Disc one: Abu 1/ Loaded Guns For Iraq - Moondogg 3.36 2/ Hard Rest - Talvin Singh 10.11 3/ Open Sesame - Pearl 4.40 4/ Infinite Luke Warm Vibe II - Luke Vibert 8.18 5/ We Two Are None / Tangier Box - Apollon 12.08 6/ Each Tear (Of Fatima) - Spooncurve 3.44 7/ So So - Oyster 6.25 8/ The Avantgardist - Doppler 20:20 11.03 Disc two: Dis 1/ Infinite Luke Warm Vibe III - Luke Vibert 6.05 2/ Jam Jarr - V-Neck 6.46 3/ More Hard Rest - Talvin Singh 2.45 4/ Small Steps To Palestine - Doppler 20:20 5.50 5/ Tears For Allah - Spooncurve 4.36 6/ Tongue Knife - Pearl 6.07 7/ Dune - Force Of Angels 4.56 8/ This Gun Is Still Bleeding Loaded - Moondogg 10.04 9/ Devabansha - Makyo/Bill Laswell 6.08 All remixes by Muslimgauze 2000 - D.O.R. (UK), ADOR2357 (CD)
Octavia from Outburn 15, May 2001
Rumours persist that the late Bryn Jones aka Muslimgauze can't be dead but only sleeping. Well, death has done little to slow down the phenomenal release rate of unheard Muslimgauze material. This time round, his spirit is resurrected through a double set of Muslimgauze remixes by (sic) the likes of Talvin Singh, Pearl, Moondogg, Spooncurve and Makyo/Bill Laswell. For those who have never fully got to grips with his vast back catalogue, this compilation of past collaborations could well be the 'access all areas' pass you've been waiting for. Here Moroccan street market samples jostle for space with Techno, big beats and densely packed electronic glitching to create an absorbing new digital Esperanto. The resulting aural hallucinations come across like a Jack Smith film for the ears.
Edwin Pouncey from The Wire209, July 2001