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Listen  1. Season Song (radio Edit) 3:49£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Season Song (rui Da Silva Remix) 7:38£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Taxi (ave Maria) (jacknife Lee Remix) 6:15£0.99  Buy MP3 

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Solid 3 Tracks 22 Dec. 2005
By bordersj2 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Blue States is Andy Dragazis. Through the past few years - since 1999-2000 really - he's put out a few very good releases. I'll always remember "Nothing Changes Under the Sun" as one of the best albums that I own. It's the sort of soundtrack that's free, experimental and just grows on you exponentially when you listen to it for the third time in a great stereo. "Man Mountain" followed it up and while I don't think it was nearly as strong, relying more on lyrics than the previous album in 2000, it was still a strong release. Unfortunately (for me) he went in a completely different direction with "The Soundings", an indie influenced album that has both high fives from fans, and depressed thumbs down from fans of his original works.

This is a 3 track single - not necessarily off of "Man Mountain" from 2002, but from the movie "28 Days Later", a film about post-apocalyptic London. With that said the mood of "Season Song", featuring the chorus of people young and old but dominated by children, fits the mood of the film - hope in the darkest of days. While it admittedly wasn't my favorite track on "Man Mountain", it does fit the mold of the movie. The song's given a solid remix by trance guru Rui Da Silva (remember "Touch Me" back in 2000-2001?), and there's a heavy elextronic remix to John Murphy's "Taxi" - the song builds up to a dead silent whisp before a near etheral voice whisps over the air - again with the movie in mind.

All in all, this is actually a fair single of the movie's theme but I must admit that I only got this a few years ago because I'm a Blue States fan and wanted to round out the collection. IMO the remix is dated and there's far better electronica and Blue States material than this. I think you're better off getting "Nothing Changes Under the Sun" or "Man Mountain" in general because you'll have not just more songs, but better ones too.
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Amazing song gets equally amazing remix 21 Feb. 2003
By Michael Hillman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It is hard these days to find a truly great song, let alone one, which employs such unique features such as a children's choir. Rui Da Silva's remix of "Season Song" is a deep progressive house masterpiece. When a great song is remixed, there is usually something lost, but not here. Rui Da Silva keeps the uplifting spirit that makes the original so great. A subtle voice of a female humming backdrops the entire song and makes you want to hum it for the rest of the day. Highly Recommended!
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