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Spectremix
Artist
Laibach
ReleaseProduct
Spectremix
Label
Mute
Catalogue Number
IRSTUMM358
Release Date
March 2015
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With their 2014 album Spectre for Mute, Slovenian avantgarde group Laibach put controversial current affairs such as Snowden, WikiLeaks, and the Arab spring on their agenda, making a both political and musical statement about resistance. For Spectremix, they’ve invited a number of artists to join the conversation: Mute presents a collection of reworks. Marcel Dettmann shows their marching pop anthem ‘Whistleblower’ from a techno perspective, whereas labelmates Diamond Version (aka Olaf Bender and Carsten Nicolai) dress the whistling in garments of dark wave. Slovenian producer, DJ and musician Gramatik channels the energetic spirit of ‘Eat Liver’ into a pushing electro sound, and Scottish DJ and producer Alex Smoke heats up the debate with the dehumanised vocals of Koran.

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  1. 1 Eurovision (Torul Remix) 4:46 Laibach Buy
  2. 2 The Whistleblowers (Marcel Dettmann Remix) 7:15 Laibach Buy
  3. 3 The Whistleblowers (Diamond Version Remix) 6:31 Laibach Buy
  4. 4 Koran (Alex Smoke Remix) 5:57 Laibach Buy
  5. 5 Eat Liver (Gramatik Remix) 4:07 Laibach Buy
  6. 6 Resistance Is Futile (Function Remix) 5:14 Laibach Buy
  7. 7 Koran (iTurk Remix) 5:47 Laibach Buy
  8. 8 We Are Millions and Millions Are One (Konstantin Sibold Remix) 3:07 Laibach Buy
  9. 9 Eurovision (Marcel Dettmann Remix) 5:58 Laibach Buy

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