The Future Sound Of London ‎– Papua New Guinea (High Contrast vs. FSOL)

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DAONE Records ‎– DAONE 001, Not On Label (The Future Sound Of London) ‎– DAONE 001, Not On Label (High Contrast) ‎– DAONE 001
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Vinyl, 12", Single Sided, Unofficial Release, White Label, 45 RPM
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fmsconsultancy

fmsconsultancy

July 14, 2014
I think anyone who has this is not letting go :)
the_architech

the_architech

August 13, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

A beautiful remix of a beautiful tune. High Contrast did a pretty good job with this one. He splits the tune into thirds (actually called out as "Phase 1" etc.) with the first and third being the drum&bass remix and the middle being a portion taken from the original. It really slows things down and makes people stop. Quality stuff.

Wicka did a drum&bass remix of this tune too and I think I like them both for different reasons. High Contrast speeded up the original to make it fit whereas Wicka slowed the original down. I like that, but I think it's how High Contrast dropped everything out and uses the original straight in the middle that makes his so beautiful. Also High Contrast has such better production skills and it really shows.