Boomkat Product Review:
Featuring Kid 606, Kit Clayton, GD Luxxe, Electronicat and more! This collection of all-star remixes of Numbers' debut album 'Numbers Life' is diverse, dynamic, downright rocking and enjoyable in a way remix albums seldom are. The remixers try to outdo each other either by improving on the originals or reinventing them by adding not just new rhythms and synthesizers but in many cases new vocals and completely new musical sections - all faithfully inspired by the Numbers aesthetic. Highlights include: the full-throttle dancerockabilly remix of "driving song," by recent depeche mode remixer Electronicat (disko b, angelika kohlermann); the new orderesque take on "prison life" by GD Luxxe (aka gerhard potuznik of mego, cheap records, ersatz audio, interdimensional transmissions); Kid606's rock-steady reworking of "we like having these things" into a hands-in- the-air dance punk anthem; Original Hamster's fittingly all-over-the-sound-canvas drill-and-bass remix of "human replace"; and Kit Clayton's original and inspired take on the numbers' theme song "information." Ace.