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Change: The Remixes

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Anika's second solo album, Change, was followed by a brief but wide-ranging set of remixes by friends and colleagues. Planningtorock turns the record's standout title track into a disco anthem without diluting its message, affixing the lyrics to a shuffling beat and not-overdone strings. Dave Clarke extends the brooding crawl of "Never Coming Back," taking a full four minutes to arrive at the song's lyrics, and lightly dusting it with psychedelic effects, but largely leaving the song intact. Maral's radical dub deconstruction of "Finger Pies" is an easy standout, dragging the song's fearless lyrics through a haunted underworld, and completely changing course at the very end. PBDY's "Freedom" is even more of an ethereal hallucination, yet Anika's voice remains determined even when she sounds ghostly. Both of Lauren Flax's mixes are acid techno workouts that borrow less of the original vocals than the other mixes on the EP, but at least on "Change," she injects some peppy beats that match the uplifting spirit of the song.
© Paul Simpson /TiVo

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1
Planningtochange (Planningtorock Remix)
00:05:07

Martin Thulin, Producer - Planningtorock , Remixer - Anika, MainArtist - Jam Rostron, Producer, MixingEngineer - Annika Henderson, Composer, Producer

2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones 2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones

2
Never Coming Back (Dave Clarke Remix)
00:08:09

Dave Clarke, Producer, Remixer, MixingEngineer - Martin Thulin, Producer - Anika, MainArtist - Annika Henderson, Composer, Producer

2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones 2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones

3
Critical (Lauren Flax Remix)
00:05:32

Lauren Flax, Producer, Remixer, MixingEngineer - Martin Thulin, Producer - Anika, MainArtist - Annika Henderson, Composer, Producer

2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones 2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones

4
Finger Pies (Maral At The Controls Dub Remix)
00:03:36

Martin Thulin, Producer - Anika, MainArtist - Maral, Remixer - Annika Henderson, Composer, Producer - James Trevascus, MixingEngineer - Maral Mahmoudi, Producer

2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones 2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones

5
Freedom (PBDY Remix)
00:04:10

Martin Thulin, Producer - Anika, MainArtist - Paul Preston, Producer, MixingEngineer - Annika Henderson, Composer, Producer - PBDY, Remixer

2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones 2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones

6
Change (Lauren Flax Remix) (Bonus Track)
00:05:17

Lauren Flax, Producer, Remixer, MixingEngineer - Martin Thulin, Producer - Anika, MainArtist - Annika Henderson, Composer, Producer

2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones 2021 invada Records UK / Sacred Bones

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Anika's second solo album, Change, was followed by a brief but wide-ranging set of remixes by friends and colleagues. Planningtorock turns the record's standout title track into a disco anthem without diluting its message, affixing the lyrics to a shuffling beat and not-overdone strings. Dave Clarke extends the brooding crawl of "Never Coming Back," taking a full four minutes to arrive at the song's lyrics, and lightly dusting it with psychedelic effects, but largely leaving the song intact. Maral's radical dub deconstruction of "Finger Pies" is an easy standout, dragging the song's fearless lyrics through a haunted underworld, and completely changing course at the very end. PBDY's "Freedom" is even more of an ethereal hallucination, yet Anika's voice remains determined even when she sounds ghostly. Both of Lauren Flax's mixes are acid techno workouts that borrow less of the original vocals than the other mixes on the EP, but at least on "Change," she injects some peppy beats that match the uplifting spirit of the song.
© Paul Simpson /TiVo

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