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Baby Ford & EON Dead Eye
02 :49
03 03 :50
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Will Saul & Tam Cooper feat. Ursula Rucker Where Is It ? (Re-Loved Dub)
04 :46
06 04 :17
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Melody Boy 2000 Monotone Fantastique
04 :34
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The Balanescu Quartet The Robots
03 :35
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David Sylvian Forbidden Colours
05 :31
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Depeche Mode Esque
01 :17
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Club M.C.M. It's Me
01 :57
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Clara Moto feat. Mimu Silently (Kirk Degiorgio Remix)
03 :54
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DJ Linus Are You Ready ?
01 :43
17 02 :14
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Adam Port I Love You
02 :00
19
Daniel Wang Warped
01 :51
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Walter Murphy A Fifth Of Beethoven
01 :41
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Klaus Schulze Stardancer
01 :11
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DJ Hell Germania
01 :45
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David Bowie & The Pat Metheny Group This Is Not America
03 :50
ARTIST
TITLE
Body Language 9
FORMAT
CD

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CATALOG #
GPM 034CD GPM 034CD
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RELEASE DATE
6/7/2011

2010 release. DJ Hell bestrides modern techno like a colossus: he's more than just a producer or a DJ, he's an icon, too big and individual a personality to be accommodated by any one micro-scene. Hell doesn't just represent a type of music, he represents a whole lifestyle, aesthetic and worldview -- and Body Language Vol. 9 is perhaps the closest any disc has yet come to capturing that totality. Hell's entry in Get Physical's ongoing Body Language mix series arrives in a period of considerable artistic achievement. He brings an ambition and breadth of vision to Body Language Vol. 9, culling tracks from different eras and scenes and focusing them into a veritable laser-beam of pure passion and flair. There are plenty of recent productions amid the selection -- Dixon, Will Saul, Christian Prommer all feature -- but the goal here isn't merely to take the temperature of the times; it's to create a rich, entertaining and future-proof listening experience. And so we are given a considerable insight into Hell's roots: from Klaus Schulze's kosmische epic "Stargazer" to David Sylvian's "Forbidden Colours" (taken from the Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence soundtrack), via majestic Depeche Mode instrumental "Esque" and -- in one of the album's several flashes of wry humour -- the Balanescu Quartet's incredible chamber-music rendition of Kraftwerk's "The Robots." Hell also digs deep into his collection and pulls out some of the most righteous, jacking dancefloor material you'll ever hear. Baby Ford & Eon's UK techno classic "Dead Eye," King Britt's string-heavy, funked up remix of Josh One, DJ Assassin's skipping house jam "Face In The Crowd" (Intellidread Mix), the acid-fried disco of Daniel Wang's "Warped" -- this mix is "edutainment" in the truest and best sense, and a pupil-dilating reminder of why Hell is one of the world's most enduringly popular techno DJs. This is a journey into the heart of Hell -- and it's pure heaven.