To The Six
24 November 2009
|To The Six (Original Mix)||Boom Jinx & Andrew Bayer||128||G major||9:24|
|To The Six (Club Mix)||Boom Jinx & Andrew Bayer||128||E minor||8:09|
|To The Six (Matt Lange Remix)||Boom Jinx & Andrew Bayer||126||B minor||8:22|
|To The Six (Martin Roth Remix)||Boom Jinx & Andrew Bayer||128||E minor||7:04|
Both major compilations of 2010 were blessed with this. For almost good reason.
To The Six (Original Mix)
Vol 7 deserved this. At the time, it was "cross-label", since Bayer had just come from the Signalrunners. The behemothic runtime is used well: the introtrash drops in & again effectively, the coldness contrasting with the heartfelt poesie of an acoustical tune, which heralds a simplistic, dark bilita mpash seized by stygophilia. & just when it reaches inconceivable heights, it doubles up again: Boom Jinx's reveberating, acoustic string is so infectious, the CDC was shocked. Eventually, it all piles upon itself in a layer cake of bewilderment & ecstasy.
To The Six (Club Mix)
This "club" mix could be the worst ripoff on Anjunadeep. It is merely an edit. No other change!
To The Six (Matt Lange Remix)
Showcasing none of Matt's unique style or coeval talent, this life-sapping virus melts your face first for good measure. Avoid.
To The Six (Martin Roth Remix)
The Jerome Isma-Ae of AD lays out in clear detail why he deserves the ignominy: copying & pasting, & not even the full thing, which makes it pollute AD 02 instead of ignite it. This environmental hazard never should have been risked.