1000°

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1000°
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A 1997 cover
Categories Techno music
Circulation 26,000
First issue August 1995
Final issue 2005
Country Germany
Language German

1000° was a German electronic dance music magazine and web portal. It was first published in August 1995, with a circulation of about 26,000 copies it quickly became the most influential techno club guide in Eastern Germany.[1] Print editions appeared until 2001, it began online portal functions as "Der Clubguide" in 1996, lasting until 2005.[2] The main contributors were André Quaas, Udo Israel, Mark Busse, Mario Adolphson, and Sabrina Walte.[3]

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  1. ^ von Flocken, Jan; Paul, Jürgen (21 October 1996). "Das Beste am Osten – Teil 1" [The Best of the East – Part 1]. Focus (in German). Retrieved 28 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Der Clubguide" (in German). Tausend. Retrieved 25 January 2013. 
  3. ^ Kreuzer. Moderne Zeiten Medien. 2005. p. 47. Retrieved 25 January 2013. 

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