Friday, December 31, 2010



Thursday, December 30, 2010

JOY DIVSION - Decades (Konik Polny Mix)

Hello on the last day of 2010!

If you want to read the german text then visit my
Thank You!

I wish you all a successful start in the second decade of this century!
May the force be with you! :-)

Floyd Anderson.

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(Konik Polny Mix)
music file

Thursday, December 16, 2010

This Town Aint Big Enough For Both Of Us

Another re-post today from me. This one combines Sparks, Siouxsie and Faith No More singing the Sparks classic, This Town Aint Big Enough for Both Of Us. One of my personal faves.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

FRONT 242 - Never Stop! (chronovisor mix v1.0)

Hi all over the world!

Today is my birthday, so what else can I do than enjoying the day and posting my favourite song from one of my favourite bands of the 80s.

I combined the two available studio versions into a very listenable 12-inch version, noticing in hindsight that the channels were switched around in the original releases. Luckily I could manage that this fact doesn't matter in my "chronovisor mix".

Listen carefully! And ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

Never Stop!
(chronovisor mix v1.0)
music file

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Eurythmics - Here Comes the Rain Again (808's Open Wind Mix)

Eurythmics have always been one of my favorite 80's synthesizer acts. When they first burst onto the Top 40 here in the USA with their song "Sweet Dreams" in 1983, they caused a sensation. The music was fresh, new, and of course the vocals of Annie Lennox are always distinctive.

The 1984 album Touch was of course their followup to the extremely successful Sweet Dreams album, and saw the Eurythmics continue their electronic style. A standout track from this album was the leadoff single "Here Comes The Rain Again". Although it did chart at #4 here in the USA, inexplicably no extended 12" mix was ever commissioned for this song. There was a remix album released in the UK, but this song was left off.

I have listened to many unofficial mixes of this song, including the Disconet mix, and another mix by fellow amateur remixer DJ Tony, and I decided it was time for me to add my version. This is made only using the album version, and again I sourced an acapella mix (which you can hear most clearly at the end of the mix), and used that to re-source an instrumental mix, and even a mix only using vocals and percussion, which you hear for about 5 seconds at the start of the second verse. Flange airplane effects are used at parts throughout the song, and on the vocals at the end of the mix as well. This song now has a true extended remix, worthy of it's 80's status as a classic track.

Running time for this track is 8 minutes 44 seconds

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Erasure - Love is a Loser (808's Across the Nation mix)

In 1985, Vince Clarke, late of his recent musical experiments with Alison Moyet (Yazoo), and Feargal Sharkey (the one off single which was The Assembly), decided to put an ad in the London musical newspaper Melody Maker, looking for a vocalist. Out of many hopefuls to respond was Andy Bell, a very hopeful singer from Basildon. After some successful auditions, Erasure was born, becoming one of the most enduring acts to survive outside of the 80's.

Their debut album Wonderland in 1985 was my first introduction to this duo, and I've been a lifelong fan ever since. A number of remixes were spawned from the tracks on this album, but one that got sadly overlooked was "Love is a Loser", a really bouncy and joyful synthesizer track with a really addictive beat. I always thought this track deserved the extended 12" treatment, but it never happened.

So, I decided to fix this oversight once and for all. I used only the original track from the album, but managed to align instrumental sections to eventually isolate the vocals, synth lines, percussion, and even the bassline, then reassemble them together. I used flanging on the vocal and snare bits, and even added my own sampled percussion from a Roland TR-707 and 727 mahcine, two machines Vince used on the Wonderland album. The opening has almost a loping reggae feel to it, but this is most definitely a classic 80's extended remix track. Get ready for a trip back to 1985.

