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Sun Ra Satellites Are Spinning (Zero dB & Hectic Remix) 6:30
Peace Orchestra Henry (Zero dB Remix) 6:48
Trüby Trio Galicia (Zero dB Remix) 6:24
John Kong & Moonstarr Future Vision (Zero dB Remix) 6:09
Original Soulboy Touch The Sun (Electric Eclectic Remix) 6:22
Suba Samba do Gringo Paulista (Zero dB Remix) 7:27
Interfearence Xtradition (Zero dB Remix) 7:06
Grupo Batuque E Ruim (Zero dB Remix) 7:36
ACME Hangovers (Electric Eclectic Remix) 6:47

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CVOS 1054 Zero dB Reconstruction(CD, Comp) Creative Vibes CVOS 1054 Australia & New Zealand 2003 Sell This Version
URLP127 Zero dB Reconstruction(2xLP, Comp) Ubiquity URLP127 US 2003 Sell This Version
flozlp02 Zero dB Reconstruction(2xLP, Comp) Fluid Ounce flozlp02 UK 2003 Sell This Version
URLP-127 Zero dB Reconstruction(2xLP, Comp, Promo, W/Lbl) Ubiquity URLP-127 US 2003 Sell This Version
URCD 127 Zero dB Reconstruction(CD, Comp) Ubiquity URCD 127 US 2003 Sell This Version
fl.oz.cd02 Zero dB Reconstruction(CD, Comp) Fluid Ounce fl.oz.cd02 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
URCD 127 Zero dB Reconstruction(CD, Comp, Promo, Car) Ubiquity URCD 127 US 2003 Sell This Version


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November 30, 2011
referencing Reconstruction, CD, Comp, URCD 127

Zero dB are the go-to guys from jazz-inflected Brazilian breaks, and this compilation of remixes shows why, from the quick rhythm and mutant jazz redo of Sun Ra's "Satellites are Spinning" to the more straightforward and bass-heavy mix of Peace Orchestra's "Henry." Gotta love that trumpet on there! The track that first brought them to wide notice, their take of the Trüby Trio's "Galicia" as are two mixes done under their 'Electric Eclectic' alias, one of which turns the vocals of Original Soulboy's "Touch the Sun" into a scat, while going more electro for Acme's "Hangovers." They leave more of Suba's "Samba do Gringo" intact, but the Brazilian influence comes out in full force (no surprise, considering the source material; the same goes for Grupo Batuque's "E Ruim"). They also take that Brazilian rhythm and set it into a techno setting, as with Interfearance's "Xtradition," but can also do traditional electro-jazz themselves, as "Future Vision," originally by John Kong & Moonstarr, shows. Eclectic and exciting overall.


November 30, 2011
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Reconstruction, CD, Comp, CVOS 1054


March 20, 2010
referencing Reconstruction, 2xLP, Comp, flozlp02

There is also a vinyl version put out by Ubiquity with cat# URLP127