Sven Väth ‎– Six In The Mix (The Fusion Remix Collection '99)

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Virgin ‎– 7243 847124 2 6, Virgin ‎– 7243 8 47124 2 6
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1 Sounds Control Your Mind (Dub Control Your Mind Remix By C-Rock (Track & Feel Edit))
Remix – C-Rock
6:23
2 Face It (Michael Mayer Remix)
Remix – Michael Mayer
5:51
3 Augenblick (Sensorama Railway Mix)
Remix – Sensorama
7:39
4 Schubdüse (Anthony Rother Mix)
Remix – Anthony Rother
6:29
5 Augenblick (Techno Soul Mix By Richard Bartz)
Remix – Richard Bartz
5:25
6 Breakthrough (Thomas Krome's Breakthrough Mix)
Remix – Thomas Krome
6:17
7 Omen A.M. (Johannes Heil Remix I)
Remix – Johannes Heil
6:16
8 Breakthrough (Chris Liebing Remix Edit)
Remix – Chris Liebing
6:23
9 Omen A.M. (Claude Young Remix)
Remix – Claude Young
5:23
10 Sounds Control Your Mind (Mosaic's Mind At The End Of The Tether Mix By Steve O' Sullivan)
Remix – Steve O' Sullivan*
7:34
11 Schubdüse (Beggsters Bonus Beats By Si Begg)
Remix – Si Begg
4:37
12 Discophon (Steve Bug's After Disco Mix)
Remix – Steve Bug
5:40

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(P) 1998 Virgin Schallplatten GmbH.
(C) 1999 Virgin Schallplatten GmbH.
Printed in EU.

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  • Barcode: 7 24384 71242 6
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L047
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 15D7
  • Matrix / Runout: EM UDEN 8471242 @ 1 1-1-4-NL
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM

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7243 847124 2 6, 7243 8 47124 2 6 Sven Väth Six In The Mix (The Fusion Remix Collection '99)(CD, Album, RP) Virgin, Virgin 7243 847124 2 6, 7243 8 47124 2 6 Unknown Sell This Version
VJCP-68141, 7243 8 47124 2 6 Sven Väth Six In The Mix (The Fusion Remix Collection '99) (Japanese Edition)(CD) Virgin, Virgin VJCP-68141, 7243 8 47124 2 6 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
7243 847124 2 6 Sven Väth Six In The Mix (The Fusion Remix Collection '99)(Cass, Album) KA Music, Virgin 7243 847124 2 6 Bulgaria 1999 Sell This Version

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maroko

maroko

May 19, 2010

Don't really know what inspired me to, but I put this one on after a long hiatus, and what can I say. There are tracks that still do it for me as much as they did a full decade ago. Thomas Krome's take on Breakthrough still displays why was he one of the most highly venerated techno prodcuers in the second half of the nineties. Awesome peak time techno with an uplifting "woooo" vocal snippet and high pitched sequences to get the crowd hyped, and Claude Young follows in a similar manner, with an amazing clanging sound added to the percussion.
Chris Liebing and Johannes Heil both bring that turn of the millenium german schranz rawness, though it isn't nearly as impressive as a lot of their other work from the era. However, you seriously have to check out the relentless intensity of Liebing's track. Words don't suffice how hard and devastating the kick hits on this one. On the down side, it comes in a three minute edited format, the full version is to be found on the Breakthrough 12" single.
C-Rock, Michael Mayer and Steve O'Sullivan really take a surprise turn, and deliver deep and polished dub techno tunes. Out of the three, I'd have to stress out the Track & Feel edit of C-Rock's remix; an echoing vocal sample, quiet beats with a opulent bass line and amazing melody work, kinda reggaeish. Awesome!
Si Begg and Anthony Rother go out with their crazy electro attitudes, and mr. Rother wins out I suppose. Totally whacked out melodies over distorted vocals and broken beats. Not really my thing, but fans of the older (vintage) Rother sound ought to check this one out.
Richard Bartz and Sensorama head for techno territory, although more on the mellow tip, as their tracks don't even try to approach the power of Krome's number here. But, kudos for including them, the transition between the opening, slower music and the full on techno assault is skillfully done through Bartz' take on Augenblick; very true to pure techno (4x4 beats and a deep bass), but enough variations and tiny detailed sound effects throughout to keep it interesting even in the ears of living room listeners.
Steve Bug closes the album with a micro house tune, with slightly broken beats and great xylophone notes throughout. This style was something I never liked, but his short track compliments and ends this fine journey in a stylish manner.
Overall, I'd recommend this over Sven Vath's "Fusion" album any day of the week. As a reviewer stated before, this might not be an album per se, as the tracks and their artists have little in common, but for a compilation of previously released tracks on vinyl, and for a range of artists from all over the electronic music map, you better believe this is worth your time and money. Seriously, there is so much style and sound covered in these seventy four minutes that I have yet to find somebody who hasn't really liked at least two tracks on here. Personally, my favorites are the Thomas Krome's Breakthrough, Claude Young's Omen A.M. and the dubbed out opener, which is a rare sight since I usually avoid music labelled as dub techno. I'm quite convinvced that this will please even people who weren't that impressed with Sven's third solo album. There's a track for any given occasion hidden inside this plastic case. Don't miss, it isn't even that hard to find.

May 27, 2004
I have a pretty good system and these are some sick beats that really thump, but at the same time they still have this melodic flow. This could easily be music for driving at 100+ MPH or for listening to with some close friends and and a few drinks. Worth a listen.
jussumen

jussumen

July 4, 2003
I agree with you Tim . Some real good trax - But a disappointing album (for my 2 cents) . The remixes are too diverse and therefore don't fit well enough to be released as an album .