Running time for this mix is 6 minutes and 5 seconds.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Catch My Fall (Cygnet Mix)

A repost of a mix I've done some time ago :-)
Catch my fall (Cygnet Mix)

Thursday, November 11, 2010

CULTURE BEAT feat. JO VAN NELSEN - Der Erdbeermund (chronovisor mix)

"Die graue Welt macht keine Freude mehr.
Ich gab den schoensten Sommer her,
und dir hat's auch kein Glueck gebracht, nicht wahr.
Hast nur den roten Mund noch aufgespart fuer mich,
fuer mich so tief im Haar verwahrt.
Ich such' ihn schon die lange Nacht im Wintertal, im Aschengrund.
Ich bin so wild nach deinem Erdbeermund."

Here is the info:

Der Erdbeermund
(chronovisor mix)
music file

Stevie Wonder - Master Blaster (Jammin') (808's extended mix)

I was a big fan of Stevie Wonder back in the day, and at age 11 I remember getting the album Hotter than July for Christmas. It had lots of wonderful tracks on it, but I always liked the message behind the reggae-influenced "Master Blaster".

I managed to get ahold of the 7" single of this, and noticed there was a VERY interesting dub mix on the other side, using all kinds of wild effects and interesting sounds. So in doing this mix, I decided I would blend this version with the original album cut.

In doing this mix, I didn't use a lot of straight edits ... for much of it the two mixes play on top of each other, but I will do crossfades at key points, including one part towards the end where Stevie sings acapella for about 2 bars.

The entire mix clocks in at 7 minutes and 19 seconds.

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Sunday, November 07, 2010


chillin' with miles
(MEGAUPLOAD link due to server limitations)

Hi Everybody!

I have to apologize for the dirth of posts lately due to a recent vacation.

Anyhow, I put together a chilled Miles Davis compilation for my mp3 player and I thought you might like it, too. It's culled from the 1951-1961 time period & exclusively from his jazz combo work. This 3+ hours set worked wonders on my vacation!

Here is the tracklist:

01. Yesterdays
02. My Old Flame
03. How Deep Is The Ocean
04. I Waited For You
05. Smooch
06. Blue Haze
07. When Lights Are Low
08. Blue Room
09. You Don't Know What Love Is
10. Bags' Groove [Take 1]
11. 'Round Midnight (DreamTime Edit)
12. The Man I Love [Take 1] (DreamTime Edit)
13. I See Your Face Before Me
14. Green Haze
15. Nature Boy
16. Easy Living
17. Changes
18. There Is No Greater Love
19. My Funny Valentine
20. You're My Everything
21. Something I Dreamed Last Night
22. When I Fall In Love
23. It Never Entered My Mind
24. 'Round Midnight
25. On Green Dolphin Street (DreamTime Edit)
26. Fran Dance
27. Stella By Starlight
28. So What
29. Freddie Freeloader
30. Blue in Green
31. Flamenco Sketches
32. Old Folks
33. Drad-Dog
34. I Thought About You

As there are a couple of DreamTime Edit tracks in this collection, I thought it was OK to post it here.

Here is a video of "So What":


Friday, November 05, 2010

Final Solution (Cygnet Mix)

Classic Pere Ubu song, sung here by Peter Muphy. Fom the 1986 album ‘Should the World Fail to Fall Apart’ this is a mix of his first solo hit Final Solution (no relation to the 2nd world war). I used the 12″ remix and the Final mix as well as a little bit of Pere Ubu’s original.

Groove on!

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Joe Jackson - Steppin' Out (808's Neon Mix)

This has always been a favorite 80's track of mine, since it's USA release in 1982. Joe Jackson was a singer from England, who tried his had at a variety of styles ranging between rock, new wave, jazz, swing, and classical music. This was of course his most remembered song, a delightful piece of new wave synthpop from the album "Night and Day" which went to #6 in the USA.

During my stint as a DJ at St. Ivan's Infirmary, a virtual 80's dance club in Second Life, I collected a number of rare and underground 80's mixes, and one that always stuck in my mind was a mix of this song by a Brazilian remixer known as DJ Tony. It ended up being a staple of all my DJ gigs, and recently, when I felt inspired to do a re-edit of his mix, I decided to try to cook up my own mix of this song.

