Decks, EFX & 909


Decks, EFX & 909
Decks, EFX & 909
Compilation album (Mix) by Richie Hawtin
Released Canada, October 25, 1999
Genre Detroit techno
Length 58:19
Label NovaMute
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Richie Hawtin chronology
- Decks, EFX & 909
(1999)
DE9: Closer to the Edit
(2003)

Decks, EFX & 909 is an influential Detroit techno compilation album mixed by Richie Hawtin. The album is also known to as "DE9", the header for used for all his subsequent releases, such as DE9: Transitions.

"909" refers to the Roland TR-909.

Track listing

  1. "Early Blow" - Ratio
  2. "Dumped" - G. Flame & Mr. G
  3. "User (02) - B2" - Richard Harvey
  4. "User (04) - A2" - Richard Harvey
  5. "User (02) - A2" - Richard Harvey
  6. "User (01) - B2" - Richard Harvey
  7. "001A - A2" - Richard Harvey
  8. "B2" - Grain 1
  9. "Road to Rio EP - B2" - Santos Rodriguez
  10. "B1" - Grain 2
  11. "Road to Rio EP - A2" - Santos Rodriguez
  12. "A1" - Grain 2
  13. "002A - B1" - Richard Harvey
  14. "Call of the Wild" - Jeff Mills
  15. "L8" - Jeff Mills
  16. "Scout" - Jeff Mills
  17. "L8 [2]" - Jeff Mills
  18. "Orange/Minus 1" - Richie Hawtin
  19. "Orange/Minus 2" - Richie Hawtin
  20. "Minus/Orange 2" - Richie Hawtin
  21. "Let Your Body Learn" - Nitzer Ebb
  22. "Minus/Orange 1" - Richie Hawtin
  23. "What the Hell Was That? [Intermission]" - Richie Hawtin
  24. "Killabite (002) - A1" - Killabite
  25. "The Loops - A1" - Ben Sims
  26. "Alarms" - Jeff Mills
  27. "Force & Form [Surgeon Remake 2]" - Surgeon
  28. "Zen" - Pacou
  29. "Five" - Heiko Laux
  30. "Dead Eye" - Baby Ford & Eon
  31. "Club Soda" - Savvas Ysatis
  32. "It's Process Not Substance" - Stewart S. Walker
  33. "5" - M
  34. "Neo" - Vladislav
  35. "Aliens Don't Boogie" - Thor
  36. "Question (003) - B2" - Marco Carola
  37. "Kykeon" - Quadrant
  38. "Never Tell You [Version]" - Rhythm & Sound

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