Black Is The Colour
14 May 2007
|Black Is The Colour (Radio Mix)||Cara Dillon vs. 2Devine||135||A minor||2:45|
|Black Is The Colour (Beat Intro Radio Mix)||Cara Dillon vs. 2Devine||135||A minor||2:44|
|Black Is The Colour (Coco & Green Remix)||Cara Dillon vs. 2Devine||135||A# minor||7:20|
|Black Is The Colour (Above & Beyond's Devine Intervention Remix)||Cara Dillon vs. 2Devine||135||A minor||7:25|
|Black Is The Colour (2Devine Mix)||Cara Dillon vs. 2Devine||135||A minor||8:15|
Black Is The Colour (Radio Mix)
Please listen to the original version, released in 2001, here. It's folk, wonderful, & piano-based. Ergo, 'Devine' is the one who messed it up so badly, since this mix here is devoid of anything infinitesimally decent. This is simply a slightly sunless waste of time.
Black Is The Colour (Beat Intro Radio Mix)
Intro mixes for radio edits fail as a concept, & in this execution. It's the same thing as the radio edit, just in case the duration didn't tip you off.
Black Is The Colour (Coco & Green Remix)
This interminable excrementfest is the radio mix copied & pasted. Replicated, cloned, facsimiled, & cemented, fastened, plastered. & extended. For the full hell experience.
It also opens Worldwide. 01.
Why. They had M.I.R.A. & Won't Sleep Tonight.
Black Is The Colour (Above & Beyond's Devine Intervention Remix)
This one appears to have at least a minute of effort in it. At least there's a tune in it.
This is extremely obscure. I thought that this was released on AnjunaDigital! & this isn't even the mix included in Worldwide 01.
A little more caliginous than the OM, this is captivating for a moment, since it's taken from the OM, before a climax of dreck. That obscurity is merited.
Black Is The Colour (2Devine Mix)
Everything that I have to say about this is exactly the same as the A&B remix. Wow.
Black Is The Colour (2Devines Bootleg Mix)
Slightly better electrotrash cannot save this from being the recrement that it is.