As Agogo Records celebrated its ten years anniversary in 2017 it's about time for an appraisal. It's about time for a special album release dedicated to the labels rich history and vast catalogue comprised of many variations of global club music. An album that's way more than just a best of- / remix-compilation sampler. Agogo-mastermind Ralf Zitzmann commissioned arranger and piano player Lutz Krajenski, who has worked with artists like Roger Cicero, Tom Jones and Manfred Krug in the past, to re-interpret and revisit ten classic tunes from the labels back catalogue for this album. Not knowing to which places this journey would lead to Krajenski started to work on tunes originally written by Mo' Horizons, Mop Mop, Da Lata or the The Juju Orchestra and re-arranged them in a way that they obtained a new feel, a new meaning as well as a radically new sound when they were recorded with the help of various guest musicians stemming from Krajenski's inner circle of friends in the music scene as well as the singer Alana Alexander who played an important role in shaping the sound of the album.