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Disc 1
01 01 :00
02
Todd Sines & Natacha Bell Cum Closer C2 Mix
01 :00
03
Fish Go Deep So Tell Me
01 :00
04 01 :00
05
Chris Lum You´re Mine
01 :00
06
Listen To The Music Reckless Woman
01 :00
09
Sergej Auto Knipk, Hopka, Hui
01 :00
10
Steve Bug That Kid
01 :00
11
Scott Page Acid Baby
01 :00
12
Fries & Bridges Headspin
01 :00
13
Gillieron & Mcarthur Now It´s Dark
01 :00
14
Jeff Samuel Knomb
01 :00
15
David Duriez Nukem High
01 :00
Disc 2
01
Eerik Shimmer
01 :00
02 01 :00
03
Sunday Brunch Midnight Walk
01 :00
04
Jimpster State Of Mind
01 :00
05
John Tejada Young
01 :00
06
Brain On Drugs Chateau Flight Dub
01 :00
07
Ursula Rucker Feat Mad 7
01 :00
08
Antonelli Electr. Waiting For You
01 :00
10
Intelligent Jazz Bionics
01 :00
ARTIST
TITLE
Da Minimal Funk 3
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
PFR 009CD PFR 009CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/16/2003

"In 1996, Germany's minimal master Steve Bug, responsible for labels like Poker Flat Recordings, Dessous Recordings and B-Series, created the first volume of Da Minimal Funk compilation series on his former imprint Raw Elements. This outstanding album was a groundbreaking release in the growing minimal techno and house movement. Today, Steve delights us with a sequel that is even more funky than the first. He has selected a fine blend of tracks from some of the world's best producers including Jeff Samuel, Chris Lum, Freestyle Man, Sergej Auto as well as Steve Bug himself alongside Dessous / Poker Flat artists like Frankman and The Jackals. Steve delivers an album full of energy, packed with tunes designed to fill the dancefloor. Deeply influenced by the funky jacking groove of early Chicago house, Bug has stripped down many of the tracks to the bone. While the first CD is a full on DJ-mix, displaying Steve's great abilities as a long-time club DJ with perfect mixes, cuts and blends, covering the whole spectrum of minimal funk, the second CD is dedicated to calming broken, downtempo tunes with an organic feel. All tracks have been carefully selected and include work by Jimpster, Ursula Rucker and Antonelli Electric."