Agoria ‎– Touched By ...

[PIAS] Recordings ‎– PIASF 084, [PIAS] Recordings ‎– 942.0084.130
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM

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A La 11eme Marche (Alexander Kowalski Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Alexander Kowalski
B1 Kofea (Eedio Speaking Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Eedio
B2 Sky Is Clear (Michael Mayer Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Michael Mayer

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A-Side plays @ 45rpm
B-Side plays @ 33rpm

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September 15, 2008

Although it doesn't contain any of his originals, this is easily my favorite Agoria 12". It goes without saying that the Kowalski remix is one of his best, perhaps THE best, taking an already classic song to new heights. As much as I love Phil Kieran's remix that came out before this, this one is just a bit, I don't know, "happier" sounding, which makes it a better choice for an audience that isn't into the dark stuff. Let's not forget the wonderful remix that Eedio provides as well. Beautifully produced electro with vocals that work so well. I keep finding myself coming back to this track to segway from tech house into harder electro. It's a no brainer! Mayer's remix is OK, but doesn't do it for me like the other two do. All in all, this is a fantastic 12" and highly recommended for techno & electro fans.


October 2, 2006
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Marché was a hit itself, though not very innovative, the sound of the original rocked dancefloors and festivals alike with it´s ravey appeal. But after You listened to Alexander Kowalskis remix on this one, you might just have to reinvent your perception of rave classic. The melancholic pad, the full on detuned wobble bassline make this record a epic rave anthem, that just happens to rock every dancefloor. Alexander Kowalski provides us with his definitely best remix ever. listen to the set in and the pitch-increase of kowalskis perfect ride, when he illustrates the break and intensity with minimal drumchanges while the main pad and bassline will leave you screaming for more.