Popol Vuh: Revisted & Remixed (1970-1999)" is a double album: Side A contains original Popol Vuh tracks, highlighting their Ambient- and Electronica oeuvre, including 1970's Moog III Synthesizer tracks and selected soundtracks of Werner Herzog's movie-classics Aguirre, Nosferatu and Cobra Verde, Popol Vuh is now the second German Progrock Band after Can getting remixed by a younger generation: Elevating Popol Vuh's music into the 21st Century, Side B introduces their music to a younger audience: It includes tribute remixes by Vienna 's Peter Kruder (Kruder & Dorfmeister), Berlin based electronic Combos Mouse on Mars and Stereolab, Dub experts A Critical Mass, Moritz von Oswald, Thomas Fehlmann (The Orb), deep housed Roland Appel and Alex Bark (Jazzanova), and minimal specialists Mika Vainio (Pan Sonic) and Haswell Hecker. They have remixed Popol Vuh original electronic albums such as Affenstunde, In den Grten Pharaos, and their soundtracks including Aguirre, Nosferatu Heart of Glas, Cobra Verde. Remixes of more lyrical, progrock-oriented, classic Popol Vuh albums like Hosianna Mantra ,Letzte Tage, Letzte Nchte recall the typical Popol Vuh sound including piano journeys, cosmic guitars strings, hypnotic conga drums and lyrical rides.With a new rebirth of Ambient and Progrock, over the past decades, Popol Vuh's music has inspired a younger generation of composers, bands and electronic musicians including Aphex Twin, Stereolab or Mouse on Mars. Currently new Kosmische mouvements are rising in Berlin, London and New York. Produced by Edition Popol Vuh, Johannes Fricke, and technoproducer and DJ Roland Appel, this album is a deep listening journey into Popol Vuh's Electronica and Soundtrack world.