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Carl Cox Drops First Album In 10 Years: Listen

A decade has passed since superstar deejay/producer/artist, Carl Cox released a proper full-length, and though the techno king has assembled countless mixtape “albums” in the time since, Electronic Generations marks the official successor to All Roads Lead to the Dance Floor (2012.)

Through the release of “Speed Trials On Acid” with Fatboy Slim, initial plans for the new Cox LP were announced earlier this year, however, Electronic Generations had been rescheduled to insure its quality. 

Available as a double-disc album, the A-side of Electronic Generations contains 17 originals, while the B-side includes six remixes and one reprise of the eponymous track, for nearly hours of top-shelf techno.

In addition to five unique reworks of “Speed Trials On Acid,” Chase & Status‘s drum ‘n’ bass spin of “Our Time Will Come” also made the album along with two other collaborations with Nicole Moudaber and Franky Wah.

One of the legendary talents in the Techno dance music space, Carl Cox continues to experiment with untapped sounds, incorporating classic melodies with present-day styles that create a cohesive unit that is Electronic Generations.

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Author: Saul Goode

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