Remix after all

A few well known bloggers, (and then a few more.) Have taken it upon themselves to pick their favorite track of the Daft Punk album; “Human after all”, Got their favorite remixer to remix the track, and named the resulting album “Remix after all”. (Hell yeah they did!)

Pay a visit to one of the above links to get your copy!
(I wonder how Daft Punk (and their lawyers) feel about this… (But, “Do I care?” is the real question..))

Edit: After giving it a few rounds of listening too, It’s only fair to write a few words about the remixes.
And I’m sorry to say (for Daft Punk..) : I Think I like these remixes better then the original album! (Yes, it was scary, making that statement. But then again, don’t even dare and touch ‘Homework’! It’s holy!!)

The album kicks off with a thumpin’ Disco Villains remix of ‘Human after all’. And keeps the trend going with the Tits & Clits edition of ‘Prime time of your life’, and suprisingly funky remix of ‘Robot Rock’ from Immuzication.
The album feels well balanced and the mastering makes each track sound on par with each other. On top of that, these remixes are very well suited for mixing in DJ-sets. With a clear build-up in each track.

It’s only natural that I can’t love each track as much. I didn’t care much for the remix of ‘Make love’. It doesn’t sound bad or anything, but I’m not the one for R’n’B styles of music. Somehow it made me think of ‘The sun can’t compare‘. (But didn’t make me as happy.) Luckily ‘The brainwasher’, remixed by Melee Beats quickly smashed my brain back on track.

All in all I’d say, definitly download this album. Worth your time and DJ-skills.

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