A Touch Of Class Sucks! the first collection of productions and mixes released in 2003 by NY based artists Oliver Stumm and Domie Clausen (a.k.a. A Touch Of Class, ATOC) turned out to be quite visionary for it’s time, containing various musical styles from Post-Punk to Electro and Disco, grouped together on each vinyl side titled Disco Sucks!, Electro Sucks!, Rock Sucks! and Punk Sucks! It proved that ATOC foresaw the accelerated emergence of these consecutive retro styles by ironically denouncing them before they even had established themselves. Visionary also by including unknown newcomers such as Scissor Sisters as well as using avant-garde production techniques such as Mashups with a genre defying stance. It thus received rave reviews by its critics for its originality and production quality. By not betting on one card alone ATOC have endured through these times of musical chairs where so many have fallen by the way side.