Robert Miles: Organik Mixes

January 1, 2003 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 2, 2003
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Urabon Records
  • Copyright: (c) 2003 Urabon Records
  • Total Length: 1:15:36
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  • ASIN: B001AU8DVW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #530,021 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lover of TRUE Music on September 7, 2003
Format: Audio CD
"This CD is not one where you could say 'hey Robert Miles has a new CD, maybe I'll buy it' or 'heh, new Robert Miles..ORGANIK REMIXES? Can't be that good..remixes are all the same'-trust me on this!!"-John
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"MY REVIEW"*~*
Robert Miles' last CD Organik was such a big hit. With The London Session Orchestra, sound effects, drums...it came together so wonderfly. Now Organik Remixes has come out. THIS CD IS AWESOME!!! Full of fun drums, many MANY sound effects, and voices which are light in some places and center attractions for others. If you love REMIXES, especially CLUB REMIXES like I do, this album is perfect for you. It sounds like the perfect Party CD because in a way it is. CLUB MUSIC soars with hard drums, sound effects and keyboards-and this is a great description of Organik Remixes. This CD is also perfect for a huge fan of Robert Miles-add this to your collection!! No matter where you stand for this kind of music..you'll love this-give it a chance!!!It's IMPOSSIBLE NOT to love Robert Miles...and ORGANIK REMIXES!!! THIS CD IS EVEN BETTER THAN IT SOUNDS COMING FROM ME AND THAT IS VERY BIG...SO GET IT TODAY!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "sfgadviper" on October 1, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I will be the first to admit I am Robert Miles fan. I am also the first to admit that Organik made me take a few steps back and reevalutate my commitment to Robert as a listener. It was too advant garde for my liking. The Robert I like produced the beautful sounds of 23AM...not this dark, uncommercial CD. Well what a difference a year makes. Organik is a fantastic CD combining eithnic sounds with electronic dance beats. The remix album continues to keep the same dark and bass sound of the original material but adds the twist of certain artists like Riton or FSOL. Fans should be aware that Robert did not sell out with this release. None of this music sounds like it will be played at my local club BUT that can been good. Different is good!
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What? Robert Miles did stuff after his worldwide hit "Children"? This collection of remixes off his album Organik shows that he still might have a little life in him after all. The Future Sound of London, still in psychedelic mode, give a slow, string-laden mix of "Paths," while Alexkid takes "Wrong" down a cinematic tour of Morocco's underbelly. Riton does the electrofunk that he does so well on "Pour Te Parler," while Kuzu go darker and deeper and more spare on that track, and Fissure take it into dub techno territor. Da Lata, unfortunately, have a rare misstep with their Middle Eastern take of "Release Me." Chamber, meanwhile, offer a near-industrial mix of "It's All Coming Back" and 2nd Gen pick up on that vibe and carry it into their take of "Separation." The mysterious PunkA Fro throws some bizarro breaks onto "Connections." Si Begg goes a bit crazy with "Improvisations Pt. 2," while the Fabrics take that same track and turn it onto some funky breaks. Miles' own works on this album, however, including his own mix of "Paths" show him struggling to build a post-"Children" identity.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Hersh Agnihotri on November 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ok, I've to admit I had better expectations overall for this
'Remixes' CD and unfortunately it fails to deliver in my opinion.
Don't get me wrong, it has some good trax on both the CDs but I was expecting more and something different.
CD 1 is my favorite among the two.
CD 2 is just too downtempo and dark sounding for my taste.
Also, the main thing that upsets me is the length of each CD. It's like 1/2 hour on each side. That's ridiculous especially for the import price I paid @ Tower Records. :(
I liked 'Organik' better than this one and hope that the next solo album by Miles is little less dark and more melodic w/ beautiful rhythms and such.
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Based on other Robert Miles creations I have listened to, I had high expectations for this CD. I found myself skipping through each track trying to find something that would hold my attention. Needless to say, both CDs disappointed.
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