House Girl (original radio mix) - (4:00) 129 BPM
   
House Girl (Mike's Dunn For The Funn Of It mix) - (6:40) 129 BPM
   
House Girl (Serge & Tyrell edit) - (5:46) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Richard Rossa
C#CC 008
21 Sep 07
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Don't You Want To Be Mine (club) - (9:03) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Don't You Want To Be Mine (dub) - (5:38) 115 BPM
   
Don't You Want To Be Mine (acappella) - (5:45) 115 BPM
CCC 020
27 Dec 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Eyes (extended vocal mix) - (6:22) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Eyes (Paris mix) - (6:05) 123 BPM
   
Eyes (Bottin edit) - (5:05) 124 BPM
   
Eyes (dub mix) - (5:06) 123 BPM
Review: It's been a while since Clone dipped into the archives and re-released a long-forgotten classic. Here, they revisit Clio's "Eyes", a curious Italo-disco classic from 1984 that sounds like a long lost Bobby Orlando production (for the record, it isn't (it just bears similar sonic hallmarks). As well as the superb, tongue-in-cheek original, the package also includes the Paris Version - yep, sung in French - the vocal-less dub and a spiralling re-edit from new school Italo producer Bottin. Cheap, cheerful and very, very good - a refreshing blast of original European dancefloor flavour.
CCC 021
22 Dec 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
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It's My Life - (5:26) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Strings - (5:08) 128 BPM
   
The Groove - (5:08) 125 BPM
C#CC 018
19 Oct 09
Techno
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Plastic Doll (instrumental) - (5:42) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Plastic Doll - (6:32) 119 BPM
C#CC 002
30 Oct 06
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Midnight Dancin' (Club mix) - (5:17) 119 BPM
   
Midnight Dancin' (Dancin' mix) - (5:17) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Midnight Dancin' (Radio mix) - (5:16) 119 BPM
   
Simply Yours - (5:31) 127 BPM
Review: Clone's Classic Cuts sub-label continues to mine the impressive back catalogue of veteran Chicago producer Joe Lewis. The majority of cuts here first appeared on now hard-to-find 12" singles first released on Target Recordings in 1990 and '91. "Midnight Dancin' (Club Mix)", featuring the slick, soulful vocals of sadly departed singer Darryl Goodlett, is a sparkling fusion of Chicago house bottom end and the colourful musicality of New Jersey garage. Arguably even better is the little more stripped-back "Dancin' Mix" (originally released in 2005), which layers the more freestyle sections of Goodlett's vocal over a killer groove. Arguably best of all, though, is closer "Simply Yours", a premium chunk of wiggly acid mania, underpinned by a thickset synth bassline and typically raw drum machine beats.
CCC 033
19 Jun 17
Deep House
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The Love Of My Own (instrumental) - (4:55) 117 BPM
   
Dub Of My Own (remix) - (6:06) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Life Immoreal - (6:40) 125 BPM
Review: Holland's Clone Records crew has struck up quite a partnership with veteran Chicagoan Joe Lewis, a producer who delivered some of the most distinctive early house records back in the mid 1980s. They've already re-released tons of Lewis's sought-after cult classics and here deliver a much needed reissue of his 1986 debut "Love of My Own". As with the original 12", there are two versions of the title track available: the melodious, glassy-eyed and loved-up "Instrumental", which is a bit like a Larry Heard cut after a day in the sun, and the percussive, punchy and floor-friendly "Dub On My Own (Remix)". There's also a tasty bonus in the shape of "Life Immoreal", a spacey but driving deep house cut that was first featured on Lewis's 1994 EP "Separate Ways".
CCC 034
18 Feb 19
Deep House
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Acid Falls - (4:25) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
All Over The World - (4:05) 125 BPM
   
One On One - (4:44) 127 BPM
   
Relax, Don't Do It - (4:31) 127 BPM
   
Just Hold Back, The Feelin' - (4:07) 128 BPM
   
And The Beat, Goes On - (4:20) 127 BPM
Played by: JT Donaldson
Review: Back in 1988, Chicagoan DJ Joe Lewis delivered Lost In Tracks, an early acid onslaught that has since become a must-have for serious house collectors. Some 28 years on, it finally gets a reissue on Clone's Classic Cuts series. All six of Lewis's tracks from the original release are present (David Whiting's short percussion track, tagged on to the '88 12" as a bonus, has been omitted), and are here presented in newly re-mastered form. As you might expect, the material sits somewhere between sweaty jack-tracks and handclap-heavy box-jams, with "Just Hold Back The Feelin" - with its' sampled diva vocal lines and classic Chi-town bassline - and wild, ragging "One On One" amongst the many highlights. Given that original copies are "almost unobtainable", this should be on your shopping list.
CCC 028
05 Aug 16
Deep House
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Cellular Phone - (4:41) 129 BPM
   
