Archive: Release Information 2007

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Into The Darkness - Crazy Clip TV Vol. 5
Gothic and Electro DVD Compilation

Release date: October 19th, 2007

appears as DVD including Live and Video Clips

Live Video Clip:
Nitzer Ebb – Murderous (Hamburg / Markthalle 2006)

more Infos: HERE



Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Release date: October 23th, 2007
Label: Artists' Addiction Records

available as CD and digital release

Nitzer Ebb – Payroll (JohnO Mix)

more Infos: HERE



Wighnomy Brothers & Robag Wruhme
Remikks Potpourri II

Release date: April 27th, 2007
Label: Mute Records

available on CD and a exclusive Track appears on this CD too:

Nitzer Ebb – I Thought (Robags Schikkuli Remikks)

more infos: HERE



Let's Go Chumbo

Release date: January 22nd, 2007
Label: Star69

Release available as Double CD and Vinyl
as Track 4 on second CD:

Nitzer Ebb - Control I'm Here (Superchumbo Dub)

more Info: HERE
Superchumbo website



Various Artists
Machineries Of Joy 4 - Sampler

Release date: February 16th, 2007
Label: Out Of Line

beside other bands like Combichrist, Spetsnaz and Hocico you'll find
as Track 1 on CD1 of this compilation:

Kloq - You Never Know
with Douglas McCarthy on vocals

and as track 6 on CD1:

Client feat. Douglas McCarthy
Suicide Sister

The machineries of joy have been set in motion for the fourth time to compile a comprehensive overview of modern Electro – from EBM to Industrial, from Bodypop to Electroclash – on two Compact Discs. Thus, the roster of artists on “Machineries of Joy 4” reads like a “who is who” of the scene, enhanced by the most promising newcomers of the past years. Acts like Blutengel, Client, Combichrist, Hocico, Rabia Sorda, Dulce Liquido, Spetsnaz, Angels & Agony and Tristesse de la Lune, to name but a few, should sound familiar not only to genre-aficionados, while Kloq, UnterArt, Din A Tod, Ashbury Heights or Northborne are the living proof that there is a lot still to discover in the underground. Altogether, they showcase the myriads of facets in electronic music culture today. The musical bandwidth ranges from hard to melodic, from experimental to danceable. Furthermore, almost all acts have contributed previously unreleased tracks and remixes, making this double CD a real treat for even the biggest collectors among the Electroheads and relieving them of the frustration of having to purchase the umpteenth compilation of material they mostly already own just to get their hands on the two or three unreleased tracks of their favourite bands. Of course, “Machineries of Joy” also makes a formidable starting point for newcomers who want to start a CD collection. As this double CD will hit the shops at the price of a single disc, its purchase will not rip too big a hole into your monthly budget, either. More than two hours of fat Electro-sounds, almost all of it unreleased, at a low price – what more could you ask for? Joy through machines!

read more: HERE


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