F Communications - Live And Rare [1998]

Label: F Communications, Play It Again Sam [PIAS]
Catalog#: F 100 CD LTD, 137.0100.26
Format: 2 x CD, Compilation Box Set, Limited Edition
Country: France
Released: Sep 1998
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno

1-01 Aqua Bassino  - A Mellow Key (Live At Gonzo Mix - Radio Nova) 6:09
 1-02 Llorca  - Can’t Take It (F100 Jass Relecture) 6:58
 1-03 Alexkid  - Sandfrancisco (F100 Tsunamix) 6:04
 1-04 St Germain  - Soul Salsa Soul (Remix) 10:14
 1-05 Norma Jean Bell  - Baddest Bitch (Motorbass Mix) 9:50
 1-06 Elegia  - Grid One (Live At The Bash Club - Miami) 7:23
1-07 Ready Made  - L'Ankou (F100 Mix) 6:10
 1-08 Frédéric Galliano Electronic Sextet  - Sans Titre 2 (Live At The Jazz Café) 17:41
2-01 Juantrip'  - Shadows (F100 Mix) 6:14
  2-02 Jori Hulkkonen  - 3rd Line (Live At Roskilde Festival) 5:32
 2-03 Laurent Garnier  - Dance 2 The Music (Live At The Rex Club - Paris) 7:45
 2-04 Scan X  - Bleu (Live At Fuse - Brussels) 5:16
 2-05 A Reminiscent Drive  - Live Is Beautiful (F100 Mix) 4:46
 2-06 Chaotik Ramses  - Crying 202 (Live At The M.A.D. - Lausanne) 6:59
 2-07 Mr Oizo*  - Sick Dog Try To Speak 3:36
 2-08 Laurent Garnier  - Kall It ! (Live At Sonar Club - Barcelona) 3:00
 2-09 Scan X  - Futuristic Funk (Live At The Liquid Room - Tokyo) 5:26
 2-10 Nova Nova  - Shake It Up (Live At F Comm Fresh Party - Paris) 9:03

Artwork By - PLK 
Photography - Eric Morand 
Photography [F100 Front Cover] - P.E Rastoing
"The first french electronic label is celebrating its 100th release with a collection of rare and unreleased remixes and the best of 4 years live recordings from around the world."

Cybotron - Clear (Remixes) [2007]

01- Cybotron - Clear (Cobblestone Jazz Remix)
02- Cybotron - Clear (Louderbach all this space mix)
03- Cybotron - Clear (Original 1983 mix)
04- Cybotron - Clear (Troy Pierce Clash remix)


candlestickmaker - Take Me Elsewhere

candlestickmaker - Take Me Elsewhere from candlestickmaker on Vimeo.
From the album, "A Life In A Day", available now as free download on Upitup Records upitup.com


Void Network Manifesto

First Attempt at Communication

We didn’t invent the following ideas…We are just a small wave in the ocean of the evolution of all these ideas, all libertarian atmospheres, dreams and revolutionary plans that keep expanding
in the Vast Open Horizon. 

Void Network (Theory, Utopia, Empathy, Ephemeral Arts) 
Global Eye (London Void Network) 
WarCryCinema (New York Void Network) 

Void Network first appeared in Athens-Greece in 1990. 
Its aim is the radicalization of every day life and the construction of Public Space situations through the creation of Utopian Public Environments. 
Discussions, multi media lectures and poetry shows, open free festivals, multi screen Void Optical Arts Atmospheres (live cross-platform collaborations between visual artists, photographers, poets, lecturers, d.j.s), performances, documentary representations, culture jamming, organization of demonstrations, street parades and public actions, celebrations, concerts, open collaborative workshops of artists, activists, academic scientists and spiritual friends that through dialogue, interaction and synchronized activity manifest multi formic conditions of open access to creativity, education, free information, open liberated autonomous public zones, meeting places, places of communication, empathy, expression and creation for thousands upon thousands of people. 

