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Techno > Funk (The DJMix Series)


Download links and information about Techno > Funk (The DJMix Series) by Cajmere. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 59:24 minutes.

Artist: Cajmere
Release date: 2000
Genre: Electronica, House, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 59:24
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No. Title Length
1. Shooting Stars (featuring Sky Master) 4:56
2. Cycle Sluts (featuring Rok) 2:52
3. Tribe (featuring Vincent Davis) 2:21
4. Undisputed Life (Technasia Remix) (featuring John Thomas) 4:35
5. Electric Deluxe (featuring Electric Deluxe) 4:20
6. Storm (DJ Shufflemaster Remix) (featuring Ben Sims) 3:45
7. Crashed At the End (featuring Scorp) 6:50
8. Ambush (featuring Bandit) 2:10
9. Answering Machine (Green Velvet 2000 Remix) (featuring Green Velvet) 4:10
10. Dopamine (featuring Jay Denham) 3:01
11. JB Forklift (Luke Slater's Filtered Remix) (featuring Joey Beltram) 2:18
12. Midnight Taxi (featuring Beroshima) 1:06
13. Rise (featuring Eddie Amador) 2:44
14. Shift (featuring John Thomas) 2:14
15. Duel Channel (featuring Mario J) 3:33
16. Goin' (featuring Echoplex) 2:25
17. Detached (featuring James Ruskin) 6:04



Less than a year after releasing his Green Velvet retrospective album, legendary Chicago producer Curtis Jones returns under his Cajmere alter ego with this DJ-mix album. Techno Funk's heavy emphasis on techno will instantly surprise longtime fans of his Cajmere records and his affiliated Cajual label from the early to mid-'90s, which are both synonymous with the rebirth of Chicago house. So when Cajmere drops hard techno classics, such as Joey Beltram's "JB Forklift," alongside other banging tracks, such as James Rushkin's "Detached," rather than Cajual-style artists (Glenn Underground, Mark Grant, or Gene Farris), something seems a bit odd — this isn't the same Cajmere of "Brighter Days" fame. Of course, it is still him, but times have changed; the inclusion of "Answering Machine," one his most-recognized tracks released as Green Velvet, over any of his Cajmere tracks offers insight to the artist's agenda. Even though he's releasing this album under this moniker, it sounds more like something that should be associated with Green Velvet — this may disappoint fans that favor his house more than his harsher sounds. Still, even if this album is seemingly out of character, it stands out as one of the best techno-orientated mix albums released at a point in time when trance DJ mixes dominate the record stores.