Villalobos*Alcachofa Remixes

Label:Playhouse – play 93
2 x Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
Style:Techno, Electro, Minimal


ADexter (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix)5:54
BEasy Lee (Smith N Hack Remix)9:18
CEasy Lee (Soul Capsule Mix)6:17
CCEasy Lee (Soul Capsule's London Bootleg Mix)6:13
DEasy Lee (Jay Haze's Crash The Afterparty Dub)
RemixJay Haze
DDEasy Lee (Cassy Lee Mix)4:38

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Cover by Saskia for mon 2004
All tracks published by Ongakumusik.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 10939
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched / Machine stamp side A): Play 093 A ⓡ at D&m -9981-
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched / Machine stamp side B): Play 093 B ⓡ at D&m -9981-
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched / Machine stamp side C): Play 093 C -9981- ⓡ at D&m
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp / Etched side D): -9981- Play 093 D ⓡ at D&m

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Alcachofa Remixes (2×12", EP, 45 RPM, Promo)PlayhousePLAY093Germany2004



  • matt2011's avatar
    I've had this since it was new, and I've always thought the second record could be tossed in the garbage, and I'm a huge Baby Ford and Thomas Melchior fan. The Jay Haze remix is a tad better, but the real magic lies on the first disc with the Swordsmen and Smith N Hack mixes. Especially the Swordsmen mix. I'm also a huge Weatherall fan and he and Tenniswood do not disappoint here. This was at the tail end of their time together as the Swordsmen and they deliver a really emotional Krautrock type jam, completely revamping the whole song and turning it into something new and fresh.
    • onthefly's avatar
      It's all about the Two Lone Swordsmen remix, no two ways about it.
      • Txdr's avatar
        one of those releases that shouldn't have escaped the merely "bounced" stage... very unfortunate...
        • randytrendy's avatar
          Maybe the Smith n Hack remix is a dancefloor bomb. Maybe the track is highly recommondated to DJs. But for me it is very similar to Beroshima - Watch the moving bodies (John Selway rmx).
          • thacidisaster's avatar
            Edited 17 years ago
            I think I'd have to say here that the Smith + Hack mix is your bog standard Shoreditch fashion guff and without doubt the worst track on the EP. Surprised it made it on to this EP. The Swordsmen Track is fantastic and uses their newer sound of real drumkits and bass guitars. Also on a darker, weirder note you have the Soul Capsule mixes which have some similarity to each other. If you like to weird people out at least one of these tracks could be dropped into your ketamine set. Love the bendy voice samples.
            If you like easy accessible, Shoreditch post-ironic handbag house there's always the Smith & Hack mix. I was playing in a club one night and accidentally was walking all over it. The Smith and Hack side was totally destroyed and the Swordsmen track cleaned up nicely. Saved me a job.
            • dorkey's avatar
              Edited 20 years ago
              Hmm... In fact a quite curious remix-album, as only "Easy Lee" and "Dexter" have been remixed. While you can almost forget sides C and D, it's a duty to buy it because of A and B: the Smith n Hack-remix bombs the clubs in the peaktime and the remix of Dexter is a perfect ending of a dj-set.


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