Band member Jeremy Inkel (also in Front Line Assembly) chips in with a remix of "Fighting for Voltage" done together with fellow FLA boy Chris Peterson, and call me predictable if you want, but I have to say its funky electronics make it my favourite among the multitude featured here - we get 20 tracks to choose from! Thanks to the plethora of different remixers there is a healthy dose of variation throughout, which can't really be said of the album the songs originated from - "Fighting for Voltage". The mixes range from breakbeat to electro and old school industrial and while I still find Kaine Delay's vocals a bit grating after a some time, they work fine in small doses. And a remix album like this is not meant for home listening anyway.
A special mention has to go to The Birthday Massacre's reconstruction of "Last Daze", completely remade with female vocals by the band. Splendid stuff.
Three new songs can be found as well, in the form of two covers and a newly written track called "Welcome to the Future". The latter is a wild, catchy electro punk tune and bodes well for upcoming releases. Nirvana's "Territorial Pissings" and Joy Division's "She's Lost Control" get covered in LSD style, with pretty good results.
I'm sure almost everyone can find something they like on this remix disc, from Revolting Cocks delightfully heavy and funky remix of "Ready or Not", to Combichrist's frantic electro twist of "Last Daze". Not every remix is great, but it's worth your while.