Void Network’s research is directed and co-ordinated through the work of six open laboratories : 

>The Void Laboratory for Poetry and Philosophy 
>Laboratory for Kosmo-Political Consciousness 
>Void Optical Arts Laboratory 
(for ephemeral outopian atmospheres) 
>Electro Void Laboratory 
(for electronic and experimental contemporary music) 
>"Open Dialogue" Void Laboratory
>Void Laboratory of the "Translators"

Void Network is a free network of free people, active social beings, artists, scientists and travelers who co-create dynamic interactions of Theory, Utopia, Empathy and Ephemeral Arts 

"Void”: void of separate existence, an Open Horizon, a Vast Open Ocean 

"Network” : a phenomenon of Global Interdependence 

"Theory”: a process of intellectual inquiring, learning and uprising of critical understanding 

"Empathy”: care for all beings equally that appears through communal experience. 

"Ephemeral Arts”: a signal without leaving a sign, a message without leaving matter. 
Void Art / Art without an Artist / Art without an audience / Chaotic acts of Love / Collective Outopian Atmospheres / Situations / Open Public Ephemeral Ecstatic Zones/ TemporaryAutonomousZones

If you need to search for the "art-piece" you have to search for it...in the mind and heart of everyone that was offered to...

Since 1990, Void Network / Athens , Global Eye / London Void Network and WarCryCinema / New York Void Network have presented a series of 300 situations in Greece, Italy, U.K., Spain, Germany, Russia, Austria, Switzerland, USA, India, Nepal and many other countries. This philosophic community’s revolutionary work has appeared in urban spaces, deserted factories, social centers, universities, squares, mountains, forests, beaches and highways. The nature of each situation is directly formulated according to the special characteristics of each space, location, area, social context and specific social needs. 
Year after year, people from Greece, England, Italy and New York were growing to understand that they had been engaging in similar activities and using the same vocabulary to express their ideas. They decided to try to build an international network that could manifest public situations, nomadic art and creative meeting points for people from all around the world. They desired a chance to exchange ideas, information, abilities, archives and together, create new forms of cultural and social experience. 

Currently two permanent open social zones exist that accommodate the activities of the network in London (Penzance Castle) and in Athens (Free Social Space: Nosotros). 
Last year two international projects were activated: 
Talking About Total Freedom World Tour. 
Global Earth Academy. 
We also participated in the creation of European Vision Caravan with artistic and political collectives from all over Europe. 

The Fear of Emptiness :

The threat of expulsion in the absence of conformity: This state of fear disables the individual. 
A mental control that subsequently becomes physically manifest. 
We believe that societies’ biggest impairment is the belief that any one of us or even all of us are not capable of improving our world for the better. The root of this impairment is solely mental, not physical. As a result, we aim to fight power structures while empowering the individual as well as collective consiousness. The very existence of international financial, political, religious, intellectual and artistic Elites has resulted in the denial of Freedom of speech, Freedom of Expression, Freedom of Open Public Assembly, Freedom of Mutual Aid and Collaboration. 
Placing “art” solely in an art context is, in a way, relegating it to exist only within that context. Restricting the distribution of and opportunities to access new ideas and emotions is something "govern-mental" institutions do. Why voluntarily censor yourself? We see Art, Philosophy, Critical Thinking, Enthusiasm, Collective Ecstasy and Revolt as mental and emotional practices perfectly suited as a tool for enablement, a mental liberator that in turn can lead to positive physical changes. 

