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1-2 Weeks
01 03 :11
02 03 :26
03
Don Disco Swing Ibero
02 :55
04
Chris Wood & Meat Cock Robin
01 :35
05
Strangers In Heaven (feat. Jonny Cruz) Set Me Free (Watergate Edit)
03 :59
06
Ruede Hagelstein & Emerson Todd A.R.G.O. (Watergate Edit)
03 :09
07
Amine Edge Yeah
04 :10
08
Marco Resmann (feat. RAD) Life About to Change (Watergate Edit)
02 :03
09
Fischer & Kleber Air
02 :29
10 01 :27
11
Paskal & Urban Absolutes (feat. Byron Stingily) Gotta Make It Right (Inst)
02 :22
12 05 :19
13 03 :25
14 01 :41
15
Losoul Open Door
02 :43
16
Tone Of Arc Soundsail
02 :04
17
Aartekt Rolling Energy
02 :12
18 01 :02
19
Shlomi Aber (feat. Möggli) Foolish Games
04 :01
20 04 :02
21
The Drifter Day and Night
03 :38
22 03 :13
23 02 :02
24
James Zabiela The Healing
05 :04
25 01 :44
ARTIST
TITLE
Watergate 13
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
WG 013CD WG 013CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
4/16/2013

The next Watergate compilation is numbered with the myth-enshrouded 13 -- a burden taken on by long-standing resident Ruede Hagelstein. The collection contains known classics and new gems. The mix starts off with a dreamy, melancholic track by Prins Thomas and develops an enormous deepness, which is masterfully broken by technoid soul-funk. Mike Dunn's Chicago-house-bomb "Phreaky MF" is mixed with the soulful Tone Of Arc anthem "Soundsail," peaking with Shlomi Aber's "Foolish Games." One of the highlights is definitely Henrik Schwarz's "Take Words in Return," remixed by Carl Craig. Ruede himself contributes two exclusive tracks -- "A.R.G.O.," a collaboration between him and Emerson Todd and "Up the River." And he couldn't have chosen a more beautiful outro than M83's "Where the Boats Go." Altogether, Ruede Hagelstein composed a fantastic and light-footed mix. Other artists include: Fabio Alampi, Alan Fitzpatrick, Don Disco, Chris Wood & Meat, Strangers In Heaven, Jonny Cruz, Amine Edge, Marco Resmann, RAD, Fischer & Kleber, The Cheapers, Paskal & Urban Absolutes, Byron Stingily, Marshall Jefferson, Salt City Orchestra, Manuel Tur, Losoul, Aartekt, Lower Dens, Steve Moore, The Drifter, The Pyramids, and James Zabiela.