|1||CLP Feat. Tunde Olaniran – I'm So Trill||4:01|
|2||CLP Feat. Yo Majesty – Party Hardy||4:38|
|3||Sexual Eruption (Interlude)||0:38|
|4||CLP Feat. Kovas – Dip Shorty||3:51|
|5||CLP Feat. Mochipet & Hustle Heads – Club Thang||4:23|
|6||CLP Feat. Rayzaflo – Putcha Handz Up||3:50|
|7||Double G (Interlude)||0:48|
|8||CLP Feat. Spoek, Damaged Good$ & Cerebral Vortex – Spaceballs||4:32|
|9||CLP Feat. Tunde Olaniran – Superconfidential||4:14|
|10||CLP Feat. Zion I & Data Mc – Rockin' Wiz Us||4:17|
|11||CLP Feat. Rayzaflo – Flash Bakk||3:17|
|12||That Girl (Interlude)||0:45|
|13||CLP Feat. White Gold Princess – Insatiable||4:26|
|14||CLP Feat. Kovas – Homecourt||4:04|
|15||Bang Out (Interlude)||2:40|
Full throttle for the sophisticated It's getting serious folks – you’ll have trouble leaving the dance floor when the DJ drops the seriously catchy “Party Hardy”. This track with vocals from Yo Majesty sums up the spirit of “Supercontinental” Chris de Luca and Phon.o’s first release under the moniker, CLP.
Transatlantic traditions Asked why he liked the synthetic sounds of Kraftwerk, Afrika Bambaataa - the godfather of electro and hip hop - once said that he appreciated the sublime funk of the Germans. Rising from Berlin’s underground, CLP are forging their own definition of funk. CLP is the new project of Berlin musicians, producers and DJs Chris de Luca and Phon.o, who have thrown together old-school hip hop, dirty south synth-sounds, early Miami-bass and crunk. CLP sent their instrumental-tracks to talented and – with some exceptions – mostly unknown rappers in the US and South Africa. The results are an explosive mixture of various styles – from dirty techno to ghetto beats, featured under the title “Supercontinental”.
Chris de Luca and Michael Fakesch gained international recognition in the nineties as Funkstörung, most notably remixing the likes of Björk and the Wu Tang Clan but went their separate ways in 2006. Phon.o’s DJ’ing speciality is mixing techno with sped up hip hop instrumentals and in Berlin he’s one of the few DJs that play ghetto-tech, Miami-bass and crunk. In spring 2006 De Luca and Phon.o joined forces and after rocking a warehouse party (supported by DJ Godfather) in a Detroit neighbourhood, their fate was sealed. Under the name CLP, de Luca and Phon.o now bring together the best of both worlds: their stoic braveness in experimenting with strange new sounds and a new fondness for ass-kicking explicit pop songs.