Fila Brazillia ‎– B2



Fluke Tosh 6:24
Jose Padilla* Feat. Angela John Who Do You Love? 4:43
Beef Wellington Slightly Elevated 4:57
Soft Art Farmer 4:00
The Truth (2) Truth Theme 4:21
Various Blood & Fire Megamix (Fila Brazillia Remix) 4:45
Cal Tjader Soul Sauce 4:15
Hoodrum How Jazz Is It? 5:43
Sven Vath* Fusion 4:20
Euphoria (5) Sweet Rain 5:42
Razor Doppleganger 7:25
United Future Organization Cosmic Gypsy 4:24
Future Loop Foundation What's Your Name? 5:48
Radio Zumbido Livingston Buzz 6:24
Mellow Mellow 5:34
Ben Christophers Leaving My Sorrow Behind 4:26
Jaffa Elevator 4:55
Soulstice Wind 5:38
Unitone Dag Nabbit 4:47
King Louis Paraplegic Soul 5:43
Tosca Fuck Dub 6:22

Versions (2)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
T023 Fila Brazillia B2(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Twentythree T023 UK 2003 Sell This Version
T023 Fila Brazillia B2(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Twentythree T023 UK 2003 Sell This Version


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February 24, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
referencing B2, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, T023
It's a pleasure to have my music project Euphoria involved with this fine collection of Fila Brazillia remixes. Their remix of "Sweet Rain" on B2 is excellent and once again, like "Delirium" on Brazilification, new colour and mood are added to the song. Great to be remixed by A Team talents like Fila Brazillia.
Ken Ramm
February 24, 2017


February 9, 2006
edited over 14 years ago
referencing B2, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, T023

Fila Brazillia’s second collection of remixes, B2, continues to show off their dynamic range and variety, from the ambient groove of Jose Padilla’s “Who Do You Love?” to the straight up house on Beef Wellington’s “Slightly Elevated,” dub on The Truth’s “Truth Theme,” and breaks on Razor’s “Doppelganger.” And even though all the really superb remixes made their way to BRAZILIFICATION, this collection nonetheless holds its own, like with their funky version of Cal Tjader’s “Soul Sauce” or the smooth “How Jazz Is It?” from Hoodrum. The boys even manage to jazzify Sven Vath’s “Fusion.” On the second disc, they send Radio Zumbido’s “Livingston Buzz” right to the dancefloor, while Jaffa’s “Elevator” and Soulstice’s “Wind” head for the lounge. Those tracks make up for the weaker track selection (Ben Christophers’ “Leaving My Sorrow Behind,” for instance), and, certainly, Unitone’s “Dag Nabbit” leaves the middling tracks in the dust. The disc ends with Tosca’s “Fuck Dub,” which cements their downtempo credibility. Not that there was ever any question, mind you...


February 25, 2004
referencing B2, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, T023
It's an excellent follow up to the earlier 'Brazillification' even if it doesn't quite hit the heights that collection did. I'm not sure why the exact same mix of Mellow is included on both of them though...


January 1, 2004
referencing B2, 2xCD, Comp, Mixed, T023
This latest batch of mixes (especially the house-y first disc) continues the pattern of recent fila (Jump Leads) & side projects (J*Stars, Mandrillus Sphynx) - a slow but sure transition from diggable downtempo to out & out dance music. Those enamored of this new direction would do well to check out the Mandrillus Sphynx LP (McSherry solo joint) & the absolutely colossal Twenty Three Twelves compilation.