- Audio CD (November 23, 1999)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Single, Enhanced
- Label: Reprise
- ASIN: B00003A9PZ
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #518,655 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Stitches / Dissention Single, Enhanced
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The first mix, the Hardnox Mix, is probably one of the best songs on the CD, which is why it's probably the first track. Very beat-heavy with good atmospherics, it's a slowed down version of the original. Track two, P.Q.M.'s Cracker Beat Radio Pass, is a VERY hip-hop version of Stitches that sticks to the original lyrics almost word for word, no restructuring or anything. Not great. The third mix, DJ Dan's mix, made me take two stars off this CD. DJ Dan should be dragged in the street, shot, and stripped of his DJ card. It drones on for 8 1/2 painful minutes, and to this day I can't tell that it's a remix of Stitches, let alone anything else.
P.Q.M.'s Amped Up Dub [with Vocals] isn't music. It's my CD skipping on the words "so precious" over a droning beat for 8:15. I'm losing faith in P.Q.M. by this point. Oh yeah, the CD just lost two more stars. Apparently P.Q.M.'s Cracker Beat Pass might be longer than the Radio version, but other than that, I can't tell a difference. Wow. Track 6, the Smack My Stitch Up Extended Mix, now this is good. It starts off with a slow beat and heavy guitars, and is a REAL dark aggro hip-hop mix. It's appreance saves what would have been a terrible CD, and gets it back up to a whopping two stars.
Dissention only makes one appearance, so don't be tricked by the "Stitches/Dissention" name of this CD, it's Stitches +1. Guess what?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It would have to be, I managed to have it stolen. I really enjoyed it, would listen to it to chill out and keep my mind focused while studying. Read morePublished on June 14, 2002 by Annette Senechalle
This maxi-single also includes many remixes of Stitches and Dissention. They're also both from Family Values '98. Dave Oglivie is friends with them and he is awesome. Read morePublished on January 14, 2001