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ARTIST
TITLE
Größenwahn 1992-2005 + Automation Durch Monotonie
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
GIGOLO 151XCD GIGOLO 151XCD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
5/11/2010

...(NY Muscle Interpretationen). Remastered 2005 release. DJs are rockstars. Like David Bowie, whose personality and feelings for rock'n roll changed through a series of phases that let us discover an unknown side of him in every new album, Hell, the master of electro-body-house music, sharpened and enriched his definition of music within 13 years of non-stop mixing and producing, while founding the sexiest and the most glamorous electronic music label, Gigolo Records. With this "best of," Hell teaches us a lesson of hard-funking electro-house music and sheds a light on his personal vision of it, as a marriage between "Body Art" and "Art of Mind," as if dancing were the ultimate secret for opening our mind. And contrary to all those "best-ofs," where the tracks are either randomly or chronologically sorted, without any hidden purpose except the desire to make more money, contrary to all those "best-ofs" that people buy for 1 song out of 20, Hell selected his tracks thoroughly with the aim of teaching us the recent history of electro-house music. He managed to create a very personal atmosphere, varying between minimal and dark pieces of house music, and his tech-house taken from his already cult album NY Muscle. Very special digi-sleeve packaging, and including rare or unreleased remixes by Tiefschwarz, Dominik Eulberg, Ricardo Villalobos, Abe Duque, Radio Slave, Peter Kruder, Superpitcher, Jesper Dahlbäck, Dave Clarke, Adriano Canzian, and Tomas Andersson. Featuring unreleased tracks such as "Tragic Picture Show" (alternative version), and including hits such as "Suicide Commando" and "Keep On Waiting."