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Ponga - The Remixes


Performer: Ponga
Genre: Electronic
Album: The Remixes
Released: 1999
Style: Future Jazz, Downtempo
MP3 version ZIP size: 1771 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1130 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1207 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 994
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Silencio 2:30
2 Naugahide (Spacetime Continuum Remix)
Remix – Spacetime Continuum
6:01
3 Pimba (Capsule 150 Remix)
Remix – Capsule 150
5:09
4 Pimba (Fromunda Mix)
Remix – Even Schiller
3:23
5 Pick Up the Pieces of Saturn (Freakency Remix)
Remix – Stereo Vacuum
6:23
6 Pick Up the Pieces of Saturn (Mosh Mix)
Remix – Amon Tobin
6:33
7 Hidden Propulsion Unit (Element 115 Mix)
Remix – Element 115
1:41
8 Liberace In Space (Ponga Party Mix)
Remix – Firing Bullits
5:06
9 Awesome Wells (Fila Brazillia Remix)
Remix – Fila Brazillia
5:05
10 Naugahide (Master Cylinder Remix)
Remix – Master Cylinder
6:30
11 Come As You Went 6:10

Notes

Track 9 is incorrectly labeled "Naugahide", since it's a remix of "Awesome Wells".

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
773427735 Ponga The Remixes ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Loosegroove Records 773427735 US 1999
773427735 Ponga The Remixes ‎(CD, Album) Loosegroove Records 773427735 US 1999
Arabella V.
I finally got around to listening to this. I picked up the promo CD for 99 cents a few years ago on the strength of a sticker on the front that says "Featuring Remixes By: Amon Tobin, Spacetime Continuum, Capsule 150 and Fila Brazilia". There were no inserts, and nothing printed on the CD itself except the group's name and a catalog number that did not turn up in the Discogs database. I've enjoyed the work of all of these artists in the past, but I have never heard of Capsule 150 until now. Most of the CD consists of druggy downtempo ambient-flavored Drum n Bass style tracks that did not really grab me, but track 3, Pimba, as remixed by the aforementioned Capsule 150, is freakin' awesome, and easily worth the cost I paid. Now I'll have to see if there's a vinyl version of this and I'm also gonna pay attention to their other work when I come across it.