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Re:Call to Mind


Download links and information about Re:Call to Mind by Commix. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Breakbeat , Electronica, Drum & Bass, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:20:09 minutes.

Artist: Commix
Release date: 2010
Genre: Breakbeat , Electronica, Drum & Bass, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:20:09
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No. Title Length
1. Japanese Electronics (Instra:Mental Moog Remix) 5:38
2. How You Gonna Feel (Pangaea Remix) (featuring Steve Spacek) 7:08
3. Change (A Made Up Sound Remix) 5:37
4. Belleview (dBridge Belle Reviewed Remix) 5:35
5. Be True (Burial Remix) 6:03
6. Strictly (Kassem Mosse Needs to Feel Edit) 8:47
7. Spectacle (Two Armadillos 'rhythm of Life' Remix) 9:01
8. Emily's Smile (Sigha 'she's Still Smiling' Remix) 7:57
9. Satellite Type 2 (Marcel Dettmann Remix 1) 6:06
10. Satellite Song (Underground Resistance Remix) 4:51
11. Spectacle (Shaun Reeves Remix) 8:12
12. How You Gonna Feel (Pedestrian Remix) (featuring Steve Spacek) 5:14



The official pre-release press sent out to promote Call to Mind focused on Commix's wide pool of influences, making this debut album sound revolutionary and even a little dangerous. Instead, much of the album sounds quite familiar, and while techno, house, and even hip-hop flavors are all present, this U.K. duo's talent lies in how subtly and uniquely they work these foreign tones into the mix. Take the spacy "Belleview" which sneaks techno under a Grooverider influenced beat, or "Spectacle" which is classic jungle lightly dusted with Chicago house style. These outside sounds serve to diversify an album which otherwise draws from drum'n'bass history with "Change" recalling classic gritty, gabba jungle, and the title track referencing the new, blissful breed like Blu Mar Ten. If there's a radical angle to be touted, it's probably that Call to Mind is that rare jungle album that works just as well on the headphones as it does on the dancefloor.