Various ‎– Wasted - The Best Of Volume (Part 1)

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Volume ‎– BOV CD1
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1-1 The Orb Reefer Spin In The Galaxy
Performer [The Orb] – Alex Paterson, ThrashWritten-By – A Paterson*, M Giraudy*, S Hillage*
4:56
1-2 Cabaret Voltaire Low Cool (Remix)
Performer [Cabaret Voltaire] – Richard H Kirk*, Stephen MallinderProducer, Engineer – Richard H Kirk*, Stephen MallinderWritten-By – Kirk*, Mallinder*
5:22
1-3 One Dove Fallen (The Last Monday Morning At Bobby N's Remix)
Engineer, Programmed By – Ian CarmichaelPerformer [One Dove] – Dot Allison, Ian Carmichael, Jim McKinvenProducer – Black Dove*Written-By – One Dove
5:23
1-4 Björk One Day
Engineer – Al StonePerformer [Björk] – BjörkProducer – Nellee HooperProgrammed By – Marius Devries*Written-By – Björk Gudmundsdottir*
4:53
1-5 The Shamen Hyperreal (Remix)
Performer [The Shamen (1991)] – Colin Angus, Plavka, Will Sinnot*Producer – Rico Conning, The ShamenRemix – Rico ConningWritten-By – Shamen*
5:03
1-6 Pop Will Eat Itself Bulletproof (Remix)
Bass – Richard MarchDrums – Fuzz*Guitar – Adam Mole, Richard MarchKeyboards – Adam MoleProducer – BoilerhouseRemix – Adrian SherwoodVocals – Clint Mansell, Graham CrabbWritten-By – Vestan Pance
4:51
1-7 The Grid Cybernetic
Effects [Treatments], Drum Programming – Richard NorrisEngineer [Mix] – Andy 'Dare' Mason*Engineer [Recording] – Ingo VaukGuitar [Crafty] – Robert FrippGuitar [Hurricane] – Phil ManzaneraPercussion – Steve SidelnykPiano, Synthesizer – Dave BallProducer – The GridWritten-By – Ball*, Norris*
4:22
1-8 System 7 Miracle (Orb Mix)
Engineer – Greg HunterPerformer [System 7] – Alex Paterson, Andy Falconer, Aniff Cousins, Derrick May, Mick McNeil, Miquette Giraudy, Olu Rowe, Paul Oakenfold, Steve Hillage, Steve Waddington, Thrash, Youth, Zoe*Producer – Steve HillageRemix – Orb*Remix [Credited To] – Dr Alex Paterson*, ThrashWritten-By – Paterson*, Falconer*, Giraud*, Oakenfold*, Hillage*
6:14
1-9 Underworld Why Why Why? (Remix)
Engineer – Steve Dubb*Performer [Underworld] – Darren Emerson, Karl Hyde, Rick SmithProducer – UnderworldWritten-By – Darren Emerson, Karl Hyde, Rick Smith
8:20
1-10 Delta Lady Anything You Want (Volume Vocal Mix)
Engineer – Ollie JMusic By – Kris Needs, Neil Barnes, Paul DaleyProducer – Kris NeedsProducer [Re-production By] – Steve 'Dub'*Programmed By, Edited By – Kris Needs, Neil Barnes, Paul DaleyVocals – WonderWritten-By – Needs*, Schneider*
6:03
1-11 The Drum Club* One Tribe (Remix)
Engineer – Kim LewisGuitar – Steve HillageKeyboards, Sampler [Samples] – Charlie Hall, Lol HammondProducer – The Drum Club*Written-By – Hall*, Hammond*
5:11
1-12 Sabres Of Paradise* Lick Wid Nit Wit
Engineer – Gary Burns, Jagz KoonerPerformer [Sabres Of Paradise] – Andrew Weatherall, Gary Burns, Jagz KoonerProducer – The Sabres Of ParadiseWritten-By – Weatherall*, Burns*, Kooner*
7:24
1-13 Spooky Aqualung Dub
Performer [Spooky] – Charlie May, Duncan ForbesRemix – SpookyWritten-By – May*, Forbes*
4:15
1-14 Orbital Belfast/Wasted (Vocal Mix)
Bass [Bassline] – Rolo (3)Engineer – Ian TregoningMusic By – Paul Hartnoll, Phil HartnollProducer – Grant Fulton, Ian Tregoning, Paul Hartnoll, Phil Hartnoll, Rolo (3)Vocals – Grant FultonWritten-By – G Fulton*, P Hartnoll*, P Hartnoll*
7:03
2-1 © He Was
