No One On Earth (The Remixes Pt. 2)
7 June 2005
|No One On Earth (Sonorous Remix)||Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston||130||F major||8:42|
|No One On Earth (Chill Out Mix)||Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston||138||C Minor||4:10|
|No One On Earth (gardenstate Remix)||Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston||138||C Minor||4:48|
No One On Earth (Sonorous Remix)
This is nine minutes long, & nothing happens for the first six. The happening is a melancholy, cherubic simplicity. This remix reflects Sonorous's style well: drawling, & sunless. It's no wonder why Sonorous returned to remix Sirens Of The Sea.
The tune is the same four bars iterated, & it doesn't matter, because emotion & atrament still spill out from the electrophones. This isn't seraphic, though it is acutely laudable.
No One On Earth (Chill Out Mix)
This is the closest to the OM, & has original, piceous violins, whispering, laughing, & drums. The background violins are the only integrant of value in this: they provide an atmosphere of dolour.
There is a segment where the vocals & a chordophone coalesce perfectly.
This remix is overall insignificant, although it is a palatable addition.
No One On Earth (gardenstate Remix)
Gardenstate is Marcus Schossow & Matthew Felner. In 2020, they insulted the OM & their mothers when they made a stunningly macrological stain, an intempestive snatch of refuse they dumped into ABGT400. The OM, in case you've forgotten, is a lightningful aurorean. These deicidal morons vomited weevils into the listeners' ears, making this unsourced, & disappointing. Abulic cowards need to leave music alone.