Another Brick In The Wall (Rampage-Mix) - Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Trance Remixes
Label: Digital Floyd Project - LETR 90095 • Format: CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Trance
Ok, I follow your logic as far as the "Orb" trance remixes are concerned. But let me put your mind to rest - LX had nothing to do with these or any other Pink Floyd remixes.
And that's from the horses mouth. It's far more likely that it's Bill Drummond's work, if it's someone famous. First, it does NOT sound like the Orb. It's too cut and paste, everything is on the 8 and the sound-layering is not there. Bill Drummond had the Kalevala label which did something similarly odd fake bands in Finland. These came out a time when copyright laws were relaxes in Germany, Italy, and Australia, and if anything Bill is an astute businessman what with being able to burn a million quid, so I figure if they're the work of someone famous it would be him.
He'd have been in a perfect position to do it. The Ballad Of Lilly Brown - Peggy ONeal - The Ballad Of Lilly Brown came across it in a record store on the gulf coast of Mississippi and it was a big part of my late teens.
Hello, I have come here few months ago when searching for info on the famous Trance Remixes. Until, I remember it and make searches on YouTube. And the I discovered what they sounded like … and it was a mixed surprise: some good ideas, some ugly directions, but all in all it was interesting and motivating enough to try it by my own! This began when I observed that the beginning of Dogs Of War was suited for manipulations. Then, I wonder to make the whole album remix, using sometimes just tiny sound fragments of the song but though being fragments, some of the essence of the song remain, at least I believe.
Post a Comment. Oh, heh. That's right, I DID have a blog. Well, hopefully it still has some entertainment value For Pink Floyd fans, one of the biggest unsolved mysteries involves a series of Another Brick In The Wall (Rampage-Mix) - Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Trance Remixes bootlegs that emerged between and Someone, obviously a professional DJ, flooded the underground market with a number of 'Limited Edition Trance Remixes' - incredibly Another Brick In The Wall (Rampage-Mix) - Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Trance Remixes , reverb-laden, truly bizarre reworkings of several entire Pink Floyd albums.
The creators remained anonymous, though many suspected popular English trance group The Orb or at least, Orb member Jimmy Cautywhose styles seemed unmistakable. While no one in the British music industry knows for sure and The Orb don't speak about the topic, I strongly believe it was them, and I'm going to prove it Not surprisingly, this album sounds a hell of a lot like the Trance Remixes.
Many listeners who recognize the Orb's work, including members of the English music industry, consider the discs to be Orb creations without question. They've never denied involvement, and inversely, won't flat out confirm it either. As the mixes were unauthorized, this could simply be for legal reasons - and the Orb are known to remain silent on the topic of using samples without permission.
On the whole though, I've been listening to the Orb's better known music such as "Blue Room" quite a bit to try and justify this list, and after examining their mixing styles, motifs and gimmicks, have no doubt that they were indeed behind the Trance Remixes. The styles present are simply not those of the Orb, and the editing and composition of the mixes are somewhat amateur. I wouldn't rule out the possibility, though, that the Orb could have been influenced by this disc; the 'Wish You Were Here' Trance Remix emerged not long after this.
I realized that this couldn't be true; the WYWH remix was released inbut the use of a 'Pulp Fiction' sample on this disc dates it sometime after October Credits are given to 'The Stingman' technical and creative know-how and 'The Attitude Brothers' executive producers.
Though it includes two of the remixes from the 'Wish You Were Here' disc, the other material was more than likely not created by the Orb, but at least one other professional DJ - who, judging from the 'Megamix 21' track, had admirable talent. While entertaining and well done, there aren't any telltale Orb trademarks that allow me to suggest it may have been theirs.
Not surprisingly, the 'Wall' remix sticks out like a sore thumb. Unlike anything else mentioned on this page, this disc is actually available commercially through venues such as Amazon Utter, utter shit. Aside from poor quality rarities from the artists used to Another Brick In The Wall (Rampage-Mix) - Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Trance Remixes out the length of the discs including a couple Beatles outfakesthe remixes themselves are as amateur as they come - playing "I Am The Walrus" in its entirety twice with a ridiculous amount of reverb piled on, for instance.
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