The circle is now complete (sort of). The third release is a revisit (remix and dub style) of the first two passages, in the Method of Defiance experience. The remixers where chosen for their forward thinking as well as their catalogue of previous remix experience.
Scientist starts it off with a retouching of the single ''One World'' and later reenters with a ganja smoked up ''Herb is burnin'' (dub style, of course), & he tosses a disordered ordered mix at the end to make it all fair. Prefuse 73 pushes his space-age hip hop way in, via the future, with his take on a piece from Incunabula (and you thought the original was an out record). Mad professor stumbles in dubbin' his ass off. SubCode, a Moroccan remixer we have been chasing for a while, remixes as if his life depended on it, the Hawk track ''Do or Die''. Dr Israel remixes 2 tracks, one of his and one of Hawk's and this is something I wish he would do more of, the man can remix damn it. MRC Riddims, the production/DJ team of Oktopus (dalek) & MRC (from Ifwhen & All Natural Lemon & Lime Flavors) join in with a reshaping of ''Elijah's Lament'' done all Krooklyn style. Bill Laswell not to be upstaged, contributes 2 mixes from Incunabula, a dub out and an ambient version of ''Quantum Echo''. Perdurabo 6, via the Basque speaking part of Spain, gives his almost 6 minute take on ''One World'' quite pleasant really.
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