Cornelius ‎– FM - Fantasma Remixes

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Trattoria ‎– Menu.167, Polystar ‎– PSCR-5720
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1 Mic Check (Microphone Feed Back Mix)
Remix – Money Mark, Radar (2)
3:56
2 The Micro Disneycal World Tour (The High Llamas Remix)
Banjo, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Vocals [Electoronics] – Sean O'HaganDrums [Brush], Percussion – Rob AllumElectronics – Andy Ramsay, Tim Gain*Remix – The High LlamasVocals, Cello – Marcus Holdaway
5:54
3 New Music Machine (Buffalo Daughter Remix)
Bass, Electronics – Yumiko*Guitar, Programmed By – Sugar*Mixed By – Dora (3)Remix – Buffalo DaughterTurntables [Psychic Power] – Moog*
5:05
4 Clash (The Pastels Remix)
Guitar – John HogartyRemix – Gregor Reid, The Pastels
5:42
5 Count 5,6,7,8. (Konishi, Yasuharu Remix)
Engineer – Takenaka, Akihiko*Keyboards – Sasaki, Takeo*Programmed By – Sakamoto, Shunsuke*Remix – Konishi, Yasuharu*
4:01
6 Star Fruits Surf Rider (Damon Albarn Remix)
Engineer – Tom GirlingRemix – Damon Albarn
4:55
7 Free Fall (U.N.K.L.E. Remix)
Remix – U.N.K.L.E.*Remix [Featuring] – D.J Pablo*Remix, Producer [Additional] – James Lavelle, Masayuki Kudo
5:28
8 Typewrite Lesson (Coldcut's Writer's Block Mix)
Edited By [Final], Mastered By – VodaRemix – Coldcut
6:58

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Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OLE 349-2 Cornelius FM - Fantasma Remixes(CD, Comp) Matador OLE 349-2 US 1999 Sell This Version
OLE 349-2, T800/ 109-2 Cornelius FM - Fantasma Remixes(CD, Comp) Matador, Trama OLE 349-2, T800/ 109-2 Brazil 1999 Sell This Version

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xenlab

xenlab

September 29, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Those familiar with the Original Fantasma album should be in for a treat with this specially crafted remix album. Heavy Hitters such as Coldcut, Money Mark, and the High Llamas lend their expert muscianships to the task of re-interpreting classic Cornelius tracks.

Most of the tracks here have a smooth downtempo feel, more so than any of the originals. The result is an excellent album, that flows one track into the next for a delightful listen. In my opinion, many of the remixes are much better than the originals... at least for my electronic sensibilities.