For this mix, I used only the album version of the song, but with some serious modifications. For example, I was able to take the beat and bass loop from the beginning of the song, and use it against the rest of the song to create an acapella mix, and about three mixes of the song, one of them an instrumental, without the beats present. Using these elements, and a bit of airplane flanging, I think I have managed to capture the authentic 80's extended remix feel that I think this song deserves.

This mix clocks in at 6 minutes and 11 seconds.

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Sunday, October 31, 2010

The Alan Parsons Project - "Old and Wise" (808's Extended Mix)

This song always had sentimental value to me. Of course, it was the third single off of the Alan Parsons Project's fantastic Eye in the Sky album from 1982. And with it being Halloween (or Samhain), the subject matter of facing one's own mortality seems to ring true here. This song's lyrics are very haunting.

Well, when fellow blogger Dreamtime came up with their own extended mix for the title track off this fantastic album, I felt I had to contribute my two cents in. So this is my result ... to explain, it helps to know a bit about the Alan Parsons Project and how they operated musically.

The Project had a habit of bringing in outside vocalists (besides core member Eric Woolfson of course) to sing their songs, and a vocalist named Colin Blunstone does an awesome job on this one. On many occasions Eric Woolfson (who was the Project's in-house vocalist) contributed to the majority of the Project's biggest hits, including of course "Time" (which I have extended mixed on this blog) and "Eye in the Sky". Well, I did some searching, and it turns out that there was a demo version of this song, with the same instrumentation, but with Eric Woolfson singing the lead vocals instead! This gave me an intriguing idea ...

The mix features both versions of the song, Colin's and Eric's. Colin starts off singing for the first half of the mix, then after his last verse, there is a nice crossfade over into Eric's version, which is more stripped down and only has piano, drums, and bass, before a final crossfade and flange into the terrific ending with an awesome saxophone solo.

This mix clocks in at a glorious 8 minutes and 39 seconds.

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

THE SPLASH BAND - John Carpenter's The End (chronovisor mix)


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Thank You! ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

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John Carpenter's The End
(chronovisor mix)
music file

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Billy Ocean - Loverboy (808's Extended Mix)

Another classic track from 1985. This one has a special meaning to me. This was of course the second single from Billy Ocean's "Suddenly" album, and I think the strongest single from that album.

In making this mix, I used both the original 12" mix, and a dub mix which was on the B-side of the 7" single. The arrangement of the parts I used in this mix, were inspired by a similar arrangement that was used in an exclusive mix which used to be played on KISS FM 99.9, a radio station out of Asheville, NC, which played a lot of exclusive 12" mixes back in the day. That mix is still burned in my head, and I duplicated the arrangement as closely as I could, adding some extended material to the ending, and doing crossfading between the two mixes instead of just straight edits.

The result, I think, is a true 12" mix which stands out uniquely from the official 12" mix release, it's a lot more interesting to listen to. As with the original mix, the running time is 8 minutes and 6 seconds.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Megamix: Miami Sound Machine, Wax, Stevie Wonder, Daryl Hall and John Oates

This is a megamix which has been brewing in my head ever since I first had the idea for it back in 1986. It is a challenge to even find 4 songs which have the exact same 89 BPM tempo in a 2-2 shuffle time signature ... that is, the same shuffle beat which is used in Hall and Oates' "Maneater", probably the best known of these four tracks. Yet, here it is, in all it's glory!

The mix opens up with "Bad Boy" from Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine. This was the followup single to "Conga" in 1985, and this extended mix was most excellently done by Shep Pettibone.

Next in the mix is Wax, which was a collaboration between Andrew Gold (best known for his hit song "Thank You for Being a Friend") and Graham Gouldman, late of the English pop band 10cc. It is interesting to note, that Andrew was invited to become a member of 10cc after 1981, but refused to do so, citing his desire to further his solo career. 10cc eventually split up in 1983, with Gouldman and Gold teaming up to form Wax.

