As One ‎– Reflections On Reflections

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New Electronica ‎– elec 23lp
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Shambala (Reflected By Balil)
Producer – PlaidRemix – Balil
A2 Meridian (Reflected By Max 404)
Mixed By, Producer – Erwin van MollRemix – max 404
A3 Asa Nisi Masa (Reflected By Carl Craig)
Remix, Mixed By, Producer – Carl Craig
B1 Moon Over The Moab (Reflected By B12)
Mixed By, Producer – CmetricRemix – B12
B2 Majik Jar (Reflected By Terrace)
Mixed By, Producer – Stefan RobbersRemix – Terrace
B3 Mihara (Reflected By Autocreation)
Remix, Mixed By, Producer – Autocreation
C1 Meridian (Reflected By Blue Binary)
Mixed By, Producer – W. Bauer*Remix – Blue Binary
C2 Shambala (Reflected By Russ Gabriel)
Remix, Mixed By, Producer – Russ Gabriel
C3 Moon Over The Moab (Reflected By Urban Tribe)
Mixed By, Producer – Sherard IngramRemix – Urban Tribe
D1 Orchilla (Reflected By Elegy)
Remix, Mixed By, Producer – Elegy
D2 Asa Nisi Masa (Reflected By Scanner)
Mixed By, Producer – Robin RimbaudRemix – Scanner
D3 Moon Over The Moab (Reflected By Carl Craig And Urban Tribe)
Producer – Sherard IngramRemix – Urban TribeRemix, Mixed By – Carl Craig

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This is a remix album of As One's (1994) debut Reflections.

Track A1 mixed at plaid bubble

℗ 1995 beechwood music ltd
© 1995 beechwood music ltd
made in england

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 5016553702310
  • Barcode (Text): 5 016553 702310 >
  • Matrix / Runout: ELEC 23LP A1 1 DAMONT B Stu.
  • Matrix / Runout: ELEC 23 LP B-1. 1 DAMONT A
  • Matrix / Runout: ELEC 23LP C1 1 DAMONT C
  • Matrix / Runout: ELEC 23LP D1 1 DAMONT B

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June 11, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
For some reason, compilation albums remixed by various artists are usually a lot less satisfying than compilations of remixes by a single artist (for examples of the latter see 4hero, Biosphere, Fila Brazillia, Global Communication, Hefner, Herbert, Jazzanova*2, K&D and Plaid remix compilations...). This is an exception. Max 404, Blue Binary and Carl Craig throw in some nice variations. But the Balil/Plaid remix is really the one - perhaps because of the quality of the original track. It starts all strange and moody on yo ass, then opens up into gorgeous ambient electro - every time i put it on, i need at least 3 spins to satisfy me!