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Performer: Justice
Genre: Electronic / Pop
Title: Audio, Video, Disco
Country: France
Released: 2011
Style: Electro, Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1513 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1140 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1525 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 730
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is the second studio album by the French electronic music duo Justice, released on 24 October 2011 by Ed Banger Records, Because Music and Elektra Records. Justice member Xavier de Rosnay has said of Audio, Video, Disco's musical style: "We wanted to create something very laid back and a bit countryside-ish. You know, daytime music. What we wanted to do was keep the beats, but make it more soft.

Audio, Video, Disco" is a song by French duo Justice. It is the title track and second single from their second studio album Audio, Video, Disco. The band stated that the album is not named after the song, instead the song is named after the album. The music video for "Audio, Video, Disco" was directed by So Me and released on 5 September 2011. Digital download EP. "Audio, Video, Disco. Para One Remix) – 6:16.

Audio, Video, Disco is the second studio album by French electronic music duo Justice. It was released on 24 October 2011 through Ed Banger Records. According to Xavier de Rosnay of Justice, Audio, Video, Disco is lighter than their first album; this album is like daytime music and is not as aggressive as the first one. The album also features more collaborations than on †. Singles. The album’s first single, Civilization, was released digitally on 28 March 2011.

Let's get something out of the way: prog. As in, it's impossible to discuss Justice's sophomore album, Audio, Video, Disco without noting just how thoroughly the Parisian duo has adopted the brash sounds of late-1970s progressive rock.

référencement Audio, Video, Disco. 2xLP, Album + CD, Album + Ltd, BEC5161064. So sad because I love this album. Daft Punk hinted those homages with the Supertramp keyboards in "Discovery", but here Justices embrace the sound, unashamedly, with no complexes, and recover the melodrama that was most feared in albums from Journey, Jefferson Starplane or Toto.

In their first half-decade of existence, the great paradox of the French duo known as Justice is that they have always been familiar, and yet you can’t quite pin them down. No one could advocate for their debut full-length without mentioning Daft Punk, but the unique Justice voice was there in the mix too, becoming more obvious with each return visit. Four years later, its follow-up comes with the same appeal as prog rock, pop-metal, and that big drum thunk of the ‘80s, which are all touchstones for the overall sound

Album · 2011 · 14 Songs. 14 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes. Released: 24 Oct 2011. 2011 Ed Banger Records under exclusive license to Because Music. See All. Woman Worldwide.

With Justice?™s first album this was always a little loose, at least musically speaking, having their own unique sound, a sort of heavy metal house in amongst the electro, funk and progressive house leanings. However, with the evolution of sound from their debut to this, the sequel, Audio, Video, Disco, the duo have definitely taken a direction to the Daft, particularly Discovery era, showing in fact a similar evolution to Daft Punk from Homework to Discovery. Now that the inevitable (and perhaps lazy, yes, I know) comparison is out of the way let?™s focus on the album itself.

Audio, Video, Disco – Justice. By Chris King -. 09/11/2011. On first listen, the album is a somewhat disappointing endeavour. Whereas the discord of Cross was endearing, and set Justice apart from their competitors in the world of electronic music, Audio, Video, Disco is just a little bit annoying. Second albums are always difficult, but there isn’t much to shout about, and certainly no single with the potential of the enduringly popular . Opening track Horsepower lacks the panache of Genesis, its predecessor on Cross, and the album in general feels lighter, a fact admitted by half of the Justice duo, Xavier De Rosnay

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1 Audio, Video, Disco (Radio Edit) 3:44
2 Audio, Video, Disco (Single Edit) 4:53
3 Audio, Video, Disco (Para One Edit)
Remix – Para One
4 Audio, Video, Disco (Mickey Moonlight Edit)
Remix – Mickey Moonlight


  • Written-By – G. Augé*, X. de Rosnay*


Comes in a Plastic Sleeve

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ED052, BEC5161059 Justice Audio, Video, Disco ‎(12") Ed Banger Records, Because Music ED052, BEC5161059 France 2011
none Justice Audio, Video, Disco ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Warner Music Benelux none Netherlands 2011
none Justice Audio, Video, Disco. ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Ed Banger Records none Japan 2011
ED052, BECAUSE 0466 Justice Audio, Video, Disco ‎(CDr, Promo) Ed Banger Records, Because Music ED052, BECAUSE 0466 France 2011
none Justice Audio, Video, Disco. ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Ed Banger Records, Because Music none France 2011


1 Horsepower
2 Civilization
3 Ohio
4 Canon (Primo)
5 Canon
6 On'n'On
7 Brianvision
8 Parade
9 New Lands
10 Helix
11 Audio, Video, Disco.

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ed Banger Records
  • Copyright (c) – Ed Banger Records


Issued in plastic sleeve with folded promo sheet.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
25646640324 Justice Audio, Video, Disco. ‎(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music 25646640324 France 2011
528522-2 Justice Audio, Video, Disco. ‎(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music, Elektra 528522-2 US 2011
4670001542920 Justice Audio, Video, Disco ‎(CD, Album) Никитин 4670001542920 Russia 2011
none Justice Audio, Video, Disco. ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album) Ed Banger Records none France 2011
BEC5161064 Justice Audio, Video, Disco. ‎(2xLP, Album + CD, Album + Ltd) Ed Banger Records, Because Music BEC5161064 France 2011