18 August 2008
|Fake Awake (Original Mix)||Andy Moor||130||A minor||7:58|
|Fake Awake (Ecomix)||Andy Moor||130||A minor||8:40|
|Fake Awake (Myon & Shane 54 Remix)||Andy Moor||128||A minor||9:39|
|Fake Awake (The Blizzard Remix)||Andy Moor||130||A minor||8:38|
How difficult is it to stand out on Volume 6? It wasn't for Moor.
Fake Awake (Original Mix)
The title only alludes to how angelically psychomimetic this is. The whole production is a temulency upon empyral skill. The tune is just one of the remis velisque integrants that make this monumental. Violins & the vocals also make this an anthem of pure ascencsion.
The synopsis highlights: a unique, hazily indistinct vocals [sic] (the exact likes of which you may never have heard before). No, I believe that I've heard vocals singing "Amsterdam" over & over before. On this very label, too.
Fake Awake (Ecomix)
Ecomix is a duo, not a Moor specialty. This could be confusing, especially since it begins with a copy & paste. Then a saccharine tune springs up like elephant toothpaste & tastes as good. It never improves for the rest of the whole mix. Pictor ignotus.
Fake Awake (Myon & Shane 54 Remix)
Fake Awake (The Blizzard Remix)
This is the OM saccharised & caliginised. The Blizzard spiced it with a ghost pepper: this is worth the individual release. Sentimentalising Fake Awake wasa a good idea gone horribly right. It isn't more than infinitesimally superior, nor radically different to the OM, though.