Various Artists Dave Clarke Presents Remixes & Rarities: 1992-2005
- Words: Janet Tzou
- Label: Music Man
After a nearly peerless 18-year career as a DJ and producer, it's clear that UK techno wünderkind Dave Clarke remains firmly and lovingly chained to his decks. His newest remix collection injects sweeping techno force into pop ditties from Zombie Nation to Moby, clearly aimed at the sweaty middle of writhing dancefloor masses. Clarke's remix of The Chemical Brothers' "Chemical Beats" delightfully roughens the original track's slick dubby grooves; his New Order remix of "Everything's Gone Green" delivers Clarke's macho signature 4/4 beats, pummeling listeners into an upbeat techno frenzy.
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