Three Kings (DJ Sakin Meets Schwarze Puppen)* ‎– Tokyo

Overdose ‎– DOSE 096
Vinyl, 12"


Artist printed on sleeve as Three Kings (DJ Sakin Meets Schwarze Puppen).

"Tokyo" contains elements of the Metallica Hit "Nothing Else Matters"

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DOSE 096 Three Kings Tokyo(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Overdose DOSE 096 Germany 2002 Sell This Version


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September 2, 2018

Quite literally, one of their best productions, is Tokyo.

Hard, emotional and progressive. You would not expect the breakdown on a record with this build up.

You get 3 breakdowns in 1

When it drops, you get the Metallica - Nothing Else Matters riff. Then you get a synth that takes it up another level. From there, you get the hands in the air, and the stand up of hairs on your neck, with an almost angel/choir like sounding riff. They add their usual anticipation drum roll, it drops and then BOOM.

If you like your music loud, try, if you can, to keep yourself from dancing to this.

One of my prized records.


January 27, 2014
Tokyo - very nice,but for me much more better is...
Vancouver - absolutely brilliant.for me one of the best hardtrance track ever!


September 15, 2007

I must agree, "Tokyo" was never one of my favourites either. But imho people should buy this release for the B-side. Vancouver must be one of the most unknown and underrated (well, underplayed certainly!) tracks done by the masters Krämer & Pogadl. This track never bores me, especially when at about 3:25 the synth melody starts in a short and eerie breakdown. Still gives me shivers when I think about one party at Hemkade in Zaandam (Holland) when, just as I got in, DJ Marc La Cruz spun this one...Couldn't get to the dancefloor fast enough!