Tiga ‎– American Gigolo

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MARCD-018 Tiga American Gigolo(CD, Comp, Mixed) Turbo MARCD-018 Canada 2001 Sell This Version
MARCD-018 Tiga American Gigolo(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Turbo MARCD-018 Canada 2001 Sell This Version
GIGOLO 85 Tiga American Gigolo(CD, Comp, Mixed) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO 85 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
325912004682, FNM014 Tiga American Gigolo(CD, Comp, Mixed) International Deejay Gigolo Records, FNM 325912004682, FNM014 Brazil 2002 Sell This Version

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Astronica

Astronica

July 28, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing American Gigolo, CD, Comp, Mixed, GIGOLO 85

Despite the fact that Tiga personally cherry-picked the 25 tracks present on this particular compilation from the International Deejay Gigolo Records label, in my opinion it takes about seven or eight tracks for the album to come to life. However, from Tiga And Zyntherius' 'Sunglasses At Night' onwards, this cd begins to take the listener on a rollercoaster ride through some storming pieces of electro, particularly when the grimy opening synths of David Carretta's 'Vicious Game' kick in. Personal highlights from this compilation include the aforementioned tracks, plus the relentless 'You Prefer Cocaine' by Vitalic, The Advent's 'In Range' and Miss Kittin & The Hacker's 'Gratin Dauphinois'. It might take a considerable amount of time for this compilation to really get into gear, but ultimately it is well worth the wait.
electrobot

electrobot

September 9, 2003
referencing American Gigolo, CD, Comp, Mixed, MARCD-018
This cd is definatly the best gigolo mix so far IMO. Very cruisy electro to start off with then builds up into very solid electro tunes - a must have for any electro die hard!
bubaslubas

bubaslubas

July 26, 2002
referencing American Gigolo, CD, Comp, Mixed, MARCD-018
Excellent mix. Tiga starts off with some "easy-going" electro hits before kicking off with the all-aclaimed "Sunglasses at Night", and proceeding with some of the best cult tracks around, in a blood-pumping set.

Strongly recommended, especially for the "Gigolo-style" followers.