Hell Grossenwahn 1992-1995
- Words: Luciana Lopez
- Label: International Deejay Gigolo
With his 13-year career, techno‘s DJ Hell has more than earned his retrospective disc (with bonus remix CD). But if this set points out how long and fruitful a life this DJ/Producer/label boss has had, it also highlights how viscerally his work should be experienced. Tracks like "Definition of House," its synths layered over a driving beat, and the dark, vocodered "Suicide Commando" sound meant for engaging your whole body on the dancefloor, not playing on your living room stereo. Still, "Je Regrette Everything," an electro torch song, sounds good anywhere.
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