Sinead O'Connor* ‎– Troy (The Phoenix From The Flame)

Nice And Firm ‎– 334 50312
CD, Enhanced

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1 Troy (The Phoenix From The Flame) (Rob Searle Remix - Scandinavian Edit)
Edited By – Asle BjørnRemix, Producer [Additional] – Jim Sullivan, Rob Searle
2 Troy (The Phoenix From The Flame) (Push Remix - Video Edit)
Producer – M.I.K.E.Remix – Push
3 Troy (The Phoenix From The Flame) (Push Club Remix)
Producer – M.I.K.E.Remix – Push
4 Troy (The Phoenix From The Flame) (John Creamer & Stephane K Vocal Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – John Creamer & Stephane K
5 Troy (The Phoenix From The Flame) (Rob Searle Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Jim Sullivan, Rob Searle
6 Troy (The Phoenix From The Flame) (Andi Durrant Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Andi Durrant
Video Troy (The Phoenix From The Flame)


  • Artwork By [Art Direction] –
  • Executive Producer – Geremy O'Mahony
  • Photography –


Track 1 edited @ The Camp.
Track 2 and 3 produced my M.I.K.E. courtesy of Bonzai - Lightning Records, NV Belgium.
Track 4 remix and additional production for Distinctive Management.
Track 5 remix and additional production for Devolution Management.

Original "Troy" recording written and produced by Sinead O'Connor (1990).

℗ 2002 Devolution Recordings Limited
© 2002 Devolution Recordings Limited / NiceandFirm - Bonnier music Denmark A/S

Made in the EU
Licensed courtesy of Devolution Recordings Ltd. via General Overseas Music.

Track 7 is an enhanced PC video of track 2.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 332334 503128
  • Barcode (Scanned): 7332334503128
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July 5, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Great choice of mixes on this one.
The Original Rob Searle Bootleg is a melodic trancer with a nice symphonic breakdown. Push's remix starts mellow and has that progressive vibe popular in 2002, as the song progresses more synthy runs are intoduces and the track heads into a small break which might say rewinds the track back into the beginning but when the track hits it's second small break some huge synths enters and a riff slightly similar to the one in Faithless's Salva Mea is introduced and carries the track to it's buildout.
Creamer & K Remix is a slow dark proggy tribal affair. This one was very kin to the prog movement in 2002, not much is going on at instant as the track takes it's time build on, the dark vibe of the lyrics are very reflectant to the track and enchances the track. Sure the track is 13minutes long but Creamer & K makes it worthwile.
To finish this batch of is Andi Durrant's downtempo version, very nicely done but hell, it's a bit to cliché done when you have trancy synths whipped out in the background.