Niels Van Gogh vs. Eniac ‎– Pulverturm 2.0

Kosmo Records ‎– KOS 2101
2 × Vinyl, 12"

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A Pulverturm 2.0 (NVG's New Club Mix)
Remix – NVG*
B1 Pulverturm 2.0 (Eniac Tech Mix)
Remix – Eniac
B2 Pulverturm 2.0 (Eric Smax & Thomas Gold Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Eric Smax & Thomas Gold
C Pulverturm 2.0 (Scot Project Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Scot Project*
D Pulverturm 2.0 (Richard Durand Rmx)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Richard Durand

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New Mixes of NVG's first Hit Niels Van Gogh - Pulverturm from 1998.
Distributed by Discomania.
Mastered by MSM Studios, Munich.
Published by Top Ranking Music Publishing / Warner Chappell.
Recorded at Elektroraum Studio Berlin 2006.

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  • Label Code: LC 03252

Other Versions (5 of 37) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KOS 022 Niels Van Gogh Pulverturm(12") Kosmo Records KOS 022 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
none Niels Van Gogh vs. Eniac Niels Van Gogh vs. Eniac - Pulverturm 3.0(7xFile, MP3, Maxi, 320) Kosmo Records none Germany 2009
PDJ095DS Niels Van Gogh Pulverturm (Includes UK Remixes)(CD, Maxi) Ultra Violet Recordings PDJ095DS Australia 1998 Sell This Version
PDJ071DS Niels Van Gogh Pulverturm(CD, Maxi) Ultra Violet Recordings PDJ071DS Australia 1998 Sell This Version
CLEL023 Niels van Gogh Vs. Eniac Niels van Gogh Vs. Eniac - Pulverturm (M.I.K.E. Mixes)(12") Club Elite CLEL023 Netherlands 2008 Sell This Version

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March 19, 2007
edited over 8 years ago
The best version of "Pulverturm 2.0" is missing from this release and can only be found on a maxi-cd or a to-be-released German dance compilation. The version I am speaking of is simply known as "radio edit" and is a version COMPLETELY different from all of the other 2.0 versions and remixes. The "radio edit" has an absolutely amazing and stunning italo disco-influenced beat of the 80's and is very soft and slow compared to the techno-house sounds on all of the new mixes. It's nothing like anything Niels' has ever done. Not only is this missing version the best version of the song, it is in my opinion, Niels' best work, surpassing that of the original version of "Pulverturm", "One Way Out", and "Doppelganger". Sadly, this missing mix, done by Niels himself, is left out for a number of un-enthusiastic remixes that all sound the same. And if they don't sound the same, then they do sound like everything else on the market today - bland and boring.


December 26, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

Yes, and Scot did it again. What a superb remix he created, leaving intact the basic idea behind the track but adding his well known epic buildup, with totally fresh tech-fused sounds. Once you think the track has reached its climax, it turns out he just fooled you and turns the hardness up a notch. Crowds will go completely insane when hearing the Scot Project remix.