Utopian Atmospheres 

Utopian Atmosphere is the creation of a temporary enclosed feedback system, where activists, artists, and scientists have an opportunity to provide input that will be transformed and reformulated by participants. 
Void Art 
Art without an audience. 
Art without an artist.
Inner Space Art
The light of Perception, the light of Awareness 
Political and social meditative abstraction :
(hungry children, fat capitalists, homeless people, a sunrise, happy super market girls, walking refuges, air-bombed cities, street riots and waves in stormy weather, naked people, raindrops on flowers, the shouting prisoner, an afternoon in San Francisco, the night in Rome, burned cars from Paris, masses of corpses from 1915 in Armenia, 2000 thumbnail images of mass graves from all 20th century, the rain coming, red clouds, a photograph of the president, dead Tibetan monks infront of Chinese liberators, a dollar in the hands of a beggar, the sound of crying children, the sound of distant drums, the sound of voidness)
Presenting the stunning beauty of our planet, sudden inspirational moments, the universe and life, the miracle of interdependence, matter, electricity, chemical reactions….. This planet being a living organism, comparing it with microcosm, macrocosm, human body, insects, urban society, technology... Presenting capitalism and authority as viruses, parasites on the planet, the bigger organism. An analysis of psychological manipulations used in advertising, e.g. stereotypes, propaganda, consumerism, mental health, pre-defined ideals (beauty, fitness, leadership, work, family, school, army) revealing images that get bypassed by mainstream media. The communication system used is intended to break through barriers of nationality, education, age, cultural background and apathy. 
Void Art / multi-screen projection shows (video art, computer arts, digital photography, anticopyright internet photo archives, 8mm films, slide shows, philosophical and political fragments) / light shows and multi- media / live- mix visual and sound improvisations / many different spiritual friends with many different projectors in the same moment / a moment of understanding / all the participators or just one person / the understanding of the interdeependent nature of the phenomena / a deep feeling of empathy and compassion.
We consider social gatherings as a vital meeting point of minds in a state of openness transcending the separation of selfish, modern life. We consider the essence of art to be truly independent of any physical object or act, reproduction or representation. Art is a moment, a mental and emotional practice, an open process. Any physical object or physical act is simply the tool used for the creation of art’s ultimate aim, the creation of thought and feeling. The ability to create new thoughts and feelings does not require change in the physical world, but change in the mental world, which in turn can effect the physical world.
In the physical world, we tend towards new possibilities of existence, beyond the constructed realities of modern societies. Our aim is to create an experience from a situation, a live art piece, where the actual experience created is the art piece. The collective experience of being there, the interaction with the people around you, the different thoughts and emotions created amongst the people feeding back and effecting future thoughts and emotions IS the art piece. 
The tools used to create this experience are space, time and all the different forms and elements of Void Art, Theory, Philosophy and Living Practice. Art should evoke emotion, provoke thought and inspire change for the better. The art, philosophy and cultural-social activism we engage in, 
in the vast open public sphere, promotes the development of ideas, images, experiences, thoughts and emotions through the collective interaction of mental and emotional processes. In a way, it is a collective mental-emotional sculpting. This technique is principally based on real time cross platform collaboration, living the experience of interaction and interdependence, changing people’s perception of themselves and their potential by breaking some of society’s traditional illusions. People in modern, every-day life identify with systems, which in effect are based on illusions; they believe they have freedom, choice and power within an infrastructure of a civilization bound by morality, ethics and righteousness. In order to achieve freedom and empowerment it is necessary to identify often deeply hidden, conditioning thoughts. What we are talking about is very different from having a shallow conversation or paying to see a concert and has nothing to do with an "art exhibition". 
Creating an overall art piece in a Utopian Atmosphere enables people to immerse themselves in a state of receptiveness through a series of experiences and situations that effects their minds, bodies, and souls. The objective is to facilitate people’s creativity, openness, empowerment, satisfaction, safety, inclusiveness, solidarity, expression and general mental and physical happiness. We work to create a space which maximizes the ability of people to enter deep contemplation about their own lives and the world around them. These events attempt to break down perceptions of established reality by confronting neuroses, paranoia, self-doubts and fears whilst facilitating creativity, freedom and uninhibited joy, intensive talks about life, unity and bonding. These events challenge ownership, greed, possessions, and encourage generosity, inspiration and awakening of personal, critical mind. 


Our situations tend to be moments that gather thousands of people into experiments in new forms of public life, in a non-profit economy, transforming spaces into atmospheres of equality, dialogue and non-exploitative collective understanding. The abolishment of profit is one the main steps in the direction of an "Eco-nomy Without Profit and Exchange" based on "Constant Free Distribution" and "Direct Access". We believe that our situations are anti-commercial and non-consumerist.
All the artists, the scientists, the visioneries, the constructors and the helpers of the situations are against salaried employment and profit. 
Our intention is to spread libertarian ideas, communication, motivation, inspiration, education and the self-organization of "Open Public Ephemeral Zones". 
This can happen outside of the established constructions of the "govern-mental" state authorities, private interests, corporations, pop-celebrity pseudo-reality, employment and all kinds of material gain. 

