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Album Review

Released on his own label, International DeeJay Gigolo Records, Teufelswerk is the 2009 effort from DJ, producer, label boss, and electro-clash pioneer DJ Hell. Split into a “Night” and “Day” side, the album features an ambitious mix of electro-clash club tracks and dirty techno numbers along with some truly experimental moments. Art rock veteran Bryan Ferry and hip-hop impresario Diddy join Hell on vocals.

Customer Reviews

Album of the Year!

Serisously though, every song could be a single. Clever that itunes didn't mention that song 3 "The DJ" is Sean P Diddy Combs on vocals. It's kooky and hits you in the mouth. Two people that I respect the most in the music industry on one song. Excellent! I'm still trying to figure out which one is my fave. Must buy for any Electronic/Dance music fan or just a fan of good ol' music in general.


Mediocre recycled techno. Bryan Ferry's appearance on the first track is a highlight. The P Diddy appearance on is unintentionally comical, on the other hand.

The most musically intriguing track (at least judging from the clips) is "The Angst & The Angst", but that track is available album-only. Sorry, not buying the entire album for one potentially interesting track.


Born: 1962 in Munich, Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

DJ Hell (or simply Hell) has balanced Detroit minimalism and Chicago acid-house as well as more spacious German trance and hardcore. Beginning his mixing career while still a teenager, Hell moved through punk and new wave to electro, house and hip-hop by the mid-'80s. His DJing gradually led to the start of his production career, and one of his first singles "My Definition of House Music" became a large club hit when reissued by Belgium's R&S Records in 1992. He moved to Berlin to work with Hardwax...
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Teufelswerk, DJ Hell
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Apr 27, 2009

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