Mexican Flyer Remix Tracks Inspired by Space Channel 5

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Mexican Flyer Remix Tracks Inspired by Space Channel 5
Format(s): CD
Record label: Tokuma Japan Communications
Artist: Ken Woodman & His Piccadilly Brass
Release Date RRP Code
Compact Disc
JP
¥1,905 (2,000)2,000i[1] TKCA-71863

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Mexican Flyer Remix Tracks Inspired by Space Channel 5 is a maxi-single consisting of "Mexican Flyer" from the Sega Dreamcast game Space Channel 5, plus five remixes. It was released in Japan shortly after the release of the game.

Track list

1. Adam F Remix (5:38)
Remix by: Adam F
2. Mexican Flyer 2000 (5:46)
Remix by: Dr. Pris & Dr. Rachael
3. Gomi's Layer No Vox Mix (10:38)
Remix by: Gomi
4. Tinyvoice, Production Remix (5:38)
Remix by: Ryosuke Imai
5. Mexican Flyer (Original) (2:35)
6. Snowbird Mix (10:04)
Remix by: Kenji Eno
Running time: 40:19

Production credits

  • Producer: Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Sega)
  • Assistant Producer: Mineko Okamura (Sega)
  • A&R Producer: Masakazu Sakuma (Five Nine Factory), Kenya Orita (Voice & Rhythm Entertainment)
  • A&R Director: Shigeharu Suda (TJC)
  • Mastering Engineer: Mitsuo Koike
  • Mastering Studio: AST Mastering Studios
  • Production Coordinator: Nobuhiko Shimizu (Sega), Yumiko Mouri (Sega), Mariko Takeda (Sega)
  • UK Coordination: Base Planning Ltd
  • Superviser: Mitsuo Machida (TJC)
  • Sales Promotor: Sadao Ueda (TJC)
  • Art Direction & Design: Masahiro Magik Kobayashi (Sega)
  • Executive Producer: Hiroshi Matsui (TJC)
Source:
Back cover[1]


Physical scans

CD, JP
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Cover

External links

References


Space Channel 5

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Books: Space Channel 5 Gyun Gyun Book (2000) | Prima's Official Strategy Guide: Space Channel 5 (2000)
Music: Space Channel 5 Planet Dance (2000) | Space Channel 5 Mexican Flyer (2000) | Space Channel 5 Original Soundtrack (2000) | Mexican Flyer Remix Tracks Inspired by Space Channel 5 (2000)

Prereleases: Space Channel 5 Ulala The Movie (1999) |
Sega Dreamcast
Space Channel 5 Taikenban
Sega Dreamcast
Prototypes: 2000-04-20
Space Channel 5 logo Space Channel 5 series of games
Sega Dreamcast
Space Channel 5 Ulala The Movie (1999) | Space Channel 5 (2000) | Space Channel 5: Part 2 (2002)
Mobile phone
Ulala no Channel J (2001)
Sony PlayStation 2
Space Channel 5: Special Edition (2003)
Game Boy Advance
Space Channel 5: Ulala's Cosmic Attack (2003)
Windows PC
Xbox Live Arcade
PlayStation 3 PlayStation Network
Space Channel 5: Part 2 (2011)
Sony PlayStation 4
Space Channel 5 VR Kinda Funky News Flash! (2019)
Space Channel 5 related media
Music
Space Channel 5 Planet Dance (2000) | Space Channel 5 Original Soundtrack (2000) | Mexican Flyer Remix Tracks Inspired by Space Channel 5 (2000) | Space Channel 5 Mexican Flyer (2000) | Space Channel 5 Part 2 Soundtrack Volume "Chu!!" (2002) | Space Channel 5 Part 2 Soundtrack Volume "Hey!!" (2002) | Space Channel 5 Part 2 Uki Uki ★ Non Stop Mega Mix (2002) | Space Channel 5 Part 2 Moji Moji ★ Can't Stop Remix (2002) | Space Channel 5 Part 2 Uha Uha ★ Readymade Remixes (2002) | Space Channel 5 20th Anniversary "GyunGyun Selection" (2019)
Book
Space Channel 5 Gyun Gyun Book (2000) | Prima's Official Strategy Guide: Space Channel 5 (2000) | Space Channel 5 Part 2 Sugoku Sugoi Guide Book (2002)
Toy
figma Ulala: Cheery White ver. (2017) | figma Ulala: Exciting Orange ver. (2017)