The Chemical Brothers – Sometimes I Feel So Deserted (Phonic Scoupe Remix)

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Here’s a remix of The Chemical Brothers’ Sometimes I Feel So Deserted by Phonic Scoupe. Free download.

The original, from their new album Born In The Echoes, has that buzzing sound, so characteristic of their stuff. The remix takes a more techno approach, with a fuller sound to the bass. But it isn’t a cheap 4/4 addition, this keeps it to a melodic techno approach. Am I allowed to say I prefer this to the original?

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Original of The Chems track here

‘Sometimes I feel So Deserted’ taken from the new album ‘Born In The Echoes’ – out 17.07.15
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~ by acidted on July 10, 2015.

2 Responses to “The Chemical Brothers – Sometimes I Feel So Deserted (Phonic Scoupe Remix)”

  1. I like the original but that is better. I’m looking forward to a new Chemical Brothers album, not quite sure why but if it’s as good a Chems album as the last Orb one was an Orb album it will be very good indeed. If you can understand what I’m trying to say.

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