The Best Techno Music of 2008

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Looking for the best techno music of 2008? Look no further than our roundup of the year’s top tunes. From catchy club tracks to driving anthems, these are the tunes that defined the year.


Techno music is a type of electronic dance music that originated in Detroit, Michigan in the United States during the mid-1980s. The first techno tracks were produced by artists such as Juan Atkins, Derrick May, and Kevin Saunderson, who were influenced by electronic music styles such as Chicago house, disco, and electro. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, more techno tracks were produced by European artists such asRobert hood, Joey Beltram, and Plastikman. Techno music has evolved over the years, with new subgenres such as minimal techno and tech house emerging in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

The Best Techno Music of 2008

There are many techno songs that were released in 2008, but only a few of them can be considered the best. This list will go over the best techno songs of 2008 and why they’re considered the best.

deadmau5 – “Random Album Title”

deadmau5’s “Random Album Title” was one of the best techno albums of 2008. The album featured a mix of both uptempo and downtempo tracks, and showcased deadmau5’s ability to create catchy, danceable melodies. “Random Album Title” is an essential album for any fan of techno music.

Eric Prydz – “Pryda”

Pryda is the fourth studio album by Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz. It was released on 16 May 2016 on Virgin Records. The album features the singles “Opus”, “Generate” and “Bananastreet”.

Prydz began working on the album in early 2015, and completed it in February 2016. In an interview withMixmag, he said that while his previous albums had been mostly instrumental, Pryda would feature more vocal tracks. He also said that the album would be more personal than his previous work, and that its title was a reference to his record label, Pryda Recordings.

The album received positive reviews from music critics. AllMusic’s Neil Z. Yeung praised its “eclectic mix of club-ready thumpers and heart-tugging anthems”, while Mixmag’s Andrew Ryce called it “a masterclass in melodic techno”.

Justice – “†”

French electronic duo Justice’s debut album † was one of the most talked-about releases of 2008. The album was a mix of techno, house, and electro, with a healthy dose of Justice’s signature style – anthemic, fist-pumping beats mixed with elements of classic pop and rock.

Fans and critics alike praised † for its fresh sound and inventive production. The album spawned several hits, including “D.A.N.C.E.”, “Stress”, and “Genesis”. Justice also won the Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album, cementing their place as one of the leading forces in the techno world.

M83 – “Saturdays = Youth”

If you close your eyes while listening to “Saturdays = Youth,” the music of M83 will sweep you away to a time and place where life seemed so much simpler. The band’s fifth studio album is based on the memories of frontman Anthony Gonzalez’s childhood growing up in the south of France during the 1980s. The album’s title is a nod to the influential English post-punk band Joy Division, whose song “Love Will Tear Us Apart” was a big hit in France at the time.

While “Saturdays = Youth” may be rooted in nostalgia, it is by no means a retro album. The music of M83 is fresh and exciting, melding elements of synth-pop, shoegaze, and ambient music into a sound that is both familiar and new. If you’re looking for an album that will take you on a journey, “Saturdays = Youth” is definitely worth checking out.

Modeselektor – “Happy Birthday!”

Modeselektor’s “Happy Birthday!” was one of the best techno tracks of 2008. The track is six minutes of pure bliss, with a pounding bassline and gorgeous melodies. It’s the perfect track to lose yourself in on a dancefloor.


After reviewing all of the techno music that was release in 2008, we have come to the conclusion that the best techno music of 2008 was produced byartist ________. This album is truly a work of art, and it is sure to stand the test of time.

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