Zion Train / Live As One Remixed
Album:Live As One Remixed Collection:Reggae
Artist:Zion Train Added:Aug 2009
Label:Universal Egg 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2009-08-16 Pull Date:2009-10-18 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Oct 18Oct 11Oct 4Sep 27Sep 13Sep 6Aug 30Aug 23

Recent Airplay
1.Apr 15, 2013:Happy Hour (Coverin' for PACC)
Life That I Choose Remixed By Professor Skank
4.Oct 10, 2009:New World Disorder
Boxes And Amps Remixed By Vibronics
2.Apr 21, 2012:New World Disorder
Boxes And Amps Remixed By Dub Terror
5.Oct 03, 2009:New World Disorder
Terror Talk Remixed By Studio As One, Boxes And Amps Remixed By Rob Smith
3.Oct 17, 2009:New World Disorder
Give Me Good Sensi Remixed By Brain Damage
6.Sep 26, 2009:New World Disorder
Boxes And Amps Remixed By Dub Terror

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2009-08-15 
Zion Train – Live as One Remixed
Reviewed by Sadie O., 8/15/09
German Roots Reggae, remixed by producers from all over Europe and South America. Ranges from roots almost to dubstep and grime. All very good to excellent. No FCCs detected. Enjoy!
1. 5:01 **downtempo, lowkey intro with electronic backmasking, then nice roots skank instrumental with melodica.
2. 4:44 ***bits of human birdcalls, and jaunty midtempo bounce, dancehall vocals.
3. 5:13 ****dramatic intro with spoken diatribe, then really nice downtempo skank with singing and harmonies. Some fairly deep dub.
4. 4:24 ***spoken intro, slow electronic riddim, almost reggaeton beat, dancehall vocals, damn fine lyrics.
5. 3:39****autoharp and bongos intro, spoken bit, sparse midtempo wiggle – nice sound.
6. 4:48 ****electronic whooshes and singing, formless for first 50 seconds, then uptempo dubby skank. Obligatory song of praise to pot.
7. 5:27 **very slow beat, rather “modern R&B” vibe, very downbeat and relaxed. Gets electronic and dubby after first minute.
8. 4:27 ***pretty little angel choir and horns, then upbeat midtempo dub skank.
9. 3:55 ***emphatic upbeat riddim with syncopation, instrumental.
10. 3:45 ***bit of spoken intro, dubby midtempo skank with smidgeons of dubbed up vocals.
11. 6:39 ***distant trumpets and electronics intro, uptempo syncopated skank with lots of electronics, instrumental.
12. 4:22 ****melodramatic keyboards and horns intro, then very jaunty upbeat syncopated skank with political dancehall vocals. A bit of pretty female spoken word in Arabic.
13. 4:39 ***uptempo riddim with lots of electronic syncopation, female singing.
14. 3:56 ****Latin horns and spoken intro, then uptempo syncopated electronic riddim and mutated dancehall vocals – great noise.
15. 6:34 ****downtempo skank with guitar and keyboards, with doubletime percussion, bits of vocals. Goes all dubbed out at end.

Track Listing
1.Why Remixed By Alambic Conspiracy 8.Boxes And Amps Remixed By Rdk Sound System
2.What A Situation Remixed By Dub Creator 9.Baby Father Remixed By Weeding Dub
3.Boxes And Amps Remixed By Rob Smith 10.Life That I Choose Remixed By Professor Skank
4.Baby Father Remixed By Digital Dubs 11.Baby Father Remixed By Dubsync
5.Boxes And Amps Remixed By Vibronics 12.Terror Talk Remixed By Studio As One
6.Give Me Good Sensi Remixed By Brain Damage 13.Why Remixed By Bungalodub
7.What A Situation Remixed By De Niro 14.Boxes And Amps Remixed By Dub Terror
 15.Terror Talk Remixed By Digital & Lutin