Tigerbeat – Beat Me ´Till I Understand

Artist: Tigerbeat
Title: Beat Me ´Till I Understand
Cat No: ANGST002-1
Format: 12″ / Download


Info: You don’t need to be beaten to unconsciousness ’till you understand that this new remix EP by Tigerbeat kicks ass. Charming, hip-rocking beauties Tigerbeat, who’re normally unleashing their incurable sexiness on Buback Records, gracefully dedicated material from their latest album “13 Songs“ for this remix mash-up. So now they’re causing ructions on Angora Steel with this 12”… and they will beat some senses into you indeed, if only with their choice of raging remixers! At the very first take on „Beat Me ’Till I Understand“ it´s all in the family. Ladomat Label mate Ascii.Disko not only brought this EP’s cover collage to life but also contributed producing skills to Tigerbeat’s last album “13 Songs“. And when it comes to entertainment, the whole world is a stage for the congenial man-machine: remixes for Josh Wink and Cielo are an undeniable proof!  You can tell playing after show sets for Björk hasn’t spoiled disco punk kingpin Tommie Sunshine. After collaborations with Felix Da Housecat, Princess Superstar, remixes for The Stills, Scissor Sisters and even the king of Rock’n’Roll himself Elvis (in the end that one never made it for a commercial release, though), he’s on to a new remix of Tigerbeat’s “Looking Good” that sounds like… well, just imagine the Beach Boys gone even more psychedelic. If possible…
On the flipside, it’s Punx Soundcheck who get their share of the deal and this is not a hit of valium. Instead, Punx Soundcheck created a rolling special blast that consists of electro thunderstorm ghettoblaster Nightrider tribute stuff. Very smart and apart. Just like their other remixes for Atomizer (on Gigolo), Dead Or Alive and the original track they recorded with Marc Almond. Yes, they are eager to please and leave beaks hungrily open for more.  Savas Pascalidis? Watch out son, he´s the CEO of Lasergun and established artist on Gigolo and Kurbel Records. Being among the most creative sound fuss-pots, Savas sneaked in, hijacked the track and pumped some pushing electro disco techhouse in it.


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