Label:International Deejay Gigolo Records – GIGOLO 32
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
All Media, Compilation


A1Cellular Phone4:35
A2Technic 12004:29
B1Rocket Scientist3:19
B2Master Organism3:02
B5Plastiphilia 22:12
C1Voice Activated4:04
C2Speak & Spell4:24
C3Denki No Zuno2:49
FSterilization 22:28

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Biological socialism leads towards victory

Licensed from Dataphysix ℗ 1999 International Deejay Gigolo Records, (worldwide except ℗ Source/Virgin for France & UK/Ireland), © Edition Gigolo

Note: no catalog number printed on release. Catalog number derived from Matrix/Runout.

Uncredited information:
Tracks A1 to B4 originally released as "Fascist State" (DX 001).
Tracks C1 to D4 originally appear on "Infophysix" (DX 002).
Tracks E & F originally appear on "Sterilization" (DX 003)
Tracks A1 & B2 also appear on "Cellular" (MDX).
Track B5 is exclusive to this release.

The CD version has an exclusive track "Gesamtkunstwerk" (originally called Eugenics on the promo)

Track B2 originally titled "Superior Race".
Track D1 originally titled "Die Radiometre".
Track D4 titled as "Pornoviewer" on backside sleeve and "Pornovision" on center label.

Later repressed without the 7".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18752 95326 9
  • Barcode (String): 718752953269
  • Label Code: LC 10195
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): GIGOLO 32 A CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): GIGOLO 32 B CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): GIGOLO 32 C CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): GIGOLO 32 D CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E, etched): GIGOLO 32 E CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F, etched): GIGOLO 32 F CGB@D&M
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Other (Catalog number side A): EFA 29532-6 A
  • Other (Catalog number side B): EFA 29532-6 B
  • Other (Catalog number side C): EFA 29532-6 C
  • Other (Catalog number side D): EFA 29532-6 D
  • Other (Catalog number side E): EFA 29532-6 E
  • Other (Catalog number side F): EFA 29532-6 F

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Gesamtkunstwerk (CD, Compilation)International Deejay Gigolo RecordsEFA 29532-2Germany1999
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Gesamtkunstwerk (CD, Compilation)Source, SourceCDSOUR 003, 7243 5 24436 2 8France1999
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Gesamtkunstwerk (Cassette, Compilation)International Deejay Gigolo RecordsGIGOLO 32 MCGermany1999
Gesamtkunstwerk (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation, Repress)International Deejay Gigolo RecordsGIGOLO 32Germany1999
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Gesamtkunstwerk (CD, Compilation, Promo)International Deejay Gigolo RecordsEFA 29532-2Germany1999



  • Neto9's avatar
    Some of the comments below aren't encouraging for the pressing quality... can an owner of either version (clone or international deejay) clarify the quality for me? More than two tracks a side for dance music never bodes well for me
    • donkeyamon's avatar
      This techno sooth my soul while i am sleeping until noon or when in the basement building a plane with matchsticks, fingers licking good.

      emmy award of 2012 should be given by Detroit's Music Hall
      • ultrasound's avatar
        Edited 13 years ago
        Look past the intellectual, ironic, faux-ideological concepts [although admittedly they are quite fun] and listen to the music [shock!] This was the template modern, 'proper' electro album, at the time of its release. Vocoders, 808s and FM synthesis are all here. The songs are mostly stark, repetitive, sometimes 'adult' and often actually quite threatening. You will not get it after the first listen. You will appreciate these tracks the most if you entertain yourself or others by blending electro tracks together in a sequence - for that purpose they score 100%. Eventually the craftsmanship with which these pieces were created and the vague mystique which seems to be inherent in each will percolate down to you, if you're receptive to it. Just don't try to think it out. It's not that kind of record, at heart.
        • brokedog's avatar
          i heard this album was created as payment for dj Hells BMW which one of the band wrapped around a lampost or something after 'borrowing' it at some chemically enhanced party they were at. if you believe this then it is easy to see the album as being a friendly bit of a piss-take of dj Hell and his whole narcissistic plastic electro thing - think 'i want to make love to a mannequin' while looking at some of Hells album art. either way a great album, captures the ironicism of electro in a way that few have ever managed so explicitly while retaining a cold uneasiness and electronic funk which has seen few serious contenders. quite different from some of their other stuff like calibi you space etc. proper
          • dschmid's avatar
            Edited 13 years ago
            Chillingly beautiful release that, seen in retrospective, preceded the (80s electro/minimal/wave inspired) Electro revival we've seen in the early 2000s. I unsuspectingly picked this up in 1999 at a local record store and it instantly widened my musical preferences, introducing me to a whole new world thus far unknown to me. There have been other releases at that time that contributed as well but I don't remember any as vividly as I do the Dopplereffekt DLP. One of the few records that have truly changed my life.


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