Anne Clark ‎– Wordprocessing (The Remix Project)

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Columbia ‎– COL 487791 2
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1 Virtuality (Global Youth Remix)
Remix – Global Youth
7:20
2 The Healing (Aural Float Treatment)
Remix – Aural Float
6:21
3 Sleeper In Metropolis (Hardfloor 97 Version)
Remix – Hardfloor
6:26
4 Letter Of Thanks To A Friend (Radi Mate Mix By Mouse On Mars)
Remix – Mouse On Mars
5:02
5 Nida (Saafi Bros. Remix)
Remix – Saafi Bros.*
8:49
6 Our Darkness (Hardfloor 97 Version)
Remix – Hardfloor
6:14
7 Homecoming (Pascal F.E.O.S. Remix)
Remix – Pascal F.E.O.S.
6:53
8 Sleeper In Metropolis (Sleepers Revenge Mix By Sven Vaeth & Ralf Hildenbeutel)
Remix – Ralf Hildenbeutel, Sven Vaeth*
7:17
9 Contact (Contact 2017 Mix By The Mover)
Remix – The Mover
6:42
10 Wallies (Night Of The Hunter Remix By Juno Reactor)
Remix – Juno Reactor
5:46
11 Our Darkness (Total Eclipse Remix)
Remix – Total Eclipse
5:36

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© ℗ 1997 Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH
Distributed by Sony Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099748779120
  • Barcode (Text): 5 099748 779120
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): S1248779110-0101 44 A4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): Sony Music S1248779110-0101 14 A5
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): S1248779110-0101 14 C1
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 to 3): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 944B
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 945P
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 94I1
  • Label Code: LC 0162
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
  • Other (Sony manufacturing code): 12-487791-10
  • Other (Sony manufacturing code): 12 487791 10

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
COL 511995 2 Anne Clark Wordprocessing (The Remix Project)(CD, Album, RE) Columbia COL 511995 2 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
COL 487791 1 Anne Clark Wordprocessing (The Remix Project)(2xLP, Album) Columbia COL 487791 1 Europe 1997 Sell This Version

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neurodynamo

neurodynamo

December 18, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
I disagree with one of the other reviewers here

This compilation has it all -

Great remixes and various styles by famous artists of the scene back in the day

While it may not come close to the originals or her other early 80's poetical musical album works

It has its place - Something for everyone !

allnameswereout

allnameswereout

November 3, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
This CD contains a few remarkable numbers which you as fan of certain artists (say Total Eclipse or Juno Reactor) will not find elsewhere. At least, i have not. Personally, i appreciate Total Eclipse very much, including various remixes. This remix is one i appreciate. The melody of the original song is kept intact, while a few vocal samples are used to develop a quite nice goa trance song. Although i dislike vocals in electronic music (often meaningless or otherwise boring IMO) the vocals in this track are minimal hence not disturbing however the Hardfloor 97 version explain them more in detail as they're more complete. The Total Eclipse remix compared to the Hardfloor 97 remix: the latter is harder, vocal samples left more intact and more technoish. Pascal F.E.O.S. remix on Homecoming (which i happen to know original of) is a nice one: hard, stable, minimal techno with vocal samples nicely mixed into it. You probably are able to imagine what nice joke has been made with the "i maintain the beat" sample. Not exactly my style, but enjoyable. I'd say it is a diverse CD as in the genres/style of each track are diverse. As electronic music fan i was able to enjoy most of it, while i dislike wave/80s which seems to be what Anne Clark originally makes.
octetstream

octetstream

April 18, 2004

As often seems to be the case imho, these techno remixes of Anne Clark's greatest hits move a long way from the intention and feeling of the original songs.

<p>Anne Clark the techno queen? The original songs used dainty analogue synths, piano melodies, and a voice that cut through a thousand miles of bullsh*t. Here, big beats and repetition swallow up what was once sublime, and spits it out the other side of the grinder.

<p>Maybe I'm just a purist? Probably, but if you want to hear a good Anne Clark remix you're better off listening to Razormaid...