|1.||"Opals" (Analogue Dear remix) (2:54)|
|3.||"Kite Hill Theme" (Freddie Joachim remix) (3:16)|
|4.||"Opals" (Andhim remix) (4:35)|
|5.||"New Gods" (Ron Basejam remix) (5:02)|
|1.||"Satisfied" (Soundbwoy Killah remix) (5:16)|
|2.||"Silver Linings" (DJ Seinfeld Drum Dream remix) (3:02)|
|3.||"When The Sun Bursts" (Grandbrothers remix) (5:17)|
|4.||"Z" (Laurence Guy remix) (5:01)|
|5.||"Satisfied" (Ambient reprise) (3:16)|
Catching Flies' debut album "Silver Linings" was a gently eclectic and hard-to-pigeonhole affair - think soulful fusions of hip-hop, house, jazz and electronica - so it makes perfect sonic sense that this remixed version should include revisions by an impressively diverse array of artists. There are naturally a clutch of more dancefloor-centric reworks - see Andhim's hypnotic, tech-tinged deep house take on "Opals", Ron Basejam's deep jazz-house version of "New Gods", a bustling breakbeat pass of "Satisfied" by Soundbwoy Killah and DJ Seinfeld's deliciously saucer-eyed, rave-friendly re-imagining of "Silver Linings" - as well as a clutch of more downtempo-minded tweaks. Highlights in the latter category include a bluesy "Ambient Reprise" of "Satisfied" and Freddie Joachim's delightfully dusty, slow-motion version of "Kite Hill Theme".
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