- Method Man, Freddie Gibbs and StreetLife - Built For This (Reverse Engineering Remix) Artwork Reverse Engineering on October 31, 2012 21:52
- 1. Highly Complex Machinery 3.20 1411 plays 95.0 BPM
- 2. Miracle that glows (feat. M.Sayyid) 4.15 4010 plays 95.0 BPM
- 3. Instant Art (feat. Jasmine) 3.55 763 plays 95.0 BPM
- 4. Romeo Echo 3.34 663 plays 95.0 BPM
- 5. World in Reverse (feat. Diyala) 4.29 698 plays 95.0 BPM
- 6. Socially Acceptable 3.47 2167 plays 92.0 BPM
- 7. Fly (feat. M.Sayyid) 3.31 611 plays 95.0 BPM
- 8. Six Clicks 4.03 500 plays 95.0 BPM
- 9. Defiance (feat. BluRum13) 3.49 505 plays 95.0 BPM
- 10. Harmosaurus 4.26 457 plays 95.0 BPM
- 11. New Values 0.31 370 plays 95.0 BPM
- 12. Future Shock (feat. BluRum13 and M.Sayyid) 4.30 438 plays 95.0 BPM
- Download track Go to track Method Man, Freddie Gibbs and StreetLife - Built For This (Reverse Engineering Remix)1. Method Man, Freddie Gibbs and StreetLife - Built For This (Reverse Engineering Remix) 4.12 677 plays 96.0 BPM
- 2. The Storm Never Passed (feat. B Dolan) 3.34 1348 plays 95.0 BPM
- 3. Talen - Green Lantern feat. Ward 21 (Reverse Engineering Remix) 3.29 1515 plays 129.0 BPM
- 4. Heaps Decent - Lomandra (Reverse Engineering Remix) 5.25 1722 plays 86.0 BPM
- 5. Artificial Man (Galactic Hits exhibition project) 3.28 610 plays
- Download track Go to track Antipop Consortium - Capricorn One (Reverse Engineering Remix - UNOFFICIAL)6. Antipop Consortium - Capricorn One (Reverse Engineering Remix - UNOFFICIAL) 3.14 2125 plays 94.0 BPM
- 7. OY - Snake (Reverse Engineering Remix) 2.58 1692 plays 84.0 BPM
- 8. Mochipet - Tangle (Reverse Engineering Remix - Unofficial) 3.58 896 plays
- 9. High Tone - Musical Bonzeye (Reverse Engineering Remix) 5.49 2104 plays 93.0 BPM
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Notably influenced by the electronic scene, RE explores the dark sides of instrumental hip hop and mainly focus on heavy and aggressive rhythms that build up the backbone of their pieces.
Born in 2002 under the hand of producers David Pieffet & Alain Decrevel, the project is from its beginning completely turned towards the live-act. DJ G-Bart joined the duo later and provides a significant addition to the live shows with his very own turntablism style.
With the experience acquired during numerous live appearances and the massive positive feedbacks they received under their belt, RE decided to start working on a studio release. In parallel, they provided themselves with new tools to refine their compositions and start exploring new grounds, collaborating with singers, MC’s and even rock bands. Reverse Engineering performed more than 80 live shows between 2003 and 2006, including support act of prestigious artists issued from labels such as Ninja Tune, Warp, Mo Wax, Jarring Effects or !K7 (DJ Vadim, Amon Tobin, DJ Krush, Airborn Audio, Cinematic Orchestra, Luke Vibert, Mira Calix, Unkle, High Tone, Ez3kiel, Mike Ladd, techno animal, blockhead, sixtoo, Kid 606…).
The visual aspect has also its importance in Reverse Engineering’s concept. Their live shows includes video projections of science fiction or sword movies which transcribe their sound universe on the projector screen.
2010, Reverse Engineering is back with a new ambitious CD, 4 years after they released their first album “Duck & Cover”. “Highly Complex Machinery” is released on French label Jarring Effects (High Tone, Ez3kiel, Brain Damage….). The album includes 12 great tracks – featuring American MC’s Blu RUM 13 (One Self) & M.Sayyid (Antipop Consortium), singer Jasmine and female croatian rapper Diyala.