Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix

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Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix
Remix album by The Chemical Brothers
Released May 1997
Genre Electronica, breakbeat

CD1 – 57:28

CD2 – 39:05
Label Virgin Records » Freestyle Dust
Producer Tom Rowlands, Ed Simons
The Chemical Brothers chronology
Dig Your Own Hole
Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix
Brothers Gonna Work It Out

Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix is a promotional mix album by British electronica duo The Chemical Brothers, released in the UK in May 1997 (see 1997 in music). It contains two discs: Disc 1 contains a mix named "Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix"; disc 2 contains an interview with journalist Peter Paphides, of which 38 answers (as 38 tracks) are included. The questions however are left out.

Being a numbered[1] promotional release, it is quite rare nowadays.

This mix was the basis of what would later be released as Brothers Gonna Work It Out.[2]

Its artwork, promotional status, and the idea of having the album one continuous track, is similar to their later In Glint album.

Track listing[edit]

Disc one[edit]

  1. "Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix" – 57:28

It features 18 tracks, these are:

  1. "Brother's Gonna Work It Out" – Willie Hutch
  2. "Not Another Drugstore (Planet Nine Mix)" – The Chemical Brothers
  3. "Block Rockin' Beats (The Micronauts Remix)" – The Chemical Brothers
  4. "Life Is Sweet (Remix 1)" – 3:43 – The Chemical Brothers
  5. "The Jazz" – The Micronauts
  6. "Sidewinder (312 vs. 216 Stomp Mix)" The Serotonin Project
  7. "Planet Rock" – Afrika Bambaata
  8. "Doin' It After Dark (D-Ski's Dance)" – Carlos 'After Dark' Berrios
  9. "Don't Stop The Rock" – Freestyle
  10. "To A Nation Rockin'" – Metro L.A.
  11. "Morning Lemon" – The Chemical Brothers
  12. "Mars Needs Woman" – Meat Beat Manifesto
  13. "Big Beat Souffle" – Fatboy Slim
  14. "Hey Boy, Hey Girl" – The Chemical Brothers
  15. "Another Place Another Time" – Frankie Bones & Lenny Dee
  16. "What You Waitin' For?" – Jungle Brothers
  17. "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)" – The Beatles
  18. "The Private Psychedelic Reel" – The Chemical Brothers

Disc two[edit]

This disc features 38 questions answered by Peter Paphides, although the questions are not given on the sleeve. A track is given for each answer, totalling 38 tracks.


  1. ^ DiscoGS photos of the album case, retrieved on July 13th, 2007.
  2. ^ Koopmanschap, Stefan. "Hooked on Chemicals". Retrieved 2007-07-13.