Panoptica ‎– The Tijuana Remixes

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1 Ocaso
Producer – Panoptica
3:57
2 Pluma (Tinta Nueva Mix)
Remix – Panoptica
6:35
3 Kinky Bitsui (Bostich Nortec Mix)
Remix – Bostich
5:16
4 Pluma (Low Rider Mix)
Remix – Clorofila
4:12
5 Tecnica Mañana (Hiperboreal En Vivo Mix)
Remix – Hiperboreal
5:06
6 Torero T (Pepe's Dub Mix)
Remix – Fussible
7:42
7 She's In Fiestas
Producer – Panoptica
5:09

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All tracks written & produced by at La Presita Tijuana, B.C. Mexico

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"Featuring 5 exclusive remixes from Mexico's Nortec Collective and 2 new Panoptica tracks including a collaboration with Baubaus's David.J"

CD package: Jewel case + 6-page booklet.

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  • Barcode: 5033826068324
  • Label Code: LC02592
  • Matrix / Runout: DOM CERT18PROMO
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7311

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 5, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

THE TIJUANA REMIXES shows off a more mellow side of Panoptica, aided, in no small part, by his compatriots in the Nortec Collective. But the new track, "Ocaso," brings a smoothness to his sound that contrasts the harder bits on 01*02*03*04, and his own mix of “Pluma” reinforces this more soothing side. Clorofila’s take on “Pluma,” however, has a spritely melody, though it doesn’t develop much beyond that. Hiperboreal’s mix of “Tecnica Manana,” on the other hand, owes much more to German tech-dub than what’s commonly perceived as Mexican. “Torero T.,” as reinterpreted by Fussible takes a much speedier beat than his counterparts. Finally, the other new track, “She’s in Fiestas” has a hint of Latin percussion and melodies, but with a glitchy tech-house that’s more Akufen than Latin house. Surprising, and no less Mexican for it.