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DJ Hell's Teufelswerk
 
International Deejay Gigolo founder DJ Hell is to release new artist album "Teufelswerk" in April. The two-disc opus features collaborations with Bryan Ferry, P. Diddy, Peter Kruder, Billy Ray Martin, Christian Prommer, Robert Di Gioia, Mijk Van Dijk, Stefan Robbers and Anthony Rother.

Teufelswerk (German for "Devil’s Work") includes 16 exquisite tracks divided into two themes, "Night" and "Day", DJ Hell weaves an intoxicating spell. The nocturnal side offers a contemporary interpretation of Chicago house and Detroit techno. Its sunnier sister disc finds Hell embracing the rich cosmic groove of his roots. A lush, narcotic odyssey, the album sounds unlike anything he’s produced in the past. But at the same time, Hell has drawn on his wealth of experience and put everything he knows into Teufelswerk.

For Hell, then, Teufelswerk rounds up his life’s work so far – and he has already led a remarkable life. It is dramatic, beautiful, dark and soulful, a milestone in German electronic music. "Teufelswerk represents the music in the best way: it’s the work of the devil," he says, "and it’s the work of me, the work of Hell."

Tracklisting:

CD1 – NIGHT

01. U Can Dance (Featuring vocals from Bryan Ferry)
02. Electronic Germany
03. The DJ (Featuring P. Diddy)
04. The Disaster
05. Bodyfarm2
06. Hellracer
07. Wonderland
08. Friday, Saturday, Sunday

CD2 – DAY

01. Germania
02. The Angst & The Angst Pt. 2
03. Carte Blanche
04. Nightclubbing
05. I Prefer Women To Men Anyway
06. Action (Interlude)
07. Hell’s Kitchen
08. Silver Machine (Hawkwind cover)


DJ Hell’s 'Teufelswerk' mix will be released on April 27th, 2009 on International Deejay Gigolo.
 
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25.03.2009  (CE)