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Catechism

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Originally released on Britain's Blue Juice late in 2001, DJ Spooky's "Catechism" single re-appeared in America on Synchronic a little less than a year later, padded out with an assortment of vocal, instrumental, and a cappella remixes. The single itself, an oppressive beat symphony, matches the menace of guest rapper Killah Priest (of Wu-Tang fame), only turning up the dial on the paranoia as the track progresses. And the remixes aren't just reversions but practically new tracks, with fresh raps on most every one: Part 2's horn-heavy, beat-precise version, scratchmaster Deckwrecka's ragga post-production (featuring MCD and 2Ice), and the version by Mex (Black Grass) (aka Clockwork Voodoo Freaks). A refreshing turn away from Spooky's illbient and jazz projects of 2002. (Note: Skip past the instrumental versions and you'll find the last track, a nice tech drum'n'bass remix.)
© John Bush /TiVo

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DJ Sooky Catechism
DJ Spooky
00:03:42

DJ Spooky, Artist, MainArtist

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

2
Part 2S New Flesh Remix
DJ Spooky
00:03:11

DJ Spooky, Artist, MainArtist - Subliminal Kid Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

3
Mex Black Grass Remix
DJ Spooky
00:03:47

DJ Spooky, Artist, MainArtist - Subliminal Kid Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

4
Deckwrecka Remix Vocal
DJ Spooky feat. MCD 2ice
00:05:30

DJ Spooky, Artist - Subliminal Kid Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher - DJ Spooky feat. MCD 2ice, MainArtist - MCD 2ice, Artist

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

5
Deckwrecka Remix Inst
DJ Spooky
00:05:28

DJ Spooky, Artist, MainArtist - Subliminal Kid Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

6
Runaways Ward 29 Remix Vocal
DJ Spooky
00:03:15

DJ Spooky, Artist, MainArtist - Subliminal Kid Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

7
Runaways Ward 29 Remix Inst
DJ Spooky
00:03:26

DJ Spooky, Artist, MainArtist - Subliminal Kid Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

8
Deckwrecka Acapella
DJ Spooky feat. MCD 2ice
00:05:30

DJ Spooky, Artist - Subliminal Kid Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher - DJ Spooky feat. MCD 2ice, MainArtist

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

9
Unreals Remix
DJ Spooky
00:05:52

DJ Spooky, Artist, MainArtist - Subliminal Kid Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2002 Synchronic 2002 Synchronic

Album Description

Originally released on Britain's Blue Juice late in 2001, DJ Spooky's "Catechism" single re-appeared in America on Synchronic a little less than a year later, padded out with an assortment of vocal, instrumental, and a cappella remixes. The single itself, an oppressive beat symphony, matches the menace of guest rapper Killah Priest (of Wu-Tang fame), only turning up the dial on the paranoia as the track progresses. And the remixes aren't just reversions but practically new tracks, with fresh raps on most every one: Part 2's horn-heavy, beat-precise version, scratchmaster Deckwrecka's ragga post-production (featuring MCD and 2Ice), and the version by Mex (Black Grass) (aka Clockwork Voodoo Freaks). A refreshing turn away from Spooky's illbient and jazz projects of 2002. (Note: Skip past the instrumental versions and you'll find the last track, a nice tech drum'n'bass remix.)
© John Bush /TiVo

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