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Marcel DETTMANN/VARIOUS

Selectors 003

Format: gatefold 2xLP
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 003
Released: 28 Jun 17
Genre: Coldwave/Synth
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. Front 242 - "Don't Crash" (4:54)
2. The Force Dimension - "Algorythm" (Manipulating mix) (2:46)
3. Executive Slacks - "So Mote It Be" (4:35)
Side 2
1. Martin Dupont - "The Light Goes Through My Mouth" (3:17)
2. A Thunder Orchestra - "Diabolical Gesture" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (4:28)
3. Twice A Man - "Happy Life" (4:49)
Side 3
1. Cabaret Voltaire - "Low Cool" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (4:40)
2. Kaa Antilope - "Rise Up Helicopter, Like A Bird" (3:59)
3. Clan Of Xymox - "A Day" (6:40)
Side 4
1. Ministry - "Same Old Madness" (5:10)
2. Fad Gadget - "Back To Nature" (5:51)
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Review

With the renewed attention surrounding industrial and EBM in the last few years (and its influence on techno, again), it's important that someone with credentials gives the new generation a decent history lesson. Fitting that Berghain resident and MDR boss Marcel Dettmann curates a compilation of classics from the sound's heyday: here's someone who actually lived through it. As part of Amsterdam imprint Dekmantel's Selectors Series, these gems from yesteryear should certainly set the record straight and provide solid reference points for new school retroverts. Highlights (and there's many) include: Belgian EBM legends Front 242 with "Don't Crash", Philadelphia industrial underdogs Executive Slacks' "So Mote It Be" and the mandatory Cabs track comes in the form of "Low Cool" (the Marcel Dettmann Edit, no less). It wouldn't be a proper industrial comp without a bit of Wax Trax! would it? Label staples Ministry appear with their 1982 song "Same Old Madness", a period in the band's history that some consider their finest.

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