Fauna Flash – Worx – The Remixes

Artist: Fauna Flash
Title: Worx – The Remixes
Cat No: CPT 186-2
Format: CD

Quotes: Great great EP. Both tracks are killer tunes.Respect ! 2 Many DJs / Wow!!! very close to being a perfect package! awesome tracks, great production….will get rotation on my radio show & dj gigs. Gilles Peterson / Fauna Flash pushes all the right buttons here with an explosive latino-canadian electronic disco monster of a tune… so good i licensed it straight away for my new comp the day after i got the Cdr… Vienna rocks ! or waltz !  Geoffrey (Hi Phen) / Absolutly fucking brillant! Good work gentlemen! Ewan Pearson / Les 2 faces sont killer !!! Le rmx de Fauna Flash est tout simplement merveilleux.  Alex Kid

Info: Three years down the line since the release of their last album, “Confusion”, the guys are back for more. Whereas “Confusion” featured divine artists of distinction laying their hands on Fauna Flash tracks, it´s all upside down this time: Fauna Flash don´t let remixe, they opt for DIY and remix divine artists of distinction! ”Worx – The Remixes” offers a bunch of delicate Fauna Flash remixes of the past few years, chosen out of their total of over 30 remixes, compiled and remixed by the boys themselves. With previously unreleased tracks as well as two brandnew remixes, Rodney Hunter “Take A Ride” and Megablast “Jubita”! With their debut “Aquarius” they achieved and established a reputation as essential part of the royal European drum´n bass household during the last half of the 90s, German kings of D´nB! “Probably the best drum&bass album from Germany so far” sighed Kruder & Dorfmeister and British NME (NewMusicalExress) rhapsodized “Fauna Flash have solved one of the great puzzles of the late-20th Century: How to take the excitement and energy of drum & bass on record and translate it to a ‘live’ setting. And as a result, they’re going to be lauded and adored wherever they go. Fact!” On the follow-up of 2001, “Fusion”, Prommer and Appel extended their musical focus on downtempo / dance soul in all its colours and variations. Through combining elements of house, dub, jazz, latin, brazil, hiphop and soul, they created a new musical tight as tight can be unit, an identity stamped by urban club music.

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