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Where Do We Go From Here
Where Do We Go From Here
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Filter
Title: Where Do We Go From Here
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Reprise / Wea
Release Date: 7/9/2002
Album Type: Single
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 093624244424

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- That's the Way We Like Them -
katrin_onlythegirl | Europe | 07/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There they go again. Their new album has been awaited for three years. And here we got the current single WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE and it is a TRIP. It is pure bliss, power, melody and it rocks so much that I get chills up and down my spine. Again we got hard guitars but it's a whole new sound which Filter created. I WON'T DOWNLOAD any of the new stuff, I will be waiting patiently until they release it. I think it's worth waiting, since Filter resurrected with even more power and magic and Rich's voice is amazing. TWO THUMBS UP !"
The Remixes: Filter-ed for the dancefloor!
J. Taylor | United Kingdom | 08/14/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Tracklist: 1 X-ecutioner's Remix 4:36/ 2 Richard Vission's Vocal Injection Mix 5:42/ 3 Richard Morel's Pink Noise Vocal Mix 8:16/ 4 DJ Hyper Remix 6:57.There is no denying the fact that Filter's vocalist Richard Patrick has a home in clubland. Remix Gods >Peter Rauhofer and >Johnny Vicious respectfully transformed the last 2 modern rock hits, "Take a picture" and "Best things", into blinding, euphoric top 10 club anthems -and the "Title of record" album was successfully marketed to a whole new audience. Now Filter are back with a brand new album, "The Amalgamut", and Reprise have wasted no time in hitting clubland with some powerful club mixes for the lead single "Where do we go from here". The best of the bunch is the dark and moody, full Vocal Mix from Richard Morel. No dancefloor fireworks here; Morel keeps it strictly low-key to huge effect. Patrick's vocals, backed sweetly with the acoustic guitar, glide smoothly over a driving bassline and the pumping beats. Extremely SEXY! Then, sounding very different to anything else that he's worked on, Richard Vission offer's up a slamming slice of dance action with his short Vocal Injection Mix. Mashed up vocals bubble over the delicious house beats and edgy synth sounds. The DJ Hyper Remix hits a lot harder but the vocals almost get lost under the fast Hybrid-like beats and trance stylings. Also included here is the metal-meets-hip hop X-ecutioner's Remix; a stripped down mix that pushes the queer, strained, almost Bjork-like vocals to the fore and excites with hard-edge metal guitar scratchings. All in all, this is a very fine remix package that successfully sets up the new album. Where do they go from here? The only way is up. Another sure-fire top 10 club hit."