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Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (Trance Remixes)

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (Trance Remixes)
ROIO ? 1993 ?

Tracklisting:
  1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Fluffy Cloud Version) [17:02]
  2. Welcome To The Machine (New Age Version) [12:21]
  3. Have A Cigar (Take A Joint Version) [7:49]
  4. Wish You Were Here (Atmosfear Version) [6:21]
  5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part 2 Of A Journey Into Your Brain) [15:30]
This was remixed by The Orb or Trent Reznor (?!). However, many of the songs have passages that are essentially The Orb and Floyd mixed together. This may have been done to give the appearance of The Orb being involved in the remixes, to boost sales. Cause I can't find any information about this release at Discogs or at Back Side Of The Orb, any serious information about this release would be awesome.
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Wednesday, 08 April, 2009 · Blogger ntrval wrote:

The posting copied below would seem to imply neither Orb nor Reznor were involved. Besides, whoever did it was really trying to get it to sound like the Orb's work, IMHO.

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Orb,+The

Cynical, Feb 12, 2003

I agree that The Orb are a fantastic collective and produce some of the most remarkable remixes I've ever heard. I must add though that The Pink Floyd Remixes were not created by Alex Patterson (only remaining founder member) or any other member of The Orb collective, but by an dj from America who realised that the bootleg cd would sell faster with the Orb label rather than his own. Please don't let this prevent you from tracking down and buying the remixes though - they are very good. I've been a collector of Orb merchandise since the Kiss e.p. and own every single item released (and some that never were or will be due to copyright problems), I've seen The orb perform live too many time to count and have interviewed Alex and other members of the group on several occasions for various different publications on a variety of different subjects.
Keep your eyes peeled for the new album due for release at some point this year, working title "Orbisnowhere".      



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