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TRACKLISTINGS

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Tracklisting Thursday 11 July
Updated 12 July 2002

Aqua Vista - 'The Robot (Ep - Go Feral)' (Purr)
Yesterday's Kids - 'Be All Right (LP - Can't Hear Nothin')' (Panic Button)
Total Science - 'Bogarts (Ep - 50)' (Trouble On Vinyl)
Ann Peebles - 'Breaking Yp Somebody's Home (LP - If Loving You Is Wrong)' (Kent)
Reynolds - 'I Just Want To Get Along (EP - The Twominutemen)' (Jonson Family)
Stylus - 'Muggy (LP - Pedwar)' (Forth Dimension)
Rex Cole Mountaineers - 'I Laughed So Hard I Almost Died (Pig's Big 78)' (Panachord)
Alpha Omega - 'Countdown' (Outbreak Records)
Horace Goes Skiing - 'You Cheeky So And So (LP - Yeah Right Sure)' (Popkid)
Young People - 'Ditty (LP - Young People)' (5 Rue Christine)
Gladstone & Duncanes - 'Beggar Round Town (7")' (Dip Records)
Landing - 'Can't Hide Forever (LP - Seasons)' (Ba Da Bing)
Young Tiger - 'I Was There (At The Coronation) (LP - London Is The Place For Me)' (Honest Jon's)
Liars - 'Nothing Is Ever Lost Or Can Be Lost, My Science Friend (LP - They Threw Us In A Trench And Stuck A Statue On Top)' (Blast First)
Winnebago Warriors - 'Trailer Trash (12")' (Smitten)
Erase Errata - 'Franch Canada (Lp - Other Animals)' (Tsk! Tsk!)
Barrichello - 'Down Soft (CD Single)' (Sl)
Corvin Dalek - 'Mix (Details To Follow)' (N/A)
The Misunderstood - 'Who Do You Love (LP - Before The Dream Faded)' (Cherry Red Records)
Nu-Jax - 'Everybody Go Off (12")' (Dance Beat)
The Bonza Dog Do Da Band - 'Slush (LP - The History Of The Bonzos)' (United Artists Records)
J S Ten - 'Driven (12")' (Action)
Rosco - 'Capital Star (Cd Single)' (Holier Then Thou)
Culture - 'Peace And Love (LP - Peace And Love)' (Rhino)
Thursday 11th July - Corvin Dalek Mix

Corvin Dalek was born in the Hungarian capital Budapest and played his first DJ gig in a disused railway station near Bodrog on the bitterly cold new years eve of 1988. Later Corvin would set up his company Sunflower Promotions and go on organise some of the first techno parties in eastern Europe. 10 years later after a trip to Berlin he decided to move to the revitalised German capital. Since then he's worked as a DJ, producer, remixer and graphic designer. In addition during Berlin's first DJ convention he officially set the world record for playing a set with the most number of turntables ten.

Corvin's debut single on MFS was Pounds&pénz, produced together with Munich based DJ Alex Flatner in March 1999. Alex's remix of the single for the B-Side would become the definitive version of the track, the world's first wet&hard record. In February 2000, together with MFS's Mark Reeder, Corvin established the MFS sub label Flesh to explore and release music evolving from the current European underground.

Corvin has compiled the world's first wet&hard compilation 'hotkunst' as well as forth MFS compilation 'Lovetoys' - a collection of new MFS and flesh 12" releases and the soundtrack to the carnival erotica parade in Berlin on 14th July.

You can catch Corvin on the Wet & Hard tour on the following dates;
Friday 12th July at Slinky in Bournemouth
Saturday 13th July at the Loveparade in Berlin
Friday 19th July at Promise@foundation in Newcastle
Saturday 20th July at Lush@kellys in Northern Ireland
Friday 26th at Turnmills in London
Saturday 27th July at Inside-out in Glasgow

For more information on Corvin Dalek check out his website at www.corvindalek.com
To find out more about Wet &amp Hard go to www.mfs-berlin.de

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