28 Jul 2013
Section 25 Eigengrau (Klanggalerie) out now 
Eigengrau - Section 25

Klanggalerie has invited some great bands from the avant-garde and industrial music spheres to remix a selection of tracks by Section 25 and the results may be heard in the new 14-track Eigengrau remix CD album.

Contributors include Atomizer, Monoton, Wrangler/Stephen Mallinder and 23 Skidoo and the results have given the tracks selected (both old and new) a radical refresh.

Read Flipside's Review [7.5/10].

The album is out now via LTM Mailorder.

Tracklisting

1. Girls Don't Count (Atomizer Remix)
2. Beating Heart (Absolute Body Control Remix)
3. Desert (7JK Remix)
4. Colour Movement Sex & Violence (Monoton Remix)
5. Inner Drive (Dust Orchestra Remix)
6. Looking From a Hilltop (Wrangler/Stephen Mallinder Remix)
7. Desert (Samy Morpheus & Erge Storman Version)
8. The Process (Volcano The Bear Remix)
9. Uberhymn (DDAA Remix)
10. Desert (Shane Fahey Remix)
11. New Horizon (23 Skidoo Remix)
12. Girls Don't Count (Renaldo & The Loaf Remix)
13. Desert (:zoviet*france: Remix)
14. Dirty Disco (Portion Control Remix)

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