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Expo2000 (Speedup Arche B Edit)


Only a little faster than version 1.

Expo 2000 (Arche B Edit)


You bet I tried to cover Kraftwerk too. This attempt - more a remix than a cover actually, I like.



A cover version of an old C64 game score by Rob Hubbard with an actual guitar played by Mike Andrews.





Maral is the last real evolutionary step I did until recording Evolutions itself: Moving from computer-based interfaces to a real sequencer and keyboard. It’s from the same tape as the uncut recording of Evolution, done in 1993. At this point I was allready using the Wavestation and the DR660 drumcomputer.

Data Transmission


This one’s not only one of my favourite Kobayashi Maru productions but one of the best tracks period, I think. I don’t know why, but here everything fits together - dark lyrics about an over-technological world, really *electronic* sounds and the computer voice (from the Commodore Amiga) - it simply works. So it was no wonder, that I choose this as the final track for my first live performance.

It does sound a bit like Clock DVA, but unlike Circle of Evil it wasn’t meant to be a rip off, it simply ended up that way. And it still got enough of my own character in it anyway.

Brot fuer die Jugend


Brot für die Jugend
Stahl für den Sudan!

Kernkraftwerk (Live At Gemjam)


Der Killergaertner (Live)


DJ Ottic and I wrote this one together - it's about a gardener going on a killing spree all around the neighbourhood.

Jump The Roman (live)


Oh boy... What a stupid tune... Hehe...

Okay, we all know that artists take their inspirations from big issues. They write poems about love and sing about the earth - all the deep stuff, right?