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A Müller Records compilation (first check here and here), showcasing the label's style and artists like Beroshima, the Globus crew (Jonzon, Rok, DJ Disko) and Dave DK, plus a very early Paul Davies (*).

Repetitive techno and fast-paced dirty filter house tools, acid rave echoes, electro basslines and disco samples, even deep and fast dubby stuff; this one shows its true colors from the beginning and bangs its way through the history of Berlin's underground music, making me wonder once more why Frank Müller is not as known as, say, any of the above mentioned...

If it helps, this material is weirder than Tresor and sometimes harder than early Gigolo stuff, yet fully compatible with both.

VA - 1999 Business & Technologies
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