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Remix Album
All Saints
Remix Album
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
 
  •  Track Listings (15) - Disc #1

Renowned British DJ Pete Tong's fave All Saints dance mixes on one disc. 15 tracks, including multiple versions of 'Never Ever', 'Lady Marmalade', 'Bootie Call' and 'I Know Where It's At'. 1998 London Records release.

      
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All Artists: All Saints
Title: Remix Album
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Polygram Int'l
Release Date: 2/2/1999
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
Styles: House, Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary, Teen Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731455606324

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Album Description
Renowned British DJ Pete Tong's fave All Saints dance mixes on one disc. 15 tracks, including multiple versions of 'Never Ever', 'Lady Marmalade', 'Bootie Call' and 'I Know Where It's At'. 1998 London Records release.
 

CD Reviews

Really good, but I hate "dub versions".
Leandro Palma | La Plata, Buenos Aires ARGENTINA | 01/04/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I just want to review this CD because I've bought it and I liked it a lot. I got "All saints" two years ago, and today I'm bit tired of this album, and I also have "Saints & Sinners", so I needed to have something to appreciate the last album again. What could I do?, well... buy the remix album. The "new" songs are very R&B, and also rap. This album is very strange, because each remix ends beginning the next. You'll can understand that if you buy it!. Big part of the songs are fantastic, but I don't like Dub versions!. I can say that you'll enjoy this album over and over again!"
Why remixes are popular . . .
mikah tequila | cali | 05/06/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"this is the perfect cd for anybody that appreciates the variety, quality, and taste that remixes have to offer to an already great song. this is a remix album of all of the singles that all saints released from their self-titled, debut album. each song is mixed into one another buy the talented UK radio dj, pete tong. the theme of each song ranges to anything from hip hop to dance. there are fifteen high-quality tracks and they are:1.NEVER EVER (all star remix): a lot faster than the original. laced up wit a phat hip hop beat, and yet it successfully incorporates a banjo and piano sound into the background. also comes wit a short, yet tyte rap from "all star." 2.BOOTIE CALL (krazee alley mix): nice, low-key hip hop beat. good rhymes also included by krazee alley (sounds like three different people.) could've had a little more bass but it might've detracted from the smooth lyrics. 3.I KNOW WHERE IT'S AT (groovy mix): no rapping in this but whoever mixed it was able to turn a very catchy pop song into a nice little hip hop/dance beat.4.UNDER THE BRIDGE (ignorants mix f/ jean paul e.s.q.): a prime example of how great remixes are. beyond-tyte rhymes from both the ignorants and JP. extremely indescribable phat hip hop beat. The chorus and the verses are switched up a bit, with a lot of emphasis on different words. one of the appleton sisters also contributed with an unbelievably smooth and cool repetition of "ignorants u make me feel this way . . ."5.LADY MARMALADE (timbaland remix): what can't timbaland do? this song is both very hip hop and dance. a spacey, and fast beat makes for a great techno-soul vibe.6.BOOTIE CALL (bugcity and hayne's/bump 'n' bounce mix): mostly a dance remix but what stands out most are the great elements of techno-type sounds that are added into this song.7.WAR OF VERVES (ganja kru remix): an enjoyably long song that starts out slow and sad for the first minute, and the rest is drum and bass. they also mixed bits and pieces of different lyrics into the background. very well done.8.BOOTIE CALL (dreem teem vocal)9.BOOTIE CALL (club asylum-boogie punk dub)10.NEVER EVER (booker t's vocal mix)11.NEVER EVER (booker t's up north dub)12.I KNOW WHERE IT'S AT (nu birth riddum dub)13.LADY MARMALADE (mark!'s wrecked dub)14.LADY MARMALADE (sharp south park vocal remix)15.LADY MARMALADE (sharp's trade lite dub)the portion of songs that i didn't review are great dance remixes but my favorites have always been the ones with at least some hip hop element. all songs are great but the ones i reviewed are definitely the stand-outs. if u love remixes, then pick this one up."
Different vibes brought together to make one cool sound.
pieters978@aol.com | London UK | 08/10/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This album is packed full of good remixes , all with different sounds .The first part of the album (on which Pete Tong mixes each track to the next) is mainly R&B .The album pushes off with a bit of R&B working on 'Never Ever' which becomes spiced up by 'All Star'.Then a street version of 'Bootie Call' and a disco beat version of 'I Know Where It's At'. Then moving on to a mellow 'Ignorants' remix of Under The Bridge and a cool re-working of Lady Marmalade (which is remixed 4 times all together). Then a crossover into hip hop with the Bump 'N Bounce Remix of 'Bootie Call. A jungle mix of (try to imagine this) 'War Of Nerves ,Which starts mellow and then adds rhythm and special effects to it's weird feel.Then 'Bootie Call' gets remixed by Dreem Teem ,who sound a bit like Architecs with a bit less garage ,and Club Asylum ,who mix vocals to make cool new phrases. Booker T adds his personal touch to 'Never Ever' to turn it into an old skool/club scene track .Nu Riddum Dub 'I Know Where It's At leaving a techno feel and just Mel's vocals ,and the Sharp Boys house up Lady Marmalade with pounding beats and echoed vocals .Overall it's a classic and a collector's item to anyone who wants to dig just that little bit deeper into the All Saints pit."