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01
Till Krüger Last Track
13 :20
02
Nhar Bluedrop
09 :09
03
Soukie & Windish Flott
10 :24
04
Constantijn Lange Morning Dew
07 :33
05
Pazul Soundgarden
06 :51
06 06 :12
07
Till Krüger Deciduous
08 :45
08
Nhar Motionless
08 :20
09
Nhar Betrayer
08 :24
ARTIST
TITLE
The Best Of 200 Records 2011
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
200 002CD 200 002CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
3/13/2012

200 Records has selected the best tracks from its seven releases in 2011. Featuring Till Krüger, Nhar, Soukie & Windish, Constantijn Lange, Pazul and Alex Q. As if the 200 Records owners Dirk Middeldorf and Kai Sasse had planned this from the beginning, this year's compilation flows delicately, similar to a well-balanced DJ set. It opens with the first release of the year; Till Krüger's "Last Track," the deep production that laid the foundation not only for this compilation, but also for the other releases that graced the label throughout 2011. French producer Nhar joined 200 with two EPs in 2011 and did an unforgettable performance at 200 Club celebrating the release of "Bluedrop," the second track on this compilation, followed by Soukie & Windish, who returned to 200 in 2011 with their second EP Duster/Flott. "Flott" brings back warm memories of summer, and works as a smooth transition into Constantijn Lange's slightly more uptempo release of "Morning Dew." Pazul also made his 200 Records debut with "Soundgarden," which included a stunning remix from Alex Q. The original version maintains the lightheartedness of the first half of this compilation. The remix transitions into the second half with something more befitting a dark nightclub as opposed to a summery outdoor event. Till Krüger's "Deciduous" comes next; with a colossal kick drum, lengthy pads, and hypnotizing melodies, Krüger sets things up for Nhar with two of the label's biggest tracks of the year. The Motionless/Betrayer EP not only concludes the compilation, but also finishes up the year of releases for 200 Records. Includes a download code to get a free 200 best-of mega mix by Till Krüger.