The mix then progresses into Stevie Wonder's "Part Time Lover", a smash hit track which appeared on his 1985 album "In Square Circle". This is of course the extended 12" mix which adds a very interesting horn section to the mix.

Rounding out the mix is a rare 12" version of the Hall & Oates classic "Maneater", the first single off of the classic album H2O in 1982. This is probably the duo's signature song, spending a whopping 6 weeks at #1 on the Billboard charts in 1982.

Rounding out the mix of course, is the ending of Miami Sound Machine's "Bad Boy". The whole mix clocks in at 18 minutes and 15 seconds. Enjoy!

Kim Wilde - Kids in America (808's Extended Retromix)

And once again, another classic New Wave track which sadly never got the extended 12" mix treatment. This is probably Kim Wilde's signature track, and indeed became a New Wave anthem. Even today, this track sends chills up my spine.

I may be mistaken, but apart from an Ultrasound (UltraTraxx?) extended version, there has been no true extended remix done of this track. There was a dance mix made of this in 1994, but I saw it as sacrilege. They took this track and tried to make a techno-dance number out of it, which I think totally destroyed the feel of the song.

I did this mix, using only the album cut of the song, and I had to do a lot of work! First off, I was able to take the opening bassline, copy it, pitch shift parts of it to match the original bassline of the song, and then progressively use that bassline and other bits to gradually isolate the vocals from the song. Once I had the vocals isolated, I again matched these iso vocals against the song to create a sort of instrumental mix. You can still hear faint echoes of the vocals in this instrumental mix (which you hear near the opening of the song) but it just adds to the feel of the song.

In addition, I decided to add extra percussion to the song, and I wanted it to sound as retro as I could, so I used samples from classic drum machines of the period, including a Roland TR-606 (for the kick and cymbals) and the Korg KPR-55 for the snare (also known more popularly as the Depeche Mode "Speak and Spell" snare). These sounds augment the drum sounds already in the song. The result is a bonafide 80's style extended remix worthy of this classic track.

The mix clocks in at 6 minutes 36 seconds.

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Megamix: A-ha, Go West, Phil Collins, Teena Marie

My first installment is a megamix I originally conceived in my basement in 1985, thanks to a pair of casette decks and a turntable. I always thought these songs belonged together. Running at about 165 BPM, you have the 12" extended mix of A-ha's "Take on Me", the Indiscriminate Mix of Go West "Call Me", the extended 12" mix of "Don't Lose My Number" by Phil Collins, then "Alibi" by Teena Marie, a track off her "Starchild" album. The megamix then shifts back to the endings of the Phil Collins and A-ha tracks. I also overlaid the extra percussion on Phil Collins' track onto the a-ha track throughout the megamix too.

I chose these tracks, not just because of a similar tempo, but the key signature of these tracks I thought made them blend well together.

Running time for the megamix is 15:50

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Megamix: Grace Jones, Tina Turner, Culture Club, Peter Gabriel

And now for your listening enjoyment, a downtempo megamix which clocks in at a relaxed 97 BPM. We have Grace Jones with her smooth and jazzy track "Slave to the Rhythm", which then blends seamlessly into Tina Turner's classic "What's Love Got to Do With it". The mix continues with a rare 12" mix of Culture Club's "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me", a track which features a reggae toast vocal bit (which I used at the end of this megamix). The megamix rounds out with Peter Gabriel's "Sledgehammer".

Running time for this megamix is 19:41

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Eurythmics vs. Empire State Human - Love is a Stranger (808 versus mix)

This is a special treat. One of my all time favorite tracks from Eurythmics was "Love is a Stranger" from their self-titled 1983 album, a followup to their "Sweet Dreams" single.

Fast forward to 2009. Empire State Human is an electro band from Ireland, indeed musicians I have had the pleasure of collaborating with. Aidan Casserly, the singer of this band, has even contributed to original material of mine, which I recorded under the name of Synthetik FM.