Engineer – Mathew Faddy*Performer [©] – Leslie WinerProducer – Fachtna O'Ceallaigh*Written-By – J Maybury*, L Winer*
5:29
2-2 Massive Attack Karmacoma (Bumper Ball Dub)
Performer [Massive Attack] – 3-D*, Mushroom*, Daddy GProducer, Engineer – Massive Attack, Nellee HooperRemix, Producer [Additional] – Mad ProfessorWritten-By – Vowles*, Locke*, Marshall*, Del Naja*, Norfolk*, Tricky
5:56
2-3 Tricky You Don't
Co-producer – Mark Saunders, TrickyEngineer, Mixed By – Mark SaundersPerformer [Tricky] – Martine*, TrickyVocals – RaggaWritten-By – Tricky
4:42
2-4 Cypress Hill Lick A Shot (Baka Boys Vocal Up Mix)
Performer [Cypress Hill] – B-Real, DJ Muggs, Sen DogProducer, Arranged By, Mixed By – DJ MuggsRemix, Producer [Additional] – The Baka Boys*Written-By – L Muggerud*, L Freese*, S Reyes*
3:29
2-5 Credit To The Nation Come Dancing
Engineer – Neil FergusonPerformer [Credit To The Nation] – MC FusionProducer – Boff*, Harry*Written-By – MC Fusion
4:38
2-6 Little Axe 15 To 4
Bass – Doug WimbishPercussion – Talvin SinghProducer – Adrian Sherwood, Skip McDonaldVocals, Effects [Funny Noises] – Adrian SherwoodVocals, Engineer, Programmed By – Paul BeckettVocals, Guitar, Keyboards – Skip McDonaldWritten-By – Skip McDonald
4:46
2-7 The Sandals* Venice Groove
Bass – Ian SimmondsDrums – Will BlanchardEngineer – Andy Peak, John Smith (4), Phil DaneProducer – The Sandals*Vocals, Flute – John Harris (3)Vocals, Sampler [Samples] – Derek DelvesWritten-By – The Sandals*
5:17
2-8 Stereo MCs* Elevate My Mind
Performer [Stereo MCs] – Andrea Groves, Cathe Coffey*, Owen If, Rob B*, The Head, Verona DavisWritten-By – Hallam*, Birch*
4:06
2-9 Jah Wobble Whiskey Priests
Bass, Vocals, Other [A Bit Of Everything] – Jah WobbleEngineer, Mixed By – Mark FerdaGuitar, Backing Vocals – Justin AdamsKeyboards, Piano, Backing Vocals – Mark FerdaProducer – Jah WobbleProducer [Assistant] – Mark FerdaWritten-By – Wobble*, Adams*, Ferda*, Murray*
5:28
2-10 Node Olivine
Performer [Node] – Dave Bessel*, Ed Buller, Flood, Gary StoutProducer – NodeWritten-By – Bessel*, Buller*, Stout*, Ellis*
7:45
2-11 New Order Confusion (Remix)
Engineer – Michael JohnsonPerformer [New Order] – Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen MorrisProducer – Arthur Baker, New OrderRemix – Dimitri*Written-By – Arthur Baker, New Order
5:23
2-12 Moby Go (Subliminal Mix)
Performer [Moby] – MobyProducer, Engineer – MobyRemix – MobyWritten-By – Richard M Hall*
4:24
2-13 LFO Slow Down Speedy
Performer [LFO] – Gez Varley, Mark BellProducer, Engineer – LFOWritten-By – Varley*, Bell*
3:13
2-14 Autechre Lanx 3
Performer [Autechre] – Rob Brown (3), Sean BoothProducer, Engineer – AutechreWritten-By – Brown*, Booth*
5:43
2-15 The Aphex Twin* En Trance To Exit
Performer [The Aphex Twin] – The Aphex Twin*Producer, Engineer – The Aphex Twin*Written-By – The Aphex Twin*
4:24
2-16 Mindless Drug Hoover The Reefer Song
Producer – Hugh JorsesnobVocals, Guitar, Bass, Drums – Mindless Drug HooverWritten-By – Mindless Drug Hoover
1:53

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Track 1-1: Taken from Volume One (September 1991). Remix of 'Supernova At The End Of The Universe' from the Wau! Mr Modo/Big Life album The Orb - The Orb's Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Andrew Smith. Photos Paul Evans. Orb Music/Big Life Music/Virgin Music. Courtesy WAU! Mr Modo/Big Life Records.
