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Disc 1
01
DJ Koze Der Wallach
04 :34
02
Jatoma Helix
07 :50
03
Jurgen Paape Mensch und Maschine
04 :58
04
Ada & Heiko Voss Walk Over
04 :08
06
Superpitcher Lapdance
06 :58
07 03 :18
08
Mugwump Losing Game
07 :18
09
It's A Fine Line Eins Fine Grind
04 :24
10
The Field Caroline
05 :05
11 04 :51
12
Sebastien Bouchet St. Anne
06 :52
13 07 :18
14
Jorg Burger Sparwasser
04 :39
Disc 2
01 07 :39
02
Michael Mayer Picanha Frenesi
04 :48
03
Gui Boratto feat. Iggor Cavalera Plié
03 :58
04
Robag Wruhme Rollmoff
06 :41
05
Jonas Bering For Yves
06 :59
06 05 :14
07
Popnoname Hello Gorgeous
04 :37
08
Maxime Dangles Dysnoptik
10 :39
09
Coma Bruxelles
05 :27
10
Pachanga Boys Power
08 :27
11
Hateful (Ada feat. Mayburg Mix) Hateful (Ada feat. Mayburg Mix)
05 :50
12
The Three Lions You'll Win Again
05 :21
ARTIST
TITLE
Kompakt Total 11
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
KOMP 085CD KOMP 085CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
8/31/2010

Kompakt's annual flagship release reaches number 11 and is a must-have for new and old fans of the label, featuring 95% exclusive new music. The plot thickens with Total 11, on which newcomers and familiar faces converge on a yellow dotted road and, in many cases, collaborate. Among the collaborators is Brazil's Gui Boratto, who teams up with drummer Iggor Cavalera (ex-Sepultura) to further redefine the scope of emotional techno with "Plié." Matias Aguayo's smash hit "Rollerskate" gets reshaped with his Chilean comrade Sanfuentes and Alex Thunder. Cologne's blond ambition Ada teams up with Heiko Voss for the soulful "Walk Over," then invites her mates Mayburg (aka Michael Mayer & Jörg Burger) to do a surprisingly smooth and catchy remix of Gus Gus' "Hateful." Burger also teams up with Superpitcher and the chupacabra of techno, Rebolledo, for The Three Lions' soothing "You'll Win Again" (featuring Michael Mayer on saxophone!). Aside from this year's unique collaborations, the Kompakt family also manages to stand proud on their own: Mayer's "Picanha Frenesi" is one of his first solo productions in years and a true highlight of Total 11. Wolfgang Voigt brings his classic minimal techno forward to 2010 with the inspiring "Robert Schumann / Clara Wieck." Copenhagen's astounding 15-year-old duo Jatoma debut with the glorious psychedelic techno haze of "Helix." After a spectacular year following their self-titled debut, Walls have their single "Hang Four" re-tooled into electro-notched exuberance by Allez-Allez. Joining the Total series are Ivan Smagghe and Tim Paris aka It's A Fine Line with a rockabilly wreck-no swinger called "Eins Fine Grind" while Pachanga Boys return to Total with a batch of dangerous home-made tequila-techno. The Field's "Caroline" elaborates on his passion for Krautrock. Kompakt maestro Jürgen Paape ups the notch using only sounds from the Kompakt warehouse on "Mensch und Maschine." Other artists include: DJ Koze, Justus Köhncke, Mugwump, Sog, Sebastien Bouchet, Thomas Fehlmann, Soulphiction, Robag Wruhme, Jonas Bering, Popnoname, Maxime Dangles and Coma.