Various ‎– Assume Nothing

Muzik Magazine ‎– MUZIKMAG77 / OCT01
CD, Mixed

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1.1 Appliance FLF (Precious Body Fluids) [Loop] 1:00
1.2 Appliance Comrades (In A Moscow Hotel) [Loop]
1.3 Wire Over Theirs [Loop]
1.4 Echoboy Sudwestfunk No 5 (Ester Brinkmann Remix) [Loop]
Remix – Ester Brinkmann
1.5 Goldfrapp Utopia (Sunroof's Sixpack Remix) [Extract]
Remix – Sunroof
2.1 Throbbing Gristle Hot On The Heels Of Love [Edit] 2:22
2.2 Plastikman Elektrostatik [Extract]
3.1 Renegade Soundwave The Phantom (It's In There) [Edit] 3:01
3.2 Inspiral Carpets This Is How It Feels (RSW Drum Mix) [Edit]
Remix – Renegade Soundwave
3.3 Fortran 5 Love Baby (Charlie Endell Remix) [Loop]
4.1 Renegade Soundwave Thunder [Edit] 2:29
4.2 Goldfrapp Utopia (Tom Middleton's Cosmos Acid Dub) [Loop]
Remix – Tom Middleton
5.1 Moby All That I Need Is To Be Loved [Edit] 2:27
5.2 Goldfrapp Utopia (Tom Middleton's Cosmos Acid Dub) [Extract]
Remix – Tom Middleton
6.1 Robotman Do Da Doo (Plastikman's Acid House Remix) [Edit]
Remix – Plastikman
6.2 Moby James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version) (Tenaglia's Twilo Mix) [Loop]
Remix – Danny Tenaglia
7.1 Moby Natural Blues (Perfecto Dub) [Loop]
Remix – Perfecto
7.2 Depeche Mode I Feel Loved (Desert's After Hours Dub) [Loop]
Remix – Desert
8.1 Erasure Moon & The Sky (Murk Monster Mix) [Edit]
Remix – Murk
8.2 Polaris (5) Addicted (Powder Productions Remix) [Extract]
Remix – Powder Productions
8.3 Tata Box Inhibitors Plasmids (Oscar G Space Miami Mix) [Loop]
Remix – Oscar G*
9 Moby Porcelain (Futureshock Instrumental Mix) [Edit]
Remix – Futureshock
10.1 Desert Lettin' Ya Mind Go (King Unique Dirty Dub) [Edit]
Remix – King Unique
10.2 Desert Lettin' Ya Mind Go (Lottie's Remix) [Edit]
Remix – Lottie
11 Desert Lettin Ya Mind Go (Desert's Where's Me Mind Gone? Mix) [Edit] 3:51
12 Luke Slater All Exhale (Futureshock Remix) [Edit]
Remix – Futureshock
13.1 Luke Slater Body Freefall, Electronic Inform (Junior Cartier's Highrise Mix) [Edit]
Remix – Junior Cartier
13.2 Luke Slater Body Freefall, Electronic Inform (Slater's Needle Damage Mix) [Edit]
14 Depeche Mode I Feel Loved (Umek Remix) [Loop]
Remix – Umek
15 Plastikman Helikopter [Edit] 1:54
16 Hans Weekhout Rhythm Is On A Mission [Edit] 2:09
17 Nitzer Ebb vs. Thomas P. Heckmann Join In The Chant (Knarz Is Machine) [Edit] 1:11
18 Speedy J Krikc [Edit] 2:03
19 1st Bass Trails Of The Unexpected [Edit] 4:25
20 2nd Gen And/Or (Si Begg's Buckfunk 3000 Remix) [Edit]
Remix – Si Begg
21 Holger Hiller Egg [Edit] 2:09
22 Mark Stewart Consumed (The Program Mix) [Edit]
Remix – The Program (2)
23 S.I. Futures I Like That (Brand New) [Edit]
Featuring – T.Power
24 S.I. Futures We Are Not A Rock Band [Edit] 1:25
25 Tim Wright Searcher [Edit] 2:51
26 S.I. Futures I'm The Bomb [Edit] 1:26
27.1 Piquet Alone In Stone [Extract] 1:25
27.2 Speedy J Patterns (Remix) [Edit]
27.3 Slick Sixty The Wrestler (Mad Professor Remix) [Loop]
Remix – Mad Professor
27.4 Fad Gadget Back To Nature [Loop]
27.5 Suicide Harlem [Extract]



The cover reads "MUZIK Presents Mute: Assume Nothing"

An Audio Sequence of music from Mute, NovaMute, Future Groove, The Grey Area and The Parallel Series.

CD consists of 45 different tracks/mixes and was made by Howard Corner, Daniel Miller and Seth Hodder using a pair of decks, a mixer and Pro tools.
Total playing time: 58.26

"Charlie Endell Mix" is named after the character from the early-1970s British crime drama Budgie.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS MUSIK/ASSUME 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L501
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 8728
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 8732

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Various Assume Nothing(CDr, Mixed, Promo) Mute none UK 2001 Sell This Version


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January 12, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

Don't be fooled by some of the commercial names on this release or what you think you know about the Mute catalog; this disc is a solid, high-quality mix of dense, relatively hard techno with an energy level that just keeps building. Well, at least until track 20, when it takes a 90-degree turn into techstep/neurofunk territory—a welcome change, quite compatible with the overall aesthetic. The energy level plateaus at that point until dropping off suddenly with the mostly beatless collage at the very end, which is the only disappointment on the disc.

This is really one of my all-time favorite techno DJ mixes. It's like the more clamorous parts of Richie Hawtin - Decks, EFX & 909, which is the only well-known mix CD I can really compare it to. However, today I find this one way more enjoyable than the Hawtin mix, which hasn't held up as well.