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|1. Radio Jolly (Adult. De-Funked Remix) - Jolly Music|
|2. You're So Gansta (Playgroup Instrumental) - Chromeo|
|3. Ich And Elaine (2raumwohnung Club Mix) - 2raumwohnung|
|4. The Big Fake - Traffic Signs|
|5. You (Vocal) - Tutto Matto|
|6. Shemale (Black Strobe Remix) - Sir Drew|
|7. Deceptacon (DFA RMX) - Le Tigre|
|8. ...So - Soft Cell|
|9. Dubby Disco - Antonelli Electr.|
|10. Sacrifice - Break 3000|
|11. Dying In Beaty - Tiga & Zyntherius|
|12. Time Has Changed - Codec & Flexor|
|13. Devices - Carol A. Finlow|
|14. Rather Be - St. Plomb|
|15. Shake a Leg - St. Plomb|
|16. The Unconditional Discipline Of The Bastard Prince - Volga Select|
|17. Lowrider - Off Pop|
|18. Home Again - Mandy|
|19. Mispent Years - Schatrax|
|20. Man Hardina (DJ Kinks) - Tiga|
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He might have made his name as one of the founding fathers of electroclash, but Montreal-based DJ Tiga's contribution to the DJ Kicks series proves he's got a range and talent to outlive the genre. Rather than choosing the obvious genre-defining tracks, he's hunted out some stellar remixers from the field of punk-funk and electro-pop: there's Adult twisting Jolly Music's "Radio Jolly" into a gothic pulse, DFA recasting Le Tigre as shrill disco maidens on "Deceptacon", and Trevor Jackson adopting his Playgroup guise to reinvent Chromeo's "You're So Gangsta" as a digital funk number, vibrating with stuttering electronic pin-drops, and splashed with a comfy burst of saxophone.
Tiga is, it had to be said, still one for the occasional 1980s fashion crime--resurrecting Stevie V's "Dirty Cash" for the new millennium is a thoroughly gruesome idea, and the very idea should be put wherever they put Flock of Seagulls. But he makes a remarkably good case for the rehabilitation of many of the hallmarks of the decade of excess: take Codec & Flexor's "Time Has Changed", for example, which revisits the mood of electronic melancholy once perfected by Depeche Mode but casts it within a thoroughly modern-sounding framework of glitchy futurism. --Louis Pattison