DJ Hell* ‎– Hell Ärgere Dich Nicht

Disko B ‎– db 26
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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Dave Clarke Side
A Hot In The Heels Of Love (Dave Clarke Remix)
Remix – Dave ClarkeWritten By – DJ Hell / Mijk Van DijkWritten-By – DJ Hell*, Mijk Van Dijk
Jeff Mills Side
AA Allerseelen (Jeff Mills Remix)
Remix – Jeff MillsWritten By – R. Bartz / DJ HellWritten-By – DJ Hell*, R. Bartz*

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  • Mastered ByG.P.*


© Sub-up-records mvlg.
℗ 1994 Disko B
Made in Germany.
This is the second edition, pressed on black vinyl.
Labels incorrectly state each track on the wrong side.
Sides are noted as DAVE CLARKE SIDE and JEFF MILLS SIDE respectively in runout grooves.

Direct Metal Mastering

Versions with labels on correct sides exist as well, but seem to be less frequent.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): EFA-MS-12266 | DAVE CLARKE SIDE | G. Pauler
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): EFA-MS-12266 JEFF MILLS SIDE DMM G.P.
  • Barcode (Printed): 0 718751 226661
  • Barcode (Scanned): 718751226661
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 8153

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
db 26 DJ Hell* Hell Ärgere Dich Nicht(12", Cle) Disko B db 26 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
GIGOLO 304 DJ Hell* Hell Ärgere Dich Nicht(12", RE, RM) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO 304 Germany 2018 Sell This Version
db 26 DJ Hell* Hell Ärgere Dich Nicht(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Disko B db 26 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
db 26 DJ Hell* Hell Ärgere Dich Nicht(12") Disko B db 26 Germany 1994 Sell This Version


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November 22, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Hot on the heels - only Wagner is more German and only Jeff Mills is more Techno. You dont like this? you dont like techno.
Plus, more cowbell than "We need more Cowbell" and a whistle!!! I mean really, this is the nuts!


January 22, 2017

Hard as fucking nails, Dave Clarke's production on this is peerless. Both sides are techno in its purist form, before anyone got to it and tried to make it mainstream.


May 6, 2016
Hard slamming over driven carnival rumble funk techno - if you were in a techno club circa 95 and they didn't play this you were in the wrong club. Clark - in his prime.


November 12, 2010

Simply one of the best hard techno records ever made. Acid, funk, arena-deep basslines, whatever you want.


April 15, 2008

One of my best pieces of vinyl right there. This record is a total banger and both sides are just blasting. Too bad there isnt more like this anymore out there, this was a prime cut from the meat of the techno era. Super duper yummy good nicey nice techno for the people who know. This is never ever leaving my record collection and now that I think about it I should make a mix with this in it just to enjoy the tune again.


February 1, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Hot In The Heels Of Love is often listed wrongly and mistakenly called Hot On The Heels Of Love (listed incorrectly on carl cox's f.a.c.t!)
Anyway, this is a sublime piece of pure techno that will instantly make you want to play it over and over again. This piece of vinyl makes most modern day techno seem bland and uninteresting in comparison. Oh and I forgot to mention; it's absolutely banging!!!



April 30, 2004

The first play of 'Hot On The Heels Of Love' prompted my mate to state (with a confused expression) '<i>I think your speakers are f*cked</i>'. Which pretty much sums up Dave Clarke's mix - in a positive way. A metallic, clanging, distorted stomp that sounds like a smashed up car, that is somehow funky as hell. But 'Allerseelen' has my preference. Trademark Jeff Mills loops and textures arranged to create a sound that is consistent but never quite the same throughout. Glorious from beginning to end!