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Boomkat Product Review:
German techno institution DJ Hell digs deep into his rolodex contacts list to pull out some pretty marvellous collaborators for his latest album on International Deejay Gigolo. I'm not sure if you'd believe us that P Diddy actually features on one track (we had to ring Diddles ourselves just to verify it), with Bryan Ferry cropping up on another, but we're afraid it's all completely true and there's very little anyone can do about it. Split between two discs, this is an ambitious project looking at the concepts of 'Day', and 'Night' through the medium of Ibiza/Berlin friendly electropop and darker house, featuring able production assistance throughout from a supporting cast including Christian Prommer, Peter Kruder, Anthony Rother and the legendary Mijk Van Dijk. Bryan Ferry crops up on the 'Night' disc providing backing vocals for 'U Can Dance' with surprisingly brilliant results, perching his affected croon atop a handsome Italo influenced Euro-dance track with pop potential, but it's massively overshadowed by the inescapable ego of Diddy spouting E'd up babble all over a darkstyle Chicago house track that really just needs to be heard to be believed. So as day breaks, DJ Hell has another disc lined up for you, this time filled with Krautrock homages, cinematic house and droning post-techno beats for those who have the stamina to go all the way. To the second disc. A highly intriguing document of the upper echelons of techno and clublife society for fans of P.Diddy, Bryan Ferry, Night and Day.