When it comes to album remix packages, Fort Knox always deliver. Allowing the Latino-glitter settle from the album release in a timely fashion, here the label commission a series of authentic, respectful reversions... And each one of them rocks. Omegaman dubs out "7th Street Groove" with depth and clarity, Basement Freaks splash out on a Lover's Rock style digi-dub swing for "Salsa De Gala" while the Fort Knox label bosses funkify "Maria Juana" so much there's a danger you may damage your speakers with dangerous funk juice.
There are a few things you can bet your bottom dollar on in life; Fort Knox releases being funky as hell is one. And those releases getting backed up with an equally hefty remix package is another. Here's a fine example; each reversion adding a whole new party spirit to the mutli-lingual messiness of the originals. Take G-Flux's swamp stomp skank vibe on "Rompan Fila". Take Skeewiff's bold big band swing licks on "Para Mis Amigos". Take the tropical sea-side sparkles of Auditors Domination's remix of "Estereolismo". Each one a bottom-shaking, bottom-heavy, bottom dollar saving beauty.
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