Well, it turns out ESH's american label, Ninthwave Records, were releasing the third installment in their "Electricity" synthpop series, so ESH decided to do a cover of the above Eurythmics track, and they did a smashing job. It sounds so much like the original, yet updated. So, I decided to compare the two, by blending the two tracks together in a versus mix. You can't tell where one ends and the other begins! Enjoy!

Running time: 3 minutes 53 seconds

Official ESH video for "Love is a Stranger"

Friday, October 22, 2010

Alan Parsons Project - Time (808's Extended Mix)

It's funny, but this song was always one of my favorite APP songs of all time (with the possible exception of "Eye in the Sky"). I always liked the wistfulness of the lyrics, and the gentleness of the melody. This is truly a wonderful and beautiful masterpiece.

I was partially inspired for this mix, by the Dreamtime mix of "Eye in the Sky". I did some looking around, and managed to get ahold of a demo mix of this song, so I added in elements from this demo version (which is piano, drum, and bass only) and crossfaded it with the original track.

The running time for this masterpiece is a glorious 9 minutes and 53 seconds of pure bliss.
I will be posting another Alan Parsons Project mix soon. Stay tuned.

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Duran Duran - The Reflex (808's De-flexed Mix)

"The Reflex" was always one of my favorite tracks from the Duran Duran album "Seven and the Ragged Tiger". However, when it came to single release, I have to admit, the single mix and accompanying 12" mix really annoyed me.

These versions of the song suffered from many problems: The annoying "fle-fle-flex" and "why-yi-yi-yi" edits, which were mildly annoying in the 7" mix, but went absolutely irritating in the 12" version. There is also a gradual pitch and tempo shift throughout the mix which I found grated on my ears. And in the 12" mix, the second verse of the song is completely missing! Instead, we get treated to absolute "fle-fle-flex" and "why-yi-yi-yi" nonsense, and some odd noise which sounds like someone farting in a bathtub, underwater. :)

Well, I went back and re-did the mix, using some of the less annoying elements from the 12" mix, and relying more heavily on the far superior album cut of the track. I had to go through and seperately beatmap at least 7 sections of the 12" mix in ACID, to ensure everything is finally at the same pitch and tempo. All the annoying vocal edits are gone, or at the very least downplayed, the second verse has been restored, a few flange effects and rapid fire edits have been added, and a semblance of sanity has been restored to what has to be considered one of the classic Duran Duran tracks of all time. This is "The Reflex", the way it should have been from the beginning.

Running time for this mix is 8 minutes, 9 seconds.

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Naked Eyes - Promises Promises (808's Cup of Tea Mix)

This is a very special mix! This version utilizes no less than five different versions of the song: The Tony Mansfield 12" mix (which is mostly like the original 7" version except longer), the US 7" mix, a UK album mix (which has a different second verse), a mix by Jellybean (which has a spoken word bit by Madonna) and an instrumental version.

A bit of background on this song will help: The song was recored in two different versions originally. In the UK, the second verse has different lyrics, including "You keep saying you and me are not your style, your cup of tea". Record execs in the USA thought American listeners might not catch the reference, so Naked Eyes recorded a different second verse for that release. In this mix, I have presented the rarely heard UK verse as the song's third verse, changing the first line from "second time around" to "this time around", as it seemed to make more sense in the context of the song.

When disco producer Jellybean was remixing this song for the 12" release, he was dating an up and coming singer at the time called Madonna. He was trying to expose her as much as possible, so he got her to do some spoken word bits on his mix, during the instrumental break. You will hear her saying phrases like "I'll always love you, now and forever. You can trust in me, it's going to be alright."

What I have done, is use the instrumental mix, inverted it and used it to source acapellas for all three versions (including the UK second verse and the Madonna spoken word bits), and overlay them on the instrumental mix. I've also included bits from the two 12" mixes, and added some rapid fire edits (using the intro of the US 7" version at one point) and airplane flanging at strategic points throughout the song, especially during the guitar solo. And for good measure I added the acapella for the chorus over the opening instrumental bit too.

