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(Artist Unknown) Demons + Girls
03 :56
02
Xenia Beliayeva Music
06 :38
03
Anthony Rother Adam & Eve
05 :17
04
Anthony Rother Moderntronic 3
06 :28
05
Frank Kusserow Human Being
05 :52
06
Gregor Tresher Doom
04 :54
07
Xenia Beliayeva Chocolate
06 :18
08
Anthony Rother Young
04 :46
09
Kiko 30.1
05 :14
10
Billy Nasty Iconic Warfare
06 :13
11
Gregor Tresher Heat
05 :14
12
Anthony Rother Synthetic
06 :25
13
Anthony Rother Space
06 :41
ARTIST
TITLE
We Are Punks 2
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
DTP 028CD DTP 028CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
1/22/2008

This is part two of the Datapunk label's We Are Punks CD compilation series. Given wings by the outstanding success of the first edition of the anthology as well as the Various Punks Volume A double EP, Anthony Rother and Matthias Gustke aka Ziel 100 once again select the best melodies from the successful label. With over 150 minutes playing time on two completely mixed CDs, the second chapter of We Are Punks is an intensive bridging of the past and future of a label which has defined the sound of modern clubs through a fertilization of techno and electro into a new hybrid. In addition to the compiled Datapunk club hits of the last few months (Anthony Rother's "Moderntronic 3" and "So Good," Billy Nasty's "Iconic Warfare" and/or "Electro Maloquerio," Umek's "Vandal Derivate" or Kiko's "30.1"), many of which appear on CD format for the first time, there are seven exclusive tracks which until now have not been released, which will appear on two vinyl full-lengths at the same time and will anticipate the sound profile of the label for 2008. Particularly worth mentioning are the label debuts of Polish producer Robert M aka Elektro One and Daniel Wilhelm from Hamburg. Robert M's "Elektro Tape" is a prime example of a playful and aggressive version of electronic dance music, which shows an exciting way out of the uniformity of the minimal techno dogma, and the organ sounds of "Alster Dream" by Daniel Wilhelm remain constantly present in the balance of a night dancing away. In addition, Ziel 100 shines with a streamlined bass line feat, while Frank Kusserow provides a sensual balance with his melodramatic "Just A Little Traged" and the tradition of electro comes into its own with a return to the old by Miss Kittin & The Hacker. Finally, in year five of the still-young label history, there is one thing that Datapunk doesn't want under any circumstances: to sit back and mark time. Also includes Artist Unknown, Xenia Beliayeva, Gregor Tresher, Christopher Kah and Internal Sync.