26 April 2007
Thankfully, Above & Beyond commissioned a remix LP for their first, seraphic album. You may have seen different versions of it. Beatport even has two. So I've included all remixes contained in all versions.
|Tri-State (Robert Nickson Remix)|
|Stealing Time (Above & Beyond's Deep Club Mix)|
|World On Fire (Maor Levi Remix)|
|Air For Life (Airwave Remix)|
|Can't Sleep (Ian Carey Remix)|
|Liquid Love (Tongue Of God Remix)|
|Alone Tonight (Matthew Dekay Remix)|
|Good For Me (Above & Beyond Club Mix)|
|For All I Care (Spencer & Hill Remix)|
|Home (Above & Beyond Club Mix)|
|Tri-State (Frase Remix)|
Tri-State (Robert Nickson Remix)
Robert Nickson, a trance name that you will never have to concern yourself with, continues to do nothing of value with his invariant remix of a breathtaker. Oh, RNX, you truly are excrement.
Stealing Time (Above & Beyond's Deep Club Mix)
This swathe of electrotrash is halved by a centre displaying a tangible degree of competence. Unfortunately, it's whisked away to the countryside so that we can endure the Blitz. This LP does feel like the whole eight months it lasted, however.
World On Fire (Maor Levi Remix)
Maor Levi 'broke free of his restricted knowledge & experience of local Psy-Trance artists Infected Mushroom, Doof, Yahel & others' as his biography claims. Naturally, he broke free of Israel & it's conscription to do this, a latitudinous recount of the OM that has ended up horrendously. The OM is retold badly, by a heroin addict who wasn't there. Avoid this.
They had to include something released years ago in order to increase the quality of this muckheap. They must have lost faith in external recruits.
This slurry was toxic when it was released in 2006, & it was still toxic a year later. Topping rancid tripe with a fancy garnish does not make it Ramsay-worthy.
These maggot-filled receptacles of excrement aren't commemorative coins either. They don't automatically get more valuable after a few months.
Liquid Love (Tongue Of God Remix)
Above & Beyond really punctured a lung with this languorous, torpid club mix. This opprobrium needs to be avenged with some talented remixes.
This was recrementitious when it was released. That hasn't changed here.
This is so horrific, even Batista would consider it cruel. Castro would have replaced it with Redanka's remix, though still.
For All I Care (Spencer & Hill Remix)
This is the solitary gem. The singular work of divinity. Spencer & Hill transform a gritty, caliginous pleasantry into a rollicking electrifier of nu-disco. Their innovation is beyond laudable.
These two celestialnesses seem as out of place than a public identification system for a religious group in this century. Nonetheless, this happened.
A photocopier is more original than this.
World On Fire (12" Mix)
A mere extended mix.