The mix clocks in at 7 minutes 48 seconds.

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Don Henley - The Boys of Summer (808's Extended Remix)

My first installment, is an extended remix of probably the most popular track off of Don Henley's "Building the Perfect beast" album in 1985. Sadly, this song never got the proper extended 12" remix treatment when it was released, so this is my attempt to make up for this oversight.

I only used the 7" version for this mix, but I used many tricks and manipulations in it. First off, I managed to isolate the vocals from the song, and use them to add some reverb to the main vocals. I isolated other track elements and mixed them into the song, using airplane flange effects. I also used similar effects on the hi-hat pattern at the beginning, the vocals on the third verse and on the ending. These modifications, I believe, give this mix a genuine 80's extended remix feel.

Total mix running time: 6 minutes 37 seconds.

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Saturday, October 02, 2010

MILES DAVIS - Red China Blues (chronovisor mix) [repost]

Today I have the big honor to present you a fabulous musician, who had probably the most influence in my life since I know his music (which only begun to me in 1983).
The tune was the first in a row of the so-called Columbia Studio E recording sessions, which started in 1972 and ended with his mid-70s-retirement in 1976. One year earlier he played his last concert in Japan. His retirement because of abusing drugs and being sick should last at least 5 years, rather he did rise again like the Phoenix from the cinder.
The today's track is a very fine blues he recorded on March 9, 1972. Interestingly he didn't release it immediately, but 2 years later on his last studio album of the 70s 'Getting Up With it'. For me it's just a pity that he didn't release some more songs of this genre, but I'm happy with that one anyway. I myself just stretched it, and, my gosh, it wasn't too easy finding a way making the song as easy listening as it is at least. Just.....
ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

The performers:
MILES DAVIS: electric trumpet
CORNELL DUPREE: electric guitar
MICHAEL HENDERSON: electric bass guitar
AL FOSTER: drums
JAMES 'MTUME' FOREMAN: percussions
WADE MARCUS: brass arrangements (the brass players are not known)
BILLY JACKSON: rhythm arrangements

Red China Blues
(chronovisor mix)
music file

Friday, October 01, 2010


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Hi Everybody!

I got a new DreamTime Mix for you today.

It's the 1999 single Maria by American band Blondie. You can find the original version of this song on their album No Exit.

I combined the Album Version & the Instrumental Version. The mix clocks in at 8:03 minutes.

Here is the video:


Wednesday, September 08, 2010

SQ-1 - Music So Wonderful (chronovisor mix)

Hi there!

The today's posting is again a very short one. It is written down and made ready on my pre-last day here in Austria and will see the virtual life on my first day back in Australia.

It's about a music project of two German house music producers, which were pretty successfull with their other music projects they had. I'm sure you can find something about it somewhere in the www.

The today's 'chronovisor mix' is basically meant for other DJs, if they want to do a 'historical' house music party. Use this track! :-)

And now: ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

Music So Wonderful
(chronovisor mix)
music link

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

CAT STEVENS - Was Dog A Doughnut? (chronovisor mix)

Hi out there!

Pre P. S.: I never thought that I would mix a tune from this artist ever! ;-)

It's been more than a year now that I posted a song from the 70s, but today's the day to do it again. I wanted to do this one anyway shortly, but a mail I recently got from Niels from Denmark, who still runs a famous private website about his favourite band THE HUMAN LEAGUE, reminded me of the today's song immediately. If you ever have a chance to listen to their song 'Total Panic' you maybe know what I mean.

So this tune today came out in 1977 and it didn't correspond at all to the other songs of the album from this artist IMHO. But I (still) see it as a musical forerunner to all the music that came out in the 80s which had an electronical backgrond.

Ach - I guess you all will see what I mean, right? ;-) The song itself is genius!

ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

P. S.: This is my last posting made in Austria, because I return to Australia in two weeks time.

Here is the info:

Was Dog A Doughnut?
(chronovisor mix)
music file

Monday, August 16, 2010

kolablogradio & dj Oz: Pixies- Monkey Gone to Heaven - Dj Oz Exten...

kolablogradio & dj Oz: Pixies- Monkey Gone to Heaven - Dj Oz Exten...: "Pixies- Monkey Gone to Heaven - Dj Oz Extended Version"

kolablogradio & dj Oz: Spear of Destiny - Never Take Me Alive - D...

kolablogradio & dj Oz:
Spear of Destiny - Never Take Me Alive - D...
: "Spear of Destiny - Never Take Me Alive - Dj Oz Extended 12inch Version"

kolablogradio & dj Oz: amy macdonald - don't tell me that it's ove...

kolablogradio & dj Oz: amy macdonald - don't tell me that it's ove...: "amy macdonald - don't tell me that it's over - Dj Oz Extended Version"

kolablogradio & dj Oz: Tiffany - Could've Been - Dj Oz Re-Extended...

kolablogradio & dj Oz: Tiffany - Could've Been - Dj Oz Re-Extended...: "Tiffany - Could've Been - Dj Oz Re-Extended Version"

kolablogradio & dj Oz: Whitesnake - is this love Dj Oz Acustic Ex...

kolablogradio & dj Oz: Whitesnake - is this love Dj Oz Acustic Ex...: "Whitesnake - is this love Dj Oz Acustic Extended Version"

kolablogradio & dj Oz: John Lennon - Number 9 Dream Dream - Dj Oz Exte...

kolablogradio & dj Oz:
John Lennon - Number 9 Dream Dream - Dj Oz Exte...
: "John Lennon - Number 9 Dream Dream - Dj Oz Extended Long Version"

Saturday, August 14, 2010


1. MORE TO LOSE [Evo-XR Single Version Reconstruction]

2. MORE TO LOSE [Evo-XR Instrumental Mix]

3. MORE TO LOSE [Evo-XR Remix]


Bitter Heart [12" Extended Mix]
Tell Her [12" Extended Mix]
More to Lose [DMC Remix]
On Your Side [McDoC Evo-XR Re-Mix]

Definitely one of the most popular 80's new wave anthems in the Philippines is Seona Dancing's MORE TO LOSE. In fact, in September 2008, WXB102 Internet radio (Manila's resurrected 1980's FM station that catered mainly to the new wave genre) made an online poll of "The Top 102 Songs of All Time" and "More to Lose" ended up taking the top spot (See the complete list posted by Dr. Stirring Rhod on his blog "The Doctor is In"). The group was composed of Ricky Gervais [the British comedian!!!] on vocals and Bill Macrae on Synthesizers. They only released two singles, 1. Bitter Heart and 2. More to Lose. So the megamix actually contains all of the tracks they've produced. For the reconstruction of the single version, I just edited the extended mix by rearranging the verses according to the original 7" version wherein the 1st verse starts with: "I was tired..." instead of "We used to cry..." (which was the first verse of the 12"er). Then, I also ended up doing an instrumental mix which was used by DJ Doc in his mash-up "Lose Your Song". As for the Evo-XR Extended remix, nothing fancy, just simply stretching out one of my fave tunes back in the day... well OK, up to now it's still among my top picks. Hope you check these out.

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kolablogradio & dj Oz: Cover design by TommyPART 1PART 2: "Cover design by TommyPART 1PART 2"

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

DANCE REACTION - Disco Train (chronovisor mix)

Hey folks, it's disco time!

Well, the fact is that I realised, after bringing out the heavy stuff from the 'Neue Slowenische Kunst' yesterday, some people may get upset with their lives, or get maybe in a deeply depression - and after my 'Soulbrother in mixing' DreamTime did such a fantastic mix of a disco tune I wanted to do since ever, but he was faster, I thought to post some light and dancy music today.

You may have noticed that the thing above is just one sentence, so I shouldn't talk such a lot of crap ;-) . It's typical for the German language, I think. The problem is: I try to write and talk in English, but I still do think in German.

