The Wiseguys ‎– Wall Of Sound Essentials - Mixed By The Wiseguys

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Muzik Magazine ‎– MUZIKMAG60 / MAY00
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CD, Compilation, Mixed
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1 Zoot Woman Chasing Cities (E-Klektik's Death Disco Mix)
Remix – E-KlektikWritten-By, Producer – A. Blake*, S. Price*
4:14
2 Akasha Crazy Baby (Groove Armada's Presque Celebre Mix)
Remix [Additional] – Groove ArmadaWritten-By, Producer, Arranged By – CJ Casey*, DJ Hand
4:59
3 Ceasefire Trickshot
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer, Mixed By – Ceasefire
2:17
4 The Wiseguys Better World Pt.2
Written-By, Producer – PJ Eve*, T.Keating*
4:14
5 Propellerheads Comintagetcha
Producer – PropellerheadsWritten-By – Alex Gifford
3:31
6 Les Rythmes Digitales Jacques Your Body (Make Me Sweat)
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Jacques Lu Cont
4:15
7 The Strike Boys Jet Set (The Micronauts Remix)
Producer [Additional], Remix – Christophe Monier, Georges Issakidis*, The MicronautsWritten-By, Producer – The Strike Boys
4:54
8 Wreckage Inc* Chase (The Strike Boys Mix)
Remix [Additional], Producer [Additional] – The Strike BoysWritten-By, Producer – Wreckage Inc.
3:05
9 Dirty Beatniks The New Adventures Of Sandy & Bud
Mixed By – Ali StatonProducer – Neil Beatnik*, R. Carlisle*Written-By – Mau, N.Higgins*, R. Carlisle*
4:46
10 Mekon Welcome To Tackletown (Propellerheads Mix)
Producer – John GoslingRemix [Additional] – PropellerheadsWritten-By – D. Peppe*, J. Barbe*, J. Cosling*, R. Hill*
3:57
11 Pascal R Killing
Written-By, Producer, Programmed By, Mixed By – DJ Pascal R
3:24
12 Psycho Cowboys Come On Baby
Performer [Containing Sample] – Jackie LeeWritten-By, Arranged By, Producer – Aaron Gilbert, Stretch Silvester
4:09
13 Themroc The Boy Can't Take It
Producer – ThemrocWritten-By – Daniel Peppe*, Steve White
5:28

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Notes

1: Recorded at Zoot Wex Complex. Published by Warner Chappell / Copyright Control. (p) 1997 Wall Of Sound.

2: Published by Chrysalis Music. (p) 1998 Propellerheads. Lincensed by Wall of Sounds.

3: Published by Copyright Control. (p) 1995 Wall Of Sound Recordings

4: Published by Copyright Control. (p) 1997 Wall Of Sound Recordings

5: Published by Copyright Control. (p) 1997 Wall Of Sound Recordings

6: Recorded at Midavalle Paris. Published by Warner Chappell. (p) 1999 Wall Of Sound.

7: Written and produced at The Night Club, Nuremberg. Additional production and remix at Atelier de Musique Electronique Paris XI. Published by Wall Of Sound Music Publishing Ltd. (p) 1999 Wall Of Sound Recordings.

8: Recorded at The Office, Edinburgh. Published by Copyright Control. p) 1997 Wall Of Sound Recordings.

9: Published by BMG / Copyright Control.

10: Published by Chrysalis Music. (p) 1997 Wall Of Sound Recordings.

11: Written, produced, programmed and mixed at Res Publica. Published by Chrysalis Music France. (p) 2000 Wall Of Sound Recordings.

12: Contains sample "The Duck" under license from Goldmine Soul Supply. Published by Warner Chappell. (p) 1999 Wall Of Sound Recordings.

13: Recorded at Ranch Apocalypse. Published by Copyright Control. (p) 1999 Wall Of Sound Recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L205
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8225
  • Matrix / Runout: S MUSIKWALLMIX 01 DISCTRONICS

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Apeman

Apeman

January 18, 2009
This was a feebie, given to people, who bought Muzik magazine way back in 2000! It's a summary of the legendary Wall of Sound label back in the late 1990's mixed by none other than DJ Touche (as "The Wiseguys", sans DJ Regal).

While the tracks themselves are excellent (particually Crazy Baby, Better World, and Jaques Your Body - the future Citeron C4 theme), and the choices of what tracks come in next are perfect, ocasionally, there are a few minor "trainwrecks" during the mix, particually when Touche mixes Jaques Your Body into Jet Set, where you can notice the main synth of Jaques going out of sync, and Touche hessingtatingly trying to get it back in Sync, but this just adds to the authentic-ness of it all, seeing as it is done live on two vinyl decks, and not some computer-programmed nonsence.

A worthwile purchase, if you like Cheese-free Big Beat, Deep House, and some Techno too.