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  1. DJ Hell discography and songs: Music profile for DJ Hell, born Genres: Tech House, Electro, Techno. Albums include Teufelswerk, NY Muscle, and Munich Machine.
  2. Pascal Dior & Bada, both half Korean, half German, were born and grew up in Germany, which is worldwide renowned for its leading electronic music scene and harboring some of the best clubs and parties. 2 Tracks. Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from MischMasch (Pascal Dior) on your desktop or mobile device.
  3. Oct 22,  · The first single was 'Ghost Track' accompanied by a Black Strobe remix followed by their fantastic 'Misch Masch' album which not only showcased their .
  4. DJ Deep did a superb job with last year's first instalment, so the pressure's on German veteran DJ Hell to make this second volume equally special. For the most part, Hell rises to the challenge, offering a fluid, energetic, well-paced trawl through three decades of electronic music.
  5. Mar 12,  · Back on the Flamboyant era, this remix appeared on vinyl. I've realized DJ Hell CD Misch Masch includes the remix but I'd rather prefer having a PSB realease with it. Is it avalaible *on CD* in any proper PSB product? (besides acetates/promo/et al). I checked Steffen's Discography first!
  6. Songtexte und Videos vom Album DJ Hell: Misch Masch von DJ Hell und vieles mehr findest du auf Then and Before (von Zander VT) Phuture Bound Bubbles (von B12) Blackout Phase 3 (von Lil’ Louis) I've Seen That Face Before (DJ Hell remix) (von Grace Jones) Deer in the Headlights (DJ Hell remix) (von Chelonis R. Jones) West End Girls (DJ.
  7. An unequivocal industry visionary, DJ Hell's career has embodied and then transcended his many guises: Anti-Superstar DJ, International DeeJay Gigolo Label Boss, GQ Man of the Year, Playboy, Jetsetter, Bon Viveur, Munich Machine, New York Muscle.
  8. In , Karl Lagerfeld photographed DJ Hell for V Magazine. These photographs were then exhibited at a gallery in Berlin. DJ Hell on his affinity for fashion (in SPEX #/, p. 95f): “In England, fashion and music have gone together for decades. In Germany, however, one tends to deny a musician’s competence if he defines himself.