De/Vision ‎– I Regret 2003

Synthetic Product Records ‎– SPR 034
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Packaging: Digipak.

C & P 2003 by SPR.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 4015698 2241-2 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4015698224122
  • Matrix / Runout: [DOCdata Germany logo] INDIGO 2241-2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL88
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 05863

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
YellowSPR 005 De/Vision I Regret 2003(CD, Single, Ltd, Num, Promo) Synthetic Product Records YellowSPR 005 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
SPR 034 De/Vision I Regret 2003(CDr, Maxi, Promo) Synthetic Product Records SPR 034 Germany 2003 Sell This Version


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February 14, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
Well, I disagree with the previous comment about bands releasing previous singles again with updated remixes being a bad idea... I think it is a great idea, it is just unfortunate that these remixes were really horrible. The remix that Jose Alvarez-Brill did was the only good one that really paid tribute to the original track. I'm not a big fan of the trancey style that DJ Ram and some of the others put forth because it is like a weak cousin to trance, it doesn't stand up well against most good trance. The VNV Nation mix is just not very good, VNV is so hit-and-miss with their remix work.

Overall you can pass on this release and be just fine, their remix album is a better buy.


November 29, 2003

In general I'm not particulary fond of the practice of digging up some old tracks, hook up a few colleagues to make some uninspired remixes and then churn it out in spanking brand new and stylish packaging. Unfortunately, ladies and gentlemen, this is exactly what has happened here, and to add insult to injury, it is the heralded works of De/Vision that have been dragged through the mud.

I can't understand why the guys would agree to this malpractice and downright abuse. Sure, stick some contemporary remixes as B-sides on your next singles and we can all have a laugh about it, but an entire disc dedicated to this crap? The only thing I hear when listening to this is the sound of cash registers singing of joy in gulping a lot of undeserved money...