Lauer

“Trainman, Tensnake Remixes”

RB032 scanZoom inLabelRunning Back
Cat. No.RB032
FormatEXCL12"I
Orders fromFri, 17 Feb 2012
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Review

None other than Tensnake is the host of Phillip Lauer’s album debut’s (aptly titled “Phillips” and soon available in all formats including gatefold double vinyl) inauguration party. Delivering not one but two remixes and a barrel of laughs, Hamburg’s happy man smears thick red lipstick on Lauer’s bittersweet “Trainman” symphony. His “Franceman Mix” does exactly what it says on the tin. A long intro gets rouléd up into a fierce dancing school contest. Speaking of nomen that are omen, you’ll find the “Tranceman Mix” on the flip side going the whole nine yards: marimba magic, hard trance breaks, deked drum rolls and early morning glory moments. It’s impossible to defang that snake.

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