MARCEL DETTMANN – SELECTORS 003

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Although hes now known as one of the worlds most celebrated techno artists, even Marcel Dettmann had to start somewhere. Long before he ever held court at Berghain (or its predecessor, Ostgut), he was just another young boy in Eastern Germany, one whose earliest encounters with capitalism involved spending every penny he could scrape together down at the local record shop. In those days, it wasnt techno that got him excited, but new wave, post-punk, industrial and EBM acts like Front 242 and Depeche Mode. Get back to his roots right here.

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[DKMNTLSLCTRS003] Marcel Dettmann – Selectors 003

a1. Front 242 – Don’t Crash
a2. The Force Dimension – Algorythm (Manipulating Mix)
a3. Executive Slacks – So Mote It Be
b1. Martin Dupont – The Light Goes Through My Mouth
b2. A Thunder Orchestra – Diabolical Gesture (Marcel Dettmann Edit)
b3. Twice A Man – Happy Life
c1. Cabaret Voltaire – Low Cool (Marcel Dettmann Edit)
c2. Kaa Antilope – Rise Up Helicopter, Like A Bird
c3. Clan Of Xymox – A Day
d1. Ministry – Same Old Madness
d2. Fad Gadget – Back To Nature