Back to the topic: In short, the today's tune is from a Dutch music project, and it was quite a hit back in those days of the later disco music. It's a pity that they've done just a few more singles before they left the music scene.

ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

Disco Train
(chronovisor mix)
music link

Saturday, July 31, 2010

LAIBACH - Neue Klangniederschrift Einer Taufe (Nova Krst Pod Triglavom-Baptism) oder Der Untergang Einer Nation (suite) (chronovisor mix)

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Thanks a lots!
ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

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This collaboration experiment contents the following songs:
LAIBACH - Krst (Baptism) [1987]
LAIBACH - Jaegerspiel [1987]
LAIBACH - Koža (Skin) (chronovisor mix v1.0) [1987]
LAIBACH - Herzfeld (chronovisor mix v1.0) [1987]

Neue Klangniederschrift Einer Taufe (Nova Krst Pod Triglavom-Baptism) oder Der Untergang Einer Nation (suite)
(chronovisor mix)
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Sunday, July 25, 2010

..T.O.R.T.U.R.E [McDoC..Evo-XR..Remix]

Running Time : 7:18
I did this early this year and thought would post it to commemorate MJ's death anniversary, a belated one, that is. I scrambled the Extended Club Mix, Instrumental and Single version for this Evo-XR treatment. Enjoy!
Thanks to Magic Juan DJ for the extended club mix.
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Saturday, July 03, 2010

RON CARNEL - North Gate (chronovisor mix) / CHRISTIAN HAMM & ALAIN BERTONI - Valediction (chronovisor mix)

Hello earth!

If you want to read the German text please visit my Thanks a lots!

ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

North Gate
(chronovisor mix)
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Monday, June 14, 2010

GENESIS - Congo (chronovisor mix)

These days is something happening in the world and by me. With in the world I mean the beginning of the soccer world championship in South Africa, and by me I mean the approval of my 5-year visa for Australia, which I applied for in late April this year. So all in all - I'm happy, as you can imagine. ;-)

Today I want to take accout to the fact that the African continent is in the focus of the world for the next few weeks. The todays song I introduce you today is taken from the latest release, unbelievably back in 1997, of a band, which was very successful during the 70s and 80s.

On this release this band was without their two big names, and everybody was now interested, if this project would also work. In my opinion, it did. I used the album version of this tune to build up my own 12" version, because unfortunatly it never was released. But what has all this to do with Africa? Just a little bit, you'll see.

ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

(chronovisor mix)
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Friday, May 14, 2010

PROPAGANDA - Valley Of The Machine Gods (Strawberries & Champagne) (chronovisor mix)

Hi there!

Unexpectedly for me I already am able to let you know some news. It's not about my visa, that still is in the process, no, it's about the internet connection I currently use. Actually it's my mother's one, and it has now an unlimited bandwidth! What a relief! This means to me that I can be more active here in Austria, and I'm able to post a bit more here than in the months before.

The today's posting is the second one outside of Australia, and it's about a german music project which was so much successful in the 80s. Earlier in my blog you can find a bit more of the story. 15(!) years after their last release the main members came together again planning to release a new album and a series of four 12"es. It's a real pity that the band couldn't achieve to release more than one 12", limited to 500 pieces.

At the end I was glad to find this little treasure some time ago having now the opportunity to introduce one of the four versions of this song in my blog. On this version remixer ADAM KROLL officially laid his hands on it nicely, and I just had to do a few more secret things for having now a brand new 'chronovisor mix'. ;-)

ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

Valley Of The Machine Gods (Strawberries & Champagne)
(chronovisor mix)
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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

PIANONEGRO - Pianonegro (chronovisor mix)


If you would like to read the german text, please visit my Thanks a lots!
ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

P. S.: Something private: These days I applied personally in the embassy for my new Australian visa. I will see how long it takes. And I will keep you all up to date, of course.

Here is the info:

(chronovisor mix)
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