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Monoroom - Memory Inc. Part II Album

Monoroom - Memory Inc. Part II Album
  • Performer Monoroom
  • Title Memory Inc. Part II
  • Date of release 10 Nov 2006
  • Country Germany
  • Style Minimal, Tech House
  • Label Livelarge Recordings
  • Catalog number LL 08, LL08
  • Other formats Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1885 mb
  • Size FLAC 2246 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 259


1Memory Inc. Part II (Original Mix)
2Memory Inc. Part II (Gui Boratto Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Gui Boratto


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DB 250Monoroom Memory Inc. Part II ‎(12")Dream BeatDB 250Italy2007
DB 250Monoroom Memory Inc. Part II ‎(12", Ltd, Promo, W/Lbl)Dream BeatDB 250Italy2007


  • Artwork Ant Design
  • Producer, Written ByMonoroom


Uses a sample from Aim - Cold Water Music.

A: Written and produced for Livelarge Recordings.
Recorded at Voigt Studios, Stuttgart, Germany.
B: Remix and additional production for Livelarge Recordings.

℗ & © 2006 Livelarge Recordings

Comes in full colour printed cardboard sleeve.


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Stamped Side A): 68366M1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Stamped Side B): 68366M2/A


  • Copyright (c) – Livelarge Recordings
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Livelarge Recordings
  • Distributed By – Music Mail
  • Produced For – Livelarge Recordings
  • Recorded At – Voigt Studios Stuttgart
  • Record Company – Livelarge Recordings


Talk about Monoroom - Memory Inc. Part II

This Live Large-release by the fresh producers Monoroom is creating quite a fuzz in the underground scene. Especially the Gui Boratto Remix (does anyone actually play the original?). Imagine a minimalist electro set in some dark club, and all of a sudden the extremely well-known melody of 'Cold Water Music' by AIM kicks in. It's a complete change of scenery, people are smiling and remembering the famous trip hop song they all knew when they were young. Gui Boratto did a great job editting and empowering the original sample, after which he changes to a minimalist beat in a sort of breakdown that reminds of the also well-known Mylo remake of 'No More Conversations' by Feeform5.
Where the original is an ok, although not at all original minimal electrohouse track (as are released by the dozens a day), Gui Boratto seems to be content with creating a kind of bootleg of 'Özgür Can's - 'With Shades of Grey' in which he splices the guitar refrain of the original track. (I can't put my finger on where the refrain is from, but it sounds like Depeche Mode).