There's a fine line between remix and raw creation using sample. Usually, it is, for better or worse, judged by the length of the sample(s), how much of the original song has been used, as well as what proportion of the new piece it represents. Even though sadly materialist and quantitative an approach, it's how we often tend to differenciate creation based on samples, from "mix"art (electro dj-ing, remix...etc) (and pure plagiarism or stealth, of course!).
Personally, I consider Acid Supremacy an interesting remix of Ich Kann Nicht, since it does take our work elsewhere (even though it's always a strange surprise to listen to another group's work and hear your own, there's a schizophrenic vibe in the experience!) The group should have mention the origin of the raw material used, though. And the result is fun to listen to!
Four extremely good fucked up techno and electro bangers with acidic and EBM tendencies. Excellent vinyl debut from TRAM Planet. The packaging includes a pretty purple marbled vinyl and a 12" x 12" (approximately) thick paper/board insert (no record jacket) held together in a clear polyvinyl sleeve. Buy this quickly before it's gone.