I-F

Mixed Up in the Hague, Vol. 1

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I-f's Mixed Up in the Hague is an excellent dance-history lesson focusing on the electro-disco that's been such an influence on his productions. Wisely avoiding most of the endlessly compiled electro classics ("Planet Rock," "Rockit," "Clear") that tend to bore advanced listeners, I-f instead looks back to the motorized sequencer disco of the late '70s and early '80s with a parade of excellent obscurities. (Featuring track titles but no list of performers is undoubtedly not an oversight but a challenge to potential trainspotters out there.) The more familiar tracks include "Manmade" by Man Parrish, "The Chase" by Giorgio Moroder, a remix (cover?) of Kraftwerk's "Tour de France," "Space Is the Place" by Newcleus, "Problemes d'Amour" by Alexander Robotnick, and "Dirty Talk" by Klein + MBO. The mix is raw and hands-on too, with almost two dozen tracks squeezed into an hour of mixing.

Track Listing

Title/Composer Performer Time
1
I-F
03:30
2
I-F
01:03
3
I-F
04:54
4
I-F
05:02
5
I-F
02:34
6
I-F
02:59
7
I-F
02:45
8
I-F
02:05
9
I-F
04:34
10
I-F
03:59
11
I-F
05:32
12
I-F
01:33
13
I-F
01:49
14
I-F
02:12
15
I-F
03:55
16
I-F
02:34
17
I-F
02:03
18
I-F
01:32
19
I-F
01:09
20
I-F
01:38
21
I-F
04:40
22
I-F
05:10
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