12 Sep 2011
Five Point One 
Mark Reeder (ex-Shark Vegas) has confirmed details of his multi-format album of remixes he has done for artists such as Bad Lieutenant, Depeche Mode, Blank & Jones, Sam Taylor-Wood with Pet Shop Boys, Fidelity Kastrow and Spartak (the latter two featured on the SC5.1 free CD given away with initial copies of Scream City 5 last year) and many others. It is a 2CD/1DVD set featuring stereo mixes on the CDs and 5.1 surround mixes on the DVD.

The DVD also contains videos including a recut version of the original John Foxx Underpass, I’m In Love With A German Filmstar by Sam Taylor-Wood and more.

A full website with audio and video is also up and running at five-point-one.co.uk.

Tracklisting

DVD 5.1 surround remixes

1. John Foxx - Underpass (Mark Reeder's Sinister Subway Remix Edit)
2. Bad Lieutenant - Twist Of Fate (Mark Reeder's Led's Twist Again Remix)
3. Noblesse Oblige - Duel (Mark Reeder's Shot At The Crack Of Dawn Remix)
4. Marsheaux - So Far (Mark Reeder's So Close Remix)
5. Depeche Mode - Sweetest Perfection (Mark Reeder's Sweetest Conception Remix)
6. Echoes - Ice Cold (Mark Reeder's Cold As Ice Remix)
7. Blank & Jones, Mark Reeder Featuring Vanessa Daou - Heart Of Wax (Heart Of Crystal Mix)
8. Anne Clark - Full Moon (Mark Reeder's Stairway To The Stars Remix)
9. Vanessa Daou - Black & White (Mark Reeder's Monochrome Mix)
10. Sam Taylor-Wood With The Pet Shop Boys - I'm In Love With A German Film Star (Mark Reeder's Rias Remix)
11. Spartak - Lets Go Get 'Em (Mark Reeder's No Pain, No Gain Remix Edit)
12. Electrobelle - Falling (Mark Reeder's In Your Arms Remix Edit)
13. Fidelity Kastrow - 21st Century Girl (Mark Reeder's Strident Remix Edit)
14. May68 - The Prisoner (Mark Reeder's Runaway Remix)
15. Parralox - Sharper Than A Knife (Mark Reeder's Cutting Edge Remix Edit)
16. Bad Lieutenant - Sink Or Swim (Mark Reeder's Rettungsring Remix Edit)
17. Die Toten Hosen - Disco (Mark Reeder's Lange Hosen Remix)
18. Anne Clark - If... (Mark Reeder's Seemingly Forever Remix)

CD1

1. John Foxx - Underpass (Mark Reeder's Sinister Subway Remix)
2. Bad Lieutenant - Twist Of Fate (Mark Reeder's Led's Twist Again Remix)
3. Noblesse Oblige - Duel (Mark Reeder's Shot At The Crack Of Dawn Remix)
4. Marsheaux - So Far (Mark Reeder's So Close Remix)
5. Depeche Mode - Sweetest Perfection (Mark Reeder's Sweetest Conception Remix)
6. Echoes - Ice Cold (Mark Reeder's Cold As Ice Remix)
7. Sam Taylor-Wood With The Pet Shop Boys - I'm In Love With A German Film Star (Mark Reeder's Stuck In The 80s Mix)
8. Spartak - Lets Go Get 'Em (Mark Reeder's No Pain, No Gain Remix)
9. Fidelity Kastrow - 21st Century Girl (Mark Reeder's Strident Remix)
10. Bad Lieutenant - Sink Or Swim (Mark Reeder's Rettungsring Radio Remix)
11. May68 - The Prisoner (Mark Reeder's Runaway Remix)
12. Die Toten Hosen - Disco (Mark Reeder's Lange Hosen Remix)
13. Anne Clark - If… (Mark Reeder's Seemingly Forever Remix)

CD2

1. John Foxx - Underpass (Mark Reeder's Dark, Long & Sinister Remix)
2. Blank & Jones, Mark Reeder Featuring Vanessa Daou - Heart Of Wax (Heart Of Crystal Mix)
3. Sam Taylor-Wood With Pet Shop Boys - I'm In Love With A German Film Star (Mark Reeder's Rias Remix)
4. Echoes - Ice Cold (Mark Reeder's Colder Than Ice Remix)
5. Parralox - Sharper Than A Knife (Mark Reeder's Cutting Edge Remix)
6. Bad Lieutenant - Sink Or Swim (Mark Reeder's Waterwing Remix)
7. Vanessa Daou - Black & White (Mark Reeder's Monochrome Mix)
8. Anne Clark - Full Moon (Mark Reeder's Stairway To The Stars Remix)
9. Fidelity Kastrow - 21st Century Girl (Mark Reeder's Strident Remix Edit)
10. Electrobelle - Falling (Mark Reeder's In Your Heart Remix)
11. Bad Lieutenant - Twist Of Fate (Mark Reeder's Synth Of Fate Remix)
12. Die Toten Hosen - Disco (Mark Reeder's Kurze Hosen Remix)

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