Requiem for a Dream: The Remix Project

Requiem for a Dream: The Remix Project


Product Details

Release Date: 10/22/2002
Label: Thrive
UPC: 0651249070325
catalogNumber: 90703

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Hank Dutt   Viola
David Harrington   Violin
John Sherba   Violin
Jennifer Culp   Cello

Technical Credits

Eric Watson   Producer
Guy Called Gerald   Producer,Remixing
Plant   Producer,Remixing
Paul Oakenfold   Producer,Remixing
Rhys Fulber   Producer,Remixing
Andy Gray   Producer,Remixing
Jagz Kooner   Producer,Remixing
Bill Leeb   Producer
Josh Wink   Producer,Remixing
Clint Mansell   Producer
Ils   Producer,Remixing
Ricardo Vinas   Producer
Andy Gray   Producer,Remixing

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Requiem for a Dream: The Remix Project 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is not neccesarily for people who liked the movie or the movie's soundtrack. It combines the same haunting material, but with the techno factor which is sometimes very effective, and sometimes I think rather stupid sounding. The hautning, beautiful requiem original is often not present, barely skirting below the blips and beeps, which often creates a good effect more then not. However, it is very different, only one track (Overturned) do you actually start out hereing the Requiem film score. They do toss at you in the first and second song people talking from the movie, which is very effective. So are the songs Deluxed, Ghosts, Overturned and Aeternal, which I loved even though not much a fan of the techno sound. Overall, I enjoyed this CD, but eventually the mystic quality left it and it became rather boring and dull, though I don't think I wasted my money. If your devoted to Requiem or like tehcno, I'd get it, but otherwise, don't use your money.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I personally didn't really enjoy the original soundtrack to the movie, but upoun hearing this I was blown away. Maybe the soundtrack is more fitting for you if you're into really looking inside your mind and feeling the music rather than trying to get something out of it. This CD ranges from adrenaline rushes to feelings of paranoia and danger. All in all, I highly recommend listening to this CD in a car in the dead of night with an excellent bass system, prepare to have your mind blown.