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Lemon 8 plays the D Dub Remix of Phoenix – Rise Up on Frisky Radio.

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Tom Morgan plays the Fletch Remix of Phoenix – Rise Up on Proton Radio.

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James Grant plays my remix of Phoenix – Rise Up on Anjunabeats Worldwide, Anjunadeep Edition #059 recorded live from Club Nox in Recife, Brazil.

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Solarstone open up their Winter 2007 Mix with our Remix of Phoenix – Rise Up.

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Anthony Pappa plays the D Dub Remix of Phoenix – Rise Up on Proton Radio!

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Nick Warren plays Phoenix – Rise Up (Desyfer & Fletch Remix) on his JustMusic.fm Warm-Up mix.

Link to set.

01. Phoenix – Rise Up (Desyfer & Fletch Remix)
02. Way Out West – Spaceman (demo)
03. Yellow Sax – Zig Zag
04. Leftfield – Song Of Life (Tim Davison Remix)
05. Robert Babicz – Crystal Castle
06. GTO – Pure (Swen Weber Remix)
07. Christian Smith & John Selway – It’s Like That
08. Moldan & Harada – Fortune Cookie
09. Adam K & Soha – Twilight
10. Tim Davison – Spark
11. Bradler & Dualton – Al Arab
12. Petersky – Kurs Zjazdowy
13. Peter Horrevorts – Birth
14. Underworld – Beautiful Burnout
15. Itamar Sagi – Dramatical (Pig & Dan Remix)
16. ID – ID
17. Depeche Mode – In Your Room (Mercurio Remix)

In 1995 friends / producers Scott Latham & Spencer Hickson set about to write a track for DJ Sasha. They came up with The Phoenix – Rise Up E.P. which was released on Solid Silver Recordings (SIL006).

Sasha was given the only copy mid way through 95 and was using it as a set opener and it featured twice on the Essential Mix. The sales did that well that not only was a run of black vinyl produced there was an exclusive number of red vinyl.

Following Scott’s tragic death in 1996, Spencer Hickson thought a fantastic way for people to remember Scott on the 10th Anniversary of his death would be to remix the project.

Scott’s parents Graham & Christine Latham and Soloman Parker from Solid Silver thought it was a great idea too. Spencer and fellow producer Fletch got cracking on a remix following work they had done on (Desyfer – 831) together.

The new track was signed by Northern Exposure a brand new label and used as the first release (NEXP001), Northern Exposure is a sister label of (Hooj Choons / Lost Language / Solaris Recordings etc) the track as been released on vinyl with the B side being the D Dub Remix.
The D Dub Remix was played on the Radio 1 Essential Mix by John Digweed live at the Warehouse Project in Manchester on 13 October 2007.

Vinyl Release:
Side 1: Desyfer & Fletch Remix
Side 2: D Dub Remix

Digital Download:
Track 1: Desyfer & Fletch Remix
Track 2: D Dub Remix
Track 3: Fletch Big Remix
Track 4: Desyfer Remix
Track 5: Fletch Dub Remix
Track 6: Original Mix

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Dave Seaman plays Phoenix – Rise Up (D Dub Remix) on Therapy Sessions 4 on Beat-Radio.com 01 November 2007.

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This weekend John Digweed played the D Dub Remix of Phoenix – Rise Up, the new track produced by myself and Spencer Hickson, on BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix live from the Warehouse Project in Manchester. mainimage radio-1-em

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John Digweed played “Phoenix – Rise Up (D Dub Remix)” at this year’s SW4 in London’s Clapham Common.

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