Track 1-2: Taken from Volume Five (December 1992). Remix of track from the Plastex album Cabaret Voltaire - Plasticity. Produced and engineered at Western Works, Sheffield. Answers and quotes in booklet from original feature by Paul Mathur. Photos Rob Deacon. Island Music Ltd. Courtesy Plastex.
Track 1-3: Taken from Volume Six (April 1993). Engineered and programmed at Toad Hall Studios, Glasgow. Quotes in booklet from original interview by Helen Mead. Photos Steve Double. Copyright Control. Courtesy Boys Own.
Track 1-4: Taken from Volume Six (April 1993). Engineered at Matrix Studio Four, London. Quotes in booklet taken from original feature by Jack Barron. Polygram Music. Courtesy One Little Indian.
Track 1-5: Taken from Volume One (September 1991). Remix of the One Little Indian single. Produced at Konk Studios, London. Amockshasong. Courtesy One Little Indian.
Track 1-6: Taken from Volume Four (August 1992). Remix of the RCA single. Recorded at Rockfield Studios, Wales and Parkgate Studios, Battle. Mixed at Marcus Studios, London. Quotes in booklet from original feature by John Harris. Photos Steve Double. BMG Music Publishing (UK) Ltd. Courtesy BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
Track 1-7: Taken from Volume Five (December 1995). Recorded at Eastcote Studios and Berwick Studios, London. Mixed at Olympic Studios, London. Answers in booklet from original feature by Paul Mathur. Photos Peter Anderson. Virgin Music. Courtesy Virgin.
Track 1-8: Taken from Volume Two (November 1992). Remix of track from the Ten album System 7 - System 7. Engineered at Do Not Erase, London. Quotes in booklet from the original feature by Paul Mathur. Photos Steve Double. Orb Music/Circa Music/Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd/Copyright Control. Courtesy Ten Records Ltd.
Track 1-9: Taken from Volume Eight (November 1993). Title incorrectly printed as 'Change' on back cover, but correctly printed in booklet. Remix of track from limited promo 12-inch. Engineered at Da Da Studios, Romford. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Sam King. Photos John Warwicker. Sherlock Holmes/Underworld. Courtesy Junior Boys Own.
Track 1-10: Taken from Volume Seven (July 1993). Produced at Rollover Studios, London. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Jack Barron. Photos Rob Deacon. Copyright Control. Courtesy Hard Hands.
Track 1-11: Taken from Volume Six (April 1993). Remix from the Butterfly LP Drum Club - Everything Is Now. Engineered at Butterfly Studios, London. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Rob Deacon. Photos Sally Harding. Copyright Control. Courtesy Butterfly.
Track 1-12: Taken from Volume Seven (July 1993). Produced at Sabresonic, London. Answers in booklet from original features by Helen Mead (July and September 1993). Photos: Sally Harding. Copyright Control. Courtesy Sabres Of Paradise.
Track 1-13: Taken from Volume Nine (March 1994). Remix of track from the Guerilla album Spooky - Gargantuan at Boundary Row, London. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Mandi James. Photos Sally Harding. Rondor Music. Courtesy Guerilla Records.
Track 1-14: Taken from Volume Three (May 1992). Track title printed as 'Wasted/Belfast' in booklet. Vocal mix of track from the Orbital LP Orbital - Orbital. Engineered at Marcus Studios and The Workhouse, London. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Ronnie Relevant. Photos Sally Harding. Virgin Music Ltd/Copyright Control. Courtesy FFRR.
