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Kaiserdisco Reveal Nine Classic Cuts That Inspired Their Album

Kaiserdisco are releasing their new album on Monday. Instead of getting the same old album promo spiel we asked them to dig deep and give us a chart that inspired their album. Warning: classics ahead!

Green Velvet – Flash (Timo Maas Remix)
Frederic: Brilliant remix with a massive energy which keeps rolling and rolling.

Sven Väth – L’eperanza.
Patrick: Still one of the best tracks for a lazy Sunday chill out.

Andrew McLauchlan – Love Story (Devilfish Remix) – Bush
Frederic: Techno banger from the early days. Pure techno and a catchy vocal sample making this this to one of my all time favorites

James Holden – A Break In The Clouds (Main Mix) Border Community
Patrick: A fantastic programming in combination with a super catchy and heart-touching melody makes this this one to an outstanding masterpiece of music.

Dan Berkson, James What – Ghosts (Original Mix) – Poker Flat
Frederic: So simple and effective, groovy and full of energy. One of Poker Flats best tracks in my opinion.

Marmion – Schöneberg (Original Mix) – Superstition Records
Patrick: Unforgettable Trance / Techno track that reminds me of the time when we started to go out and party to techno

Emmanuel Top – Turkish Bazar
Frederic: Great to see Emmanuel releasing new tracks but this one is still one of my favorite Acid Techno tracks.

Ahpex Twin – Windowlicker (Original Mix)
Patrick:This track is inseparable of the music video. You just have to see it once and you will never forget it. For me a timeless peace of art.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIOiqyC9vQE

Paul Kalkbrenner – Gebrünn Gebrünn
Frederic: Berlin Caling was a milestone for me and the Album has so many great tracks. This is one of them I play from time to time.

Kaiserdisco – Varuna
Kaiserdisco: One of our favorites from the Album as we love the break. Took a lot of work to create and we hope it was worth it

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