Unknown Artist ‎– The Wall

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Funky_Dung

Funky_Dung

January 22, 2004

I'm a big Pink Floyd geek, and most electronic remixes of their stuff stink like the turds of an unwell dog. These two breaks mixes are great.

'The Wall' is a repetitive, dark, rolling track with mongy samples from 'The Wall' album dropped all the way through (phone ringing, kids in the playground, teacher shouting, breathing, distorted guitar, "just a brick in the wall" and other chopped-up vocals, TV noise, etc).

'Crazy Diamond' is a more lush-sounding, floatier, jazzier bit of breaks with the main guitar riff from 'Shine On You Crazy Diamond' used quite a bit, along with the "ping" noise from 'Echoes', plus a repeated echoey voice from 'Animals', and nice big, fat bass.

I also heard from a very reliable source that 'The Wall' is by An*ten*ae and 'Crazy Diamond' is by Ils, and the quality of the mixes certainly fits with these guys' styles and production ability.