|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Electronic Surgery||3||Audio||2003||Back Yard Recordings|
|2||Electronic Surgery||2||Audio||2004-05-24||free2air Recordings|
|3||How Can This Be Wrong? (Electronic Surgery)||6||Audio||2005-07-00||Kontor Records|
|4||Electronic Surgery||3||Audio||2004||Not On Label|
Theory:Kaos! are two Swiss born Italiano DJ's, [a=Angelo D'Antonio] and [a=Giuseppe Cottone]. They met in 2000 in Giuseppe's DJ store, 'Maniak Records', in Lausanne and were soon to be found recording together.
As [a=Groovylizer], they've created some hot 'n' funky US garage tunes, such as [a=Big Moses] remix of 'Brighter Days' (released on [l=King Street Sounds] US), [a=Gospel Truth] 'Stand Up' and, not to be forgotten, [a=Louie Vega]'s 'Elements of Life'.
As Theory:Kaos!, they headed into authentic electronica, courtesy of the [a=Giorgio Moroder] sampling 'Electronic Surgery'.
In parralel to this project, they expanded to a trio with [a=Enzo Di Caprio] as [a=Vitriol (4)] and [a=Sikk].