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Frog Remixed and Revisited

Frog Remixed and Revisited
Remix album by Merzbow
Released July 2003 (2003-07)
Genre Noise
Length 116:43
Label Misanthropic Agenda
Merzbow chronology
Frog Remixed and Revisited
Ikebana: Merzbow's Amlux Rebuilt, Reused and Recycled
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Frog Remixed and Revisited is a remix album by Japanese noise musician Merzbow, it uses Merzbow's album Frog as source material.[2]

Another remix album, Ikebana: Merzbow's Amlux Rebuilt, Reused and Recycled, was also released in 2003.

Track listing

CD 1
No. Title Artist Length
1. "Amphibia Salientia"   Hrvatski 4:02
2. "Merzfrog473"   Pita 5:02
3. "Advancing Hordes"   House of Low Culture 7:02
4. "Gekihatsu"   Never Presence Forever 4:22
5. "Catch 22 (Surrender or Die)"   Sunn O))) 9:51
6. "Frog Inside Hypercube"   Gerritt 7:50
7. "Necrostuprum"   Terror Organ 3:06
8. "Frog Remix"   John Wiese 2:28
9. "Frog Variation 2"   Merzbow 15:20
Total length:
CD 2
No. Title Artist Length
1. "Frog Remix"   Fennesz 4:09
2. "Denki no Numa (Frog Voice mix)"   Ulver 7:29
3. "Masamifrogmaster (edit)"   Russell Haswell 7:02
4. "Cloned Frog Language (Segmented Edit and Micro Arcs)"   Hecker 10:31
5. "Dark Side of the Pink Frog"   When 8:01
6. "Froggie Bee-Baa"   Boris 20:30
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  1. ^ Batty, Roger (August 7, 2003). "Merzbow - Frog Remixed and Revisited". Musique Machine. Retrieved April 18, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Merzbow - Various - V/A "Frog" Remixed And Revisited (CD)".  

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