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Love it!

This album is like the soundtrack to my life...I absolutely love it! Especially vibing on the Bentley, Raul Campos and Nynex tracks...

one of the most versatile collections of remixes ive heard in awhile

this album is amazing. my favorites are to die in la by nynex (i feel like driving down a highway at 80 mph with the wind in my hair), rise from the dead by beat ventriloquist (puts you in a dark and vampy state), sofia by ming and ping (light pop that makes you want to run around in the snow) indian ocean by cry on cue (by far, the one song that i put on repeat for at least five hours a day. it's so beautiful) and up the coast by chris paul and raul campos (this song is just classy with a nice twist... very well done). bravo, ladies & gentleman of west indian girl... you have yourself a nice collection of artists to show case different sides of your already beautiful songs. two incredibly enthusiastic thumbs up.

Love it!

Awesome collection of remixes of one of my favorite bands! I bought the whole thing!


Formed: 2002 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Putting the "spaced" back into space rock, California neo-psychedelicists West Indian Girl play a druggy form of dream pop that takes the contemporary style of the Flaming Lips, Grandaddy, and Mercury Rev as their starting point and add '60s and '70s echoes ranging from the droning freakout side of the Velvet Underground through the phased meandering of early-'70s Pink Floyd to the Beach Boys' spaced-out post-SMiLE period. Though they sound like they've spent their lives within hitchhiking distance...
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