Tiga ‎– American Gigolo

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1 Linda Lamb Hot Room (Tiga Remix)
Remix – Mateo Murphy, TigaWritten-By, Producer – Linda Lamb
4:58
2 Trike Featuring Audiomat Electric Day
Written-By, Producer – Audiomat
2:02
3 Tuxedomoon What Use (Ectomorph Rmx)
Remix – EctomorphWritten-By – Reininger*, Principle*, Brown*, Tong*
1:17
4 DMX Krew Cold Heart Part II
Written-By, Producer – Ed DMX
2:24
5 Dopplereffekt Pornoactress
Written-By, Producer – Rudolf Klorzeiger
1:03
6 Trike Talk Back
Written-By, Producer – Trike
1:31
7 DJ Naughty Boing Bum Tschag
Written-By, Producer – Filippo Naughty Moscatello*
4:14
8 Tiga and Zyntherius Sunglasses At Night
Producer – Jori Hulkkonen, TigaWritten-By – Corey Heart*
3:10
9 Mitsu Shylight
Written-By, Producer – Kevin Ross
2:39
10 Filippo Naughty Moscatello* Communicate (Classic Mix)
Producer – Filippo Naughty Moscatello*Written-By – Wilson*, Patterson*
5:33
11 Miss Kittin & The Hacker Frank Sinatra 2001
Written-By, Producer – Caroline Herve*, Michel Amato
1:58
12 David Carretta Vicious Game
Written-By, Producer – David Carretta
1:29
13 Christopher Just I'm A Disco Dancer
Written-By, Producer – Christopher Just
2:48
14 Der Zyklus Elektronisches Zeitecho
Written-By, Producer – Heinrich Mueller
3:26
15 Vitalic You Prefer Cocaine
Written-By, Producer – Vitalic
4:46
16 System F Soul On Soul (The Hacker Remix)
Remix – The HackerVocals – Marc AlmondWritten-By – Ferry Corsten, Marc Almond
4:46
17 The Advent In Range
Written-By, Producer – Cisco Ferreira
2:40
18 Miss Kittin & The Hacker Gratin Dauphinois
Written-By, Producer – Caroline Herve*, Michel Amato
2:25
19 Miss Kittin & The Hacker Stock Exchange
Written-By, Producer – Caroline Herve*, Michel Amato
5:10
20 Vitalic Poney Part 1
Written-By, Producer – Vitalic
2:13
21 Jeff Mills Theme From "2000"
Written-By, Producer – Jeff Mills
2:14
22 Terence Fixmer Out In The Space
Written-By, Producer – Terence Fixmer
2:23
23 David Carretta Aspiration
Written-By, Producer – David Carretta
0:22
24 David Carretta Metal Disco Class
Written-By, Producer – David Carretta
5:04
25 Fischerspooner Emerge
Vocals [Additonal] – Lizzy YoderWritten-By, Producer – Casey Spooner, Warren Fischer
3:15

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The best of International DeeJay Gigolo Records
this compilation is powered by Turbo
©+® 2002 INTERNATIONAL DEEJAY GIGOLO RECORD
Made in Europe
STEREO

Track 5 title is incorrectly stated as "Porno Actress" on release artwork.
Track 11 title is incorrectly stated as "Frank Sinatra (2001)" on release artwork.
Track 16 is incorrectly credited to "Marc Almond" on release artwork.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 18752 75852 9
  • Matrix / Runout: A0100401276-0101 13 A2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 943R
  • Label Code: LC 10195
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

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
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 11 years ago

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.