As One ‎– Reflections On Reflections

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New Electronica ‎– elec 23cd
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1 Shambala (Reflected By Balil)
Producer – PlaidRemix – Balil
8:20
2 Meridian (Reflected By Max 404)
Mixed By, Producer – Erwin van MollRemix – max 404
6:15
3 Asa Nisi Masa (Reflected By Carl Craig)
Remix, Mixed By, Producer – Carl Craig
6:21
4 Moon Over The Moab (Reflected By B12)
Mixed By, Producer – CmetricRemix – B12
6:56
5 Majik Jar (Reflected By Terrace)
Mixed By, Producer – Stefan RobbersRemix – Terrace
7:21
6 Mihara (Reflected By Autocreation)
Remix, Mixed By, Producer – Autocreation
6:15
7 Meridian (Reflected By Blue Binary)
Mixed By, Producer – W. Bauer*Remix – Blue Binary
6:01
8 Shambala (Reflected By Russ Gabriel)
Remix, Mixed By, Producer – Russ Gabriel
6:40
9 Moon Over The Moab (Reflected By Urban Tribe)
Mixed By, Producer – Sherard IngramRemix – Urban Tribe
4:50
10 Orchilla (Reflected By Elegy)
Remix, Mixed By, Producer – Elegy
5:45
11 Asa Nisi Masa (Reflected By Scanner)
Mixed By, Producer – Robin RimbaudRemix – Scanner
7:49

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This is a remix album of As One - Reflections.

Track 1 recorded at Plaid Bubble.

℗ 1995 Beechwood Music Ltd.
© 1995 Beechwood Music Ltd.

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  • Matrix / Runout: ELEC23CD · MASTERED BY MAYKING

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
elec 23lp As One Reflections On Reflections(2xLP, Album) New Electronica elec 23lp UK 1995 Sell This Version
elec 23lp As One Reflections On Reflections(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) New Electronica elec 23lp UK 1995 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

February 26, 2004

As much as I liked <i>Reflections</i>, I like <i>Reflections on Reflections</i> better. There's just more diversity to the sound -- aided, in no small part, by the list of outstanding remixers, each adding their own flair to the original composition. So we have Carl Craig turn "Asa Nisi Masa" into an ambient Detroit journey, and Autocreation turn "Mihara" into a thumping techno track. Each and every track has its charm; the only disappointing one would be the remix by Scanner -- I was hoping for more of the eerie, paranoid Scanner sound. But an excellent collection overall.