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ARTIST
TITLE
Ta-Tu-Tata
FORMAT
12"

LABEL
CATALOG #
BPC 110EP BPC 110EP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/3/2005

"Paul Kalkbrenner's 12" Ta-Tü-Tata is finally out, one year after his third album Self and his remix for 'Agoria: Trance!' Such comfortable pads! Melody! And what's more: Dignity, which he takes along into the freshness of summer. Paul grants trance a place of rest, a place to lounge, but also a rhythm that drags you along and hypnotically pulls you onto the dancefloor. Side A 'Gebrünn Gebrünn' is Saturday Night Fever. Watch out -- after the first half, Paul goes disco with the Bee Gees! Side B's 'Ta-Tü-Tata' driving forces weaving structures into the pads. Let's note: Trance is dignity and grandeur and allows one to think of something beautiful. Dignity, which as an aesthetic category means something fathomable the essential characteristic of which is an impression of grandeur and dignity, occasionally even holiness, transcending ordinary beauty. The sublime and dignified is therefore also always associated with a feeling of un-attainability and immensity. It causes amazement, which is connected to awe and/or horror. To Kant, an object is sublime when it evokes sublime ideas within the perceiver. He finds such objects primarily in nature while the mental grasp of the beholder plays a decisive role: 'Thus the broad ocean agitated by storms cannot be called sublime. Its aspect is horrible, and one must have stored one's mind in advance with a rich stock of ideas, if such an intuition is to raise it to the pitch of a feeling which is itself sublime.' (From: The Critique of Judgment)."