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Storm The Studio R.M.X.S.


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  • Audio CD (Aug. 1 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tino Corp
  • ASIN: B0000CAPVO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #184,233 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cease To Exist (M.B.M. vs D.H.S. Mix)
2. God O.D. (Eight Ways To O.D. On God Mix)
3. Storm The Dub Mix
4. Shadow & Substance Mix
5. God O.D. (Jonah Sharp Mix)
6. God O.D. (Bud O.D. So U Can't C Mix)
7. SS 2006 (Antipopulist Mix)
8. I Got The Fear (The Opus Mix)
9. Re-Animix (Komet Mix)
10. God O.D. - Parts 2 (Merzbow Mix)
11. Storm The Studio
12. God O.D. - Part 1 (Lok-Lak Mix)
13. MBM Re-Animator (Scanner: Kindle and Solace Mix)

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First of all, it is always a tremendous experience when a MBM album comes out. To finally find a remix dedicated to one of my all time favorite albums...I was lucky and picked this one up about a month before it came out. As with all Meat Beat albums, I listened over and over and the main feeling I was getting is still that the original Storm the Studio smacks the hell out of most of this new generation of tracks...
Not saying this was a bad album; the MBM/DHS track is excellent, the Opus, Eight Frozen Modules, Merzbow, and Norscq tracks were excellent, the Dj Spooky track was alright... I understand that these are new interpretations, but it seemed like some of the other tracks didn't seem to gel or flow with the Storm the Studio idea.
I just want to say that the original Storm the Studio and Meat Beat in general have never ceased to innovate as well as inspire, and STS R.M.X.S. as an attempt simply reinforces the eccentricity and uniqueness of the original.
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Jack Dangers has always had magic fingers. Everything he does is just pure genius. There was tremendous concern when this was announced for release, for reasons now I could care less about. A classic release not tarnished by this clever compilation of redoes and mixes. Jack still had his producing glory all over this mother. It's ear candy that must, I repeat, MUST be played VERY LOUD! ....Burning With Ecstacy....
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Try, but you just can't copy a good Meat Beat... Sept. 23 2003
By William Bickford - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
First of all, it is always a tremendous experience when a MBM album comes out. To finally find a remix dedicated to one of my all time favorite albums...I was lucky and picked this one up about a month before it came out. As with all Meat Beat albums, I listened over and over and the main feeling I was getting is still that the original Storm the Studio smacks the hell out of most of this new generation of tracks...
Not saying this was a bad album; the MBM/DHS track is excellent, the Opus, Eight Frozen Modules, Merzbow, and Norscq tracks were excellent, the Dj Spooky track was alright... I understand that these are new interpretations, but it seemed like some of the other tracks didn't seem to gel or flow with the Storm the Studio idea.
I just want to say that the original Storm the Studio and Meat Beat in general have never ceased to innovate as well as inspire, and STS R.M.X.S. as an attempt simply reinforces the eccentricity and uniqueness of the original.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Coolness May 22 2005
By Thomas J. Park - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This compilation really surprised me. I knew it would be good, but I did not know how eclectic it would be. Genres from goth-industrial to noise to dub and more are represented. I would say that 3-4 tracks really stand out above the rest and I find myself flipping around my cd until I hit these tracks. Remixing "Storm The Studio", one of the greatest industrial albums ever, is a tall order-- I have to admire the courage of these artists as a group, and the great proficiency of several of them.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
eccentric, ecclectic, awesome Oct. 30 2004
By Gravity James - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
One of the best remix albums I have yet to find!

I'm a die hard MBM fan but when I heard this album came out I quickly shrugged it off and didn't bother with it. Some month or so later I heard the majority of it and loved it.

Most of the tracks are highly danceable (first 5)

Youd be suprised to hear what antipop consortium did with their remix. Scanner's track, the last one is utterly insane, and Frank Bretshneider created something excrutiatingly catchy.

Your gonna like the diversity in this album whether your an MBM fan or not. track 1 is very hard hittin mbm esque quite like the early days.


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