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G-Love – “Teddy Bear” (Top 40 Netlabel)

Trashy Techno-Pop Hysteria | Prepare yourself for some good old rave signals! The mysterious G-Love takes you back to the old days where the crowds shook their bodies frenetic at the Berlin Love Parade. When everything was about hedonism, XTC and some awfully bad vocal shortcuts like "Superstar", "Mayday" or "Ce-e-e-lebration Ge-e-enartion!". Ah, and did I mention the Remix-Package which invites musicians to make a remix?

I like good stories whether they are true or not. If I read the funny description about the "Teddy Bear"-release and how the music found its way to Top40-Netlabel, I get a little bit suspicious. Is it true, that some unknown producer from Dresden send these solid dancefloor-smash-hits to the russian netlabel? Was he really an active member of rave movement in the middle of 90's? And did he really start again to make music after 10 years of absence?!?

Nothing of that matters because these tracks are great. Great if you like some odd-vocals like "I Got You Under My Skin", "The Flavour of the Drive" or "You Feel The Drive" along with a powerful and catchy Techno-production with some Pop in it. Especially "Flavour of z drive" reminds me a little bit of these awful Scooter-Tracks with way too much pathetic vocals. But check out "Superstar" or the humorous track "Teddy Bear". In some manner a definitive club hit!

And one last word! If you're a producer check out the remix-pack for the Teddy Bear song and make your own hysterical TechnoPop-Track. We're courious to listen to it!

MP3 Techno Music Download

Download: G-Love - Teddy Bear (ZIP-Archive)
Relase: G-Love - Teddy Bear
Download: Remix Package for "Teddy Bear"

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Phlow-Author Moritz »mo.« Sauer This article was written on 18.March 2008 by Moritz »mo.« Sauer. Moritz »mo.« Sauer is the founder of and a true music lover. As a participant and journalist of the free music movement he joined several Netaudio parties in Europe including Netaudio Nürnberg, Netaudio Barcelona, Netaudio London or Netaudio Bern. Read more articles written by .


  • sounds more like a cheap musicmaker-release ... i´m also fan of oldschool-techno, but this one is really nothing special.

    Gravatar of Monsieur J. Monsieur J. said on
    18. Mar 2008 at 1:26 pm
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  • Hey, did someone said something against pushing filter-trance house? Or am I getting old? It generally seems that the producers from east of Germany are much more into this trance kind of sound.

    Gravatar of 020200 020200 said on
    18. Mar 2008 at 8:27 pm
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  • Hey, and like I wrote above: "Trashy Techno-Pop Hysteria!" Even Top-40 released this EP with an wink of an eye. Don't take it to serious and if you listen hardly than you will find some really great hooks and a fat production. *hehehe*

    Gravatar of mo. mo. said on
    19. Mar 2008 at 9:28 am
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