No One On Earth (The Remixes)
3 August 2004
|No One On Earth (Above & Beyond's San Franciso Mix)||Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston||138||F minor||Example|
|No One On Earth (Smith & Pledger Remix)||Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston||138||F minor||Example|
No One On Earth (Above & Beyond's San Franciso Mix)
I do not know why this had to be a San Francisco mix instead of a club mix. The only other song to get one is Far From In Love. Anyway, this is another unrelated remix.
Even the pianos are completely different in this composition: this is uplifting, & not as empyrean or emotional as the OM. There is an electronic declension that starts off well, & ends unemotionally. The vocals are used, to no effect, whereas in the OM, they were coupled with the violins, etc, & so were very potent. The only good part of this mix is the piano, which delivers some much-needed plaintiveness. This is not seraphic, although the piano is nice.
No One On Earth (Smith & Pledger Remix)
Another unconnected remix, this wastes no time getting into the most seraphic perfection. Smith & Pledger really took their skills to the highest tier with this- the vocals are used originally, & stupefyingly- the psychedelic touch is used magnificently, & the electrotrash is in concordance with the tune in its emotion.
The tune is unimaginably voluptuous.
This is a totally apposite remix from the creators of Connected & Forever.