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DJ-Kicks

Product ID : 16049179


Galleon Product ID 16049179
UPC / ISBN 730003704628
Shipping Weight 0.13 lbs
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Model DJ-Kicks
Manufacturer K7
Shipping Dimension 5.59 x 4.88 x 0.39 inches
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Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 1998-06-09
Release Date 1998-06-09
UPC 730003704628
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DJ-Kicks Features

  • A Mother - Herbalizer

  • Livin' Free - Small World

  • Spellbound - Tango

  • Give My Soul - The Lab Rats

  • Revolutionary Pilot - Statik Sound System


About DJ-Kicks

Product description 1 x CD MixedGermany 1996 1 Herbaliser, The , A Mother (For Your Mind) 5:16 2 Small World , Livin' Free 5:09 3 Tango , Spellbound 4:00 4 Lab Rats, The , Give My Soul 3:10 5 Statik Sound System , Revolutionary Pilot 2:15 6 JMJ & Flytronix , In Too Deep 5:41 7 Aquasky , Kauna 4:04 8 James Bong , Mr. Kiss Kiss Bong Bong (Big Brother's Dubbing You Full On / Full Length Remix) 4:30 9 Hardfloor , Dubdope 5:25 10 Thievery Corporation , Shaolin Satellite 4:22 11 Kruder & Dorfmeister , High Noon 6:01 12 Beanfield , Keep On Believing 5:39 13 Sapien , Que Dolor (Rude Boy Fandango Mix) 4:47 14 Shantel , Bass And Several Cars 2:45 15 Karma , Look Up Dere 1:22 16 Showroom Recordings , Radio Burning Chrome 2:01 17 Kruder & Dorfmeister , Black Baby (DJ-Kicks) 6:19 Amazon.com Austrians Peter Kruder and Richard Dorfmeister, whose smooth and sexy acid jazz has attracted almost as much attention as their curious resemblance to American folksters Simon and Garfunkel, demonstrate their skills on yet another installment of Studio K7's DJ Kicks series. The mix highlights the best of European trip-hop, acid jazz, and drum and bass, with their own "High Noon" and "Black Baby" mixed with tracks from British trip-hoppers Herbalizer, German technicians Hardfloor, and Viennese weirdo Patrick Pulsinger, among others. Their straightforward mixing is complemented by a heavy dose of studio postproduction but the emphasis here is on track selection rather than technical trickery. Like their productions, this DJ Kicks is classy, sophisticated, and surprising. --Matthew Corwine