Troublemakers (French band)

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Troublemakers, is an electronic music band from Marseille. It was formed by Fred Berthet, Lionel Corsini (DJ Oil), and Arnaud Taillefer.




  1. "Street Preacher"
  2. "Too Old To Die"
  3. "Noces Africaines"
  4. "Awake"
  5. "Get Misunderstood"
  6. "Electrorloge"
  7. "Fatigue Universelle"
  8. "Chez Roger Boite Funk"
  9. "Hum Hum"
  10. "Groover Is Back"
  11. "Black City"
  12. "Afghan" - bonus track, not included on US edition
  13. "Too Old To Die" (remix by Geisha) - bonus track, not included on US edition

DJ mix albums

  1. Yusef Lateef - "Passacaglia"
  2. Arnaud Taillefer - "Tension"
  3. Eddie Kendricks - "My People... Hold On"
  4. François de Roubaix - "La fête des deux avions"
  5. K-Hand - "Roots"
  6. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - "Ain't no sunshine"
  7. The Isolationist (DJ Vadim) - "Sensory Deprivation"
  8. Nina Simone - "See-line woman"
  9. Paul Hunter - "Reflection"
  10. Donald Byrd - "Wilford's gone"
  11. Yesterday's New Quintet (Madlib) - "Hot Water"
  12. The Last Poets - "The courtroom / album at last"
  13. L.B. Thomas - "Red Wine"
  14. Jonzun Crew - "Pack Jam remix"
  15. Funki Porcini - "The big sea"

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