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  • Audio CD (June 25, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: K7
  • ASIN: B000067FW1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #355,993 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Andrew M. Schirmer on July 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
...he simply doesn't have any new material. What does one say to this? With "Reset," the eternal stoners at G-Stone Records have released their third consecutive remix album--interpretations of G-Stone material by other similar-minded artists. But with remixes this good, really, who can complain?
Peter Kruder's original "Peace Orchestra" release was a masterpiece of electronica, but its mood was conductive to an intimate home or headphone experience--not really something you'd bang out at Club Boogaloo. Therefore, the reinterpretations found on "Reset" seek to transmit bits and pieces of the original music into more of a club or dance aesthetic. Most of them succeed admirably.
Ignore Gotan Project's uneasy re-jig and head straight for the Beanfield remix of "Meister Pelz." Vienna hip-hop star DJ DSL's interpretation of "Double Drums" adds a piano loop and great rhythmic ideas--this guy's one to watch. Other notable remixes include Meitz's "Marakesch," Guilliaume Boulard jazzing up "Domination," and Soul Patrol's "Henry." Most everything on here sits nicely on the "nu-jazz" shelf.
The only downer, really, is that the designers did not include any copulating hippies, as found on the original and vinyl "Shining" remix packaging. Shame.
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I was surprised at how much I love this cd. I mean not shocked but there are just some tracks on this disk that are great. I think its a nice nod to the original record though it is not really the same at all. If you like K&D, Tosca and the first Peace Orchestra then you will like this. It may not be your favorite but you need to have it.
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By A Customer on July 12, 2002
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Don't listen to the other reviews... this is Kruder & Dorf with added funk. the layers and atmospheric sound is still well intact except the remixes adds "life" to the songs.... a lot of great remixes here. Its a whole new way at listening to these songs. I did not give it 5 stars cause i don't quite belive anything is worth five. But I highly reommend this. Cheers
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As wonderful as the original PEACE ORCHESTRA album was, the remix collection seems to go a different route. Whereas the original was deep and moody, the majority of the mixes (Guillaume Boulard, Soulpatrol, Truby Trio) here go for upbeat jazz. The Gotan Project deliver a mix of "Shining" that's definitely all theirs, except for an intro that essentially takes the original and sets the recording level way down low under their own percussion. Beanfield go electro-jazz on "Meister Petz," while DJ DSL takes a cut-up jazz hip-hop approach to "Double Drums." Both Raw Deal and Zero dB apply some house-tempo breaks to their respective mixes, while Chateau Flight takes a darker electro path with "Who Am I." A Kosma mix of "The Man" also goes that darker path, though with a more traditional jazz feel. A worthy companion to the original, even if the original is definitely superior.
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By A Customer on August 17, 2002
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This is one of the best remixes I've ever heard. Period! Catchy tunes, very good beats (especially the last tune on the CD), most certianly one of the best chill albums of the 21st Century to date. Get this for your collection!
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