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Freshly Composted, Vol. 2

  • 1. Tides (C's Movement #1) - Beanfield (Carl Craig Remix, Carl Craig remix)
    2. Shanti Dance - Droids/Muallem (Muallem's and Again Disco Cut mix)
    3. Whistling in Tongues - Felix Laband (Todd Terje Remix, Todd Terje remix)
    4. Mangia Amore - Marsmobil
    5. Forgotten Places - Alif Tree (Moodymann Mix)
    6. Owlflight - Shahrokh Sound of K
    7. Something Is Not Right - Blood of Abraham/Jean-Paul Bondy (Robag Wruhmes Fukkeldibobb Remake mix, Robag Wruhmes Fukkeldibobb remix)
    8. Dream 14 - Nova Dream Sequence
    9. Are We? - Michelle Amador/Karma (Tony Nwachukwu Remix, Tony Nwachukwu remix)
    10. Jesus Was a B-Boy - Ben Mono
    11. Rugged Individuals - Harvey Lindo/Count Bass D
    12. Waltz for Goodness - Soil & "Pimp" Sessions
    13. I See a Different You - Koop
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 42250

  • Credits
    ProducerFelix Laband

    Audio Remixer: Carl Craig.
    Recording information: The Hut, Philly.
    Compost Records commemorated its 250th release with Freshly Composted, Vol. 2, a stellar various-artists collection that includes a baker's dozen of recent standout productions for the label, half of them previously unreleased on CD. Several of the featured producers are newcomers (Nova Dream Sequence, Alif Tree, Marsmobil, Jean-Paul Bondy, Soil & Pimp, Muallem, Shahrokh SoundofK), emphasizing the fresh blood that continues to pump new life into this age-old German record label. On the other hand, there are a few old-timers here as well, with Detroit legends Carl Craig and Moodymann represented by a remix each. Plus, there are longtime Compost standard-bearers Beanfield and Koop, who bookend the compilation. Per Compost standards, every minute of music here is breakbeat-driven -- a mlange of disco, house, techno, soul, jazz, and hip-hop, sometimes within a single track. There's no shortage of highlights to be had, and there's a surplus of variety on showcase. Hard to go wrong with Compost if you're into breakbeat-based music produced with DJs and dancefloors in mind. The label's longevity is well justified and, indeed, reason for celebration. ~ Jason Birchmeier

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