Dancing Dead - Month 5

Dancing Dead - Month 5

2012. Two years already since I died and eight before the end.

I am Naeleck from Lethe; I died on January 2010 and since then I have ten years to become the best DJ in the world. It was my dream when still alive, but this is not likely to be now and "the one I made a pact with" is the only one to know what will happen if I don’t.

During the night, I look anything but human and I can't appreciate your polished music. Instead, what many would call "noise" brings me satisfaction. Luckily, many other human beings seem to also have this perversion in music. So every month I share here my affliction to those who have grown tired of following the day walkers, the straight and narrow. This is not for the squeamish -- huge beats, dirty basslines and heavy leads full of distortion. I want to start this new year by giving away my last remix I did with Oddity for New York’s rapper D’Secret Svc. This is out on Coco Machete Records and some of you may have already bought it, but for the others here’s a 320kbp/s mp3.

And well I guess you’re here for Dancing Dead so here we are, Month 5.

Tracklisting:

Dirty Disco Youth & Fukkk Offf - Nuclear War (Original Mix) - Exclusive
Dirty Disco Youth & Fukkk Offf - Bomb Distaster (Original Mix) - Exclusive
Tommy Trash - Sex, Drugs, Rock N Roll (Original Mix)
Zedd - Slam The Door (Original Mix)
Swedish House Mafia & Knife Party - Antidote (Tommy Trash Remix)
Knife Party - Internet Friends (Dancing Dead Edit)
Fast Foot - Protect Animals (Lazy Rich Remix)
Owl Vision - Moloch (Vengeance Remix)
Cold Blank - Redroid (Original Mix)
Skrillex & Wolfgang Gartner - The Devil's Den (Original Mix)
Tim Berg - Alcoholic (Dada Life Remix)
Sound Of Stereo - Diamond (The Loops Of Fury Remix)
80kidz - Voice (Baroque Remix)
The Groove Shadows - The Joker (Naeleck Remix)

"He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you."
- Friedrich Nietzsche "Beyond Good and Evil", Aphorism 146 (1886)

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