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    I don't think these Experience-era remixes count. I see them simply as a single version/album version being different. Same as Spitfire remix and some other tracks.
    I was, however, pissed at Voodoo People Pendulum remix which was playing everywhere when it was fresh. I fucking hated that beat - possibly because my sister is a huge Pendulum fan and she was constantly playing them in the car. And they have this beat everywhere. I mean literally, the same exact fucking beat in every goddamn song and remix they did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    I don't think these Experience-era remixes count. I see them simply as a single version/album version being different. Same as Spitfire remix and some other tracks.
    I was, however, pissed at Voodoo People Pendulum remix which was playing everywhere when it was fresh. I fucking hated that beat - possibly because my sister is a huge Pendulum fan and she was constantly playing them in the car. And they have this beat everywhere. I mean literally, the same exact fucking beat in every goddamn song and remix they did.
    Hyperspeed (G-Force Part 2) is miles better than G-Force (Energy Flow)

    To go even further, the Experience album versions of Charly and Everybody In The Place are completely different remixes from the singles and original mixes.

    Charly (Original Mix) - Charly (Alley Cat Remix) - Charly (Trip Into Drum And Bass Version)
    EITP (Original Mix) - EITP (Fairground Remix) - EITP (155 And Rising Mix)

    All Liam reworking his own tracks. Hell, Liam has even sampled himself. Crazy Man --> SMBU.

    Liam has even done remixes of remixes done by other artists of his own song... aka Voodoo Beats, which is Liam remixing The Chemical Brothers' remix of Voodoo People.

    But the Pendulum remix is also different from this Breathe rework as Liam had no involvement with that remix. Liam was involved with the Audio Bullys remix of Out Of Space though. In the end, these are not meant to replace the original.

    The Breathe remix is Liam working with Rene Lavice to make a new version and wanted to have RZA on it. Not the first time Rene was involved with a Prodigy remix. Also, expect some more reworks/collabs.

    I don't know. I dig the Breathe rework. Nothing will top the original, but it's its own thing.

    I prefer the Dope D.O.D. collab/rework of The Day Is My Enemy over the album version.

    I imagine this Breathe rework was meant to celebrate their 30th anniversary, but COVID ruined that.
    Last edited by neorev; 06-14-2021 at 05:32 PM.

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    ^^^
    yikes….not digging this

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    The music of that rework is fun. Sounds like something RTJ would be good on
    Definitely not RZA best outing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfte View Post
    The music of that rework is fun. Sounds like something RTJ would be good on
    Definitely not RZA best outing.
    A Run The Jewels/Prodigy collab would be a dream

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    This re-amp ows a lot to EL-P's production style, imo. It even sounds like they sampled a sound that appears prominently throughout a song by EL called Squegee Man Shooting.

    I loved TFOTL era and its ruggedness, when LH was basically producing Hip Hop beats (with dusty samples and vocal scratches and stuff) on 140 bpm. These days The Prodigy feels too clean and one note for me.

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    Rene Lavice's drum n' bass remix of Breathe RZA collab drops this Friday! Been waiting for this to come out.

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