De_Tot_Cor - Deine Augen
EBM, Industrial Remember that feeling you had at school, when you opened your lunchbox and found an unexpected Choccy bar?

That feeling can come back, even to a 26 year old adult male. That feeling is De_Tot_Cor. A project hailing from Barcelona (Although some sources cite that the project is Andorran - answers on the back of a postcard), and credited to one Mc Jordi, has already blown away the Industrial underground with the track "Madchenliebe", and the EP "Dead Heart", released on the credible Vendetta Records.

However, months before people were evening sniffing around the name of De_Tot_Cor (which in Jordi's native Catalan means "With all my Heart"), this classic demo was released, but solely given to friends, Dj's, and zines. This move will nibble at the conscience of all fans of De_Tot_Cor, as this demo has some of the best tracks you'll hear this decade.

This demo consists of five tracks - only one of which, "Strawberry Panic", has survived onto later releases. Three of the tracks consist of the title track ("Deine Augen"), and two remixes of said track. Fortunately, ("Deine Augen"), is an absolute masterpiece, and the Club Edit of this track is easily the best demo track I have ever heard, and hasn't come off of my iPod since I heard it. It is an immediate Industrial dance track, with an intro that makes you get up and stomp immediately. The track also has vocals which are attributed to "Jenny P from Luzid" - a name unknown to me, for reasons I cannot ascertain. She has a gorgeous voice, and the vocals on this are extremely beautiful and calm (It sounds VERY similar to "Silence" by Delerium) - which doesn't usually work with a hard Industrial track, but boy, does this work! The remixes of this track are deeply, deeply interesting too, one of which is softer than the other, and one is shorter and noticeably more focused on the synth.

The other track on here is an instrumental cover of Lacuna Coil's "Falling" - Jordi himself admits to covering Lacuna Coil in his early days as a musician. Never has a demo release impressed me so much, and I really feel for those of you who will never hear this due to its lack of public release.

De_Tot_Cor; then? Does what it says on the Tin. "With All my Heart?" -Never has a band name seemed so fitting. Well done Jordi!
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De_Tot_Cor - Deine Augen

8.5
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Demo released 2010
Remember that feeling you had at school, when you opened your lunchbox and found an unexpected Choccy bar?

That feeling can come back, even to a 26 year old adult male. That feeling is De_Tot_Cor. A project hailing from Barcelona (Although some sources cite that the project is Andorran - answers on the back of a postcard), and credited to one Mc Jordi, has already blown away the Industrial underground with the track "Madchenliebe", and the EP "Dead Heart", released on the credible Vendetta Records.

However, months before people were evening sniffing around the name of De_Tot_Cor (which in Jordi's native Catalan means "With all my Heart"), this classic demo was released, but solely given to friends, Dj's, and zines. This move will nibble at the conscience of all fans of De_Tot_Cor, as this demo has some of the best tracks you'll hear this decade.

This demo consists of five tracks - only one of which, "Strawberry Panic", has survived onto later releases. Three of the tracks consist of the title track ("Deine Augen"), and two remixes of said track. Fortunately, ("Deine Augen"), is an absolute masterpiece, and the Club Edit of this track is easily the best demo track I have ever heard, and hasn't come off of my iPod since I heard it. It is an immediate Industrial dance track, with an intro that makes you get up and stomp immediately. The track also has vocals which are attributed to "Jenny P from Luzid" - a name unknown to me, for reasons I cannot ascertain. She has a gorgeous voice, and the vocals on this are extremely beautiful and calm (It sounds VERY similar to "Silence" by Delerium) - which doesn't usually work with a hard Industrial track, but boy, does this work! The remixes of this track are deeply, deeply interesting too, one of which is softer than the other, and one is shorter and noticeably more focused on the synth.

The other track on here is an instrumental cover of Lacuna Coil's "Falling" - Jordi himself admits to covering Lacuna Coil in his early days as a musician. Never has a demo release impressed me so much, and I really feel for those of you who will never hear this due to its lack of public release.

De_Tot_Cor; then? Does what it says on the Tin. "With All my Heart?" -Never has a band name seemed so fitting. Well done Jordi!
Oct 20 2010

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