Ram Trilogy ‎– Evolution

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RAM Records ‎– RAMM 26
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A Evolution 6:42
B Mindscan (Ed Rush & Optical Remix)
Remix – Ed Rush & Optical
6:33

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[P]+[C] 1999 RAM Records.
Made in England.
Mindscan remixed by Ed Rush & Optical courtesy of Virus Recordings.

Track B is the remix of "Mind Overload" (Ram Trilogy "Chapter Two") and "Scanners" (Ram Trilogy "Chapter One").

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redcoat

redcoat

April 19, 2014

One of the most original ideas for a remix (taking two tunes and blending them). An all time favorite for me and one of the most played tunes by me at the time. I wish Ram Records would get back to releasing stuff of this quality when it comes to Drum & Bass instead of the top 40, generic rubbish they put out today.
dav_12002

dav_12002

September 3, 2010

'Mindscan' remains to this day a seminal piece of work and is certainly one tune that you can trust to keep in your record box. The tune is a rolling tech masterpiece which refusing to let you go until you are suffering from whiplash! A blinding remix by the Virus lord's and one of the best remixes in drum & bass
ibbjamin

ibbjamin

August 9, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

The remix of Mindscan by Ed Rush & Optical is amazing. Great to kick off the slamming part of a drum n bass set. This must have been one of the tracks that contributed to Optical's hearing degradation.

This will remain in my drum n bass top 10 for some time.
systray27

systray27

November 14, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
Mindscan was so ahead of it's time - wether in terms of engineering, or how the synths drop in! Another classic from Ed&Op, that you could drop still today without hearing a lot of difference compared to 2005 releases.