Alter Ego ‎– Rocker

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Skint ‎– Skint103CD
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1 Rocker (Original) 4:47
2 Rocker (Eric Prydz Remix)
Remix – Eric Prydz
6:03
3 Rocker (Dub) 5:12
4 Rocker (Erol Alkan's Deaf Disco Re-Vised)
Remix – Erol Alkan
8:55
5 Rocker (Plasticman Remix)
Remix – Plasticman
5:35
6 Rocker (Earl Shilton Remix)
Remix – Earl Shilton
4:17
7 Rocker (Radio Edit) 2:29
8 Rocker (Alter Ego Video Edit) 3:10

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Published by Gold/Hanseatic Musikverlag.
℗ Skint Records 2004 under license from Klang Elektronik
© Skint Records 2004
Made in England.

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Other Versions (5 of 37) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KLANG 84 ltd. Alter Ego Rocker(12", S/Sided, Ltd) Klang Elektronik KLANG 84 ltd. Germany 2004 Sell This Version
KLANG 84 Alter Ego Rocker(12") Klang Elektronik KLANG 84 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
SKINT 103X Alter Ego Rocker (Remixes)(12") Skint SKINT 103X UK 2004 Sell This Version
KLANG 84 CD Alter Ego Rocker(CD, Maxi) Klang Elektronik KLANG 84 CD Germany 2004 Sell This Version
AS 192987-8 Alter Ego Rocker(12", W/Lbl) Absolute Sound AS 192987-8 France 2004 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

August 12, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Alter Ego's ROCKER gained quite a bit of notoriety -- it's slamming beat and grinding propulsion has all the makings of a dancefloor stormer (if the speakers can handle the high-pitch squeals, that is). On these mixes, Eric Prydz regulates the beat some, to make it much more straightforward, takes out the harsher high tones, and adds a more pleasant melodic line. The dub mix goes crazy with the reverb (no surprise there, really), while Erol Alkan adds some crowd sounds (and a mystery scream) but doesn't mess too much with the original. Plasticman takes a few more liberties, slowing the track down with some minimal breaks and alternating the squelches until the track sounds like the inside of an electronic insect farm. Earl Shilton takes the title "Rocker" a bit more literally and throws in some grinding electric guitars. Personally, I prefer the original, but would probably be more likely to dance to the Eric Prydz mix.