Compilation: Reloaded 3

Child of Revolution (Dousk rmx)
Take you home (Haske and Fusco rmx)
TV Buddhas
Wild Ride
Waterblocks (Beauty, the Beat, Nuke Rework)


Reloaded vol. 3 pulls together the recent highlights from Plastik Park and Sprouts stock of music..with contributions from such stalwart artists as D-Nox and Beckers, Dousk, Hatfield and Fusco and Soundexile. Beauty and the Beat give the CD their own personal touch with their scorching remix of Tolis Q and Ad.Marks summer hit Waterblocks, while the labels newest discovery, Karl Johan, gives a glimpse of his bright future with Black, a track which has already been making waves in charts and on the dancefloors.As an added bonus, Reloaded vol. 3 is packed with three additional previously unreleased gems, giving a taste of whats in store for the label in 2009. Copenhagen native Morten Granau makes his debut, giving dancefloors a first taste of great things to come with the tension-packed tech-seasoned blast TV Buddhas.South African Sentrafuges Wild Ride lives up to its name, offering an exhilarating expedition through progressive-laced morning grooves and sweet atmospheric melodies. Closing out the CD are rising Canadian stars FM Radio Gods, who show why their studio work is coming increasingly in demand by laying down an acid-laden energetic piece in the electro-tech hybrid Temper.A little more than a year after the last installment, Plastik Park loads up once again for the third in their immensely popular compilation series - Reloaded vol. 3. Armed with a mixture of some of the hottest tracks in the last year from Sprout and Plastik Park, plus some previously-unreleased gems, label DJ team Beauty and the Beat have selected an arsenal of 8 scorching tracks ideal for heating up the dancefloor or making your neighbors beg for mercy.As official label DJs for the legendary German record label Plastik Park, the increasingly popular DJ team of Beauty and the Beat has quickly left its mark on global dancefloors, with a busy touring schedule taking them across Europe, to Australia, Bali and beyond.With a style finely riding the line between gritty electro-tech and tough hard-hitting progressive, this duo of Sally Doolally and Goetzlich fuses a unique charisma behind the decks.