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Boomkat Product Review:
It says a great deal about how highly regarded Wighnomy Bros. and Robag Wruhme have become as a production team that they can boast such a star-studded roster of remixing clients for this collection. Looking over the tracklist you'll notice Depeche Mode, Royksopp, Underworld and Nitzer Ebb all get the makeover treatment, and the collection kicks off with a reworking of a track from another big name in electronic music: Future Sound Of London, whose 'Lifeforms' gets translated into a highly modern, atmospheric piece of hi-tech hip hop. It's back on more familiar ground for Royksopp's 'Beautiful Day Without You' which sports some detailed 4/4 programming but retains the vocal, albeit with a few processing tricks here and there. Nice job. Robag goes it alone for his remix of Ellen Allien & Apparat's 'Way Out' which at times almost sounds like Artificial Intelligence-era electronics, then Ellen's voice reappears and you're pulled back into the 21st century. It's an impressive exercise in production, and as with everything else here, there's a huge melodic presence. Applying similar strategies is the Wighnomy Bros. remix of Gustav's 'We Shall Overcome', whose pop credentials remain in tact, while the space-age microhouse production tickles the ears. The final track is a composite of Paul Kalkbrenner's 'Steinbeisser' given an overhaul, and an exclusive new Robag Wruhme track tacked onto the end. The flooded ambience of the former piece is unexpected enough, but the string quartet breakcore of Robag's new track seems to come from out of nowhere and proves to be one of the finest things here. Excellent stuff.