Hell ‎– Teufelswerk


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GIGOLO 250 Hell Teufelswerk(2xCD, Album) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO 250 Germany 2009 Sell This Version
WKYCD023 Hell Teufelswerk(2xCD, Album) Wakyo Records WKYCD023 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
GIGOLO 250 Hell Teufelswerk(2xCD, Album, Promo) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO 250 Germany 2009 Sell This Version
GIGOLO250LP Hell Teufelswerk(3x12", Album) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO250LP Germany 2009 Sell This Version



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December 2, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Teufelswerk, 2xCD, Album, GIGOLO 250

P. Diddy, on the track "The DJ," exhorts DJs to hit people 'with that 13-14 minute version' of tracks, to 'engulf them' in the music. And Hell, on his double album TEUFELSWERK, does just that, immersing his listeners in long, extended grooves for the 'Night' disc. Bryan Ferry's smooth vocals on "You Can Dance" provides a nice contrast to the steady electro thrum underneath. For those who prefer more robotic vocals, "Electronic Germany" or "Bodyfarm²" will do the trick. But it's the high-pitched, twitchy "The Disaster" that should catch the most attention (the plinking strings of "Wonderland," though, come in a close second.) The 'Day' disc starts with the ever-morphing ambience of "Germania," while "The Angst" has a quiet beat that steadies it at first, and the breakdown for a guitar interlude, it tottles into light acid territory. "Nightclubbing" is all strings and romance. The awesomely titled "I Prefer Women To Men Anyway" goes for a more rhythmic approach, and "Hell's Kitchen" almost gets us back onto the dance floor. But, really, this album is good for any time of day.