7/10 Jack Customer review, 6th October 2015
I have to give Hell a lot of credit for invigorating the German techno scene with a good bit of hardness. However, with Grohenwahn 1992-2005, I lost a good amount of respect for him from the very first track, "Definition of House." Why? Because the track is completely plagiarized from the A. R. Kane remix of David Byrne's "Forestry," with some additional bass and drum work. Other than that major gripe, the album does showcase Hell's penchant for aggressive beats and retro feel: the vocals on "Take a Shot" remind me of the Phuture classic, "Rise From Your Grave."
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