|1.||"Scared" (Marcel Dettmann remix) (4:57)|
|2.||"R-Mancer" (Roman Flugel K-Lauer mix) (8:17)|
|1.||"Nordo" (SCB Inversion) (7:13)|
Lauer and Gerd Janson's Tuff City Kids project has been revered for its signature sound that has made them the darlings of the house music scene. Their neon-lit, classic, analogue sounds are evocative enough to be featured on a John Hughes movie soundtrack - if only they could go back to the '80s in a time machine. On the face of it, for this remix series you'd be surprised to see Marcel Dettmann - but rest assured they're in good hands here with the Berghain resident. His recent exploits have also been invested in the early industrial sounds of the '80s recently and that is really evident on his rendition of "Scared". Likewise, fellow Berghain regular and Hotflush boss Scuba dons his more nefarious SCB guise on a perspective of "Nordo", creating a seething and mental warehouse techno jam to lead in to the peak time. Elsewhere, Roman Fluegel impresses as always with his slinky and hypnotic rework of "R-Mancer" while Permanent Vacation boss Benjamin Froelich delvers not one but two remixes of "Tell Me" featuring Hot Chip's Joe Goddard.
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