Released in 2002, now available again. "After the highly successful Arovane Atol Scrap CD DIN proudly presents its 2nd artist album. Außen Vor is meant to show the evolution of the Dynamo project over the last half decade. The music of Dynamo consists of twisted post-electro-grooves combined with a variety of spaced out sound spheres, a perfect soundtrack for night-cruising and pure urban vibes. It contributes to the ever ongoing innovation process in the independent music scene. The album starts off with a sequence of three 'aufenthalt' tracks, originally released on the the same titled EP, released in 1997 as the first official DIN record. Followed by 'Traktor Artists', a result of a hidden collaboration with 'Traktor,' a now seemingly dead techno adventure. Done in 1995, this is one of the earliest works available. Next is 'aufenthalt 5,' first released on Din's mini-compilation RFT. 'Dynamo' is the project's theme tune, featured on the initial Death Delay EP in 1996. It consists of what Dynamo is all about: tight and crispy grooves which are de- and reconstructed, combined with a rather blue, sometimes gloomy atmosphere. 'Voraus 1' emphases Dynamo's love for twisted percussive tracks with a rather minimalistic sound aesthetic. It's taken from DIN 02 released in 1997. The next two tracks represent some of the latest works. '24°' takes a heavy Miami bass-like vibe and combines it with crispy and dubby processed percussions, '19°' is the tune with the strongest reference to classical techno. Both tunes are selected from the 23°/18° EP. The album closes with 'Voraus 2,' a moody groove that could go on forever. Außen Vor represents the first phase of Dynamo's ground breaking work."