Dustin Zahn ‎– Stranger (To Stability)

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REK'D ‎– REKD001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Red Transparent
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  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A): RE̶KIDS 001 A' MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B): RE̶KIDS 001 B' MPO MATT C @ AIR

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
REKD001D Dustin Zahn Stranger (To Stability)(3xFile, MP3, 320) REK'D REKD001D UK 2009
REKD001DB Dustin Zahn Stranger (To Stability)(3xFile, WAV) REK'D REKD001DB UK 2009

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Zsolty

Zsolty

August 28, 2018

Both tracks are an awesome mix of the original track.
But in my honest opinion the "Podium" mix by Faki is one of the best techno anthem tracks released at the time.
Still gets a great reaction from the crowd nowadays.
djsodastream

djsodastream

August 15, 2017
these prices are crazy, bought this from here for £7 just 2 years ago
restless

restless

October 26, 2009
Another one of these unexpected trans-genre anthems that come out of nowhere and devastate dancefloors wherever they are being played. The two mixes here have equal earthquaking qualities : the "Podium" one for big post-trance rave rooms gets back to that good old mid 90s anthemic techno feel ; where the breakish "X-Break" version dares a modern approach of that old dancefloor trick, which could be named as the "siren climax", with unashamed success and let's admit it bonkers efficiency on any dancefloor.
What preserves this one from falling on the wrong side of cheese is Len Faki's sharp and dark production, probably inherited from his Berghain experience.
In any case one of the anthems of the year without question, but not for the faint-hearted "deep" DJs.
To be used right now before over-exposure!