1 Pnoom - (Moon Up Mix)
2 Spoon - (Sonic Youth Mix)
3 Blue Bag (Inside Paper) - (Toroid Mix)
4 Tango Whiskeyman - (A Guy Called Gerald Mix)
5 TV Spot - (Bruce Gilbert Mix)
6 Vitamin C - (U.N.K.L.E. Mix)
7 Halleluwah (Halleluwah Orbus 2)
8 Oh Yeah - (Sunroof Mix)
1 Unfinished - (Hiller/Kaiser/Leda Mix)
2 Future Days - (Blade Runner Mix)
3 "And More", ... - (Westbam Mix)
4 Father Cannot Yell - (Pete Shelley/Black Radio Mix)
5 Dizzy Spoon - (System 7 mix)
6 Yoo Doo Right - (3P Mix)
7 Flow Motion - (Air Liquide Mix)
8 Oh Yeah - (Secret Knowledge Mix)
SACRILEGE: REMIXES features remixes of classic Can songs by Brian Eno, Sonic Youth, The Orb, A Guy Called Gerald, U.N.K.L.E. and many others.
Given the esteem in which Can is held in many musical quarters, the title SACRILEGE is not entirely facetious when it comes to a collection of remixes. This two-disc collection gathers remixes of classic '70s-vintage krautrock as done by '90s artists influenced not only by Can's distinctive, hypnotic polyrhythms but by all that had come after.
The results are probably not for krautrock purists, but they do go a long way towards showing how much closer Can's Stockhausen-influenced theories of repetition and rhythm are to the musical mainstream two decades down the line. Whether remixed by old-school Can fans like Sonic Youth or the Buzzcocks' Pete Shelley or upstarts like U.N.K.L.E. or A Guy Called Gerald, Can's propulsive, inimitable grooves are strong enough to withstand even the most radical reconstructions.
CD's are in good condition.