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In 1994, James Taylor and David 'Brun' Brown took their places behind the mixing board. Four albums, around thirty singles, and who knows how many remixes later, Swayzak is synonymous with free-spirited techno, and it's time for a retrospective. The first disc contains 12 of Swayzak's best remixes, featuring reworkings of songs by Senor Coconut, Theorem, Will Saul and many more. The second CD concentrates on Swayzak's past. It includes previously unreleased rarities from 1994 to 2005, beginning with the catchy 'I Love Lassie', and the nineyear- old 'Saints'. Studio K7. 2006.

Disc: 1
1. Quark "Acoustiques Paralleles" (Swayzak Remix)
2. Will Saul feat. Ursula Rucker "Tic Toc" (Swayzak Remix)
3. Slam "Human" (Swayzak's Big Smoke Re-work)
4. Senor Coconut "Smoke on the Water" (Swayzak en la Clusaz Mix)
5. Swayzak vs. Theorem "Devil of Rotations"
6. George Sarah "Sonata for Petra" (Baby Into Babylon Mix)
7. Tahiti 80 "Changes" (Swayzak Darkfarmer Remix)
8. Bergheim 34 "RandomAccess Memory" (Swayzak SupericoMix)
9. Mighty Math "Experimental Child" (Swayzak-not-Swayzak Mix)
10. Systemwide "People of the Book" (Just Say No Remix)
Disc: 2
1. Ease My Mind
2. Slave To The Hard Drive
3. Lokal
4. If I Didn't Care
5. Grace's State
6. Wavemail
7. Saints
8. Mike Up Your Mind
9. Blufarm
10. I Love Lassie

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 21, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: !K7
  • ASIN: B000E8NR12
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #480,804 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Russell E. Scott on April 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Back in the mid 1990's when the rave and dance club scene were putting down some serious roots I was stuck in this historic civil war town near the Catoctin mountains of northern Maryland. I was learning how to speak hayseed and goober so I could talk to the locals. The only major event that had ever occurred in Uniontown was on the evening the Union Army camped hillside the night before their historic date to do battle with 200,000 dubious confederate soldiers in a place called Gettysburg. Since then the only events of note - the town had paved its only road, run electric lines, and had a clan meeting. For me remote took on new definition here, and exaggeration couldn't come close.

Unbeknownst was just how near and central I was to this breaking scene. Jazz - house DJ Kevin Yost was just across the Mason - Dixon line in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Just south of me in Washington DC, Deep Dish were throwing raves, spinning vinyl, and stretching the night out to dawn. Thievery Corporation ruled the roost as kingpins of the opulent Eighteenth St. Lounge. Experimenting with lounge and down-tempo, they signed a herd of new, substantial artist to their ESL record label. None of these pieces fell into place for me until I returned to Austin late that fall. I jumped in feet first, starved for music left of center that brought on the dark and the underground.

Nothing like the DJ mixed CD compilations could possibly acquaint you with so many new artists as quick and get you up to speed. Take note in particular of the classic Pagan Offerings mixed by Derrick Carter, opened with the eerie Lo9ve by Swayzak or later that year on Architecture 2 mixed by Terry Francis, their elusive BluFarm single helped close out the session.
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By S. Maki on March 25, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I find this collection to be diverse and very introspective in tone. I enjoy the complexity of the mixes and the intricacy of the layering within each track. A completely fresh perspective and quite cohesive. Highly recommended and one of my top ten all time albums (also Himawari).
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