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Jorg Burger and Wolfgang Voigt’s one and only album (1996) set new standards in minimal techno music, resulting in the later explosion of Cologne’s techno scene - the labels Kompakt, Trapez and Traumshallplatten.

Deep, dubby, slim and long, the tracks of Burger Ink are a must-hear for any techno lover.


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  • peppergod


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  • brunocanales

    twelve miles high was and remains incredible

    27 Apr 2011 Reply
  • ahp00k

    This is still one of my go-to albums when there's serious coding to be done. So, so perfect on headphones in a darkened cavelike room.

    18 Jan 2010 Reply
  • domakesay

    They are both extremely influental, but they sound completely different, despite belonging to the same genre. 'Minimal Nation' is all about the rough heavy modern detroit style techno, whilst 'Las Vegas' is more mellow and soft, and represents the german min tech scene.

    7 Dec 2009 Reply
  • polymorphous71

    "Is there any other minimal kick-ass and influential recording than this one in the whole wide world?" - Yeah, Minimal Nation by Robert Hood.

    28 Nov 2009 Reply
  • rubenkaristokke


    24 Oct 2009 Reply
  • fjd11

    "las vegas" is an incredible album, still so fresh after thirteen years... i feel like what wolfgang voigt touches transcends electronica, becomes an avant-classical style almost...

    28 Jul 2009 Reply
  • elviza

    ideal zum nightcruisen inner city. diese schwere melanchonie, einfach herrlich

    29 Jan 2008 Reply
  • monoq1

    Good !!

    11 Jan 2008 Reply
  • ejival

    Is there any other minimal kick-ass and influential recording than this one in the whole wide world?

    3 Jul 2007 Reply

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