|4||–Uwe Hell||Don't Forget To Scream|
|8||–Alic||Zuckerbrot Und Peitsche|
|10||–Tom Teel||Alt Entf Strg (Fiddly Modwheel Mix)
Remix – Modwheel
|11||–Tsp00ner||Control Room (Portalmix)|
|12||–CRS||Hey You So Hot (Plasma2097 Remix)
Remix – Plasma2097
|13||–Uwe Hell||Ohnmachtsgelueste (Minimal Version)|
|14||–Simmetune||Die Geschichte Vom Jungen Mann Mit Seinem Computer|
|15||–Vidok||Phoenix (Original Mix)|
|16||–Manoush||Cold Hearts (After Work Mix)|
|19||–Vadim Lankov||Black Aroma|
|23||–Nuclear Ramjet||iBrator 1.21|
|24||–Stoney Broke Weirdos||Milchstraße 106|
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Mixotic 078. Theme Fe. Funkmonster Theme Fe - Slices Of Electronic Cuts (File, MP3, Mixed, 192). Mixotic 078. Germany.
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The second album from the Knife, Deep Cuts saw wide release only after the success of 2006's Silent Shout, a more dance-oriented work than its dark, moody successor. While the wonderful quirks of the Swedish brother/sister duo - namely distorted vocals and prominent synth lines - are present, they are often used in shimmering, club-ready contexts, as on the vibrant "Heartbeats" (later covered by indie-folk performer José Gonzalez) and "You Take My Breath Away," which skates along nimbly on a sheet of icy beats
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All music composed by Masami Akita, Mats Gustafsson, and Balázs Pándi.