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    Disc: 1
    1. Matt John - Britz Wind
    2. Minilogue - Atoms With Curiosity That Look
    3. Matt John - Froydish
    4. Adam Port - Black Noise (&Me Remix)
    5. Popof, Animal & Me feat. Arno - Hangover
    6. Nick Curly - When The Wild Horse
    7. Pele & Shawnecy - Can't Wait
    8. Santé & Frank Lorber - All About
    9. André Galluzzi & Dana Ruh - Beetle
    10. Mauro Picotto & Riccardo Ferri - The Riff
    11. wAFF - BeatMakerZ
    12. Julien Bracht - Acheronian
    13. Temma Teje - Nueva
    14. Uner - Monamen
    15. Mind Against - Argo

    Cocoon Recordings very own "best of" series presents the next issue which is again simply called by the number of the release-order. So it's number „nine“ this time ("Neun"). Yep, you heard right, number nine it is and another proof how fast time is passing while we listen to house and techno ;)

    Sven Väth has choosen Chris Tietjen again to compile and mix the pearls of the last Cocoon Recordings releases. Tietjen started as a young gung in Väths Cocoon Booking agency and developed into a proper club-dj over the last years. He even released his first solo-12" on Cocoon Recordings in 2012 which marked his final arrival in the techno-business.

    Tietjens progression as a DJ is clearly noticeable here as he laid down a very elegant and smooth overall mix. He delivered one of the best of his mix-compilations so far. He starts the journey with two Matt John and one Minilogue track which creates a very moody and warm introduction. The transition into the following part can be seen as a kind of "warm up" one would like to hear in a good technoclub. Next in the mix are Adam Port, Popof (Animal & Me) and Nick Curly who step by step feed the

    mix with more energy. From minute 22 onwards the mix starts to kick in and the bass-cabinets of your

    speakers should defintely move stronger now.

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