Hell ‎– Totmacher Interpretationen

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Disko B ‎– db50
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Music For Films (Club Mix, Baby Ford)
Remix – Baby Ford
8:48
B Music For Films (Remix, James Pennington)
Remix – The Suburban Knight*
7:38
BB Totmacher (Euro 96 Mix, Regis)
Remix – Regis
5:03

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Track names do not appear on this release.
Side B track positions listed as B and BB.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 18751 22906 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): db50 - EFA 12290-6 A D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): db50 - EFA 12290-6 B D&M
  • Label Code: LC 8153
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
db 50 DJ Hell* Totmacher Remixes(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Disko B db 50 Germany 1996 Sell This Version

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drox26

drox26

July 29, 2016
I agree with Rolfmulder the Baby Ford mix of this is excellent
rolfmulder

rolfmulder

July 29, 2016
Took me such a long time to find out what this was, the Baby Ford could easily be a Legowelt mix. The Pennington and Regis ones are also fucking incredible, this is how you do remix EP's.
Klaus151

Klaus151

July 24, 2009
edited over 4 years ago

Now this is one of the more succesful remix efforts committed onto vinyl.

The original written by Hell for the movie Totmacher, gets in the hands of some of the profilic mid-90's techno artists within their own fields.

Baby Ford works with the signature Hell trademark that is the reversed cello sound which for instance was used on the Albino EP from 1995. The result is a brooding symphony of dire slow motion afterparty scenarios.

Regis brings out the so-called, beloved "Mono Trax" term to maximum effect, which honestly is mindless music, but I still do like this mix as a very effective tool. Like an acquaintance put it back then: "Imagine two amoebas colliding repeatedly 140 times per minute". That pretty much summons it up but it works like a charm!

However, the standout here and highlight on the reoord for me personally, is the industrial based Suburban Knight mix. Operating with sharp and unpleasant sounds like the gut-wobbling bassline, distinct kickdrum accentuated on the midrange and rattling Detroit hi-hats.