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1 review »Can't say that I remember what this album was like originally but they've managed to rope in a pretty impressive set of remixers to muck about with it. It kicks off with The Hundred in the Hands whose mix sounds pretty much like themselves (ie a fairly bland and inoffensive take on electropop) and from there you get the likes of The Field (who goes a bit more Pop Ambient with it than I expected fr ... »

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8/10 Brett Staff review, 19 August 2010

Can't say that I remember what this album was like originally but they've managed to rope in a pretty impressive set of remixers to muck about with it. It kicks off with The Hundred in the Hands whose mix sounds pretty much like themselves (ie a fairly bland and inoffensive take on electropop) and from there you get the likes of The Field (who goes a bit more Pop Ambient with it than I expected from him, his obscured beats actually sounding a little reminiscent of Gas), High Places (who do a sort of psychedelic tropical dub-pop job on it, as is their wont) and Justin K. Broadrick (whose mix I probably like the most, although I guess fans of his might be after something a little more intense). Quite an airy, enjoyable collection in all and one that's suiting the sunshine that's currently blazing (no doubt briefly given the summer around here so far) out the window..


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