There is one thing i didn't published in my blog: A playlist. Perhaps it is time to revive this habit. Okay, this this my heavy rotation playlist of this summer:
  • Arcadia (Telefon Tel Aviv Remix) by Apparat from the album Things to Be Frickled (Remix Apparat)
    I discovered Apparat just a few weeks ago. Instant heavy rotation on my iPod. Don't know why, but i really like it. (iTunes)
  • This Must Be It by R÷yksopp from the album Junior
    Many people just know Royksopp because of their track "Eple", which was choosen as the welcome song of Mac OS X 10.3 "Panther". But they make really great electro pop. This piece is from their recent album ((iTunes)
  • Moan (Mikael Simpson Version) by Trentem°ller from the album Vamp / Miss You Remixes - EP
    Oh, this song is on the list because of the occurances of the horror week in February this year. I heard this song again and again until May this year. I perfectly matched my mood at this time (iTunes)
  • Blind (slot B Mix) by Backlash from the album Impetus
    I really like the driving beat of this piece in conjunction with the female voice.(iTunes)
  • A Perfect Lie (Theme Song) [Gabriel & Dresden Remix] by The Engine Room from the album Nip/Tuck
    I didn't like the series "Nip/Tuck" but this track from the theme is really great.(iTunes)
  • Dirty Thirty (feat. Peter Hook) by The Crystal Method from the album Divided By Night
    There is one moment in this sond i like most. It's this brass section at 4:26. Well, i'm not sure if this part is really brass, but it sounds a little bit like it and it fits perfectly at this place. (iTunes)
  • Drugs Or Me (Styrofoam Remix) by Jimmy Eat World from the album Work - EP
    Styrofoam is repsonsible for many of my favorite tunes this and last year. But i didn't included a song from him in this list. I've decided to include a remix of a song of a Jimmy Eat World track.(iTunes)
  • Teardrop by Newton Faulkner from the album Hand Built By Robots
    There was a time, where i wasn't able to stand a single view of this baby in the womb with this Massive Attack track. Nevertheless is a great piece of music. This version doesn't have the broken, intense female vocals, but has it's own attaction.(iTunes)
  • Around the World / Harder Better Faster Stronger by Daft Punk from the album Alive 2007 (Live)
    I'm not really fan of Daft Punk. At first, because not every piece of them is really good and the really good ones were instant "Good song but played damned too much" pieces. But this live version of intermixed "Around the World" and "Harder Better Faster Stronger" is really great. Both tracks wins through the mixture(iTunes)
  • Play Dead by Pain from the album Psalms of Extinction
    I know quite a break in this playlist, but there weren't just electronic tracks on my playlist of this summer. This is one of the better cover versions of one of the few pieces without a squeaking Bj÷rk Gu­mundsdˇttir (iTunes)
  • Careless Whisper by Seether from the album Careless Whisper - Single
    I hate George Michael. But this version of "Careless Whisper" makes a enjoyable experience out of this greasy crime to good taste. I've heard the Seether version on my vacation in California and it's somewhat connected to this trip.(iTunes)
  • Bliss by Syntax from the album Meccano Mind
    Let's close this playlist with an electronic piece. I really like the atmospheric soundscapes in conjunction with the beat. (iTunes)