Technic 1200 - (4:35) 135 BPM
   
Scientist - (4:17) 127 BPM
   
Rocket Scientist - (3:26) 137 BPM
   
Superior Race - (3:10) 134 BPM
   
Satellites - (2:53) 144 BPM
   
Plastiphilia - (1:06) 128 BPM
   
Plastiphilia 2 - (2:18) 128 BPM
   
Voice Activated - (4:11) 131 BPM
   
Speak & Spell - (4:31) 136 BPM
   
Denki No Zuno - (2:55) 113 BPM
   
Die Radiometre - (4:24) 128 BPM
   
Pornoactress - (2:28) 128 BPM
   
Infophysix - (3:56) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Pornoviewer - (2:34) 120 BPM
   
Sterilization - (2:34) 125 BPM
   
Gesamtkunstwerk - (6:07) 112 BPM
C#CC005CD
04 Apr 07
Electro
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Intro (The Unknown Aquazone) - (0:54)
   
Depressurization - (5:04) 134 BPM
   
Water Walker - (3:39) 131 BPM
   
Mantaray - (3:10) 144 BPM
   
Unknown Journey VI - (2:25) 136 BPM
   
Unknown Journey VII - (4:18) 122 BPM
   
Unknown Journey VIII - (2:08)
   
Living On The Edge - (3:33) 123 BPM
   
Hydro Cubes - (7:11) 136 BPM
   
Unknown Journey IX - (2:21) 131 BPM
   
Unknown Journey X - (1:40) 133 BPM
   
Aquatic Bata Particles - (3:15) 133 BPM
   
Unknown Interlude - (0:31) 140 BPM
   
Black Sea - (6:21) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Sighting In The Abyss - (2:07) 124 BPM
   
The Last Transmission - (2:02) 130 BPM
Review: It's been a while since Clone last mined the undersea vaults of peerless Detroit electro/techno legends Drexciya. You'd expect the quality to dip a little on this fourth and final volume in the series, but Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller IV is every bit as essential as its predecessors. It's packed with far-sighted, next-level moments, from the bleak drum machine rhythms and gnarled electronics of "Hydro Cubes" and intense acid funk of "Aquatic Bata Particles", to the spine-tingling techno futurism of "Black Sea", the pure melodic joy of the rush-inducing "Sighting In The Abyss" and "Unknown Journey VII". A fitting finale to this excellent series from Clone.
CCC 025
16 Dec 13
Techno
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Smokey's Illegitimate Report - (1:45) 150 BPM
   
The Countdown Has Begun - (3:07) 125 BPM
   
Aquabahn - (2:08) 132 BPM
   
Intensified Magnetron - (3:20) 138 BPM
   
Sea Snake - (4:45) 131 BPM
   
Flying Fish - (2:25) 134 BPM
   
The Mutant Gillmen - (5:01) 126 BPM
   
Unknown Journey IV - (3:24) 140 BPM
   
Nautilus 12 - (2:48) 137 BPM
   
Vampire Island - (3:24)
   
Aqua Worm Hole - (5:29) 141 BPM
   
Bubble Chamber - (2:21) 130 BPM
   
You Don't Know - (5:54) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Red Hills Of Lardossa - (5:16) 140 BPM
Review: Few electronic acts could easily sustain three expansive 'best of' compilations, but then Detroit techno-electro fusionists Drexciya weren't your average electronic artists. In the space of little more than 12 EPs and a handful of albums, released in a ten-year burst between 1992 and 2002, James Stinson and Gerald Donald did more to push electronic music forwards than many of their Motor City peers. This third retrospective in Clone's excellent Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller series expands on the first two volumes, swimming between atmospheric IDM ("Aqua Worm Hole", "Vampire Island"), balls-deep techno workouts ("Nautilus", "Intensified Magnetron") and shimmering future electro (the futuristic Kraftwerk vibes of "Aquabahn").
CCC 024
28 Jan 13
Electro
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Welcome To Drexciya - (2:15)
   
Wavejumper - (6:40) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Lardossen Funk - (3:56) 129 BPM
   
