- Audio CD (28 Feb 2005)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Single, Maxi
- Label: Mute
- ASIN: B0007NA19U
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 573,277 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
|1. Mylo Mix|
|2. Superdiscount Mix|
|3. Abe Duque Mix|
|4. Album Version|
|5. Superdiscount Mix Radio Edit|
Lift me up is a nice contemporary piece of pop rock really, Moby quivering lyrics sprawl a nice instrumental, he's not scared to use guitars - yet he doesn't seem to want to go back to his electronic roots on here either, which is refreshing - yet sad all at the same time.
The remixes are interesting, specially Mylo's - he's gone for a Prince influenced remix, niuce though, as it has some cool chords and excellent use of vocals.
Abe Doque has gone for a more acid approach, which is cool, he's gone back to basics - 909's and 808's on the percussion track and the whining 303 has he tweaks the knobs, excellent - definately not a cliche the way he's done it either.
The Superdiscount remix is electronic, just as cool as Mylo's yet creative use of the hooks. Wouldn't suprise me if Mr De Crecy was involved....
Altogether an excellent CD single, and remixes that are not all the same like a lot of singles too, pleanty of excellent remixers too, Mylo being my favourite. Definately worth dropping in your basket.