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|1.||JASSS - "Little Lines" (6:11)|
|2.||Garland - "Sepses" (5:12)|
|3.||Sandoz - "Morning Star" (Dubmix) (7:19)|
|1.||Vromb - "Amalgame" (6:36)|
|2.||Le Matin - "Oil" (5:19)|
|3.||Anatolian Weapons - "Disillusioned" (8:57)|
|1.||Parrish Smith - "Minima" (4:20)|
|2.||Varoshi Fame - "Voice Of Command" (Chekov re-edit) (6:27)|
|3.||TowLie - "Conan" (5:23)|
|1.||Sysex - "Deep Space" (5:09)|
|2.||Borusiade - "Night Dive" (An Exercise In Indulgence) (5:29)|
|3.||DoseZero - "Tribal Dose" (7:59)|
Lena Willikens is not only the first female DJ to curate a compilation for Dekmantel's Selectors series, but also the first to put the emphasis on previously unreleased music rather than dusty-fingered crate-digging gems. That's not to say there aren't excellent older cuts present - see the decidedly psychedelic brilliance of Sandoz's ambient dub earworm "Morning Star (Dubmix)" and the trippy 2001 industrial dub techno of Vromb's "Amalgame" - just that there are a few more previously unheard killers. These include, but aren't limited too, the drowsy broken techno of Jasss's "Little Lines", Parrish Smith's jacking industrial house shuffler "Minima" and the druggy, mind-altering synthesizer soundtrack throb of Borusiade's intoxicating "Night Drive (An Exercise in Indulgence)".