Mescalinum United ‎– We Have Arrived 2002 (Remixes)

Acardipane Records ‎– ACA2017.001/12
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 We Have Arrived 2002 (Remixed By Miro)
Remix – Miro
A2 We Have Arrived 2002 (Remixed By The Advent)
Remix – The Advent
B1 We Have Arrived 1991 (Original Mix) 4:13
B2 We Have Arrived 2002 (Remixed By Promo)
Remix – Promo

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Published by ICM/Hanseatic/Warner Chappell
Distribution worldwide by Intergroove

℗+© 2002 Acardipane Records/Res Entertainment GmbH
Made in Germany

On some CDs the Promo remix is referred to as the Rude Awakening remix. Both are aliases from Sebastian Hoff.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4039519450019
  • Label Code: LC 10716
  • Rights Society: GEMA


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January 16, 2008
I agree on the review above, especially on the Promo mix but, the Miro mix is amazing!

The rough, hard sounds of the original mixed in a smooth hypnotizing techno trip. The bassline is dropped in a way you might even't notice. The subtile and fluent arrangement makes your thoughts drift far away even if you don't want to. This isn't a defined genre track, but is surely is true mindcore. Miro at his best.


March 24, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Promo's mix is freakin' amazing! While there are parts of his mix that don't differ too drastically from the originally, he has infused a more updated feel into the whole track. The kick is extremely tuff and Promo even manages to sneak in his infamous 'Vicious Circle'/'Patterns In Chaos' kick here and there. It's accesible industrial hardcore - it flows very nicely, has a solid groove, but is rough and noisey.

It's nice to have the original mix on this release as well, even if only for comparison to the other mixes on offer here. The Advent manage to do a passable techno attempt that is ultimately too soft when compared with the harshness of the original, and Miro's mix sounds like... well, Miro. Although in this case, I find nothing remarkable about his efforts here. It's certainly no 'E-Ville', which is another of Miro's 2002 releases. Of course, it's not meant to be, but it just doesn't have the same spark that many of his other productions have.