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Sawlin - Posay 2. Daniel Stefanik - Everything Goes Green 3. Ilario Alicante & Todd Bodine - Modern Apocalypse 4. André Galluzzi & Dana Ruh - Voyage 5. Maetrik - Particle House 6. Christian Burkhardt - Waffles 7. Sian - East of Eden 8. Daniel Stefanik - Rush 9. Maetrik - The Reason 10. Secret Cinema & Peter Horrevorts - Ana Bola 11. Mark Broom - SQ18 12. Ambivalent - Iwato 13. Doomwork - Independence 14. Chris Tietjen & Markus Fix - Active 15. Daniel Stefanik feat. Cassy - Keep On (Version 1) 16. Chris Tietjen & Ricardo Villalobos - TV Watching

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UPC: 827170129627 Release: 04th March 2013 Tracklist: 1. Sawlin - Posay 2. Daniel Stefanik - Everything Goes Green 3. Ilario Alicante & Todd Bodine - Modern Apocalypse 4. André Galluzzi & Dana Ruh - Voyage 5. Maetrik - Particle House 6. Christian Burkhardt - Waffles 7. Sian - East of Eden 8. Daniel Stefanik - Rush 9. Maetrik - The Reason 10. Secret Cinema & Peter Horrevorts - Ana Bola 11. Mark Broom - SQ18 12. Ambivalent - Iwato 13. Doomwork - Independence 14. Chris Tietjen & Markus Fix - Active 15. Daniel Stefanik feat. Cassy - Keep On (Version 1) 16. Chris Tietjen & Ricardo Villalobos - TV Watching It’s hard to believe, but somehow we seem to be living in a time leap… A time leap that already brings us the eighth (!) edition of the Cocoon in-house Mix-CD series. And it’s almost as if the first editions have just been released - especially if you listen to them from a today’s point of view -, as the tracks of the first Cocoon Recordings Mix-CDs appear very contemporary even in 2013, and not at all outdated, let alone eight years old. Of course, this is above all praise from within our own ranks, but we would like to claim proudly that Cocoon Recordings still manages to present Techno and Tech-House in a timeless look, against all odds. And that whets our appetite for a new edition of this CD series! Just as with its predecessor, Chris Tietjen was responsible for selecting and mixing the tracks, being deeply ingrained in Cocoon since his teenage days. And even more than with its predecessors, Tietjen manages to draw a big line and to reconcile the sometimes very heterogenous Cocoon Recordings releases. The great gap that Techno fans might see between tracks by Stefanik, Ambivalent and Secret Cinema is skilfully bridged in the mix by Tietjen’s combination of tracks, and is even beneficial for the flow of the mix. This diversion is typical for Cocoon: a lot of variety within the set, using only musical material from one single label, without ever losing the ten

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