After the luxurious compilation of their most acclaimed soundtracks for Werner Herzog, SPV Records continues to celebrate the legacy of Popol Vuh with the release of a new double CD compiling original tracks and remixes. “ Revisited & Remixed (1970-99) ” will be in stores on 24th June to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the death of Florian Fricke, founder and leader of the German group. The first record (Planet Side) is dedicated to some of the most famous compositions of the band, most of them taken from aforementioned soundtracks, specifically from “Nosferatu the Vampyre”, “Cobra Verde” and “Aguirre, the Wrath of God”. There will also be two cuts from “Affenstunde” (Liberty, 1970), their debut album, plus a selection of the band’s late-nineties work. The second disc (Cosmic Side) features a selection of remixes by first-rate house, techno and avant-garde artists, such as Mika Vainio, Moritz Von Oswald, Stereolab and A Critical Mass (the Innervisions supergroup featuring Âme, Henrik Schwarz and Dixon). As a whole, the release seems to be an introduction to the Popol Vuh universe for new generations. Even so, the second disc should be interesting to any open-minded Popol Vuh fan.