Rok ‎– Sturm Und Drang

Label:
Tresor ‎– Tresor.115
Series:
Globus Mix – Vol.3
Format:
CD, Mixed
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Tracklist

01 Anthony "Shake" Shakir* Foundry 2:06
02 Rok & Disko Dual 3:24
03 Gary Martin Tiger Trance 1:42
04 S. Malm* Midnight Groove 1:47
05 Two Men On Wax* Demolition Man 2:45
06 Paul Johnson The Music In Me 1:30
07 DJ Funk Freak Like Me 2:23
08 Anthony "Shake" Shakir* Plugged In 4:09
09 Beroshima Good Morning Berlin 3:08
10 Soundhack B2 2:43
11 Hell For Your Love 2:16
12 Phuture 303 Alpha & Omega 4:21
13 Rok Kong 2:51
14 DJ Naughty 300 Mhz 1:53
15 Luke Slater Class Action 2:36
16 Rok & Jonzon Aqua Regia 1:52
17 Rok & Jonzon Sequential Polka 4:31
18 Rok Track 5 1:18
19 Welt In Scherben Welt In Scherben 1 5:34
20 Reese Inside Out 3:22
21 E-Dancer Heavenly 3:35

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Credits

Notes

℗&© 1999
Made in Germany
Distributed by EFA Distribution

Misprinted (Tracks 5 and 6 are inverted on the cover).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18755 6112 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 71875561124
  • Label Code: LC 07572
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • ASIN: B00000IWWK

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hysteric

hysteric

September 20, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
Great track selection of dark, funky and jackin stuff, including a lot of Rok's own productions.
Unfortunately this is let down by some of the worst mixing ever heard on a commercially released DJ mix..
Throughout the set are weird transitions where tracks clatter out of time or stop abruptly, breaking the whole flow of the mix.
Don't get me wrong.. I actually prefer mixes where you can hear the 'hand' of the DJ occasionally, it reminds us that there is a person selecting and mixing the tracks, rather than it taking place in a sterile digital environment.
Stacey Pullen's DJ-Kicks CD from '96 is often pointed out (unfairly) as an example of sloppy mixing, but this one is a far worse offender.