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"Mr. Weatherall requires no introduction if you're over the age of 25 and have even a passing interest in club music. For everyone else he's the guy behind Primal Scream's definitive '90s LP 'Screamadelica' and one of the most respected wax collectors in the world. For his 'Masterpiece' he draws for no less than six of his own remixes out of 12 on offer. They include his chugging overhauls of Grinderman, The Horrors, Wooden Shjips, and the aforementioned Primals, plus a strolling pace rework of Timothy J Fairplay and a Big Beat Rockers remix of Toddla T & Roots Manuva's 'Watch Me Dance'. Complementing these are fine cuts from Walls, Ajello, Kaspar Bjørke, A.R. Kane and Aquarius Heaven"
By Guest Z_B_Z
just recently ive decided to explore the output of andrew weatherall. for some reson ive always put off really delving into his output, but ive been rectifying this error. how much did he have to do with primal screams 'screamadelica'? ive loved that album for ages.. his pop record from a couple of years ago is pure gold. the man can write a song..
from a youtube comment -
im finding the two lone swordsman stuff from the mid to late 90's to be his best 'idm' -
his sabres of paradise related stuff is great too.. sometimes a bit too repetitive tho. but i love this kind of stuff -
another great pop tune from 'a pox on the pioneers' -
which primal scream tracks did he work on? i know he did work on screamadelica and evil heat..
By Rubin Farr
Andrew's first posthumous release. "Remixes on the digital edition from Andrew’s Two Lone Swordsmen partner Keith Tenniswood, and Lithuanian taste-maker Manfredas."
By Guest Ivo
wtf? i didn't even know this was coming