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Real to Reel


Download links and information about Real to Reel by Noiseshaper. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Electronica, Jazz, Reggae, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:11:34 minutes.

Artist: Noiseshaper
Release date: 2006
Genre: Electronica, Jazz, Reggae, Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:11:34
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No. Title Length
1. Sly & Robby - Vice Vanity (featuring Hawkman, The Beans) 5:24
2. Me Done (featuring Ari - Up) 5:09
3. The Ceator (featuring Juggla) 5:20
4. Love to the Rhythm (featuring G. Rizo) 5:43
5. Rise 3:40
6. You Take Control (featuring Jackie Deane) 5:23
7. The Only Redeemer (featuring Vido Jelashe) 4:24
8. Jah Dub 4:16
9. Moving Together (featuring Wayne Martin) 2:55
10. All a Them a Do (featuring Juggla) 3:06
11. Dunk 4:09
12. Bushmaster (Kid Kenobie Session Rmx) (featuring MC Shureshock) 5:30
13. Walls of Silence (TV5 Remix) 4:15
14. Fire Fi Me Roots (Automatic Real to Reel Edit) 3:48
15. Wake Up (featuring Jahcoustix) 3:49
16. Rough Out There (Tokyo Tower Remix) 4:43



For their fourth album, Noiseshaper, the duo comprised of Austrians (transplanted to Berlin) Florian Fleischmann and Axel Hirn (who then picked up again and moved to London) take stock of where they've been and where they might yet go. As before, dub is the key to everything, but Noiseshaper has never been content to play by the rules and some of the remixes here are decidedly unorthodox. "Me Done," featuring Ari Up, the former Slits singer, is given an aggressive bass'n'drum-sated bottom that catapults it into a mega-dancehall floorshaker, while "Rough out There," loses the Pink Floyd-ish vibe of the original (the title track of the band's last album) in favor of a slathering of spacey, reverb-drenched loops. A handful of other tunes from past Noiseshaper albums get the overhaul treatment here, best among them "You Take Control," from the band's 2003 Signal album, featuring Jackie Deane's soulful Motown-inspired vocal. The set opens with Noiseshaper's remix of Sly & Robbie's "Vice Vanity," which sets the tone for surprises to come, its hardcore dancehall vocalizing offset by a trippy Indian sitar weaving its way through the melody.