Various Artists

Spectral Essentials: Remixes One

When dance music’s creative vanguard get their paws on the Spectral Sound catalogue, the results are rarely less than spectacular. Spectral Essentials: Remixes One cherry-picks some of the best Spectral-affiliated remixes?that is, Spectral artists both remixed and remixing?and ties them up with a pretty ribbon. Standouts include James T. Cotton’s subterranean take on Brian Aneurysm’s “Das Element Des Menschen” Osborne’s house-y “Simulacrum Mix” of The Vanisher’s “The Tic-Tac Tactic”, Peter Grummich’s click-clacking remix of Matthew Dear’s “It’s Over Now”, and Barem’s desert-dry remix of Kate Simko’s “She Said”.

  • Ghostly International
  • GIDG-30
  • formats:
  • Digital
  • release date:
  • December 15, 2009
  • artwork by:
  • Michael Cina
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1Audion - Fred's Bells (Onur Ozer Remix)
2Bodycode - Hands Free Computer Interface (The Mole Remix)
3Brian Aneurysm - Das Element Des Menschen (James T. Cotton Remix)
4Daso & Pawas - Det (Schatrax Remix)
5Hieroglyphic Being - Liquid Sex (Portable Remix)
6Kenneth Graham - Carrier Wave (Bryan Zentz Reconstruction)
7JTC - Buck! (Reinhardt Voigt Remix)
8Lee Curtiss - Black Door Beauty (Dyed Soundorom Remix)
9Matthew Dear - It's Over Now (Peter Grummich Remix)
10Osborne - Outta Sight (Luke Vibert Remix)
11Kate Simko - She Said (Barem Remix)
12The Vanisher - The Tic Tac Tactic (Osborne)
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