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Playgroup
1-01 Chris & Cosey This Is Me 2:54
1-02 Just-Ice Turbocharged 3:41
1-03 Original Concept Knowledge Me (Xtra Beats) 3:07
1-04 Whodini Magic's Wand 5:34
1-05 Tilt Arkade Funk 5:54
1-06 Dynamix 2* Just Give The DJ A Break 2:37
1-07 Mr & Mrs Dale* It's You 5:01
1-08 Energize* Report To The Dancefloor 2:51
1-09 Hashim Al - Naafiysh 2:21
1-10 Visage Pleasure Boys (Dance Mix)
Remix – John Luongo, Visage
2:05
1-11 Model 500 No Ufo's 3:52
1-12 Fearless 4* Just Rock 6:17
1-13 Unknown DJ* Basstronic (Instrumental) 4:17
1-14 Ryuichi Sakamoto Riot In Lagos 5:39
1-15 Vanity 6 Make Up 2:35
1-16 C-Bank One More Shot 4:05
1-17 High Fidelity 3* B-Boys Breakdance (Dub) 3:53
1-18 Deee Lite* What Is Love (Holographic Goatee Mix) 4:08
1-19 Junior Wilson Dock Of The Bay (Version) 2:43
Alter Ego
2-01 Psyche Neurotic Behaviour (Mayday Reproduction Mix)
Mixed By [Uncredited] – Mayday
3:07
2-02 Daniel Bell Baby Judy 5:49
2-03 Modeler Mint Condition 3:26
2-04 Maurizio M4 3:59
2-05 Azzido Da Bass Dooms Night (Timo Maas Remix)
Remix [Derived] – Timo Maas
5:23
2-06 Detroit Grand Pubahs Big Onion (Joakim Remix)
Remix – Joakim
3:00
2-07 Chicken Lips He Not In 3:48
2-08 Kenny Larkin Colonize 3:11
2-09 Dopplereffekt Cellular Phone 4:56
2-10 Elastic Reality Cassa De X (Deep Dish Does X)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Dubfire & Sharam
7:25
2-11 Low Res Amuck 3:18
2-12 Plastikman Kricket 2:34
2-13 Acid Jesus Radium 5:13
2-14 Robert Hood Minus 2:44
2-15 Mu Chair Girl 3:46
2-16 Galaxy To Galaxy* Jupiter Jazz 4:24

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rapster Records
  • Copyright (c) – Rapster Records
  • Mastered At – Masterpiece

Credits

  • Art Direction [AD], Design – Thomas Mc Callion*
  • Compiled By, DJ Mix – Alter Ego (tracks: 2-01 to 2-16), Playgroup (tracks: 1-01 to 1-19)
  • Directed By [Project Direction] – Joel Davies, Juan Vandervoort
  • Liner Notes – Jim Butler

Notes

Track 1-13 appears as: Basstronic - Unknown DJ (Instrumental)
Track 1-14 is not credited, and the listed tracks 1-14 to 1-18 are actually 1-15 to 1-19 on the CD.
Track 2-01: The remix title is missing.

℗ Rapster Records 2007
© Rapster Records 2007

Mastered at Masterpiece London
Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 730003907128
  • Label Code: LC 07306

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR0073 LP Various The Kings Of Electro Part B ‎(2xLP, Comp) Rapster Records RR0073 LP Germany 2007
RR0071 LP Various The Kings Of Electro Part A ‎(2xLP, Comp) Rapster Records RR0071 LP Germany 2007
RR0071CD Various The Kings Of Electro ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Rapster Records RR0071CD Germany 2007


Playgroup And Alter Ego - The Kings Of Electro album mp3
Performer: Playgroup
Genre: Electronic
Title: The Kings Of Electro
Country: Germany
Released: 2007
Style: Techno, Electro
MP3 version ZIP size: 1379 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1350 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 235
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Lcena
This is a very confusing release. Take a brief look at the listing and you can easily tell that there are two totally different mixes featured here. Yes yes, there's nothing wrong with that but let me explain... Playgroup's take on electro is quite predictable as far as the song choices are concerned. Well known classics from Dynamix II, Model 500, and Hashim a get along well with lesser known electro classics but the thing is that the mixing is quite bad. Or maybe is you like quick mix-it-out-mix-it-in style you won't mind but for me the performance is poor. But if you like proper old skool electro disc one manages to deliver the expectations. The second disc by Alter Ego, is, um, supposed to represent modern electro. Well, you have to very open minded to agree or then electro is just a general term for any kind of electronic music. What we have here is all the styles possible, minimal techno by Daniel Bell, dreadful electro house by Chicken Lips, classic dub techno by Maurizio, UK garage styled 'Dooms Night' remix by Timo Maas. Only some tunes can be seen as electro or electro influenced, but like I said, only a very extensive interpretation can see this mix as electro and to me the concept of electro is almost completely missing. However, some of the tunes are absolutely essential and mind blowing such as harsh techno of Acid Jesus, minimal masterpiece by Robert Hood, and the divine slice of techno heaven by Galaxy To Galaxy. And the mixing is nice as well so what the second disc offers is not modern electro but a nice classic techno mix. Confused? At least I am but that doesn't prevent me from enjoying both discs.