Telefon Tel AvivYou Are The Worst Thing In The World (Sasha Invol2ver Remix)7:09
RoneFlesh (Sasha Invol2ver Remix)5:07
Sasha Vs Ray LaMontagneEclipse5:53
Sasha Vs Adam ParkerLowlife3:53
Charlie MayMidnight2:46
ApparatArcadia (Sasha Invol2ver Remix)6:41
Home VideoThat You Might (Sasha Invol2ver Remix)7:33
LadytronDestroy Everything You Touch (Sasha Invol2ver Remix)7:19
M83Couleurs (Sasha Invol2ver Remix)5:15
Thom YorkeThe Eraser (Sasha Invol2ver Remix)3:30
Sasha3 Little Piggys7:12
EngineersSometimes I Realise (Sasha Invol2ver Remix)8:51

Credits (11)

  • MAAD Ltd.
  • Barry Jamieson
    Barry Jamieson
    Drum Programming, Keyboards, Producer [Additional Production], Remix [All Remixes]
  • Charlie May
    Charlie May
    Drum Programming, Keyboards, Producer [Additional Production], Remix [All Remixes]
  • Duncan Forbes
    Drum Programming, Keyboards, Producer [Additional Production], Remix [All Remixes]
  • Leonardo Leite
    Leo Leite*
    Drum Programming, Keyboards, Producer [Additional Production], Remix [All Remixes]
  • Sasha
    Drum Programming, Keyboards, Producer [Additional Production], Remix [All Remixes]


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    • tobymessy's avatar
      Edited one year ago
      Good in parts, some nice flourishes in the latter halves of each mix. Overall a bit morose and brooding for me. His remixes are really good though
      • Jingle.Jangle.Jam's avatar
        An absolute masterpiece. Highly recommended to progressive, techy, trancey fans of electronic dance music.
        • oakie32's avatar
          This really grew on me over time. I especially love the M83, TTT, Apparat and Engineers tracks. His own 3 Little Piggys is pretty lush and hypnotic too. Agree that it's too bad we never got a 2 x 12" for this.
          • DJoA's avatar
            It's a shame he never released it on vinyl....
            • jiggawhat's avatar
              A good but not great release by Sasha. A common complaint about the album is that it never breaks out or pounds, it's just humming along, keeping your attention but not moving you.
              • CJ75's avatar
                It all depends on which Sasha you like best really. For me this was a complete snorefest from start to finish, there is not one track on this album that makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up at all. Comming from a guy who has given so much quality over the years, this new direction is really limp copared to GU Ibiza, or GU San Fansisco. If i wanted chill out room music, i would have brought an Orb album!
                • PavelZagalsky's avatar
                  What can be said about Alexander Coe, AKA DJ Sasha, that wasn't already said or written? Probably not much. Many DJ's and Producers in his caliber and age are long gone into the oblivion, the Hollywood honey trap or jumping from one rehab institution to another. Not Sasha. 4 years after successfully blurring the lines between terms DJ and Producer with his seminal Involver compilation/album/DJ mix he's back with this, second installment in the series. And while it's less genre defying and more straightforward club oriented compilation it's once again sends copious amounts of sheer brilliance through the whole 73 minutes of this CD. This one is a must for everybody who LOVES Electronic Music and it doesn't matter what color are your pants and with what hand you shake your glowsticks.
                  This is one of the few 2008 releases that you just cannot miss!
                  • vorton's avatar
                    With Invol2ver, Sasha returns to deliver the missing part of electronic music - Global sound. My God, this album is on FIRE!! Slow, only around 115-120bpm. The highlight for me must be the 4-minute build-up of "Home Video" and "Ladytron" feels like acid burns. My only complaint with this mix is the inclusion of Engineers, as last track, which destroys the whole spacey feel of Invol2Ver. So i made a re-edit of this album for myself, that's has the last 7 minutes removed. And now it's perfect.
                    • spoons's avatar
                      Edited 11 years ago
                      Grew on me, not as good as Involver but still classy.
                      • EAJohn's avatar
                        History shows us that being a pioneer has always attracted criticism from a minority - mostly from those who misunderstand the reasons behind the act. Usually, though, the critics end up being silenced by the magnitude of the eventual achievement. This album is quite simply the epitome of this scenario. Sasha has, for me, created an album that takes me back to the days I first got hooked - good times - this is an album I am proud to know and own. Sasha is to electronic music as Einstein is to Physics!

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