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It’s been 25 Years since Helmut Geier alias DJ Hell set the needle on a House-Track. He's been djing House and Techno in all shapes and colours ever since. It’s been nearly 20 years that he released his first 12“ „My Definition of House“. And he launched his own imprint International Deejay Gigolos Empire 15 years ago. DJ Hell represents House from Germany like no one else. He made a case for Chicago-House early on in his career by playing it obsessively in his DJ-Sets. Amid brand new tracks he released long lost classics by Bobby Konders and DJ Pierre on Gigolo Records. Just in time House is experiencing a new high. „For some time the most important releases are House-Tracks again. There is much experimentation at the moment.“, says Hell. Naturally Hell is no purist when it comes to House-Music. He's covering lots of ground when it comes to electronic Dance Music. He has made records with P. Diddy, Grace Jones and Bryan Ferry. He has compiled two brilliant CDs full of German New Wave („New Deutsch“ and „Coming Home“). And, of course, he knows of the influence that Kraftwerk and the Disco-Sound of Munich, his hometown, had on House and Techno. His music and DJ-sets are reflecting all this knowledge. So it's fitting that in tandem with the tour there is the release of 35 ‘Teufelswerk’ -Remixes by artists handpicked by Hell, chopped up in three big chunks. The first portion is called „House-Remixes“ and there will be a party in Berlins legendary Tresor-Club to celebrate its release. This will kick off the world-tour. Celebrating with Hell are David Caretta, Makossa & Megablast, Lenoir & Meriton who will partly join Hell on his world-tour alongside Rampa, Abe Duque, Tonni Lionni und Hard Ton as Liveact. The tour will be wrapped up in springtime next year and covers, apart from the confirmed dates below, Spain, France, Columbia, Brasil, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Belgium und the south of Germany.
|1||The Angst (Toni Lionni Remix)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|2||The Angst (Deniz Kurtel & Wolf+Lamb Remix)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|3||Germania (Peter Kruder Remix)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|4||The Angst (Zander VT Edit)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|5||The Angst (Ian Pooley Remix)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|6||I Prefer Woman To Man (Andre Lodemann Remix)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|7||The Angst (Axel Boman Edit)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|8||Electronic Germany (DJ Glen Remix)||Add to Playlist||Play|
|9||Germania (Solomun Remix)||Add to Playlist||Play|
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