His debut single on MFS was Pounds And Penz, produced in conjunction with Munich-based DJ Alex Flatner, in March 1999, and his remix of the track on the B-side became the definitive version - the world's first Wet'N'Hard record. (It was also part of Pete Tong's Essential Selection in 2000.)  In February 2000, together with MFS' Mark Reeder, he established the sub-label Flesh to explore and release material evolving from the current European underground.  It released his (to date) only LP, I Am A Dalek, in 2003. His single Real Man is said to have been banned from peak time radio in 22 countries (), and the session he recorded at MFS for Kat's Karavan featured a string of expletives and simulated sex, causing some controversy among listeners (despite airing well after the watershed).
Festive Fifty Entries
- One and only session, no known commercial release.
1. Recorded: unknown (MFS Berlin). First broadcast: 11 July 2002. No repeats.
Other Shows Played
- 16 November 1999: Peel played four tracks from Corvin Dalek's mix album Assorted Stadtanisichten - A Journey Through Berlin (MFS):
* Denki Groove: Niji (Takkyu's "Wire" Loop)
* Cal-Q-Lator: Can We Go Now? (Original Mondosmix)
* TR727 vs Abyss: Kick Down
* Namito: Deerooz
- 17 November 1999: Peel played three tracks from Corvin Dalek's mix album Assorted Stadtanisichten - A Journey Through Berlin (MFS):
* Chris Zippel: Eternum (Organic Version)
* Namito: Deerooz (Part 1)
* Cosmonaut: Parovoz
- 18 November 1999: Peel played three tracks from Corvin Dalek's mix album Assorted Stadtanisichten - A Journey Through Berlin (MFS):
* Krilly & Zetti: Süßwaren (Bambini Mix)
* Liquid Crystal: Looking For Love (Reconstruction Mix)
* JFK: Falling Love
- 28 September 2000: 'Pornoground (Mix LP-Hotkunst)' (MFS / Flesh)
- 04 October 2000: Peel played a track from Corvin Dalek's mix album Hotkunst (Flesh):
* Alex Flatner: Wet And Hard
- 06 March 2001: The Atheist (12") Flesh
- 07 March 2001: 'Pornoground (12")' (MFS)
- March 2001 (FSK): The Atheist (12") Flesh
- 17 April 2001: 'The Atheist' (MFS / Flesh)
- 19 June 2002: unknown (LP-Corvin Dalek At The Loveparade 2001)' (white label)
- 26 June 2002: Loknar & Polansky, 'Dark Mirror (Corvin Dalek's Carnal Beast Mix) (12")' (Flesh)
- 13 March 2003: 'The Atheist (Compilation LP-Flesh For Fantasy)' (Flesh)
- 23 September 2003: 'Menage A Trois (LP-I Am A Dalek)' (Flesh)
- ↑ At the Berlin Atonal Festival in February 1999, he played a set with 12 Technics turntables, but the attempt was incorrectly recorded.
- ↑ Wet'N'Hard is a techno sub-genre that uses samples of love-making noises as a backing for the music, or "sexual energy for young clubbers who join on the dance floor to take part in the historical sexual ritual of dancing,"  as evinced by Dalek's session.
- ↑ The label was never a success and folded around 2005-6.