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The Song Becomes Remixed: a Tribute to Led Zeppelin Import


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Disc: 1

  1. Dancing Days (Razed In Black Remix) - Kelly Hanson
  2. Immigrant Song (Julian Beeston Remix) - Steve Whiteman/Ronnie Younkins
  3. Whole Lotta Love (Electric Sky Church Remix) - Kevin DuBrow
  4. Wonton Song (Reconstruction Remix) - Sen Dog
  5. The Ocean (Astralasia Remix) - Jani Lane
  6. The Rover (Ex-Voto Remix) - Marq Torien
  7. Going To California (Rosetta Stone Remix) - Jay Aston
  8. Black Dog (Spahn Ranch Remix) - Jizzy Pearl
  9. Misty Mountain Hop (Sigue Sigue Sputnik Remix) - Taime Downe
  10. D'yer Maker (Sheep On Drugs Remix) - Phil Lewis
  11. Rock 'N' Roll (KMFDM Remix) - Mark Slaughter
  12. Nobody's Fault But Mine (Die Krupps Remix) - John Corabi
  13. Whole Lotta Love (Interface Remix) - Kevin DuBrow
  14. House Of The Holy (Interface Remix) - Joe Leste

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Led Zeppelin ~ The Song Remains Remixed - A Tr

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Amazon.com: 2.1 out of 5 stars 15 reviews
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This is not your father's bong-rock 23 Jan. 2002
By D. Brown - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Basically, this is not a project for those of you who take your your Zep/Stones/Floyd vinyl records to bed with you every night.
Or those of you who listen to the local "Classic Rock" station 24 hours a day. This is electronica folks..music for people living in the here and now, not 1975. If names like Massive Attack, Chemical Brothers, Norman Cook, Danny Saber, Moby, Prodigyy, Goldie, Morcheeba, Junkie XL, Apollo Fourty-Four,
Aphex Twin and The Propellerheads mean nothing to you then DON'T BUY THIS! Just spin Houses of the Holy for the 85,957th time.
For the rest of you this may not be what you'd call a brilliant reworking of Zeptunes, but it does give some new life and energy to these dusty warhorses. Its loud, it rocks and it burns.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars An idea with potential comes up short... 30 Sept. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I get a kick out of tribute albums. I could go on and on about how big of a Zeppelin fan I am, but let's get to the matter at hand: This album was an unfortunate disappointment. I say unfortunate because as I listened to each track, it seemed a tweek here and there could have really made some of these tunes work. I loved the concept of marrying Zep music to techno. However, one reoccuring problem with this album is it's "stop and start" nature. The Immigrant song and Black Dog remixes were prime examples. Matter of fact, Black Dog doesn't seem to work AT ALL, making it very uneasy to even listen to. I'm all for artist interpretation. I actually enjoyed the Reconstruction Remix of the Wonton Song with Cypres Hill, even though it sounds nothing like the original. Going To California, the Rosetta Stone remix with Gene Loves Jezebel was also a breath of fresh air. The only other bright spot was D'yer Maker, done by Sheep on Drugs with LA Guns. If you've made it this far, here's my opinion: If you're a collector of unusual Zeppelin material and remixes, it's probably worth having just to be able to say you have it. If you're looking for a tribute album full of well-conceived recordings of Zep tunes the way you remember them, with a "bit" of a techno twist, you may want to save your money. There's just not enough quality to make it something you would play on a regular basis in your CD player.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Piquing...give it a go 29 Nov. 1999
By L. Magnus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Don't listen to that ignoramus who had the gaul to review an album she didn't even listen to !
I am, and always have been, a fanatic for Zep. Unfortuantely, I also like other genres of music, unlike that wench who dwells in a closet of misery and hell. I also enjoy electronica, and I found numerous tracks off this album enjoyable and very likeable.
BUT ! Remember that the title of the album is The Song Remains REMIXED...the key word being remixed. So, if your looking for the songs to be exact replicas of the original, you're only fooling yourself. These titles are awefully different, and if you are the type of music listener who isn't obtuse, I recommend this album.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars This Is An Atrocious Disgrace To A Legendary Band! 23 Dec. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you were as unfortunate as I was to come across this piece of junk, stop right now. Do not listen to the rest of the clips. They are horrible. As a Zeppelin fan (I have all the cd's), this makes me mad. This album should not have ever been produced. These songs should not have been mutilated the way they were. When Zeppelin wrote these songs, they did not intend for them to be remixed into some horrible sounding dance songs. If you would like try a different sounding Led Zeppelin, I suggest "Kashmir - Symphonic Led Zeppelin" by the London Philharmonic. Although it isn't as good as the original versions, it is much better than this repulsive album.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars LET CLASSICS REMAIN CLASSICS... 19 Dec. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
When I first heard about this project...I thought of some of the other tribute CDs on the market. I'm always leary of these things, but as a fan of '80's Metal I thought it would be worth a listen...My Mistake! The guys from KIX, WARRANT, ETC. not only insult the Zeppelin fans, but their own fans as well...So Save Your Money and Remember What These Bands Used To Do!
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