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ARTIST
TITLE
Discotheque
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
DB 139CD DB 139CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
2/7/2006

Franco-German duo Stereo Total (Françoise Cactus and Brezel Göring) release their seventh album that is totally devoted to the discotheque. These tracks won't feel entirely unfamiliar, as this is a super compilation of rare tracks, new songs and remixes from albums past and previous collaborations, all mashed up for your disco pleasure. Known for their quaint electropunk, kitsch and speed, Stereo Total provide a new perspective to their old sounds and on hitting the dancefloor. Discotheque features new versions of some tracks from their last album Do the Bambi, reworked rave-ups of "Europa Neurotisch" and "Babystrich" and rare songs from side-projects and remixes from acquainted bands Motor Mark (UK) and Jacno (France). Remixer Echokrank, a crazy Berliner transvestite outfit on Klangkrieg Produktionen reworks "Everybody In The Discotheque (I Hate)" in true Rocktendo form. "Bad News From The Stars" is a reggae-touched freaker from Brezel Göring's last solo record with Barom One, now available on CD for the first time. The CD version will also include the "Das Erste Mal" dub-inspired versions mixed by Munk and Justus Köhncke and the Do the Bambi remixes, originally only available in limited vinyl pressings on Disko B records. Also includes new versions of the inspired re-takes of Nico's "Chelsea Girls" and The Rolling Stones' "Mother's Little Helper." Discotheque is a pleasure to listen and dance to, and is truly in keeping with Stereo Total's long-standing reputation and live-party-set-up.