Mescalinum United ‎– We Have Arrived (Remixes By Aphex Twin & The Mover)

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Original version released on Mescalinum United - Reflections Of 2017.

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We Have Arrived (Aphex Twin QQT Mix) 4:22
We Have Arrived (Aphex Twin TTQ Mix) 5:05
We Have Arrived (The Mover Remix) 5:41

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WOEBOT

WOEBOT

21. Februar 2021
bezogen auf We Have Arrived (Remixes By Aphex Twin & The Mover), 12", Mag, RS 92019
Absolutely stunning record from that blink-and-you'd-miss-it moment when, at the height of his powers, Marc Acardipade dented the wider techno consciousness.
Jarren

Jarren

9. März 2020
geändert about 1 year ago
bezogen auf We Have Arrived 2003 (Remixes), 12", ACA2017.002/12

The Manu Le Malin remix is a harsh, grinding noise-ridden onslaught (therefore very respectful of the original track). Nice!

I tried listening to the Lory D remix but to be honest it kinda pisses me off. It's just too random. It reminds me of when I used to "compose" on a program called Music 2000 on my Playstation 1 and I fucked around making stupid sounds over a 4/4 kick. No real intent or purpose, just making sounds for the sake of it.

The Horrorist remix is really weird. The first three minutes is a full-on vocal track, with Oliver singing in English & German. It's brilliant, but nothing really to do with We Have Arrived. You wonder what the hell is happening, is it the wrong track?

Until, that is, you hear the vocal hook: Wir sind angekommen!

So clever! Then, after the remix "ends", there's a minute reprise with some of the original mix added in.

Gotta love the Horrorist, he always manages to surprise.
Deefex

Deefex

1. Dezember 2015
bezogen auf We Have Arrived (Remixes By Aphex Twin & The Mover), 12", Mag, RS 92019
WOW! I heard this track a couple of times back in the 90s. The original I mean. It truly is a "Destroy The Dancefloor" type of track. While it's more into the Hard Techno and not the Hardcore region. This could def make both fan bases go nuts. The original truly takes no prisoners.
RHMRSYNTH

RHMRSYNTH

16. November 2014
geändert over 7 years ago
bezogen auf We Have Arrived (Remixes By Aphex Twin & The Mover), 12", Mag, RS 92019
Aphex Twins the Living Legend, but The Mover Remix is far superior imho. I may be FfM-biased,but not PCP-based ;-)
rubensosa

rubensosa

16. Januar 2008
bezogen auf We Have Arrived 2002 (Remixes), 12", ACA2017.001/12
I agree on the review above, especially on the Promo mix but, the Miro mix is amazing!

The rough, hard sounds of the original mixed in a smooth hypnotizing techno trip. The bassline is dropped in a way you might even't notice. The subtile and fluent arrangement makes your thoughts drift far away even if you don't want to. This isn't a defined genre track, but is surely is true mindcore. Miro at his best.
thacidisaster

thacidisaster

17. Februar 2007
geändert over 15 years ago
bezogen auf We Have Arrived (Remixes By Aphex Twin & The Mover), 12", Mag, RS 92019
OK, OK this is a great Aphex record but lets face it, the original, unremixed version has far more power and is THE single most, full-on, hardest and immense track ever made. Not due to speed (you can play it at any) but the thunderous nature of the sounds. It sends shivers down your spine, turns up the corners if your mouth and crushes opposition. Track it down and buy it. No offence Richard but we both know there is no point attempting to remix perfection. Bloody good try though.
OmegaSupreme

OmegaSupreme

24. März 2006
geändert over 16 years ago
bezogen auf We Have Arrived 2002 (Remixes), 12", ACA2017.001/12

Promo's mix is freakin' amazing! While there are parts of his mix that don't differ too drastically from the originally, he has infused a more updated feel into the whole track. The kick is extremely tuff and Promo even manages to sneak in his infamous 'Vicious Circle'/'Patterns In Chaos' kick here and there. It's accesible industrial hardcore - it flows very nicely, has a solid groove, but is rough and noisey.

It's nice to have the original mix on this release as well, even if only for comparison to the other mixes on offer here. The Advent manage to do a passable techno attempt that is ultimately too soft when compared with the harshness of the original, and Miro's mix sounds like... well, Miro. Although in this case, I find nothing remarkable about his efforts here. It's certainly no 'E-Ville', which is another of Miro's 2002 releases. Of course, it's not meant to be, but it just doesn't have the same spark that many of his other productions have.
OmegaSupreme

OmegaSupreme

24. März 2006
geändert over 16 years ago
bezogen auf We Have Arrived 2003 (Remixes), 12", ACA2017.002/12

This 12" is worth having for the excellent Manu Le Malin remix. Though it does sound similar to his collaborations with Double Face at the time (see 'Zub 234' on Bloc 46 for example), it does give a nice twist to the 'We Have Arrived' sound.

The Aphex Twin remixes aren't new - they're re-releases of his 1992 remixes on R&S Records. They're fairly decent, but don't compare with Manu Le Malin's remix.

The Lory D mix was nothing noteworthy. I oly ever listened to it once and forgot about it. As for The Horrorist's mix, you'd have to be a fan of his style of doomcore to appreciate this mix. I've never gotten into it personally.

Malin's is the only mix on this release that genuinely offers anything new, as Promo's did on the 2002 Remixes.
Phuture

Phuture

22. März 2004
bezogen auf We Have Arrived (Remixes By Aphex Twin & The Mover), 12", Mag, RS 92019
Mr. Richard D. James delivers 2 extreme sounding remixes on this purple labelled piece of vinyl, which is reminiscent for his sound during that time (+/- 1992). A shame really that the Aphex and The Mover never collaborated after this release to deliver more of where this came from. Something i'll never see happening ever, unfortunately!

Most people know the B1 track as "We Have Arrived (The 2nd Coming", but this is entirely wrong. I always wondered how people came up with this info. The B2 track is a remix from The Mover. The 2nd Coming is a totaly different track by Mescalinum United.