Apparat ‎– Things To Be Frickled

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The japanese version features a different track on 1-2 (Ellen Allien instead of Swayzak) and a different version of track 2-11 ("exclusive to you people in Japan").

Tracklist

Apparat Remixes 59:44
Francesco Tristano Strings Of Life (Apparat Rmx) 4:49
Swayzak Smile And Receive (Apparat Rmx) 7:14
Raz Ohara & The Odd Orchestra* Where He At (Apparat Rmx) 5:13
Boysnoize* Shine Shine (Apparat Rmx) 6:52
Paul Kalkbrenner Queer Fellow (Ellen Allien & Apparat Rmx) 6:15
Nathan Fake Charlie's House (Apparat Rmx) 6:23
Lusine* Drip (Apparat Rmx) 3:28
Apparat Fractales (Apparat Ibiza Version) 5:29
Meteo* / Thiel* Bass And Go (Apparat Rmx) 4:11
Nitrada Fading Away (Apparat Rmx) 4:20
Moderat Feat. Paul St Hilaire* Let Your Love Grow (Apparat Live Version) 5:28
Remix Apparat 55:16
Apparat & Raz Ohara Komponent (Telefon Tel Aviv Rmx) 4:19
Apparat & Raz Ohara Holdon (Chris De Luca Vs. Phon.o Rmx) 4:04
Apparat Arcadia (Telefon Tel Aviv Rmx) 7:45
Apparat & Raz Ohara Holdon (Modeselektor Rmx) 5:50
Apparat & Raz Ohara Hailin From The Edge (Shrubbn!! Rmx) 3:43
Apparat Arcadia (Boysnoize Version) 3:49
Apparat Schallstrom (Thomas Fehlmann Rmx) 6:12
Apparat Contradiction (Lusine Rmx) 4:53
Apparat Steinholz (Monolake Rmx) 4:43
Apparat Wooden (Anders Ilar Rmx) 6:48
Apparat & Raz Ohara Holdon (Raz Ohara's A Minor Version) 3:10

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STRIKE89CD Apparat Things To Be Frickled(2xCD, Comp) Shitkatapult STRIKE89CD Germany 2008 Sell This Version
PCD-26022/3 Apparat Things To Be Frickled(2xCD, Comp) P-Vine Records PCD-26022/3 Japan 2008 Sell This Version
iF1003 Apparat Things To Be Frickled(2xCD, Comp) Infiné iF1003 France 2008 Sell This Version

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July 9, 2008
referencing Things To Be Frickled, 2xCD, Comp, STRIKE89CD

Deep IDM from Apparat, both doing remix duties and getting himself remixed. Swayzak’s dancefloor sensibilities get a click and cut treatment in “Smile and Receive,” and Boyznoize receive an electro-flavored mix of “Shine Shine.” He gets a hand from Ellen Allien for a dark mix of Paul Kalkbrenner’s “Queer Fellow,” while Raz Ohara has the gentleness of “Where He At” echoed in a slow and thoughtful mix that explodes with sound 2/3s of the way through. The female vocals on Nitrada’s “Fading Away” receive a backdrop of clattering percussion. But it’s his mix of Lusine’s “Drift” that stands out the most, a stuttering melody that gives way to long, modulated synths. But Apparat (oftentimes accompanied by Raz Ohara) receive as good as they get: Telefon Tel Aviv get their hands on two tracks, “Komponent” and “Arcadia,” and work their considerable mellow magic on the former and go to the dancefloor with the latter. Meanwhile, Chris de Luca and Phono get groovy with “Holdon” while Modeselektor gives the track an acid flashback. Boyznoize return the favor on “Arcadia” with an almost ambient mix, punctuated with acoustic guitar and Rhodes chords. Monolake take “Steinholz” on a deep and abstract journey, and Anders Ilar gets even more blissful with “Wooden.” After repeated listens, I’d say Apparat frickles well, in addition to being well-frickled.