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Disc 1
01 07 :49
02 06 :18
03 06 :02
04
Tensnake Coma Cat
06 :53
05 05 :43
06
Lauer Delta NRG
09 :00
07
Tensnake Get It Right
05 :35
09 08 :15
10
DMX Krew Come To Me
05 :37
11 06 :29
Disc 2
01
Moonoton (feat. Olga Ponomaryova) I Need You Tonight
04 :06
02
Lexx Serenity
05 :51
03
Spectacle Prism
08 :33
04 09 :02
05
Permanent Vacation Zucker Hut
08 :34
06
John Talabot Matilda's Dream
07 :07
08
Boom Clap Bachelors L-O-V-E (Kem Fuego's Version)
06 :40
09 07 :35
10 07 :23
11 04 :45
ARTIST
TITLE
Selected Label Works 2
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
PERMVAC 050CD PERMVAC 050CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/12/2010

This is the second part of the Permanent Vacation label round-up Selected Label Works. Permanent Vacation has sharpened its profile to finally secure one of the leading positions among the best labels for contemporary club music and beyond. Fifty releases is a considerable number of releases, and they equally comprise major club mashers, avant-garde electronic from the GDR, the latest deep house tracks and obscure library music from the '70s, without one of them being considered to be out of place. Fifty releases which happily embrace classics like Kathy Diamond's album Miss Diamond To You and the re-release of the cult album Camino Del Sol by Antena, next to Sweden's uncrowned queen of Italo pop, princess Sally Shapiro and Norway's Balearic superstar Todd Terje. Fifty releases featuring 12" vinyl by artists from all over the world, from old heroes to hopeful debutants and diverse music styles from future boogie to piano house and cosmic rock to Kraut disco. The highlights of 2009's tracks that have been hitherto available on vinyl only are now assembled on a double CD, including the larger-than-life hits "Reckless With Your Love" by Azari & III, whose great '90s-inspired house sound could not be ignored by anyone and "Coma Cat" from Hamburg-based Marco Niemerski alias Tensnake, who gained broad consent from all parties and countries beyond the usual techno and tech-house circles. Also, the label-heads themselves are represented with their project Permanent Vacation. They are featured here with "Zuckerhut" and two remixes -- one for the Californian Balearic band Woolfy vs. Projections and another one for their Munich friends Pollyester. The latter has already convinced James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem of its greatness. Other artists include: Jacques Renault, Lauer, Bogdan Irkük, DMX Krew, Bottin, Moonoton (feat. Olga Ponomaryova), Lexx, Spectacle, John Talabot, Boom Clap Bachelors, Midnight Magic, Bostro Pesopeo, Kem Fuego, The Loving Hand and Mock & Toof.