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Open Your Box


Download links and information about Open Your Box by Yoko Ono. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Ambient, Breakbeat , Electronica, House, Trance, Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:12:45 minutes.

Artist: Yoko Ono
Release date: 2007
Genre: Ambient, Breakbeat , Electronica, House, Trance, Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:12:45
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No. Title Length
1. You're the One (Bimbo Jones Main Mix) 5:25
2. Everyman Everywoman (Basement Jaxx Classic II Mix) 4:27
3. Walking On Thin Ice (Felix Da Housecat Tribute Mix) 4:25
4. Hell In Paradise (Peter Rauhofer Reconstruction Mix) 5:55
5. Give Me Something (Morel Pink Noise Vocal Mix) 4:22
6. Walking On Thin Ice (Pet Shop Boys Electro Mix) 5:31
7. I Don't Know Why (Sapphirecut Mix) 4:38
8. Yang Yang (Orange Factory Down & Dirty Mix) 5:01
9. Will I (John Creamer & Stephan K Mix) 5:17
10. Everyman Everywoman (Murk Space Mix) 3:59
11. Kiss Kiss Kiss (Superchumbo) 3:49
12. Open Your Box (Orange Factory Club Mix) 6:19
13. Walking On Thin Ice (Danny Tenaglia Walked Across the Lake Mix) 7:50
14. Give Peace a Chance (DJ Dan Vocal Mix) 5:47



A scant two months after her brilliant collaborative project Yes, I'm a Witch, comes Open Your Box. Yoko Ono is one hip septuagenarian. This collection of remixes takes Ono's vocal tracks from her (in)famous recorded catalog right to the dancefloor. The result is as close to spectacular as it gets. Some of the contributors here include Basement Jaxx, the Pet Shop Boys, DJ Dan, Felix da Housecat, Orange Factory, and Superchumbo, just to name-drop a few. That said, there are no less than three remixes of "Walking on Thin Ice," by Felix, Danny Tenaglia, and the Pet Shop Boys. It's the first one that evokes the true nature of the tune as a grief-stricken paean to the assassinated John Lennon. Ono's voice barely sails above the synth bass and double-time chunka chunka guitar samples. Washes of taut keyboards and percussion loops are layered in, offering a sense of tension and dislocation. Orange Factory's version of the title cut takes its moment of sexual innuendo (" your your your thighs...") and spreads it out into a furious acid house track pushing the beat envelope even as it strips away nearly everything but percussion in the verse. It's oppressive, suffocating and an anthem. Not all of these remixes work, though. Tenaglia's straight four-on-the-floor "Walking on Thin Ice" is boring, as is the reggae drenched "Everyman Everywoman" by Basement Jaxx. Mostly of this is entertaining at least, worth more than a listen, and a few of these cuts really expand Ono's conceptual art persona as a recording artist into new terrains.