Fifth volume in this sensational series, overseen by label owner Mathias Schaffhäuser. "Minimal, maximal. Dub House, Tech-House. What's all the fuss? Warenkorb 5 prefers tracks that dare more, and actually try and stay away from the consensus of recent years. Of course, we're not talking about quantum leaps here. It's up to others to re-invent the wheel. However, the guideline for the artists was: all tracks on Warenkorb 5 were supposed to be 'not as usual'. So the gentlemen Goldfish & Der Dulz (Playhouse) have added a few more drops of techno into their funky flow to make your legs quiver that little bit extra. The Aphorism from Freiburg have experimented with creating the opposite of their smooth club hit 'Warmer Regen' (Warenkorb 3) and get out the distorted bass -- with success. Call it 'High Speed Garage'. Jeremy P. Caulfield (WMF/Trapez Rec.) needs no further explanation. The Berlin-based Canadian is currently making the most interesting techno house records on the planet, and has taken The Kitbuilder's classic 'Get Out' and turned it into Contemporary Club Extravaganza. But 2003 also allows a few softer sounds, especially when Soda Inc. have put them together so seductively. Their 'Morning Prayer' absolutely belongs in every morning/after-hour set of the autumn/winter season. And that's just mentioning a few of the acts representing the inventory on this fifth label compilation." Artists: Mathias Schaffhäuser, Goldfish & Der Duz, Jaumetic, Markus , Kazooo, Iven Schmidt, Dominik Eulberg, Geoff White, Benjamin Brunn, Rudolfo, Soda Inc, Coloma, Jeremy P. Caulfield Vs. The Kitbuilders, The Aphorism.