Hydro - The Remixes

Sunday 1st October 1995
Hydro - The Remixes
Hydro - The Remixes

STYLE: Dance/Electronic
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
LABEL: Orange
FORMAT: 12 inch vinyl EP

Reviewed by Dave Drodge

Created to take what God is doing by his Spirit in the Church out into the club scene, Hydro have got off to a good start by placing this white label record straight into the hands of every major DJ in every major club in the country. The record boasts two songs, both remixed in an authentic club style. The "Mad Axeman Mix" of "Rawar" has quite a different sound to it compared to the original version, having been both slowed down and chopped and changed rather considerably. "Birth" is available in a "Bright And Breezy Stingray Mix" and also sounds different to the track on the album, with the phrase "It's alive" and what sounds like a sampled opera singer repeated throughout. The songs themselves are well produced and sound pretty good (otherwise some of the top DJs in the country wouldn't be playing them) and are well worth getting hold of if club music is your cup of tea. But be sure to get your cheques off to New Generation Ministries quick, there are only limited supplies.

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