During the past 4 years of its existence, Anthony Rother's Datapunk label has been a massive influence on the aesthetics of electronic dance music in the 21st century with its triumphal procession of electro. In addition to prominent singles and LP releases by Rother, in conjunction with Sven Väth and DJ Hell, among others, as well as landmark productions from Johannes Heil, Artist Unknown, Billy Nasty, Bodzin & Huntemann, Xenia Beliayeva, and many others, a cross-fertilization of techno and electro was cultivated into a new hybrid, which has defined the global sound of the clubs in recent years like nothing else. We Are Punks, now for the first time, integrates the Datapunk singles, which so far have only mostly been available on vinyl, in a comprehensive and completely non-stop mixed CD anthology with over four hours of play time. Rother has taken almost 40 tracks from the label's past, present and future: CD1 and CD2 review the most important moments of the Datapunk history, which is so rich in club hits (including Johannes Heil's "The World"; Väth vs. Rother's "Springlove"; Rother's "Father" and "Punks"), and CD3 looks forward. In addition to some remixes and new tracks, this is an exclusive look at the sound of Datapunk in 2007. One standout example is the remix of the Super Space Model hit "Don't Worry," where Xenia Beliayeva provides a congenial duet with Rother. This compilation also takes a look at some new faces in the punk squad, including Frank Kusserow, Elektrodrei and Kiko. New wave, disco, electro, what-have-you, this is the perfect amalgamation, encompassing the tonal cosmos of the label perfectly. Other artists include: Datapunk Rockstars, Gregor Tresher, Boys Noize, Terence Fixmer and Artist Unknown.