Air is not faking or bragging when it says "Everybody Hertz." "10000 Hertz Legend" was one of the albums that will stay as a mark of year 2001 the euphoria has of course passed, but the inevitable influence of the album is still in the "air."
However, although everybody "hertz," it's absolutely natural that everybody "hertz" in a slightly different way. This album of remixes shows just some of the possibilities and themes that can be "hertzed" about.
Modjo, Hacker, and Malibu, among others, remix three tracks from last year's Air album, with the song "Don't Be Light" reincarnated five times, receiving a jazzy techno facelift.
Jack Lahana has made the letter reading in "People In The City" downright crazy, while someone by the name of Neptune has turned "Don't Be Light" into a song about sex. The CD also has a new track from Air itself of the spacey-touchy type and a live video for "People In The City."
In general, there are two types of remixes: those that have little meaning without the original version and remixes that are understandable on their own. Unfortunately, the album is mostly made up of the former. But this probably just depends on the individual remixer.