Negations, non-dogmatism and inclusiveness 

We deny the separated puppet role of the "artist", "politician", "scientist", or "philosopher". We believe that each one of us must keep in equilibrium the political, artistic and philosophic consciousness by keeping alive empathy, critical inquiry, inner cultivation, educative public communication and public open expression, solidarity and participation in the Public Sphere. 
So, as we negate the morals of employment and the nuclear family social shell we focus on the achievement of new experimental ways to achieve Utopia in our everyday life,NOW!.
The pleasure of life is hiding outside of the norms, outside of the eight hour programmed workday, outside of the dead cities and the melancholic architecture of private life. Our dreams must be capable to construct a new architecture, new atmospheres, new kinds of relationships, new body language, new ways of expression and new kinds of day to day activity, new pleasures, new techniques, new designs and new future plans. As creative human beings we pursue the connection of every type of intellectual and artistic creation with the demand for social and personal liberation. Experimental behavior, new lifestyle choices and collective construction of social, aesthetic, philosophical and political situations are necessary components of free co-existence without any limitation of action and thought. 

Total Freedom is a pre-requisite of existence...Not a reward... 
When this is understood, a state of war or confrontation with all manners of authoritarian dogma inevitably results. We must face this fact, personally and socially. 

events , projects, history:

contact : 

homepage : 



Flux Trax - Classic Techno Cuts

Various - Flux Trax
Label: EXP Recordings
Catalog#: EXPCD001
Format: 2 x CD, Compilation, Enhanced
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Genre: Electronic
Style: Acid House, Techno
1-1 Rhythim Is Rhythim - It Is What It Is 6:31
  Written-By - Derrick May , Michael James
1-2 A Guy Called Gerald  - Voodoo Ray 4:25
  Written-By - Gerald Simpson
1-3 Phuture  - Acid Trax 12:14
 Written-By - Smith* , Jackson* , Jones*
1-4 Hardfloor  - Acperience 8:59
  Written-By - Bondzio* , Zenker*
1-5 Underworld  - Rez 9:56
  Written-By - Emerson* , Hyde* , Smith*
1-6 Empirion  - Narcotic Influence 1 6:45
  Written-By - Bob* , Oz*
1-7 Slam  - Positive Education 8:34
  Written-By - Gibbons* , Muotune* , Meikle* , McMillan*
1-8 Humanoid  - Stakker Humanoid 4:55
  Written-By - Brian Dougans
1-9 Aphex Twin  - Digeridoo 7:10
  Written-By - James*
2-1 Joey Beltram  - Energy Flash 5:51
 Written-By - Beltram*
2-2 CJ Bolland  - Horsepower 5:08
  Written-By - Bolland*
2-3 FUSE* vs LFO  - Loop 8:29
  Written-By - Varley* , Bell*
2-4 Rhythim Is Rhythim  - Strings Of Life 7:18
  Written-By - May* , James*
2-5 Jam & Spoon  - Stella 6:19
  Written-By - Loffel* , Ellmer*
2-6 FUSE*  - F.U. 7:41
  Written-By - Hawtin*
2-7 Ron Trent  - Altered States 13:34
  Written-By - Ron Trent
2-8 Dark Comedy  - War Of The Worlds 6:26
  Written-By - Kenny Larkin
2-9 Fingers Inc*  - Can You Feel It 5:40
  Written-By - Heard*


