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01 03 :58
02
The MFA Disco 2 Break
03 :46
04
Sascha Funke Quiet Please
04 :10
05
Smash TV TechTechTalk
04 :05
06
Tomas Andersson Happy Happy
04 :00
07 04 :14
08
Paul Kalkbrenner Deep
03 :36
09
Sascha Funke A Boy
03 :31
10 03 :51
11
Ellen Allien Naked Rain
04 :09
12
Paul Kalkbrenner Gebrünn Gebrünn
03 :59
13
Tomas Andersson Washing Up (Tiga Remix)
03 :40
14 03 :40
15
Feadz 2kind4u
03 :58
16 02 :36
ARTIST
TITLE
Camping 2
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
BPC 117CD BPC 117CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
11/8/2005

Imagine if Ellen Allien picked her favorite tracks from the recent BPitch Control releases and gave them to you? Well, imagine no more, because Camping 2 is exactly that. One of the world's best selectors dips into her own label for you. These are shining examples of some of the best that BPitch has had to offer in 2005, all previously vinyl-only (excepting Sascha Funke's "Quiet Please"), and here unmixed, in full-length glory for your listening pleasure. As a label, BPitch bridges sounds like a causeway: Breaks, Electro, House, Techno all come under their span. Recent buzz acts like the MFA and Smash TV make a digital appearance, as do stalwarts like Sascha Funke and Feadz. But the real center of Camping 2 comes in three forms, a troika of modern electronic dance sounds. Number one: with Paul Kalkbrenner, underappreciated is an understatement. Mssr. Kalkbrenner makes huge warping tracks that wobble like Grimace, with a rhythm that rocks back and forth until it topples. We also have two tracks from Ms. Allien herself, who of course deserves all the attention she gets and more. But let it be known the mastery of Tomas Andersson -- the jewel of the new Scandinavian sound. His two tracks included here ("Happy Happy" and "Washing Up (Tiga Remix)") absolutely kill clubs dead. Play these in the car, the bedroom or the warehouse and life is easier, things go better and you'll be hopping madly. Of course, the rest of the roster is no B-team. Camping 2 is the latest compilation from BPitch Control, one of the best dance labels in the world, hands down. Or, rather, up.