Track 2-1: Taken from Volume Six (April 1993). Track from the LP © - Witch. Engineered at Charlotte Street, London. Mixed at Unit 3 Studios. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Rob Deacon. Photos Rob Deacon. Copyright Control. Courtesy Transglobal.
Track 2-2: Taken from Volume Twelve (December 1994). Remix of track from the LP Massive Attack - Protection. Produced and engineered at Ariwa Studios, London. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Ron Rom. Island Music/Copyright Control. Courtesy Virgin Records.
Track 2-3: Taken from Volume Ten (July 1994). Engineered and mixed for SSO. Quote in booklet from original feature by Jon Wilde. Photos Steve Double/Retna. Island Music Ltd. Courtesy Island Records Ltd.
Track 2-4: Taken from Volume Eleven (August 1994). Produced, arranged and mixed for The Soul Assassins. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Jack Barron. BMG Songs Inc/Cypress Funky Music/MCA Music Publishing/Soul Assassins Music. Courtesy Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Track 2-5: Taken from Volume Ten (July 1994). Engineered at Woodlands, West Yorkshire. Quotes in booklet from original feature by John Robb. Photos Jeff Davy. Island Music Ltd. Courtesy One Little Indian.
Track 2-6: Taken from Volume Seven (July 1993). Engineered at On-U Sound Studios, London. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Helen Mead. Photos Rob Deacon. Copyright Control. Courtesy On-U Sound.
Track 2-7: Taken from Volume Five (December 1992). Recorded at Matrix Studios, London. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Jack Barron. Photos Jeff Davy. Copyright Control. Courtesy Open Toe/FFRR.
Track 2-8: Taken from Volume Seven (July 1993). Recorded live. Quotes in booklet from original interview by Sam King. Photos David Tonge. Fiction Songs Ltd. Courtesy Island Records.
Track 2-9: Taken from Volume Six (March 1994). From the Island album Jah Wobble's Invaders Of The Heart - Take Me To God. Quotes in booklet taken from original feature by Mr Spencer. Warner Chappell Music/Copyright Control. Courtesy Island Records.
Track 2-10: Taken from Volume Twelve (December 1994). Produced for 140db at Master Rock, London. Quotes in booklet taken from original feature by Jack Barron. Photos Rob Deacon. Copyright Control. Courtesy 140db.
Track 2-11: Taken from Volume One (September 1991). Recorded at Shake Down Studios, New York. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Sam King. Photos Steve Double/Retna. Shakin' Baker Music BMI/Bemusic/Warner Brothers Music. Courtesy Factory Communications.
Track 2-12: Taken from Volume Three (May 1992). Remix of the Instinct single produced and engineered at Moby's studio, USA. Quotes in booklet from original feature by John Robb. Urbana Arts. Courtesy Instinct Records.
Track 2-13: Taken from Volume Three (May 1992). Produced and engineered at The Loft, Lofthouse. Quotes in booklet from original interview by Tommy Udo. Photos Rob Deacon. Warp Music/Virgin Music. Courtesy Warp Records.
Track 2-14: Taken from Volume Eight (November 1993). Produced and engineered at home. Quotes in booklet from original interview by John Robb. Warp Music. Courtesy Warp.
Track 2-15: Taken from Volume Four (August 1992). Title incorrectly printed as "En Trange To Exit". Produced and engineered at a secret location. Quotes in booklet from original feature by John Robb. Photos Bill Ericky. Copyright Control. Courtesy Mighty Force Records.
Track 2-16: Taken from Volume Eight (November 1993). Produced at Coolmore Studios. Quotes in booklet from original feature by Mike Hunt. Copyright Control.

Comes with a 192 page booklet and packaged in a glossy card slipcase.
Made in England

Filmwork by HBS Design, Newbury.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 018524 086023
  • Barcode (String): 5018524086023
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): DAMONT BOVCD DISC 1 CDM01
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): DAMONT BOVCD DISC 2 CDM01
  • Rights Society: BMI

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February 10, 2017
Why, Why, Why by Underworld seems to be more like an edit than a remix.