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The Remix Game


Download links and information about The Remix Game by Bitter Sweet. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 54:59 minutes.

Artist: Bitter Sweet
Release date: 2007
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 54:59
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No. Title Length
1. Heaven (Nicola Conte "West Coast Vibes" Remix) 6:07
2. Bittersweet Faith (Thievery Corporation Remix) 3:58
3. Overdue (Blackbeard Remix) 5:09
4. Our Remains (JAB Featuring Menez One Remix) 4:07
5. Take 2 Blue (Roy Dubb Remix) 3:41
6. The Mating Game (Yes King Remix) 5:22
7. Salty Air (Fort Knox Five Remix) 4:17
8. Dirty Laundry (Skeewiff Remix) 4:55
9. Moving Forwad (Atjazz Remix) 6:26
10. Moody (Marsmobil Remix) 5:31
11. Don't Forget to Breathe (Solid Doctor "Don't Forget the Beat" Remix) 5:26



The appeal of Bitter:Sweet's debut album lay not only in the quality of the singing and the songwriting, but also in the duo's promiscuous approach to musical styles — a little bit of jungle here, a little bit of trip-hop there, a few touches of torch song and lounge lizardry in between. As you might expect, the remix album is the same thing only different. Nicola Conte gives the sweetly romantic "Heaven" a swaying Brazilian beat; Blackbird's take on "Overdue" is sharply funky and gently dubbed-up; JAB's mix of "Our Remains" nicely incorporates turntablism, breakbeats, and the rapping of Menez One. But throughout the album the chief attraction remains Shana Halligan's soft but crystal-clear voice — unlike many of her genre colleagues, she never falls back on lazy gimmicks, but invests her vocal choices with conscious intelligence. Notice how she moves subtly between a Betty Boop torchiness and a darker, throatier tone on "Take 2 Blue," and how her languid, breathy delivery cuts through the Fort Knox Five's jerky, busy remix of "Salty Air." Not every track is perfect (Thievery Corporation's mix of "Bittersweet Faith" is pleasant and somewhat funky, but not very distinctive), but most are excellent. Highly recommended.