Dave Clarke ‎– No One's Driving

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Deconstruction ‎– 74321 38016 2
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1 No One’s Driving 4:23
2 No One's Driving (Chemical Brothers Remix)
Remix – The Chemical Brothers
5:40
3 Wisdom To The Wise (Red 2) (Robert Hood Mix)
Remix – Robert Hood
9:20

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Track 1 published by Deconstruction Songs Ltd./BMG Music Publishing Ltd./IQ Music Ltd./Warner Chappell Music Ltd./Zomba Music Publishers Ltd.
Track 2 published by Deconstruction Songs Ltd./BMG Music Publishing Ltd./IQ Music Ltd./Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
Track 3 published by Deconstruction Songs Ltd./BMG Music Publishing Ltd.

Marketed by Deconstruction and distributed by the local BMG company. A unit of BMG Entertainment.
Manufactured in the E.C.

℗ 1996 Deconstruction Ltd.
© 1996 Deconstruction Ltd.

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 4321-38016-2 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 743213801629
  • Label Code: LC 8280
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 38016 1 Dave Clarke No One's Driving(12", Single) Deconstruction, Bush 74321 38016 1 UK 1996 Sell This Version
DRIVE 001 Dave Clarke No One's Driving(12", Promo) Deconstruction, Bush DRIVE 001 Europe 1996 Sell This Version

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maroko

maroko

June 15, 2008
The opener, No One's Driving, is all well too known, and has appeared on Dave's classic "Archive one", so I'll pass right to the Chemical Brothers remix, which should have never been released. I mean, what the hell? How far can you go in shamelessly raping the man's work? Instantly forgettable, with barely any meaning, purpose and/or goal in the final result...
Now, Robert Hood remixing what is possible Dave Clarke's greatest contribution to electronic music, Wisdom To The Wise, sounds like a dream come true, but unfortunately that is where it all ends. While all the core elements of the original are clearly audible, there is still nothing here that would make me wanna play or listen to Hood's remix rather the original stormer. The track starts as though it would eventually build up to something juicy, but after a while, the whole sample about bringing the lighters just gets tiring, and by the time some change comes in around the six minute mark, I've already lost interest.
The truth is that the remix is not a bad piece of music per se, it's just that I'd stick to Clarke's version over this one any time of the day.
My advice: skip this, and go for the absolutely essential "Red 2" release.