Robert Miles - Discography

2011

Th1rt3en [Deluxe Edition] Th1rt3en Remixes Miniature World Th1rt3en Th1rt3en Th1rt3en

2005

Got it all wrong

2004

Miles_Gurtu

2002

Improvisations Part 2 Connections / Separations Pour Te Parler / Wrong / Release Me Pour Te Parler Remixes Organik Remixes

2001

Organik Organik Paths Paths Paths Charged Duck For Cover

1998

Full Moon

1997

Freedom Freedom 23 AM Renaissance Worldwide In the Mix

1996

Children Children Children Children Children Children Dreamland Dreamland Dreamland Dreamland Dreamland Dreamland Dreamland Dreamland Fable Fable Fable Fable One & One One & One One & One One & One One & One One & One Man in the Moon

1995

Soundtracks Red Zone The Horn Ride Children

1994

Ghost Oxygen Vol.1
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Robert Miles

Organik Remixes

CD Album

S:alt Rec

2002

Further developing the collaborative element that had been such a liberating part of 'Organik', 2002 saw the release of a remix album, suitably titled 'Organik Remixes' which assembled reinterpretations of many of the original album tracks by a choice selection of leftfield and dance orientated artists including Future Sound Of London, 2nd Gen, Si Begg Alex Kid, Da Lata and KV5.

Future Sound Of London's pleasingly Beatle-esque reworking of 'Paths' further underscored the visual potential of Miles' music in being used to spearhead Jaguar's Winter 2004/5 TV ad campaign in the UK, while Robert's 'S:alted Remix' was used by Gucci for the launch of their new website in the USA. The mixing of cultures and musical styles that formed such a key part of 'Organik' is particularly evident on this track in both its remixed and original flavours. As Robert himself says "In a city like London that blend is not unusual, but not many other places have that same multi-cultural vibe. That is one of the reasons London is one of the best places in the world for music."

Robert has always enjoyed a very active relationship with his fans and a particularly engaging facet of 'Organik Remixes' is its inclusion of remixes by Kuzu and Fissure, two members of Miles' on-line community who secured their place on the album (and $3000 each) by taking part in a remix competition run through his website.