed by John Frankenheimer. It is a fictional sequel to the initially true story of the 1971 Academy Award winning picture The French Connection. The film expands on the central character of Det. Jimmy Popeye Doyle who travels to Marseille, France where he is attempting to track down French drug-dealer Alain Charnier, who escaped at the end of the first film. Hackman won an Academy Award for Best Actor for the. Title: French Connection II 1975. New York narcotics detective Popeye Doyle follows the trail of the French connection smuggling ring to France where he teams up with the gendarmes to hunt down the ringleader. Written by Keith Loh loh. Plot Summary Plot Synopsis. Jimmy Popeye Doyle Gene Hackman is back after narrowly escaping the clutches of Alain Charnier in the first film, and Doyle's out for Connection II. French Connection II. Original 1975 film poster. Directed by. On release, French Connection II attracted positive reactions from the press and fared well at the box office. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film two and a half out of four stars and said that if Frankenheimer and his screenplay don't do justice to the character of Jimmy Popeye Doyle, they at least do justice to the genre, and this is better than most of the many cop movies that followed The French Connection. His French Connection theme, so cool & prevalent in the film, would be included on his 1972 Connection album and earn him a Grammy award. In addition to The French Connection, this FSM cd also contains Don's complete score for the 1975 John Frankenheimer sequel French Connection II, which includes 33 cues of his fine writing totaling 37 minutes. This, too, is a first time issue of this score. I kept wondering why French Connection II hadn't stayed on location in New York, where Popeye belonged, instead of going to Marseille, a place it's patently clear no sane superior would ever send him. October 23, 2004 Rating: 2. 54 Full Review Roger Ebert. Chicago Sun-Times. Top Critic. I believe that The French Connection II is all about the slow-burn chase. The French Connection II simply lacks the punch of the original. Instead of well-choreographed action scenes, what we get are overlong dramatic ones. By giving the Gene Hackman character more depth, the film makes its biggest mistake. The French Connection by GI X PatRice, released 10 January 2016 1. Intro Produced By GI 2. Finesse Produced by GI 3. Frizbees Feat Cal Produced by PatRice 4. YesterdayRick Moranis Feat DJ MoschopsProduced by GI 5. Contrebandiers Produced by GI & PatRice 6. Marks Produced by Danny Diggs 7. Relax Feat Danny Rhymes Produced by Irah Cane 8. Pawns Feat Fly Produced By PatRice 9. Creative Waves Produced by Gerryboy 10. High Fidelity Produced By GI 11. Richie Kay Hope the rest of the album is out as an early christmas present ha : Shout out to all the lads keep er lit Favorite track: Finesse Produced by GI. Niall Reilly. But in some kind of way the A track, which is an outstanding track, is outclassed by the B track. But is this true . Hello les westies Voici l'album complet du French Connection WCS 2020 Réalisé par notre photographe très talentueux et favori Eric Tumbao . album&album id 793713441122682. Eric Tumbao Pix Dance Events added 941 new photos to the album FRENCH CONNECTION 2020 - with Radisson Blu Hotel Toulouse Airport and 2 others. 2 March . French Connection II is the 1975 sequel to 1971's The French Connection. The film follows NYPD Detective Popeye Doyle Gene Hackman as he travels to Paris to track down the head of the infamous drug ring. Directed by John Frankenheimer, the film was a fictionalized continuation to the events of the first film. The following weapons were used in the film French Connection II
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"French Connection" the second edition is now a hardcore/darkcore classic. But in some kind of way the A track, which is an outstanding track, is outclassed by the B track. But is this true? I don't think so. On the A side we find "Biohazard" a superb example of real dark atmospheric hardcore. The track starts out with a creaking whistling sound, supported by a dry, pounding 909 bassdrum, off course. Dark high aching sounds create a scary feeling.In the break that follows, a dark growling, squeeking bass lead. I never thought sound could grind some stones. This track does. Now and then a broken beat to vary the track and a pfiaum sound continues while the 909 keeps hammering. The layering of the basslead and the high scary sound make it a biohazard. You want to run and hide. Brutal.
The B side is the famous one. "Bullshit". Put all your equipment in a blender add some samples from "Full Metal Jacket" and: "Bullshit". This hardcore maddness in its purest form. First a grinder sound supported by ,yes again, 909 claps (you gotta love those) and a 909. The first brake is the famous sample: "I'll give you three seconds, exactly three fucking seconds, to wipe that stupid looking grin of your face, or I'll tear out your eyeballs and skull fuck you". 1,2,3, Bullshit and then it goes. Completly 909 with a Juno bass pounding madness. After a second brake a sound that reminds me of their first record "French Connection I". Also the same use off filtering. At the end a complete bullshit story, the bullshit samples continuesly goes varied with a bullshit sample. This record is nice to play at a party, especially the beginning is really strong but I think the A track is stronger built. But everybody remembers the bullshit sample so this track got famous and not the stronger "Biohazard" which in my opinion has more feel to it. You don't agree. Bullshit!