The Man Who Knew Too Much
1 March 2011
|The Man Who Knew Too Much (Original Mix)||Bart Claessen & Martens|
|The Man Who Knew Too Much (Vadim Soloviev Remix)||Bart Claessen & Martens|
|The Man Who Knew Too Much (Mark Sherry's Outburst Remix)||Bart Claessen & Martens|
The Man Who Knew Too Much (Original Mix)
René Martens & Claessen echoed Shelley & Kafka when they Zamyatined Anjunabeats. The liquid onyx floods & typhoons you, at least when it plays. Limited to the second half of the climax & the tune intro, nothing could be better for marking a sad occasion. It helps to pass grief.
We need pitch tears, not pitch ideas; so Claessen's greatest hits abstain from this. Hitchcock departed the suspense to them, though C & M are better with women. The climax opens with a tense tuneless time-waster, although Hitchcock would say it's suspenseful.
However, what separates this from Zohar's Back In Time or even his Land Of The Free is that there, the dark spectacle can be seen separate & with the rest of it, though you would probably enjoy it.
The Man Who Knew Too Much (Vadim Soloviev Remix)
Vadim used his whole, unmistakeable style, a particular retro-funk tri-fusion with his own idiosyncrasies. & it's indistinguishable. Even the time-waster stays. The rapid-fire parts of the OM are gone; the slower parts stay.
The Man Who Knew Too Much (Mark Sherry's Outburst Remix)
Sherry tried to flip it all, & his remix originally convolutes, though it's as strong as the sum of its parts, thin enough gruel as it is. This whole EP is almost a novelty, especially thanks to Sherry, whose stereotypical arcade music is far less tenable than the OM, which has a tune, not just an earleech.
- See: Hedren's nearly-lost eyes.