Hell ‎– Teufelswerk

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Night
1-1 U Can Dance
Backing Vocals – Fury (13)Featuring, Vocals, Written-By – Bryan FerryProgrammed By, Synthesizer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Peter KruderRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – DJ Hell*Synthesizer, Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Christian Prommer, Roberto Di GioiaWritten-By – Dave Stewart*
9:45
1-2 Electronic Germany
Music By, Producer, Lyrics By – DJ Hell*Music By, Producer, Lyrics By, Vocals, Producer [Additional Production] – Anthony Rother
8:02
1-3 The DJ
Featuring, Music By, Lyrics By, Vocals – P. DiddyMixed By – &MeMusic By, Producer – &MEMusic By, Producer, Mixed By – DJ Hell*
8:18
1-4 The Disaster
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Mijk van DijkProducer [Additional Production] – &Me
10:26
1-5 Bodyfarm²
Music By, Producer, Vocals – Anthony Rother, DJ Hell*Producer – &ME
7:13
1-6 Hellracer
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Mijk van DijkProducer [Additional Production] – &Me
6:10
1-7 Wonderland
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*Music By, Producer, Producer [Additional Production] – Anthony RotherProducer [Additional Production] – &Me
9:29
1-8 Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Stefan Robbers, Terrace
9:20
Day
2-1 Germania
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Roberto Di GioiaMusic By, Producer, Programmed By – Christian PrommerMusic By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter Kruder
9:16
2-2 The Angst & The Angst Pt 2
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Roberto Di GioiaMusic By, Producer, Programmed By – Christian PrommerMusic By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter Kruder
13:18
2-3 Carte Blanche
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Roberto Di GioiaMusic By, Producer, Programmed By – Christian PrommerMusic By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter Kruder
1:00
2-4 Nightclubbing
Music By – Roberto Di GioiaMusic By, Producer – DJ Hell*Music By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter KruderMusic By, Programmed By – Christian Prommer
2:15
2-5 I Prefer Women To Men Anyway
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Roberto Di GioiaMusic By, Producer, Programmed By – Christian PrommerMusic By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter KruderSynthesizer [Roland Sh101] – Patrick Pulsinger
5:01
2-6 Action
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Roberto Di GioiaMusic By, Producer, Programmed By – Christian PrommerMusic By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter Kruder
0:41
2-7 Hell's Kitchen
Music By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Roberto Di GioiaMusic By, Producer, Programmed By – Christian PrommerMusic By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter Kruder
8:28
2-8 Silver Machine
Featuring, Vocals – MarsmobilMusic By, Producer – DJ Hell*, Peter Kruder, Roberto Di GioiaMusic By, Producer, Programmed By – Christian PrommerVocals [Additional] – Billie Ray MartinWritten-By – David Anthony Brock*, Robert Newton Calvert*
5:32

Credits

  • Directed By, ConductorDJ Hell*
  • Engineer [Recording, Mixing], Synthesizer, Acoustic Guitar, Electronic Drums [Rhythm Machines], EffectsPeter Kruder
  • Mastered BySimon Davey
  • Programmed By, Drum Programming, Synthesizer, Vocals, EffectsChristian Prommer
  • Synthesizer [Roland Sh 101]Patrick Pulsinger
  • Synthesizer, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Organ [Wurlitzer], Electronic Drums [Beatbox], VocalsRoberto Di Gioia

Notes

Release comes in a gatefold cardboard slipcase.

Tracks 1-1, 2-1 to 2-7 recorded and mixed at G-Stone Studio 1, Vienna using SupaSound.
Track 1-2 mixed and recorded at PSI Studio/Germany.
Track 1-7 recorded at PSI Studio Germany Europe.

Track 2-8 original performed by Hawkwind featuring vocals by Lemmy.
The track 'Nightclubbing' contains a sample from the movie 'Liquid Sky'. DJ Hell and friends are honoured to include the work of Slava Tsukerman and dearly hope that he hears this album and contacts International Deejay Gigolo Records to be compensated for his contribution to 'Teufelswerk'.

All tracks mastered at The Exchange, London, UK.

Published by No Limits/BMG Ufa, Peyo Musica, Fauna Songs c/o Fanfare Musikverlag, Fanfare Musikverlag Publishing, Fab World Music, BMI, Justin Combs Publishing admn. by EMI April Music, Inc. (ASCAP), Ed. Babelfish/Freibank, Eevo Lute Songs, Edition Terranova/Universal Music, EMI Publishing and Copyright Control.
[p]&[c] 2009 International Dee Jay Gigolo Records & Publishing GmbH & Co KG.

On backcover track 1-8 is written as "Friday Saturday Sunday"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 414165 027652
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): docdata media NEWS GIGOLO250CDP
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): docdata media NEWS GIGOLO250CDP-2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ82
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 3613
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 3614
  • Label Code: LC 10195

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GIGOLO 250 Hell Teufelswerk(2xCD, Album, Promo) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO 250 Germany 2009 Sell This Version
WKYCD023 Hell Teufelswerk(2xCD, Album) Wakyo Records WKYCD023 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
GIGOLO250LP Hell Teufelswerk(3x12", Album) International Deejay Gigolo Records GIGOLO250LP Germany 2009 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

December 2, 2011
edited over 5 years ago

P. Diddy, on the track "The DJ," exhorts DJs to hit people 'with that 13-14 minute version' of tracks, to 'engulf them' in the music. And Hell, on his double album TEUFELSWERK, does just that, immersing his listeners in long, extended grooves for the 'Night' disc. Bryan Ferry's smooth vocals on "You Can Dance" provides a nice contrast to the steady electro thrum underneath. For those who prefer more robotic vocals, "Electronic Germany" or "Bodyfarm²" will do the trick. But it's the high-pitched, twitchy "The Disaster" that should catch the most attention (the plinking strings of "Wonderland," though, come in a close second.) The 'Day' disc starts with the ever-morphing ambience of "Germania," while "The Angst" has a quiet beat that steadies it at first, and the breakdown for a guitar interlude, it tottles into light acid territory. "Nightclubbing" is all strings and romance. The awesomely titled "I Prefer Women To Men Anyway" goes for a more rhythmic approach, and "Hell's Kitchen" almost gets us back onto the dance floor. But, really, this album is good for any time of day.