Dj Hell

“Zukunftsmusik (ltd 500, 2lp+poster,colou”

GIGOLO302CLD scanZoom inLabelInternational Deejay Gigolo Records
Cat. No.GIGOLO302CLD
FormatEXCLXLPB
Orders fromFri, 09 Jun 2017
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2LP Vinyl+Poster ,GIGOLOL302CLD comes as limited colored version. No sales to Germany Tracklist LP: A1 Anything Anytime 00:05:25 A2 Car, Car, Car 00:07:03 A3 I Want My Future Back 00:01:58 B1 Army Of Strangers 00:04:29 B2 Wir reiten durch die Nacht 00:06:15 B3 Inferno Part 1 00:00:42 B4 High Priests Of Hell 00:05:39 C1 I Want You 00:03:50 C2 Guede 00:07:41 C3 2 die 2 sleep 00:02:50 D1 K-House 00:03:46 D2 Wild At Art 00:05:41 D3 Inferno Part 2 00:01:58 Short Info: We are pleased to announce DJ Hell´s 5th album „Zukunftsmusik“, to be released on International Deejay Gigolo Records. The techno revolution 30 years ago, where boundaries, walls and our own guarded natures came crumbling down? The archaic establishment-challenging attitude and forthright energy of the punks? The long-awaited eruption of gay culture that had burned and yearned since the dawn of mankind? Dare you travel even further back? Rewind two hundred years to the romantic revolution where men like the blitzed Berloiz helped us transcend our physical limitations for suspended moments of fantastique disbelief… All of these moments have shaped us, our music and our culture. Each movement comprising artists who – like us right now – are trying to make sense of the uncertain world, the chaotic present and the fearful future. Artists like Hell. Welcome to the future…Reflecting over his participation and contribution to myriad cultural movements since the late 70s, his passion of ever-evolving musical form and our current socialpolitical landscape, Hell taps into our collective rich histories, our combined fears and our mutual desires to create his most personal, ambitious and thought provoking body of work to date: Zukunftsmusik. His fifth studio album Zukunftsmusik fuses some of Hell’s strong signature motifs (his passion for subversion, his great kosmiche canvases, sudden throbbing bursts of dancefloor dynamism, subtle songcraft) yet it sounds unlike anything Hell has ever creat

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