Post by MissKittyVonKiss on Mar 13, 2010 7:00:12 GMT -5
Great news for fans of Siobhan's solo singles and their remixes! A new download only remix collection has been put together of various tracks from Siobhan's solo singles complete with digital artwork! Go to the shop department of her site to purchase this exciting collection.
Siobhan Fahey: The Remixes
1. Bitter Pill (Droyds Mix) 2. Bitter Dub 3. Pulsatron (The Most Mix) 4. Pulsatron (Hugo Nicholson Vocal Mix) 5. Pulsatron (Atomizer Mix) 6. Bad Blood (GHP Remix) 7. Bad Blood (The Most Mix) 8. Bad Blood (Alan Moulder Remix)
This is a very good idea for those that are new to Siobhan or those that didn't buy all her records upon release, unfortunately theres nothing here to entice the people that already have all these remixes, not even one new mix? I have all these already so won't be buying it.
P.S why is it touted as Siobhan Fahey? It's very confusing....first all the singles are issued under her own name, then the album and It's A Trip' are released as Shakespears Sister...and now back to Siobhan Fahey?? Maybe it's because these are all the old SF mixes, I don't know.
Post by gastoncespedes on Mar 15, 2010 22:59:26 GMT -5
hahaha I want it, but... yeah, it's real, sometimes it's confussing to read Siobhan Fahey in a old single release and later Shakespears Sister in the full album :/ and now to read her own name in a remix compilation xD
They're basically what are on the CD singles why would we buy them again? If they had been new mixes it would have been better. I can't understand why Siobhan is using such old photos to represent herself either, she doesn't look like that anymore, in fact her image for the past 2 years has been quite punk.
The photos for the album were from old magazine articles, and the back photo was from a promo photo she sold in her shop years ago. As lovely as they are, I feel she should have used something more current and made it really punky to make a statement of where shes's at now, of course the album's years old too so thats probabaly the design she was using when it was going to be a solo album? The photo on the front is one of her best though.