Robert Miles ‎– Organik Remixes

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SALT CD 010 Robert Miles Organik Remixes(2xCD, Album) S:alt Records SALT CD 010 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
SALTCD010PROMO Robert Miles Organik (Remixes)(CD, Album, Promo) S:alt Records SALTCD010PROMO Europe 2002 Sell This Version
none Robert Miles Organik Remixes(CDr, Album, Promo) S:alt Records none UK 2002 Sell This Version
CD-9219 Robert Miles Organik (Remixes)(2xCD, Album) Urabon Records CD-9219 US 2003 Sell This Version
CD-9219, 5050466238320 Robert Miles Organik Remixes(2xCD, Album, Enh, Unofficial) Urabon Records (2), Urabon Records (2), S:alt Records (2), S:alt Records (2) CD-9219, 5050466238320 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
CD-9219 Robert Miles Organik Remixes(CD, Album, Unofficial) Urabon Records (2), S:alt Records (2) CD-9219 Russia 2003 Sell This Version

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May 17, 2011
referencing Organik (Remixes), 2xCD, Album, CD-9219

What? Robert Miles did stuff after his worldwide hit "Children"? This collection of remixes off his album ORGANIK shows that he still might have a little life in him after all. The Future Sound of London, still in psychedelic mode, give a slow, string-laden mix of "Paths," while Alexkid takes "Wrong" down a cinematic tour of Morocco's underbelly. Riton does the electrofunk that he does so well on "Pour Te Parler," while Kuzu go darker and deeper and more spare on that track, and Fissure take it into dub techno territor. Da Lata, unfortunately, have a rare misstep with their Middle Eastern take of "Release Me." Chamber, meanwhile, offer a near-industrial mix of "It's All Coming Back" and 2nd Gen pick up on that vibe and carry it into their take of "Separation." The mysterious PunkA Fro throws some bizarro breaks onto "Connections." Si Begg goes a bit crazy with "Improvisations Pt. 2," while the Fabrics take that same track and turn it onto some funky breaks. Miles' own works on this album, however, including his own mix of "Paths" show him struggling to build a post-"Children" identity.