Normally Phillip Lauer - either solo as Lauer or together with Gerd Janson as Tuff City Kids - is the well oiled remix machine that delivers the goods for others. This time, we flipped the coin. Four tracks from his second album "Borndom", which was released in May 2015 and made it into the hearts and charts of Djs and dancers alike, gets the remix treatment. Fort Romeau, The Working Elite, Prins Thomas and Lexx, all good friends and respected colleagues, have set out to expand the Lauer universe. Fort Romeau saves the floating "ByBy" a well deserved place under the mirror ball with a extended House rework. The Working Elite, consisting of Ex-The Whitest Boy Alive member Daniel Nentwig and Thomas Sabrowsky from Brontosaurus fame and label head of Terre Des Pommes sparkle the magic over "Alright" and turn it into a Boogie House bomb of the highest order. Prins Thomas rings the anthem alarm and gives the new wave inspired "ESC" the Norwegian Disco Funk treatment that will let no stone left standing and no eye dry. Swiss finest, Lexx, smoothes things out for "Hump Acid" and proves once again that Lake Zurich is part of the Balearic Sea.