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Paul Kalkbrenner's Latest Retro Mix Is All About '90s Berlin

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Paul Kalkbrenner’s latest mix takes us back to a time when techno took Berlin by storm.

The Berlin DJ has started a mix series a while ago while hunting down a track he remembered from his youth. The first edition—which you can find here—took us on a nice trip down memory lane.

But the second edition of Kalkbrenner’s Back to the Future mix series goes even deeper into the world of old-school classics and forgotten club anthems. Featuring everything from hyperactive Dance Mania ghetto house to chuggin’ Belgian new beat, it continues to catalog all the tunes Kalkbrenner and his friends used to listen to on the radio in East Berlin.

Listen to the mix above and train spot the tracklist below.

Tracklisting
Slackjaw – Drive my Body (Brute, UK, 1992)
The Latin Age – Esta Loca (Easy Dance, UK, 1989)
Marshall Jefferson – Move your Body (Trax, US, 1986)
Todd Terry – Now Way (One, US, 1992)
Main X – 88 to Piano (Hithouse, Belgium, 1991)
Format – Dance (ESP, Netherlands, 1992)
Eden’s Paradise – This is the Dance (Breaking Bones, US, 1989)
S.P.Q.R. – Tribal Experience (Underground, Ireland, 1993)
6 Bell All – Me and the Mailman (Rhythm, Netherlands, 1991)
Lhasa – The Attic (Music Man, Belgium, 1990)
Lil’ Louis – The Original Video Clash (Dance Mania, US, 1989)
Private Productions – Sex Tape (80 AUM, Netherlands, 1992)
Last Rhythm – Sleepwalking (American, Italy, 1990)
CLS – Can you feel it (Strictly Rhythm, US, 1991)
Rossi – Rossi by Rossi (Music Man, Belgium, 1990)
Kaballa – Drums of the Lock (Big Time International, Belgium, 1993)
Format – Solid Sessions (ESP, Netherlands, 1991)
Set Up System – Music and Noise (Big Time International, Belgium, 1991)
House Syndicate – Jam the Mace (Dopewax, US, 1990)
Fuck the Industry – This is B.U.G. (B.U.G., Germany, 1991)
Gat Decor – Passion (Effective, UK, 1992)
Drug Free America – Cyberspace (Cybersound, UK, 1992)

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