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Carl Cox

Mixed Live: Area 2 Detroit

Moonshine

Mixmaster Carl Cox, the original Mixed Live subject, is back… in control, in Detroit, and in serious need of some tranquilizers. Caught in the act in all his D-Town splendor during Moby’s Area 2 Tour, Cox takes insanity to a whole new, dizzying level. From the very first second, the beat is monstrous and relentless. There is no escape for even a single breath. Great stuff from Smith & Selway, Ian Void, The Hacker, Renato Cohen, SLAM, and Cox himself that contribute to his un-eq’ued madness. This mixed disc is a merciless carpet bombing of commanding beats that leave you feeling like Dresden – on fire, devastated, and in desperate need of reconstruction.

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