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The One and only Kompakt overview with excellent melodic Techno / Techhouse Tunes
Twelve... the omnipresent mystique number. There's 12 stars on Europe's banner, 12 apostles, 12 titans, 12 knights of the Round Table, Schoenberg's twelve-tone music and yes, our beloved compilation series is entering its twelveth round. After a jolly and colourful first semester of 2011, filled with albums by heavyweight acts like Rainbow Arabia, Whomadewho, GusGus and John Tejada we've decided to focus mainly on the core members of the family. For the first time in ages, all five founding members of KOMPAKT are on board this single CD and double vinyl. But first things first... The opening slot belongs to our Belgian friend KOLOMBO. His brilliant Howard Jones-sampled slowmotion disco hit "Waiting For" is already a staple on advanced late night floors. Same goes for MICHAEL MAYER's remix of WHOMADEWHO's tearjerking "Every Minute Alone". Italy's whiz kids TALE OF US are currently causing a stir with their mighty LIFE AND DEATH remix for GUSGUS' summer anthem "Over". SUPERPITCHER presents his first new material since his full length "Kilimanjaro" and yes, it's as wonderful as the title "White Lightening" suggests. MICHAEL MAYER increases the energy level and freak factor with his slightly psychotic "That's What I Told Sanchez". GUI BORATTO' monstrous "The Drill" brings Schaffel techno back to its cradle. We want to take this opportunity to clarify that MATIAS AGUAYO actually still has a nicotine habit whereas - according to the song - REBOLLEDO is the non-smoker. "I Don't Smoke" is bonafide summer hit and definitely too good to miss out on this comp. JÖRG BURGER reactivated his dancefloor alter ego as THE MODERNIST and delivers one of his trademark, streamlined groovers that perfectly catches the energy of his current live shows. COMA throw in their much lauded brand of "fine trance" and prepare the grounds for TOTAL 12's deeper finale. Like with his KAFKATRAX efforts, WOLFGANG VOIGT continues his research of the human voice, this time in shape of an opera singer that dives into an enchanted ambient techno track. "Frieden" ("Peace") couldn't be more aptly titled. REINHARD VOIGT ends his self-chosen recording hiatus and returns with a deep piece of urban techno that leaves us hungry for more. Last but not least, BURGER/VOIGT introduce their new drone-heavy live project MOHN that works somewhere between shoegaze and trippy downtempo techno. "Tiefental" is equally designed for dancing purposes or opium dens
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