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3-4 Weeks
01
Speedy J Evolution
06 :28
02
Maurizio M05
01 :03
03
Rydmis Version
02 :50
04 04 :17
05 03 :30
06
Liaisons Dangereuses Avant-Apres Mars
03 :21
07
Tuxedomoon What Use
03 :51
08
69 Desire
04 :57
09
Mitsu Shylight
04 :01
10 06 :55
11 02 :32
13
Foremost Poets Pressin On
03 :53
14
Bougie Soliterre Superficial (Main Vocal Mix)
04 :02
15
G Strings The Land Of Dreams
01 :12
16 04 :36
17
Dopplereffekt Rocket Scientist
02 :52
18
Andrew Mc Laughlan Love Story
04 :47
19
Filippo Naughty Moscatello Disco Volante
02 :45
20
The Flying Lizards Steam Away
02 :52
ARTIST
TITLE
Fuse Presents Hell
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
MM 010CD MM 010CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/4/2000

"Following last year's first Fuse mix CD by the one and only Dave Clarke comes Munich's Helmut Geier aka Hell with a techno/electro/disco/synth/house fusion that is utterly unique, totally transfixing and 100% HELL. Featuring Donna Summer, Maurizio, Carl Craig's 69, Sparks, Phuture, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Dopplereffekt, Liaisons Dangereuses, Todd Terry (Orange Lemon), Speedy J, Foremost Poets and fellow International DJ Gigolo 'DJ Naughty', Hell's mix is as diverse as it is funky and futuristic. Welcome to the new wave...welcome to Hell. Hell has, alongside Sven Vath, become one of Germany's most respected DJs and producers. From initial forays into punk in the late 70's and early electronic synth pop, Hell's journey into techno is as diverse as his Fuse mix. Coming to international notice in 1992 with his classic 'My Definition of House Music' 12" he then went on to release two well received albums on Disko B ?- Geteert & Gefedert (1994) and Munich Machine (1998 which even featured a cover of Barry Manilow's 'Copacabana'!). Now running and recording for his own International DJ Gigolos label Hell's wonderfully retro/nu-techno sound can further be heard in the sounds of fellow label contributors such as DJ Naughty, Richard Bartz, Chicks On Speed, Christopher Just and David Carretta. Now in collaboration with Belgium's most revered techno club Hell takes us straight down into the bowels of his uniquely, spun electro-fired Hades funk. The devil rides again."