Bubble Metropolis - (5:54) 129 BPM
   
Hydro Theory - (6:48) 145 BPM
   
Beyond The Abyss - (2:17) 144 BPM
   
Unknown Journey I - (4:45) 126 BPM
   
Aquarazorda - (5:52) 126 BPM
   
Rubick's Cube - (6:23) 123 BPM
   
Sea Quake - (4:33) 129 BPM
   
Take Your Mind - (2:42) 149 BPM
   
Darthouven Fish Men - (2:53) 129 BPM
   
Dehydration - (2:55)
Review: There's a reason that Drexciya are considered by many to be the most influential of all Detroit techno and electro acts. Aside from their addictive combination of mysticism and mystery, Gerald Donald and James Stinson made fabulous music - genuinely otherworldly electronic compositions that have stood the test of time. Whether you're a confirmed fan or Drexciyan novice, Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller should be essential listening. The first of four collections of classic material to be released by Clone, it gathers together their brilliant early '90s works in newly remastered form. Bristling with raw analogue funk and far-sighted techno, it's a timely reminder of their immense talents. Simply essential.
CCC 022
02 Jan 12
Techno
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Intro (The Unknown Aquazone) - (1:35) 148 BPM
   
Hi-Tide - (4:01) 126 BPM
   
Danger Bay - (3:22) 116 BPM
   
Anti Vapour Waves - (3:30) 138 BPM
   
Dead Man's Reef - (2:07) 153 BPM
   
Aqua Jujidsu - (2:58) 152 BPM
   
Davey Jones Locker - (3:14)
   
Bang-Bang - (5:29) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Unknown Journey II - (2:29) 123 BPM
   
Positron Island (extended album version) - (4:05) 143 BPM
   
Journey Home - (4:51) 129 BPM
   
Neon Falls - (3:25)
   
Unknown Journey III - (3:35)
Review: Following the first installment of Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller, Clone delves back into Drexciya's archives for the follow-up. Like the first release, the Dutch label has been granted access to tracks from the Detroit duo's earlier releases, including Bubble Metropolis and The Unknown Aquazone, which fetch hundreds of pounds online. Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller 2 is also fascinating for the way that Clone have curated and programmed it. "High Tide", from the ultra-rare, shamelessly expensive Uncharted EP issued on Somewhere in Detroit in 1997 kick-starts the release in abrasive mode as yelping analogue riffs and rolling snares rush in over a malevolent, insistent bass. And despite all the music media's talk and pontificating about Drexciya testing the boundaries of electronic music, invading our subconscious and bringing us to new worlds, it should not be forgotten that they were also entertainers par excellence. Even at their most obtuse, on the dystopian synths of "Unknown Journey", the duo were sneaking in EBM basslines and memorable hooks. It's a similar story on the squelchy P-funk of "Danger Bay" (also from Bubble Metropolis), which features a brilliant but daft 'ha ha ha ha' male vocal sample and "Dead Man's Reef" (from 1997's The Quest), with its mock-horror riffs unfolding over phased hats and murderous bass. The other misconception about Donald and Stinson was that they were merely an electro act. The warped, low-slung minimal techno of "Bang Bang" replete with mock robo vocals dispels this myth - and could be the sleazy counterpoint to DBX's pure minimalism - as does "Davy Jones Locker" (from 1996's True People: The Detroit Techno Album). With its warped bass and mysterious piano lines, the lithe rhythms seem to cruise in a space between Detroit electro and UK jungle. The tendency to inhabit these grey areas is also audible on "Journey Home", taken from the eponymous 1995 EP for Warp. On that occasion however, Drexciya push towards a 4/4 arrangement with their warm low ends and woozy synths making for one of the most nakedly emotive and personal takes on Detroit techno. In case the listener is in any doubt about Stinson and Donald's mastery of many sounds, the beautiful "Neon Falls", with its dreamy synth hooks and innate fragility brings this second installment of Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller to a close. Forget the hype, myths and half-truths surrounding Drexciya; just drop the needle on the record and dive straight in.
CCC 023
26 Jun 12
Techno
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So Let It Be House - (6:45) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Groovin - (4:43)
   
Life Goes On - (6:12) 126 BPM
C#CC 7
15 May 07
Funky/Club House
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Mike Dunn presents Md III
   
Face The Nation - (5:12) 130 BPM
   
Set Me Free - (5:37) 128 BPM
   
Going Nowhere - (4:13) 128 BPM
   
Personal Problem - (5:00) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
C#CC 001
16 Oct 06
Funky/Club House
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Future Tone - (5:53) 127 BPM
   
