The decision to make a live-album from his last booking in Munich's Harry Klein Club came to Richard Bartz immediately after his performance: "A live-gig like that doesn't come around every day. The people were crazy. They always wanted more. So I just played wilder and wilder. At the end it was obvious to me: that was so unusual, it has to be released." Now it's finally arrived in the form of a collaboration between Kurbel and Harry Klein Records. Entitled Richard Bartz Live at Harry Klein, this DualDisc album features one normal CD-playable side with the other side as a computer playable video of the full session, including BettyMÃ¼'s visuals and exciting bonus material. The bonus material is in large part taken from the new tracks from the techno and house producer Richard Bartz. 12 of the 15 songs are previously unreleased. Bartz has remained true to his roots - still providing his fans with the same style that they love him for; he is the master of analogue techno. Bartz doesn't use any digital sounds - he considers himself to be the "analogue bastion against the army of digital music" - in other words, all those people who make dance music on a laptop without any care or love.