Ben Mono Feat. Jemeni ‎– Jesus Was A B-Boy

Compost Records ‎– Compost 301-1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Jesus Was A B-Boy (Moulinex Remix)
Remix, Producer [Add. Prod.] – Moulinex
A2 Jesus Was A B-Boy (Shir Khan Remix)
Mixed By – SpänkMusic By [Written], Producer – Simon Spielberger*Remix, Producer [Add. Prod.] – Shir Khan
B1 Jesus Was A B-Boy (TJ Kong & Nuno Dos Santos Remix)
Mixed By – Kenny InglisRemix, Producer [Add. Prod.] – TJ Kong & Nuno Dos Santos
B2 Jesus Was A B-Boy (Marlow Co-Remix With Comixxx)
Double Bass [Add.] – Boris NielsenMixed By – Marlow, MarlowRemix, Producer [Add. Prod.] – Comixxx, MarlowScratches [Cutz & Scratches] – ComixxxTrombone [Add.] – Veit Rudhardt

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A1. B1. B2. Publ.: Edition Monaural / AMV Talpa

A2. Remix and add. prod. for Exploited, 2008, Publ.: Edition Monaural / AMV Talpa , copyright control

© & (p) 2008, Compost Medien GmbH & Co KG.

Made in Munich

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 73794 23011 5
  • Label Code: LC 02518
  • Rights Society: GEMA



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December 19, 2008
If there’ s a motto to this single then it surely is this: variations for one topic. But, the topic is not musical, rather it’s the slightly provocative singing-speaking vocals that could be understood in many ways. The singing of Jemini can be heard in four different approach on this release. The original music to Jemini’s thoughts was composed by Ben Momo of course, but what we’ve got here are the remixes of Moulinex, Shir-Khan, Tj Kong & Nuno Dos Santos, and Marlow & Comixxx. The most radical re-work was made by Malow & Comixxx while the re-arrangement of Shir-Kahan seems to be a real ear-candy: old-school electro and hip-hop elements served with acid grooves that end with pleasant key solo at the end of 6 minutes of the song. The other two remixes are in the segment of soft, boingy minimal and deep house. It’s hard to find which way it intents to turn towards, however it’s quite easy to enjoy them - just listen’em.