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PRINS THOMAS A Very Small Intro
00 :10
03
Cage & Aviary Giorgio Carpenter
00 :57
04 00 :57
05
Trans Am First Words
00 :57
06
Map Of Africa Wyatt Urp
00 :57
07
Bjørn Torske Kokt Kveite
00 :57
08
Kåre & The Cavemen Gallery Oslo
00 :57
09 00 :57
10
Frankie Valentine Zumbi (Isoul8 Remix)
00 :57
11 00 :57
13
Dogs Of War Le Stress
00 :57
14
Cos/Mes Build The Band
00 :57
15
Ricardo Villalobos Waiworinao
00 :34
16
Anarchic System Generation (Long Version)
00 :57
17
Argy & The Mole Cantstandlovegetaway
00 :49
18
Martin Circus Disco Circus
00 :57
20
Acid Test Test 1
00 :45
21
Mathew Jonson Followed By Angels
00 :57
22 00 :57
23
Sébastien Tellier Sexual Sportswear
00 :57
24
Closer Musik Maria
00 :57
26
Steel An' Skin Afro Punk Reggae (Dub)
00 :57
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PRINS THOMAS A Very Small Outro
00 :16
ARTIST
TITLE
Live At Robert Johnson Vol. 2
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
PLAYRJC 002CD PLAYRJC 002CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
5/12/2009

This is the second volume in a 4-part CD compilation series celebrating the 10th anniversary of Frankfurt's Robert Johnson club. Volume 2 has been selected and mixed by one of Norway's best: Full Pupp label head, DJ/producer, and versatile disco Viking, Prins Thomas. In the studio, Thomas sprinkles everything from the Junior Boys and Studio through to Justus Köhncke and techno classics on R&S Records with his lively drum-bass-organ magic. As a DJ, he works his sets from front to back, from loud to quiet, and from one genre to the next through all various shades of grey in between. This is probably the only CD in the whole world on which Ricardo Villalobos dances to "Afro Punk Reggae Dub" by Steel An' Skin with his house band Cos/Mes, where a Playhouse classic from Roman Flügel performs an Acid Test in the "Gallery Oslo" by Kåre & The Cavemen, where synth-rock by Trans Am glows like a fixed star, and where Bjørn Torske makes it clear who was the first to polish the Norwegian disco ball (the Idjut Boys claim this title for England). Also on this mix Closer Musik evokes wistfulness and Sébastien Tellier argues about beard lengths with DJ Harvey of Map Of Africa. Twenty-seven breathtaking gems, some of them affectionately edited by Prins, but always with two hands, a Urei mixing desk, two CD players and turntables, the mischievous Korg Kaoss Pad as well as an in/out insulator, and mixed with that unwavering killer DJ instinct of his. And of course, everything is done live in one take so as to evoke the feeling of a Viking longboat on a stormy sea. Other artists include: Arpadys, Cage & Aviary, Capracara, Rub N Tug, Trans Am, Babytalk, Frankie Valentine, Isoul8, Low Motion Disco, Still Going, James Yuill, Dogs Of War, Anarchic System, Argy & The Mole, Martin Circus, Opolopo, Domu, Mathew Jonson, Samos, and Lindstrøm.