Perpetual Motion - (6:26) 134 BPM
   
Japanese Elecktronics - (6:11) 129 BPM
   
Check Mate - (4:50) 126 BPM
   
Mystery World - (5:04) 115 BPM
   
Silicon Valley - (4:09) 125 BPM
   
Midnight Drive - (5:52) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Thermo Science - (6:40) 131 BPM
   
Stun Gun - (5:34) 128 BPM
   
Floatation - (5:49) 136 BPM
   
Time Tunnel - (4:01) 113 BPM
Review: Originally released in 1995 on Warp, Elecktroids was a side project from Drexciya's Gerald Donald and James Stinson. Now Clone continues its reissue of the Detroit act's catalogue with this timely re-release of the sole Elecktroids album. Elektroworld is impactful because it brings together so many of the Stinson-Donald tropes. There's the slightly creepy, Dopplereffekt-esque speak-and-spell vocals of "Future Tone" and "Japanese Elecktronics"; the visceral, wave-jumping electro of "Perpetual Motion" and "Silicon Valley", a mysterious, slow-motion slice of electronic soul that's up their with Stinson's Other People Place output. For completists and causal listeners alike, this is an essential work.
CCC 035LP
10 Dec 18
Electro
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I'm Strong (instrumental) - (5:22) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
I'm Strong (vocal mix) - (6:09) 126 BPM
Played by: NBMD
C#CC 010
15 Oct 07
Deep House
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I Am A Vocoder (original vocal version) - (7:31) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
I Am A Vocoder (2007 version - vocal mix) - (7:41) 132 BPM
   
I Am A Vocoder (2007 version - instrumental) - (7:38) 132 BPM
C#CC 009
24 Sep 07
Disco/Nu-Disco
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House To House - "Taste My Love" (feat Kym Mazelle) - (5:23) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Reggie The Movemaker - "Get Your Money Man" - (7:44) 122 BPM
C#CC 003
23 Oct 06
Funky/Club House
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Basics 4 Love - (6:09) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Jus Luv - (6:25) 123 BPM
   
Show You Luv - (7:09) 121 BPM
Played by: Kisk, VRRS
Review: New York's JoVonn arrived on the worldwide house scene in the early 90s. He's released hundreds of jams but the Dutch crew at Clone are all about the vintage cuts. Here they present an EP of tunes that date from around 1992, newly remastered by the mighty Alden Tyrell. "Basics 4 Love" sounds like a female Prince protege philosophising over campy New York garage, complete with suspended strings and cool bleepy riff that arrives halfway through. From there "Jus Luv" is deep and jazzy with a Bobby Konders vibe and "Show You Luv" features slammin kicks and snares and Nightcrawlers melodies.
CCC 031
10 Mar 17
Deep House
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Flutes (165th Street mix) - (5:35) 121 BPM
   
It's Gonna Be Alright (Be Smoove dub) - (6:39) 121 BPM
   
Nite Roads - (6:54) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Be Free (vocal mix) - (6:54) 121 BPM
   
Back To NY/NJ - (4:27) 123 BPM
   
Don't Wanna Let U Go - (8:29) 123 BPM
   
Crying Strings - (7:08) 126 BPM
   
Back To House (Jovonn classic goldhouse mix) - (7:40) 122 BPM
   
Erson's Keys - (7:43) 123 BPM
   
Where Did House Go (Did Goldhouze mix) - (6:47) 123 BPM
   
NYNJ - (5:35) 120 BPM
   
Pianos Of Gold - (6:24) 123 BPM
CCC 027
22 Dec 14
Deep House
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Project X - (6:55) 120 BPM
   
I Can't Make Up My Mind - (7:40) 122 BPM
   
This Thing Is Jammin' (original mix) - (9:01) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
This Thing Is Jammin' (dub) - (3:51) 120 BPM
Review: Clone reissues some timeless tracks from the vaults of US producer Jovonn. "Project X" is a killer disco house track, its muddy bass and screeching saxophone riff lending it a raucously soulful feeling. "I Can't Make Up My Mind" is based on a dark, jacking rhythm and a deeply soulful albeit somewhat tortured vocal - 'can't u see I'm yearning' - that belie Jovonn's gospel roots. There are also two versions of "This Thing Is Jammin. In its original format, the stripped back rhythm plays host to a stuttering vocal sample, while the dub version sees Jovonn bring the crashing cymbals and grainy drums to the fore for the track-heads.
CCC 026
14 Oct 13
Minimal/Tech House
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Car Scene One - (0:48) 60 BPM
   
