3 Phase Feat. Dr. Motte ‎– Klang Der Familie (The Remixes)

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Track 5 remix and additional production for Plus 8 Records.
Mixed at Virus Lab, Berlin.
Published by Edition Space Teddy.
Licensed from Tresor / Interfisch
℗ & © 1992 Tresor / Interfisch

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 016025 680474
  • Barcode (String): 5016025680474

Other Versions (5 of 24) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Tresor 6 3 Phase Featuring Dr. Motte 3 Phase Featuring Dr. Motte - Der Klang Der Familie(12") Tresor Tresor 6 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
74321 73968 2 3 Phase Feat. Dr. Motte 3 Phase Feat. Dr. Motte - Der Klang Der Familie (Revisited)(CD, Maxi, Enh) Low Spirit Recordings 74321 73968 2 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
74321 73968 1 3 Phase Feat. Dr. Motte 3 Phase Feat. Dr. Motte - Der Klang Der Familie (Revisited) Original & Remixes(12") Low Spirit Recordings 74321 73968 1 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
74321 73968 1 3 Phase Feat. Dr. Motte 3 Phase Feat. Dr. Motte - Der Klang Der Familie (Revisited) Remixes(12") Low Spirit Recordings 74321 73968 1 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
MS17 3 Phase Featuring Dr. Motte 3 Phase Featuring Dr. Motte - Der Klang Der Familie(12") Transmat MS17 US 1992 Sell This Version

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mindblow_

mindblow_

February 15, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
There's not much to say about 'Der Klang Der Familie' that hasn't been said already. A true Berlin techno classic, bona fide. Sehr gut Berlin tekno. I just love the way that it sounds like it's the year '92 all over again but the whole concept is utterly timeless. It doesn't follow any rules or familiar patterns and it isn't meant to please everyone. And that's what makes so good, a landmark in tekno history. Nothing, I mean nothing on this planet, can beat the original version and this NovaMute release has five versions from Sven Röhrig (3 Phase) and one from some guy called Richie Hawtin. Taking into consideration how remarkable and unorthodox the original song is, it's bit of a letdown that the other four versions (the original excluded) aren't really that special and out of them all only the Crash mix is somewhat worth remembering. But imagine what you could do with this track? You know, many have tried and like I said, the original is still the holy grail, and it seems that even Mr. 3 Phase wasn't able to defeat the greatness of the original. Mr. Hawtin's version, on the other hand, is rather good. Almost everything that was released under his F.U.S.E. moniker is wroth checking out and this is no exception. Richie beats the living scheisse out of that rubber band acid line and overall the results are quite impressive.
It really doesn't matter that much which release you get. As long as it's dated pre Y2K. And it has the original version (well, if you follow the previous precondition, the latter one is an easy task).