The French Connection strikes again! Terence Fixmer shows off his electronic muscles on the Muscle Collection: this retrospective compilation of selected works from the year 1998 up until now has one dance floor crasher chasing the next. His charmingly violent and monotonous Techno-EBM-onslaughts are reminiscent of dark cellar clubs, excessive fog machine use and endless strobe light assaults: TBM-madness meets the famous "French cool". While retaining a machine-like feel, the music has a lot more sex and groove than the Teutonic marching-band-Techno that infiltrates the rural watering holes. Like an electronic shot of testosterone, each and every track seems to demand total body movement it is little wonder that Terence Fixmer's music quickly became a regular addition to the sets of famous DJs, such as Hell or Sven Väth. The Muscle Collection contains besides the legendary and sold out "Muscle Machine" album many new and unreleased stompers as well as rare tracks from long deleted vinyl 12 singles, now for the first time on CD. This technoid Ballroom Blitz is topped off with two remixes that Fixmer made for Client and The Hacker. Music that will polarize this is no cheap Trance-muzak for easy dancing. This is pure subwoofer anabolics! You will have to open your mind to find your way in, but then it will hit you twice as hard and never leave you again. Très cool, indeed! Released on MasterHit and available November 6th, 2006.