Fila BrazilliaBrazilification (Remixes 95-99)


RadioheadClimbing Up The Walls (Fila Brazillia Mix)
PhosphorusAsthma (Fila Brazillia Mix)
MolokoLotus Eaters (Fila Brazillia Mix)
PongaAwesome Wells (Fila Brazillia Mix)
UNKLEBerry Meditation (Fila Brazillia Mix)
MellowMellow (Fila Brazillia Mix)
Euphoria (5)Delirium (Fila Brazillia Mix)
DJ FoodFreedom (Fila Brazillia Mix)
The OrbToxygene (Fila Brazillia Mix)
Freak PowerNew Direction (Fila Brazillia Duo)
ChaserBlue Planet (Fila Brazillia Mix)
Simple MindsThemes From Great Cities (Fila Brazillia Mix)
Robin JonesRoyal Rumba (Fila Brazillia Mix)
The Irresistible ForceNepalese Fish Dances (Fila Brazillia Mix)
The EggBend (Fila Brazillia Mix)
LambCottonwool (Fila Brazillia Mix)
A Certain RatioSamba 123 (Fila Brazillia Mix)
Black UhuruBoof 'n' Baff 'n' Biff (Fila Brazillia Mix)

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The Radiohead "Climbing Up The Walls" remix on this compilation is actually completely different from the one released on the Radiohead singles Karma Police and Lucky.


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    • minipinky80's avatar
      Anybody have any info on a numbered version of the vinyl set? I've seen them but not listed on discogs
      • jamesgadd's avatar
        Worth it for Climbing Up The Walls alone, absolutely sublime.
        • kenramm's avatar
          Edited 7 years ago
          It's a pleasure to have my music project Euphoria involved with this fine collection of Fila Brazillia remixes. Their remix of "Sweet Rain" on B2 is excellent and once again, like "Delirium" on Brazilification, new colour and mood are added to the song. Great to be remixed by A Team talents like Fila Brazillia.
          Ken Ramm
          • kenramm's avatar
            Edited 7 years ago
            My music project Euphoria had the fortune of having a fine remix of my song "Delirium" done by Fila Brazillia. The song appears on this compilation.
            The song charted well on the U.K. dance charts and added extra colour and style to my song, fulfilling the mandate of a good remix.
            Fila also did an excellent remix of my song "Sweet Rain" that appears on a later compilation (B2) they released. It's a pleasure to be associated with the collection of artists on these compilations as well as being involved with the talented Fila Brazillia.
            Ken Ramm
            February 29, 2017
            • Vert1's avatar
              Edited 8 years ago
              Starting the album off with Radiohead should have indicated to me that this artist doesn't understand that putting the top track first usually sowers the rest of the album. This is the case here.
              • scoundrel's avatar
                The ever-prolific Fila Brazillia, known for their remixes as much for their own tracks, offer us <I>Brazilification</I>, a collection of their remixes. And they have definitely skimmed off the top here: these tracks are gorgeous. Disc 1 starts off with Radiohead sounding slightly less paranoid with “Climbing Up the Walls” and moves to their unreleased mix of Moloko’s “Lotus Eaters.” The tracks blend into one another, not as much mixed as segued. And the mood is consistently mellow, even through the remix of Mellow’s “Mellow,” and culminating in the bleep-funk of the Orb’s “Toxygene.” On Disc 2, Simple Minds get their “Themes from Great Cities,” turned into a suite of easygoing breaks, while Robin Jones has “Royal Rumba” turned up a notch. They transform The Egg’s “Bend” into a driving funk, while their sublime mix of “Cottonwool” (by Lamb) feels soft as silk. This is the collection for you if you don’t feel like spending hundreds of dollars tracking down the individual singles.
                • kick_jazz's avatar
                  The remixes in this release is a crucial testament to the vitality and emotional range in the term <B>Brazilification</B>. Though being stunningly beautiful and respectfully twisted remixes it somehow also bears witness to <b>Fila Brazillia´s</b> own declining artistical production. I dare say these guys have never strain from taking the bumpy road if the outcome would proove original, inspiring and genuine. The backroads they travel these days makes me wish , that they will turn around and release material that is not just dead boring and painfully dull. <b>Jump leads</b> being the latest example.

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