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Pickadoll's Mixed By John Dahlbäck / Pickadoll's Mixed By John Dahlback


Download links and information about Pickadoll's Mixed By John Dahlbäck / Pickadoll's Mixed By John Dahlback by John Dahlbäck / John Dahlback. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 02:33:31 minutes.

Artist: John Dahlbäck / John Dahlback
Release date: 2007
Genre: Electronica, House, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 02:33:31
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No. Title Length
1. Leave the Breadcrumbs 2:32
2. Skrutt 6:05
3. Hoodinge (featuring John, The Mark) 5:15
4. Bobobear 5:34
5. The Call (Featuring Yota) [Zoo Brazil Remix] (featuring Yota) 5:31
6. Jagging (featuring John, The Mark) 5:46
7. King Kong 6:15
8. Resist (featuring Zoo Brazil) 5:56
9. Outside (featuring Staffan Linzatti) 6:00
10. Let's Do This Again (featuring Özgür Can / Ozgur Can) 7:22
11. Snowman 5:45
12. The Great Fashionista Swindle (featuring Dada Life) 6:16
13. If You Give Me 6:17
14. Little Bug (featuring Sébastien Léger / Sebastien Leger) 5:33
15. Rince #1 (featuring John, The Mark) 5:35
16. Pickadoll's (Non Stop Mix) 1:07:49



It comes as little surprise that the first CD compilation on the Pickadoll label is heavily weighted towards John Dahlbäck — after all, it's one of his labels. As an introduction to his efforts as well as selections from various others who have released singles through the label, Pickadoll's is a solid overview for the curious and a mix of interest to Dahlbäck fans, though it's more accurate to call both output and mix a good midrange effort rather than a remarkable new one. To Dahlbäck's credit, he doesn't pretend otherwise; if his take and that of his labelmates on up-tempo house with electro elements is more illustrative than groundbreaking it's still a fine enough illustration. (Not for nothing is one of the best tracks on here, from Ozgür Can, called "Let's Do This Again.") The appropriate stutters on Mark & John's "Jagging" capture the disc at its essence — nothing is being done that hasn't been done already, but the fluid placement of the rolling sample or keyboard part (whichever it might be) against the bouncing spring of the lead melody is a crackerjack combination. Whether it's the building up to a high point on "Bobobear" right before an OK if still abrupt shift into the Zoo Brazil mix of "The Call" or the relentless, demi-industrial/EBM slam of Zoo Brazil's own contribution "Resist," Best title on the disc — Dada Life's "The Great Fashionista Swindle," though it sounds a lot less catwalky than one might have guessed.