Galaxy 2 Galaxy - Galaxy 2 Galaxy

Galaxy 2 Galaxy - Galaxy 2 Galaxy
Label: Underground Resistance
Catalog#: UR-025
Format: 2 x Vinyl, 12"
Country: US
Released: 1993
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno, Future Jazz
  The Dream
A1 - Hi-Tech Jazz (The Science)
A2 - Hi-Tech Jazz (The Elements)
  The Journey
B1 - Journey Of The Dragons (Programmed By [Additional] - Juan Atkins)
B2 - Star Sailing
  The Search
C1 - Astral Apache (Star Stories)
C2 - Deep Space 9 (A Brother Runs This Ship)(Mixed By - Martian, The)
       The Last Transmission
D1 - Rhythm Of Infinity
D2 - Metamorphosis (The Creation Of I.S.F. Unit ZC-121861 Stardate: 05 30 93)
Credits: Producer, Other [Conceived By] - Mad Mike*
Notes: Galaxy 2 Galaxy was conceived & produced by Mad Mike, Mad Mike Music (BMI). 
B1 - Journey Of The Dragons is dedicated to the memory of Chris Hani, Bruce Lee, Brandon Lee & Yoshihiro Hattori. May your journey through the stars be peaceful. 
D2 - Metamorphosis uses a number of short and very faint samples of previous UR records (lead synths of Sonic Destroyer, a pitched down Sometimes I Feel Like from the "Nation 2 Nation" EP, the beginning of Live In Utrecht from the "Revolution For Change" LP...) 
Runout Groove Etchings: 
UR 025-A The Dream (NSC) 
UR 025-B The Journey (NSC) 
UR 025-C The Search (NSC) 
Translucent vinyl copies exist.


Claude Young - DJ-Kicks [1996]

Pass: beyonder.tk
Label: Studio !K7
Catalog#: !K7045CD
Format: CD, Mixed, Compilation
Country: Germany
Released: 03 Jun 1996
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno
Credits: Artwork By [Design] - Marc Schilkowski
DJ Mix - Claude Young
Mastered By - Chris Zippel
Photography [Photo] - Ali Kepenek
1 Claude Young & Ian O'Brien Joe 90
Written-By - Claude Young , Ian O'Brien
2 Maurizio M5
Written-By - Ernestus* , v. Oswald*
3 Various Artists *
Written-By - Torsten Pröfrock
4 Akio Milan Paak Countach
Written-By - Fumiya Tanaka
5 Counterpoint Jigsaw
Written-By - Mark Bell
6 Skinless Brothers Backyard
Written-By - Memory Foundation / Hi-Lo*
7 Clark Lofthouse
Written-By - Mark Bell
8 Da Sampla With A Piece Of Ice
Written-By - Da Sampla
9 Dirty House Crew Internal Affairs
Written-By - Dirty House Crew
10 Surgeon Badger Bite
Written-By - A. Chirld*
11 Random XS Frantic Formula
Written-By - S. Friedman*
12 Claude Young Acid Wash Conflict
Written-By - Claude Young
13 Man Made Space Wreak
Written-By - Cisco Ferreira , Colin McBean
14 Ratio Gastrek
Written-By - Memory Foundation / Hi-Lo*
15 Skinless Brothers Zwung
Written-By - Memory Foundation / Hi-Lo*
16 Man Made Industry
Written-By - Cisco Ferreira , Colin McBean
17 Dopplereffekt Speak + Spell
Written-By - Dopplereffekt
18 Clark Dial
Written-By - Mark Bell
19 Clark Jak To Basics
Written-By - Mark Bell
20 Claude Young DJ Kicks (The Track)


Technohead 2 - Harder And Faster [1994]

Label: React
Catalog#: REACT CD 035
Format: CD, Compilation
Country: UK
Released: 1994
Genre: Electronic
Style: Hardcore, Techno, Gabber
Credits: Compiled By - Lee Newman
1 Technohead Accelerator 1 (6:01)
2 Krid Snero The Wicked Drummer (5:57)
3 Chosen Few Freedom (4:36)
4 Hocus Pocus Here's Johnny (4:42)
5 Frantic Explosion Boom Bang! (3:56)
6 Rotten Duck, The Amdromeda (4:44)
7 Gmoork Vliegender Kunstgebit (5:17)
8 Reyes Rock With Me (4:18)
9 Fuckin Hostile F**kin' Hostile (4:14)
10 Riot Squad Gabberkeisen (4:26)
11 Igor Talking About God (5:44)
12 X-313 Cybernator (4:42)


Plus 8 Classics Vol.3 [1995-1997]

