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mattrego



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Well, I am working late on a Friday night, so I managed to listen to the 1st 25. So far, I like Flex Vectors (liked the synthy sound), Theory 77 (nice cuts and beat), #18 (simple, but funky), James Hancock (got that li(f)e vibe) and cubbiebears'. If I'm here later I will listen to more.
Post Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:05 pm
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mattrego



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Oh shit. #64 The Remarkable 1 added his own verse. I kind of dig it. Ha.
Post Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:13 pm
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LastManOut



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So far, #19, James Hancock Remix, feels the best to me. Great stuff start to finish. He's got my vote.
Post Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:41 pm
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Dr Sagacious



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Holy shit, you're not kidding about that James Hancock remix.
Post Sat Jul 24, 2010 10:44 am
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AdamBomb



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Dr Sagacious wrote:
Holy shit, you're not kidding about that James Hancock remix.
Post Sat Jul 24, 2010 12:24 pm
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mattrego



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I'm at work again on Saturday, so I pretty much was able to listen to all of them. Flex Vectors is my favorite. The James Hancock one is great also.
Post Sat Jul 24, 2010 12:31 pm
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Captiv8



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I can't believe you cats aren't talking about our very own Leif Kolt's remix. I'm thinking top five.

1) Broken Floodgates
2) James Hancock (a cousin to Reanimator's remix of Sea Lion?)
3) Leif Kolt
4) Robin Scott Fleming
5) Jenero Sanus (for the awesome guitar)
6) LajBeats
7) Ben Knight (for adding a nice creepy vibe to the song)
8) Let's Get Down to Business (it's long but ties everything in together)
9) 10Men It's All Good (something about that fuzzy bass moves me)
10) Robert G. (for doing the only successful trance version I've heard)
11) Nosebleed Hook
12 Paul Ruzzin (for the crazy Chines violin thingy)
13) Copper White

In other words, if I thought the track was worth downloading (thanks for that, by the way). I'm surprised by how many people decided to go ambient/jazzy with the song. Not really my thing, as my selections reflect, but hey. I want to point out that I listened to at least fifteen seconds of each song, at various intervals in the song to make sure I wasn't being hasty in my judgment.

* I'm not really sure about the order of my favorite tracks, but I had to make a list.
Post Sat Jul 24, 2010 10:47 pm
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Sage Francis
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This is very belated, but I just posted about the final interview I did with Mark Isham on www.SageFrancis.net

Here's the video

Post Thu Nov 11, 2010 2:30 pm
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Captiv8



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Interesting to see the different things you and Mr. Isham were looking for in the remixes. Where was that video filmed at? Lovely scene.
Post Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:13 pm
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