||"Nuclear Funk" (A Made Up Sound remix)
||"Get Up Off It" (Dexter remix)
|played by:Perc, Gerd, Ben Sims, Ennio Styles (Stylin Radio Show), Casbah 73, Señorlobo (Lovemonk), Billy Nasty, Ka§par, Master-H/Komplex De Deep, Mathew Trousdale, West Norwood Cassette Library, Carlos Nilmmns - Ornaments Berlin, DJ Tane Lee, Charlton, Marsman (Pinkman Records), Weekend Express, Cottam, Johannes Volk, Seahorse & Castle, Ney Faustini, Rio Padice, Mathias Woot (Krill Music), Tom Sevinski (Black Key Records)
Dexter and A Made Up Sound get the Clone call to mess with the material from Arttu's great debut on the Royal Oak label, and naturally the results are a must have. In their original form both "Nuclear Funk" and "Get Up Off It" were the improvised results of a studio session between the 4Lux artist and Detroit vocalist Jerry The Cat. It's a bit of a genius stroke from Clone to enlist two well respected audio technicians like Dexter and Dave Huisman to bend them further out of shape, with the latter's take on "Nuclear Funk" a particular demented delight. Operating under his alias A Made Up Sound, this remix typically smudges the boundaries between genre and rhythm to suit his own needs, reworking the synths to sound like a faltering dot matrix printer over incessantly stumbling drums. Dexter indulges his love of 303 patterns on a remix of "Get Up Off It" that stays closer to the original's origins and makes for a nice contrast to the A Side onslaught.
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