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The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil Remix

The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil Remix

ABKCO  18771-9666-2

Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Pop/Rock


"Sympathy for the Devil Remix"

The Neptunes
Fatboy Slim
Full Phatt
The Rolling Stones

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Recording
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Analogue recording

Remixing Coordinator: Jody H. Klein
Remixing Supervisor: Jelly Bean Benitez

Mastered by Bob Ludwig (Gateway Mastering & DVD), Herb Powers
Analog to digital transfers: Teri Landi
Tracks
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The Neptunes
1. Radio Remix
2. Full Length Remix

Fatboy Slim
3. Radio Remix
4. Full Length Remix

Full Phatt
5. Radio Remix
6. Full Length Remix

The Rolling Stones
7. Sympathy For The Devil - Original recording
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Comment by Jan Arell - May 4, 2018 (1 of 1)

This record has 7 tracks of the same song. The first six are, IMO, absolutely horrible remixes. Like the 80-ish Jagger disco king. But the seventh track is the original first song from their first masterpiece, Beggar's Banquet. You get immersed in the percussion and the music is extremely clear. These days this disc is rarely found at reasonably prices, but if this song is important to you - I repeat, one track only - it's up to you.
Why this is one of very few good surround rock recordings this old? Maybe because the actual studio session was made into a movie by Jean-Luc Godard, no less. I don't know.