Label: Plus 8 Records Ltd.
Catalog#: PLUS8075 CD
Format: CD
Country: Canada
Released: 2000
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno
Bitrate:320 kbs

1 Richie Hawtin Call It What You Want (10.13)
2 Born Under A Rhyming Planet Spasm Band
3 LFO vs. F.U.S.E. Loop
4 Plastikman Panikattack
5 Silvershower 1
6 Kooky Scientist, The O.L.D. vs. N.E.A.U.
7 Speedy J Pannik
8 Richie Hawtin 005
9 Theorem Mantra One


Plus 8 Classics Vol.2 [1993-1994]

Label: Plus 8 Records Ltd.
Catalog#: PLUS8074 CD
Format: CD, Compilation
Country: Canada
Released: 2000
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno
Bitrate:320 kbs

1 F.U.S.E. Slac (3:19)
2 Speedy J Beam Me Up (5:42)
3 UTU Between The Mirrors (6:50)
4 Plastikman Spastik (9:15)
5 Sysex Cr Acid Trax 1 (5:00)
6 Born Under A Rhyming Planet Analogue Heaven (6:31)
7 Plastikman Krakpot (11:15)
8 Himadri The Perverted Truth (3:38)
9 Plastikman Plastique (13:05)
10 Matthew Hawtin Blue Neuron (Data Track)


Plus 8 Classics Vol.1 [1990-1992]

Label: Plus 8 Records Ltd.
Catalog#: PLUS8071 CD
Format: CD
Country: Canada
Released: 2000
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno
Bitrate: 320 kbs

1 States Of Mind Elements Of Tone
2 Cybersonik Technarchy
3 Psyance Motion
4 Kenny Larkin Colony
5 Final Exposure Vortex
6 Speedy J Evolution
7 F.U.S.E. Substance Abuse
8 F.U.S.E. F.U. 2
9 Speedy J Rise
10 Speedy J Pullover
11 V-Room G-Hertz
12 Alan Oldham Comic Book (Data Track)



Aphex Twin (aka AFX) - Analogue Bubblebath 5 [ 1995 - 2005 ]

Label: Rephlex
Catalog#: CAT 034 EP
Format: LP
Country: UK
Released: 1995 [originaly recorded], 2005 [first release]
Genre: Electronic
Style: Abstract, Acid, Electro
Notes: Test pressing. Never fully released.
In January 2005 Rephlex mailed out black vinyl/binder editions of "Analord 10". Due to problems at the manufacturing/mail out stage, approximately 20 buyers did not receive their package. Rephlex mailed out a second batch in June 2005 to those who had not received their order. This second batch included a free copy of "Analogue Bubblebath 5". This distribution of "Analogue Bubblebath 5" was unannounced.
A1 Untitled (9:20)
A2 Untitled (5:57)
A3 Untitled (0:32)
A4 Untitled (4:25)
A5 Untitled (6:43)
B1 Untitled (6:10)
B2 Untitled (4:47)
B3 Untitled (6:46)
B4 Cuckoo (5:59)


Aphex Twin - ...I Care Because You Do [90-94] [1995]

Label: Warp Records
Catalog#: WARP CD 30
Format: CD
Country: UK
Released: 24 Apr 1995
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno, Acid, Ambient
Compilation of tracks from different years.
Comes with white sticker "...I care because you do" on the front of the CD case.

Track title anagrams:

1 Acrid Avid Jam Shred (7:38)
2 The Waxen Pith (4:49)
3 Wax The Nip (4:18)
4 Icct Hedral (Edit) (6:07)
5 Ventolin (Video Version) (4:29)
6 Come On You Slags! (5:44)
7 Start As You Mean To Go On (6:05)
8 Wet Tip Hen Ax (5:17)
9 Mookid (3:51)
10 Alberto Balsalm (5:10)
11 Cow Cud Is A Twin (5:33)
12 Next Heap With (4:43)


Techno! - The New Dance Sound Of Detroit [1988]

