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Album: Organik Remixes
# Song Title   Time
1)    Paths - (Fsol Cosmic Juke Box Mix)
2)    Wrong - (Alexkid May B Mix)
3)    Pour Te Parler - (Riton Re-Rub mix, Riton Re-Rub)
4)    Release Me - (da Lata Duderino Mix)
5)    Pour Te Parler - (Kuzu Mix)
6)    Pour Te Parler - (Fissure Mix)
7)    Paths - (KV5 Mix)
1)    It's All Coming Back - (Chamber Mix)
2)    Separation - (2nd Gen Mix)
3)    Connections - (Punka Fro the Hackney Drive by Mix)
4)    Improvisations P2 - (Si Begg S.I. Futures Mix)
5)    Improvisations P2 - (the Fabrics Mix)
6)    Paths - (Robert Miles S: Alted Mix)
7)    Bhairav - (featuring Amelia Cuni)
 

Album: Organik Remixes
# Song Title   Time
1)    Paths - (Fsol Cosmic Juke Box Mix)
2)    Wrong - (Alexkid May B Mix)
3)    Pour Te Parler - (Riton Re-Rub mix, Riton Re-Rub)
4)    Release Me - (da Lata Duderino Mix)
5)    Pour Te Parler - (Kuzu Mix)
6)    Pour Te Parler - (Fissure Mix)
7)    Paths - (KV5 Mix)
1)    It's All Coming Back - (Chamber Mix)
2)    Separation - (2nd Gen Mix)
3)    Connections - (Punka Fro the Hackney Drive by Mix)
4)    Improvisations P2 - (Si Begg S.I. Futures Mix)
5)    Improvisations P2 - (the Fabrics Mix)
6)    Paths - (Robert Miles S: Alted Mix)
7)    Bhairav - (featuring Amelia Cuni)
 
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  • Personnel includes: Robert Miles, Amelia Cuni.
  • Personnel: Trilok Gurtu (vocals, drums, tabla, percussion); Garry Cobain, Justin Gibson, Amelia Cuni, Nina Miranda (vocals); Chris Franck (guitar, sampler); One Man Band Of Cosmos (electric guitar); Nitin Sawhney (nylon-string guitar); Baluji Shrivastav (sitar); London Session Orchestra (strings); Mike Rowe (piano, Mellotron); Nikki Yeoh (keyboards); Paul Falloon (bass guitar); Bill Laswell (fretless bass); Paul Freeland, Fabrics, Simon Begg, Everald Dingram, The Future Sound of London, Alexis Mauri, Patrick S. McCool, Hugh Jones, Wajid Yaseen, Doug Hart, Marc-Bryan Brown, Alexander Nicholson III, Patrick Forge, Roberto Concina, Toni Economides, Sam Brown, Henry Smithson (sampler).
  • Recording information: Monochrome Music, Berlin, Germany; Muchmoremusic Studios, London, England.
  • Director: Arran Bowyn.
  • Editors: Adam Byrne; Mark Reynolds .
  • Arrangers: Chris Franck; Paul Freeland; Fabrics; Simon Begg; Everald Dingram; The Future Sound of London; Alexis Mauri; Patrick S. McCool; Hugh Jones; Wajid Yaseen; Doug Hart; Marc-Bryan Brown; Alexander Nicholson III; Patrick Forge; Roberto Concina; Toni Economides; Sam Brown; Henry Smithson.
  • Since the release of Organik, Robert Miles seemed to hang up the wide-angle trance of his hit "Children" and focus on releasing music that's more challenging and esoteric. It's a great move since Miles has a knack for atmosphere, and the remixers on Organik Remixes notice it. Tracks come and go with few melodies to latch onto, but it doesn't seem to matter when a whole slew of well-constructed and innovative sounds fall out the speakers. Organik gets quite a work over with only traces of exotic instruments left over and ends up more paranoid and jarring than the original. Si Begg, 2nd Gen, and the Fabrics make Miles sound especially freaky and deviceful, while Riton paint him as the older brother of Red Snapper. The Future Sound of London mix is a letdown, but the two remixers that were chosen from an Internet contest (Kuzu and Fissure) hold their own against the superstars. Two CDs long, disc two is far better, and the whole thing could have fit on one had the enhanced video been left off. Minor quibble for a collection this good. ~ David Jeffries
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