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"Hello and welcome to Kompakt's summer holiday program. We asked ourselves, why ist it that even when the sun is shining all day at the beach of Santa Whatsoever everybody is playing dumb pumping stuff instead of just letting it go for a moment in favor of something nice'n'peaceful? Can it be so difficult to relax? What the heck could happen if somebody stops the bass kick for 5 to 8 minutes? We assure you: nothing to be afraid of, really... We felt it's necessary to contribute something non-pumping to this summer 2005. At least something not-so-pumping. Even if our chosen lifeguards are responsible for some of the finest dancefloor rockets around this time they put all effort into creating something not-so-pumping in order to make this 'Speicher' edition a very particular one. With 'Wombat' the Wighnomy Bros deliver their most wicked bassline so far. It wiggles in such a fresh and exhilarating way that it's almost a shame when it makes way for the breakdown. But then this 'Love Pad' drops in, builds up this heavenly tsunami of emotions. You'll certainly feel more than compensated. 'Wombat' continues where 'Wurz & Blosse,' which is probably the most played 'Speicher' track ever, started last summer. Awe! (by the way, wombats are thoroughly likeable Australian marsupials which take about fourteen days to digest one meal. That's what we call relaxed!) Kompakt's king of all taboo-breakers invited his dear friend and band member Fred Heimermann to bring along his guitar in order to do something no one else would ever dare: They recorded an ambient track for 'Speicher!'"
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