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|1.||Lusine - "Parallel"|
|2.||Isolee - "Yes Let"|
|3.||Mano Le Tough - "Vanishing Landscapes"|
|4.||International Anything - "The Future Is Here"|
|5.||Eduardo De La Calle - "Caravaca's Distortion Theory"|
|6.||Inigo Kennedy - "Black Light"|
|7.||Ambivalent & Alden Tyrell - "War Island"|
|8.||Pig&Dan - "Shattered Minds"|
|9.||Rod - "Abel"|
|10.||Ingo Boss - "Junghof Love Star"|
|11.||John Heckle - "Fantasy"|
|12.||Cristi Cons - "Bird In Space"|
In the comprehensive press release accompanying the latest Cocoon compilation - "R", the eighteenth compilation in their alphabetical series - there's a lot about blurring the boundaries between different genres of techno. The basics, though, are pretty simple: like its' predecessors, the club-focused set boasts 12 cuts selected by boss man Sven Vath. There's plenty to enjoy from start to finish, from the stylish, '80s new wave pop-meets-Euro-techno vibes of International Anything's "The Future Is Here", and the driving tribal drums and sweeping, alien-sounding chords of Inigo Kennedy's "Black Light", to the moody Dutch techno freakiness of Ambivalent and Alden Tyrell's "War Island", and the sparkling electronics, positive vibes and skewed drum machine hits of John Heckle's superb "Fantasy".
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