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|2||–Dan Shoebridge||Aeolus Salute (Dan Shoebridge Remix)
Remix – Dan Shoebridge
|3||–Split Logic||Aeolus Salute - Dan Shoebridge Remix (Split Logic Remix)
Remix – Split Logic
|4||–Grohs||Aeolus Salute - Split Logic Remix (Grohs Remix)
Remix – Grohs
|5||–James ++||Aeolus Salute - Grohs Remix (James ++ Remix)
Remix – James ++
|6||–Techdef*||Aeolus Salute - James++ Remix (Techdef Remix)
Remix – Techniken Defunkus
|7||–DJ Pnutz||Aeolus Salute - Techdef Remix (DJ Pnutz Remix)
Remix – DJ Pnutz
|8||–The Manacles Of Acid||Aeolus Salute - DJ Pnutz Remix (The Manacles Of Acid Remix)
Remix – The Manacles Of Acid
|9||–Day Of Vengeance||Aeolus Salute - The Manacles Of Acid Remix (Day Of Vengeance Remix)
Remix – Day Of Vengeance
|10||–Kelp||Aeolus Salute - Day Of Vengeance Remix (Kelp Remix)
Remix – Kelp
|11||–Bassling||Aeolus Salute - Kelp Remix (Bassling Remix)
Remix – Bassling
- Mastered By – Christopher Leary
It’s apt Ninja Tune has inspired remix projects. The label was established by Coldcut, whose reworking of Eric B and Rakim’s ‘Paid In Full’ in 1987 has been described as a “benchmark remix” by The Guardian newspaper.
The first remix chain was started in England with Kelp’s track ‘Oceandrift’ and the remixes that flowed from the ambient composition featured a variety of electronic music genres.
This second chain begins in Australia, with Bassling’s sample of a long stretch of wire being bowed. Just as wires stretch across the planet to connect computers and their operators, these remixes bring together a diverse collection of artists and music. Enjoy!
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