AudiofileSeven - (2:39) 72 BPM
   
Audiofile 12 - (4:55) 68 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
AudiofileFive - (3:52) 54 BPM
   
AudiofileNine - (2:44) 89 BPM
   
Motorway Sparks AF18 - (3:03) 89 BPM
   
Vinyl Seat - (5:09) 65 BPM
   
Audiofile 10 - (4:55) 67 BPM
   
#15 - (5:39) 68 BPM
   
AF16 - (4:08) 66 BPM
   
Jingle 11b - (0:29) 68 BPM
   
Aluminium Rectangles - (3:11) 71 BPM
   
Malice - (4:06) 63 BPM
   
20/20 - (3:16) 77 BPM
   
Warm Humans - (2:22) 68 BPM
   
Version 19 - (3:49) 69 BPM
   
Cinematic-Automatic - (3:40) 70 BPM
   
Flame Job - (5:10) 65 BPM
   
Fony - (4:33) 65 BPM
   
Beau Ideal - (3:52) 100 BPM
   
Final Auto Attendant (Alt version) - (1:00) 64 BPM
Review: Le Car is the side project of Ian R. Clark & Adam Miller: one half of Detroit electro punks ADULT. and co-owner of the seminal Ersatz Audio. Here Dutch retroverts Clone Classics compile some of the duo's finest moments over the years between 1996 - 2000 and believe us there's many. Where the project differs from Miller's main musical outlet is less emphasis on punk/cold wave aesthetics (as he did with Nicola Kuperus) and more focus on tougher/grittier Detroit electro-funk grooves. The dirty subterranean boom and snap of "Audiofileeight" from 1996 is as aquatic as anything Drexciya or Ectomorph were doing at the time, "#15" from '97 is where the synths get more wacky and dope sounding: like something out of Space Invaders on acid. Another great example is "Cinematic-Automatic" from '98 which is the best example of deep, dark and minimal electro in the same vein as homegrown heroes Dopplereffekt.
CCC 030
17 Feb 17
Experimental/Electronic
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Magical Body (vocal version) - (5:14) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Magical Body (extended instrumental version) - (7:15) 127 BPM
Played by: AJELLO
C#CC 006
04 Mar 07
Disco/Nu-Disco
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To Be Or Not To Be? (original mix) - (6:16) 131 BPM
   
The Gathering (Gerd edit) - (6:29) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
To Be Or Not To Be? (May Day mix) - (6:31) 131 BPM
   
The Gathering (Pain mix) - (5:06) 84 BPM
Review: Second time around for Neal Howard's 1988 techno classic "To Be Or Not To Be", a cut that could be considered the missing link between vintage Detroit futurism and the alien funk of the UK's emerging bleep techno scene. This time round, the fantastic original mix - all bubbly bleep melodies, hustling drum machine handclaps and slick futurist sheen - comes accompanied by a fresh Gerd edit of Terry Baldwin's "The Gathering" mix. It's a tidy edit that does an excellent job in showcasing Baldwin's hybrid Chicago house/Detroit techno rework. On the virtual B-side you'll find Baldwin's original Gathering Pain Mix - a little darker and sweatier, but still full of jaunty early house pianos - and the dizzying futurist hustle of Derrick May's '88 May Day Mix.
CCC 032
18 Dec 17
Deep House
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I Can't Stay Away (Ron Hardy's Club Mix) - (7:04) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
I Can't Stay Away (Power Pella) - (7:26) 120 BPM
C#CC014
15 Oct 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Single Girl - "Single Girl" - (6:12) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Single Girl - "Single Girl" (instrumental) - (6:40) 116 BPM
   
Single Girl - "D-Rail" - (5:24) 122 BPM
C#CC 004
19 Jan 07
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Ecology - (4:53) 128 BPM
   
Bender World - (4:47) 128 BPM
   
Duplovision - (4:35) 126 BPM
   
Biosoft - (3:57) 136 BPM
   
Monoman - (4:36) 126 BPM
   
Overload - (4:15) 123 BPM
   
Popcorn - (4:53) 124 BPM
   
Mirrors - (4:32) 118 BPM
   
Let's Go - (3:29) 132 BPM
   
Nylon - (4:24) 131 BPM
   
Beat That Perculator - (5:13) 125 BPM
   
Dolfinarium - (5:47) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
C#CC 016CD
10 Feb 09
Techno
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