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Performer: Various
Genre: Electronic
Album: Tresor II (Berlin Detroit - A Techno Alliance)
Released: 1993
Style: Techno, Acid
MP3 version ZIP size: 1744 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1505 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1651 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 249
Other Formats: APE WAV AAC VOX ADX RA AU


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A1 Vainquer* Lyot (Maurizio Mix)
Remix – Maurizio
A2 Pulse Versus 3 Phase Das Rennen
B1 DJ Hell* Acid Musik
B2 Maurizio T.T. / F.F.
C1 Noxious E-Zug
C2 Violet Micro ...I Know
D1 Underground Resistance Jupiter Jazz
D2 X-102 Mimas
E1 Jeff Mills Changes Of Life
E2 Eddie "Flashin" Fowlkes* & 3MB Illuminisim (Sun Electric Edit)
Remix – Sun Electric
F1 3 Phase Current 1
F2 3MB Featuring Juan Atkins Die Kosmischen Kuriere
Featuring – Juan Atkins

Notes

Track B1 incorrectly listed as "Red Bull".

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NMCD 3006 Various Tresor II - Berlin Detroit - A Techno Alliance ‎(CD, Comp) NovaMute NMCD 3006 US 1993
2100091 Various Tresor II - Berlin Detroit - A Techno Alliance ‎(CD, Comp) Indisc 2100091 Belgium 1993
CD NoMu 14, CDNoMu 14 Various Tresor II - Berlin Detroit - A Techno Alliance ‎(CD, Comp) NovaMute, NovaMute CD NoMu 14, CDNoMu 14 UK 1993
CD NoMu 14 Various Tresor II - Berlin Detroit - A Techno Alliance ‎(CD, Comp) NovaMute CD NoMu 14 UK 1993
NMC 3006 Various Tresor II - Berlin & Detroit - A Techno Alliance ‎(Cass, Comp) NovaMute NMC 3006 US 1993

Hunaya
Klaus is spot onWorth picking up for the 3MB & JA alone!

Kagrel
Blistering compilation with solid contributions from both Detroit and Berlin artists. A joint venture, which only furthered the process of solidifying the already existing ties between the two cities.The standouts of said compilation are surely the exclusive "Mimas" from UR as X-102, Jupiter Jazz, Lyot, T.T./F.F., Changes Of Life, as well as the 3MB collaborations.This 3xLP contains absolutely no fillers (as they say) and ranges from complex and sublime Detroit Techno to harder Berlin Techno. The Maurizio track "T.T./F.F" can be played at both 33 or 45 RPM - go figure the title :-) I always play it at 45, At this speed it transforms into a strong predecessor to the dub-influenced Basic Channel sound with a rattling breakbeat, majestically swirling pads and ultimately laced with brain penetrating chord sounds par excellence. Essential selection of classics, hits and time distinctive contributions on a well-mastered, loud pressing and furthermore it's cheap as chips within the second hand circuit.