Oliver Bondzio and Ramon Zenker from Germany form this Dusseldorf-based acid house
Hardfloor were the toast of the mid-90s when many major artists looked to them to
inject their Acperience remix magic, and bring their releases up to date with post
Acperience acid/techno music. Their remix work has included Sourmash's
"Pilgrimage To Paradise", More Kanté's "Yeke Yeke", New Order's "Blue Monday",
Human League's "Filling Up With Heaven", Depeche Mode's "Its No Good", and
Robert Armani's "Circus Bells".
Album Review on Discogs.
"One of my favorite techno releases ever, a testament to Hardfloor's unique style
and influence on many genres of dance music. Mahogany Roots and Reverberate Opinion
are my two favorite Hardfloor tracks from over the years and both are on this
disc... just those two are worth getting this for! if you get tired of hard,
unemotional and machine like techno, grab this album and see how funk still
lives with certain producers."