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    The HackerCabaret Futura Vol. 2

    Label:Feis – FEIS016
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Techno

    Tracklist

    ANu-Nrg
    B1Classic Revisited Part 3
    B2Classic Revisited Part 4
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    Notes

    Classic Revisited Part 3 samples "It's More Fun To Compute" by Kraftwerk.

    Classic Revisited Part 4 samples the Aggro Mix of "Never Let Me Down Again" by Depeche Mode.

    A side plays at 45 RPM, B side at 33 ⅓ RPM

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Cabaret Futura Vol. 2 (12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Promo, Stickered)Feisfeis 016Germany2002
    New Submission
    Cabaret Futura Vol. 2 (3×File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps)FeisFEIS01F8Germany2002

    Reviews

    Jarren's profile picture
    Jarren
    The a-side track, Nu-Nrg, is as mentioned below a full-on oldschool Techno rave stomper complete with obligatory hoovers & whistles.

    It's not clever, but it's definitely big & hard.

    To be honest the real interest lies on the b-side. First, there's a tasty Techno rework of Kraftwerk's "It's More Fun To Compute", which was actually remixed in a Trance fashion a few years before this (see the M.I.K.E. remixes of Workstation). The original riff really lends itself well to an aggressive 4/4 vibe.

    Finally, the Hacker does what Depeche Mode fans have always wanted: A thumping, pounding rework of Never Let Me Down Again (Aggro mix). He takes the original steroid addled riff, slaps a 4/4 on top, puts a few rave whistles in the mix, and that's about it.

    Not clever. But don't tell it that, cos it'll smash your bloody face in.
    iamelectron's profile picture
    iamelectron
    'Nu-Nrg' doffs it's cap to those heady days of the 91/92 UK rave scene - plenty of Hoover and Beltram references. Sounds fantastic on a big beefy system - essential stuff.