Ilkae ‎– Bovine Rearrangement

Label:
Merck ‎– MERCK 032
Format:
CD, Limited Edition, Album
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:
IDM

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Untitled (Secede Remix)
Remix – Secede
4:58
2 Untitled (Shex Remix)
Remix – Shex
3:21
3 Untitled (Kettel Remix)
Remix – Kettel
2:55
4 Untitled (Daedelus Remix)
Remix – Daedelus
3:03
5 Untitled (Setzer Remix)
Remix – Setzer
5:08
6 Untitled (Tim Koch Remix)
Remix – Tim Koch
4:18
7 Untitled (Vim! Remix)
Remix – Vim!
2:02
8 Untitled (Carrier Two Remix)
Remix – Carrier Two
2:26
9 Untitled (Joseph Nothing Remix)
Remix – Joseph Nothing
3:36
10 Untitled (ISAN Remix)
Remix – ISAN
3:20
11 Untitled (Shex Remix)
Remix – Shex
2:35
12 Untitled (Octopus Inc. Remix)
Remix – Octopus Inc
3:01
13 Untitled (O9 Remix)
Remix – o9
4:12
14 Untitled (Machine Drum Remix)
Remix – Machine Drum
3:30
15 Untitled (Lackluster Remix)
Remix – Lackluster
4:52
16 Untitled (MD Remix)
Remix – MD
3:46
17 Untitled (Helios Remix)
Remix – Helios
5:31
18 Untitled (Proem Remix)
Remix – Proem
4:00
19 Untitled (Proswell Remix)
Remix – Proswell
5:31
20 Untitled (Joseph Nothing Remix)
Remix – Joseph Nothing
3:12

Credits

Notes

Limited to 2000 digipak copies.
Track 20 is not listed on the cover.
This release mistakenly has the same barcode as the Machine Drum - Bidnezz CD.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6.7388504020.3
  • Matrix / Runout: SU1020135 BOVINE REARRANGEMENT 01
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI LL27
  • Other (Mould SID Code): IFPI KZ05

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MERCK 032 Ilkae Bovine Rearrangement(20xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Merck MERCK 032 US 2004

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kem1kal-

kem1kal-

February 6, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

Excellent compilation from the major players of merck records and then some. Mostly laid back stuff but it's all five star material. Very good if you are just getting into merck or IDM in general. With most of the remixes you can tell what the original track is, with exception of a few. But nice to see that because lately techno remixes aren't even recognizable.

Highlights are the remixes by Daedelus, Setzer, Proem and the O9 one is also quite interesting.

Must have.