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July 28th 2004 is a significant day for all Markus Schulz followers, as it signalled the ushering in of a new era. Coldharbour Recordings’ first step towards becoming a fully flourished label through the first ever Coldharbour Selections release (which featured the iconic Blueberry). Seven years later, and with Coldharbour Day now a permanent annual fixture, Markus presents a very special treat to his fans by making public some of his most requested and exclusive works for the first time.
A glance at any Markus Schulz liveset tracklist would immediately tell you how dedicated he is to making his sets special through countless reworks, mashups and big room reconstructions. Very few of these reconstructions have been released to the public. However, to mark the Coldharbour Day celebrations in 2011 and alongside the release of Katowice under his Dakota alias, five of his hallmarked big room reconstructions will be packaged together, and will begin to fuel the DJ sets of many elsewhere for the summer season.
The Big Room Reconstructions package contains Markus’ efforts on Phynn’s remix of Opera of Northern Ocean (a track which remains one of his most requested for almost 18 months), an ASOT 450 highlight through Absolute Reality (and thanks to our friends at Vandit for their blessing); a mashed up version of Shana in the massive Duderstadt Progressive Dub with Markus’ own Coldharbour Intro Mix, last year’s summer anthem – Tenishia’s remake of Jan Johnston’s legendary Flesh; and rounding off with an enhanced dancefloor monster in the form of Mike Foyle’s Headrush.
The 2011 Summer of Schulz season kicks off in style with our bumper Coldharbour Day celebrations, and the Big Room Reconstructions E.P. is one that will go down very well with anyone who has a strong affection for the label. Enjoy the party.