Thursday, March 3, 2016

Faust - 2002 - Freispiel

Faust
2002 
Freispiel


01. T-Électronique (Ware-Remix) (6:20)
02. Wir Brauchen Dich #6 (7:28)
03. Meltdown Of T-Électronique & Apocalypse (4:46)
04. D.I.G (Surgeon Remix) (6:41)
05. Du Weisst Schon (Funkstorung Remix) (4:45)
06. D.I.G (Kreidler Remix) (6:05)
07. Carousel II (Through a Microscope Mix) (4:11)
08. Carousel II (Trillian Remix) (4:27)
09. Four Plus Seven Means Eleven (Howie B. Remix) (7:20)
10. Carousel II (Sunroof Remix) (6:42)
11. T-Électronique (The Death Of Komarov) (4:25)
12. Four Plus Seven Means Eleven (Dax & Pieper Remix) (5:50)
13. Du Weisst Schon (DVonAir Remix) (4:58)


Line-up / Musicians

- Hans Joachim Irmler / Organ, Electronics
- Ulrike Helmholtz / Vocals
- Lars Paukstat / Percussion
- Michael Stoll / Bass
- Steven Wray Lobdell / Guitar
- Werner Diermeir / Drums

Remixes By:
- Mathias Schaffhäuser (1)
- Dave Ball, Ingo Vauk (2)
- Markus Kienzl, Michael Holzgruber, Wolfgang Frisch, Wolfgang Schlögl (3)
- Anthony Child (4)
- Chris De Luca, Michael Fakesch (5)
- Andreas Reihse, Detlef Weinrich, Thomas Klein (6)
- Adriano Lanzi, Omar Sodano (7)
- Trillian (8)
- Howie B. (9)
- Daniel Miller, Gareth Jones (10)
- The Residents (11)
- Max Dax, Jan Pieper (12)
- Mark Spybey (13)


faust exists for 30 years now and still they are capable of making innovative music. celebrating their birthday artists like kreidler and the residents did a brilliant job in recreating their music. the results are sometimes astonishing and always more than interesting.
an absolute must for everyone who thinks that there is hope for new music

Above average (very good, in fact) thirteen track collection of remixes from Faust's 1999 'Ravvivando' CD (see my review). Artists that did a rather fine job on the mixing board of such include the Residents, Trillion and Mathias Schaffhauser, among others. Tunes I was most impressed with were "T. Electronique", "Wir Brauchen Dich # 6", "D.I.G." and pretty much all three versions of "Carousel II". Pure electronic / industrial bliss to be found here. Just as good as the modern-day krautrock classic 'Ravvivando". A should-have.

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