Label: Ten Records Ltd. (10 Records)
Catalog#: DIXG 75
Format: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Country: UK
Released: 1988
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno
Credits: Compiled By - Neil Rushton
Other [Detroit Co-ordinator] - Mayday
Other [Sleeve Notes] - Stuart Cosgrove
Notes: (C) 1988 10 Records Ltd. (P) 1988 10 Records Ltd.
Track D1 is a bonus track!
A1 Rythim Is Rythim* It Is What It Is (5:36)
Edited By [Edits] - Juan*
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By - Mayday
A2 Blake Baxter Forever And A Day (5:36)
Mixed By - Master Reese*
Producer - Blake Baxter
Written-By - Baxter*
A3 Eddie "Flashin'" Fowkes* Time To Express (5:41)
Mixed By - Magic Juan*
Producer, Mixed By - Eddie "Flashin'" Fowkes*
Written-By - Fowkes*
A4 K.S. Experience Electronic Dance (6:36)
Mixed By - Master Reese*
Producer - Kevin Saunderson
Written-By - Kevin Saunderson
B1 Members Of The House Share This House (Radio Mix) (5:56)
Engineer - Rufus Harris
Mixed By, Edited By - Cutting Board Inc., The
Producer - Don Davis
Written-By - Banus* , Merriweather* , Harris* , Weatherspoon*
B2 A Tongue & D Groove Feel Surreal (6:55)
Edited By [Edits] - Stoney
Mixed By - Mayday
Producer - A Tongue , D Groove
Written-By - Tongue* , Groove*
B3 Mia Hesterley Spark (6:09)
Mixed By - Master Reese*
Producer - Kevin Saunderson
Written-By - Baxter* , Saunderson*
B4 Juan* Techno Music (7:20)
Mixed By - Magic Juan*
Producer - Juan Atkins
Written-By - Atkins*
C1 Inner-City* Big Fun (7:39)
Featuring - Kevin Saunderson
Mixed By - Magic Juan*
Producer - Kevin Saunderson
Vocals - Paris*
Written-By - Forest* , Pennington* , Saunderson*
C2 Blake Baxter Ride Em Boy (7:02)
Edited By [Edits] - Juan*
Mixed By - Mayday
Producer - Blake Baxter
Written-By - Baxter*
C3 Shakir* Sequence 10 (5:20)
Mixed By - A Tongue , Shakir*
Producer - Anthony Shakir
Written-By - Shakir*
C4 Idol Making Un, Deux, Trois (6:05)
Mixed By - Master Reese*
Producer - Mayday
Vocals - Blake Baxter
Written-By - Baxter* , Mayday
D1 Various Detroit Is Jacking (The Techno! Megamix) (13:49)
Dj Mix [Megamix] - Magic Juan* , Mayday


High Tech Soul: The Creation of Techno Music DVD [2006]

Megavideo Link

Label: Plexi Limited
Catalog#: 029 Plexi
Format: DVD
Country: UK
Released: 31 Jul 2006
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno, Electro
Credits: Directed By - Gary Bredow
Language: English
Subtitles: None

[.avi ]
[ 630MB ]
[ Video Size: 720 x 544 ]

HIGH TECH SOUL is the first documentary to tackle the deep roots of techno music alongside the cultural history of Detroit, its birthplace. From the race riots of 1967 to the underground party scene of the late 1980s, Detroit's economic downturn didn't stop the invention of a new kind of music that brought international attention to its producers and their hometown.

Featuring in-depth interviews with many of the world's best exponents of the artform, High Tech Soul focuses on the creators of the genre -- Juan Atkins, Derrick May, and Kevin Saunderson -- and looks at the relationships and personal struggles behind the music. Artists like Richie Hawtin, Jeff Mills, Carl Craig, Eddie Fowlkes and a host of others explain why techno, with its abrasive tones and resonating basslines, could not have come from anywhere but Detroit.
With classic anthems such as Rhythim Is Rhythim's "Strings of Life" and Inner City's "Good Life," High Tech Soul celebrates the pioneers, the promoters and the city that spawned a global phenomenon.

