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On the heels of their triumphant debut release, Rip n Burn are back to provide another session of musical madness. With influences ranging from proper minimal grooves to dirty tech-house to industrial-flavored downtempo and beyond, Back For Dinner aptly gives the thrust necessary for a heavy floor workout as well as the diversity perfect for a home listening session.
Launching Back for Dinner is Out of Orbit Recordings boss and lead artist Martinez, who proves his genius with his spine-chilling re-interpretation of Nathan Fakes otherworldly "The Sky Was Pink". The duo Chardronnet vs. Afrilounge follow up with their minimalicious "Phonix", whose wobbly synth lead and eerily subdued vocals led it to become one of 2005s biggest hits from Germanys top label Poker Flat. Not to be outdone by his fellow Danish countryman Martinez, the universally in-demand Trentemøller presents his breakthrough remix of Yoshimotos "Du What U Du", the colossal track which put him on the global map and was possibly the most unanimously heralded track of 2005.
As the CD nears its close, a pair of deep-groovin numbers from Lindstrom (the popular M.A.N.D.Y. remix of "I Feel Space") and Mathew Jonson (with his profoundly twisted "Return of the Zombie Bikers") eases the listener into the hazy after-hours atmosphere where the morning light barely penetrates the nights fog. Closing the CD is American cult favorite Bluetech, providing his downtempo EBM-influenced re-construction of burgeoning electro artist Schatsis "Rhythm Machine". Get ripped and feel the burn!