Funkstörung ‎– Viceversa. CD

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!K7108CD, !K7 108CD Funkstörung Viceversa. CD(CD, Comp) Studio !K7, Studio !K7 !K7108CD, !K7 108CD Germany 2001 Sell This Version
!K7108LP Funkstörung Viceversa. LP(2xLP, Comp) Studio !K7 !K7108LP Germany 2001 Sell This Version
!K7108CD Funkstörung Viceversa.(CD, Comp, Promo) Studio !K7 !K7108CD Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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jonathan_armstrong

jonathan_armstrong

April 7, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Viceversa. LP, 2xLP, Comp, !K7108LP
This is worth getting if only for the Speedy J "Something for your Mind" remix. It still contains the vocal you've heard a million times but breaks down into a sick, twisted glitchy breakbeat track that is perfect for a transition if you've just played one of the best four-on-the-floor records in your crate.
scoundrel

scoundrel

February 17, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Viceversa. CD, CD, Comp, !K7108CD, !K7 108CD

Funkstörung’s second album of remixes, VICE VERSA, picks up where the first left off, but finds them in a more considered mood. Plaid’s “Eyen” is given a much less frenetic mix, matching, in part, the original; the same goes for their revision of The Notwist’s “Moron.” And their version of Jay-Jay Johanson’s “I Want Some Fun” finds a strange balance between lounge easy-listening and a funky drum pattern. Funkstörung show much more range here - - listen to their treatment of Louise Rhodes’ vocals on A Guy Called Gerald’s “Humanity.” Their stop-start cutting of the rap on “Salt” (by the Beans) or “N.C.R.” (by Ike Yard) emphasizes their reconceptualization of hip-hop. A real treat for the ears.
maybitmabel

maybitmabel

November 13, 2003
referencing Viceversa. LP, 2xLP, Comp, !K7108LP

got this when it came out, great record. really nice remix of speedy jay track + the track with jay jay johansen is great too. not sure if it really is limited to 500 copies on vinyl cos i've seen it on several websites for sale new recently. this record really got me into funkstorung, yet its not my favorite of their releases (try the funkenstort single on compost records, thats pretty good)
mudslut23

mudslut23

September 23, 2003
referencing Viceversa. CD, CD, Comp, !K7108CD, !K7 108CD
There are some great tracks on here. This encompasses all of Funkstorung's remixes up until this was released. The Beans and A Guy Called Gerald mixes are worth it alone for this album. Check out 'Additional Productions' for more Funkstorung remixes.