The film features: Juan Atkins, Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson, Eddie (Flashin) Fowlkes, Richie Hawtin, Jeff Mills, John Acquaviva, Carl Cox, Carl Craig, Blake Baxter, Stacey Pullen, Thomas Barnett, Matthew Dear, Anthony "Shake" Shakir, Keith Tucker, Delano Smith, Mike Archer, Derrick Thompson, Mike Clark, Alan Oldham, Laura Gavoor, Himawari, Scan 7, Kenny Larkin, Stacey "Hotwax" Hale, Claus Bachor, Electrifying Mojo, Niko Marks, Barbara Deyo, Dan Sordyl, Sam Valenti, Ron Murphy, George Baker, and Kwame Kilpatrick.
The film's soundtrack includes: Aux 88, Cybotron, Inner City, Juan Atkins, Mayday, Model 500, Plastikman, Rhythim Is Rhythim, and more.

"Bredow's cast of alumni -- the holy trinity of Atkins, May & Saunderson at the front -- fill out this tale with passion, pride and, oddly for music of the future, nostalgia too."
-Dazed and Confused

"An enjoyable education into the music, the city and the main players past, present and future."
-DJ Magazine

"Defines the myths and the magic of Detroit techno from its beginnings right up to how it has evolved to become High Tech Soul." -Derrick May


Plastikman - Recycled Plastik [1994]

Label: NovaMute
Catalog#: CD NoMu 30
Format: CD, Mini-Album
Country: UK
Released: 11 Apr 1994
Genre: Electronic
Style: Breakbeat, Techno, Acid
Credits: Artwork By [Plastikman Design] - Dominic Ayre
Music By [Musik By], Artwork By [Layout] - Richie Hawtin
Notes: Licensed from Plus 8 Records. All tracks recorded at UTK, Windsor, Canada.
1 Krakpot (11:13)
2 Elektrostatik (9:59)
3 Spaz (7:41)
4 Gak (Remix) (6:52)
5 Naturalistik (4:39)
6 Spastik (9:19)


Cybotron - Interface: The Roots Of Techno [1994]

Label: Southbound
Catalog#: CDSEWD 069
Format: CD, Compilation
Country: UK
Released: 1994
Genre: Electronic
Style: Electro
Credits: Artwork By [Package Designed By] - David Farrow
Compiled By - Roger Armstrong
Mastered By [Postproduction] - Duncan Cowell
Written-By - J Atkins* (tracks: 1, 3 to 6, 8 to 11) , R Davis*
Notes: (P) Fantasy, Inc.
(C) 1994 Ace Records Ltd.
Made in Germany.
Barcode: 0 29667 37692 1
1 Clear (4:53)
2 Eden (12" Mix) (5:51)
3 Enter (5:37)
4 Techno City (Club Mix) (6:58)
5 Cosmic Cars (Detroit Style) (4:24)
6 Alleys Of Your Mind (3:31)
7 Megiddo (4:07)
8 R-9 (12" Mix) (5:13)
9 Cosmic Raindance (3:59)
10 El Salvador (4:45)
11 Cosmic Cars (House Mix) (4:26)
12 Vision (7:36)
13 Eden (12" Instrumental) (6:04)

Cybotron - Enter [1983]

Label: Fantasy
Catalog#: F-9625
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 1983
Genre: Electronic
Style: Electro, Synth-pop
Credits: Engineer - Ben Grosse , Rob Martens , Will Spencer
Guitar [Electronic] - Jon-5
Mastered By - George Horn
Producer, Vocals, Electronics - 3070 , Juan Atkins
Written-By - 3070 , Jon-5 (tracks: A1, A4) , Juan Atkins (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1 to B4)
Notes: Recorded at Solid Sound. Mastered at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley. Published by Deep Space Music (BMI).
2 different versions exist. One has the track "Clear" similar to the 12", the other has a different mix/remix with vocals in the fade-out. Tracklisting and layout is the same, you can only judge by listening.
A1 Enter (5:37)
A2 Alleys Of Your Mind (3:34)
A3 Industrial Lies (6:14)
A4 The Line (5:01)
B1 Cosmic Cars (4:21)
B2 Cosmic Raindance (4:00)
B3 El Salvador (5:49)
B4 Clear (4:47)