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Zero dB - One Offs, Remixes & B Sides



zero dB One Offs Remixes and B Sides
Zero dB - One Offs, Remixes and B Sides
(2xCD) Tru Toughts TRUCD209, 2009-02-22

With their exhilarating and influential 2006 album Bongos, Bleeps and Basslines (Ninja Tune) sparking the kind of universal critical love-in that most producers can only dream of, and still sounding as fresh today as ever, pioneering underground duo Zero dB have now brought together their One Offs, Remixes and B Sides for release on Tru Thoughts in February 2010. As if the mere prospect of a new release by Zero dB weren’t enough to get tongues wagging and feet dancing, this 2 CD, 23 track monster boasts the best of a truly humungous catalogue of remixes courtesy of luminaries including Moonstarr, Aaron Jerome and Seiji among others. It also heralds a first and eagerly-awaited CD release for a handful of highly sought-after cuts - not least Hextatic's Distorted Minds (Zero dB mix), the Dave Da Gato Mix of Seven By Seven by Inverse Cinematics and the almighty Zero dB classic, The Snare - that were previously only available on limited vinyl and all snapped up by eagle-eared fans way back when. And, in addition to the big names and rarities on this latest addition to Tru Thoughts' esteemed One Offs… artist compilation series, there's also completely new and exclusive material including the immense Dave Da Gato's F_ck-Up The Festivals Bounce version of Universe by Alice Russell, bringing the soul diva/national treasure’s song to the heady, neck-snapping heights of euphoric club nastiness. One Offs, Remixes and B Sides is not only an essential listen for existing fans of Zero dB's unique concoction of Latin heat, jazz colour, startling beats and pure bassline filth, but for anyone who has been remotely moved by dance music in the last half decade.

zero dB One Offs Remixes and B Sides
Zero dB - One Offs, Remixes and B Sides
(2xCD) Tru Toughts TRUCD209, 2009-02-22

Tracklisting CD1 :
01. zero dB - Come Party
02. Alice Russell - Universe (Dave da Gato's F*ck-up The Festivals Bounce)
03. zero dB - A Pomba Girou (Moonstarr Remix)
04. zero dB - Click
05. Vogado Projects - Mas Fuerte Que El Sol
06. Javi p3z Orquesta - El Pinball (Dave da Gato Uno Mas Mix)
07. zero dB - 7x7 (Dave da Gato's Badass Tapas Remix)
08. zero dB - On The 1&3 Vs Know What I'm Saying (Aaron Jerome Mix)
09. Quantic - Life In The Rain (Dave da Gato's Ferile Touch)
10. Frank De JoJo - Turn Off The Lights
11. Brighter Days - Toufe Yen Yen (Dave da Gato Remix)

Tracklisting CD2 :
01. zero dB - The Snare
02. John Kong & Moonstarr - Future Vision (zero dB Reconstruction)
03. zero dB - Conga Madness (Seiji Remix)
04. DJ Kentaro - dBeep On (zero dB Reconstruction)
05. Grupo Batuque - E Ruim (zero dB Reconstruction)
06. Hexstatic - Distorted Minds (zero dB Mix)
07. Zzouf - That Drum Track
08. Zzouf - You Not Been Drinkin
09. Dave da Gato - El Diablo
10. Raphael Sebbag feat. Telmary - El Fantasma De La Libertad (zero dB Reconstruction)
11. Rosalia De Souza - Maria Moita (zero dB Mix)
12. Bonobo - Nightlife (zero dB Reconstruction)

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