While U.K. techno maven Jamie Lidell's early releases explored the outer fringes of the nascent mid-90's experimental techno scene, by 2000 he had morphed into an authentic soul vocalist as one half of the duo Supercollider. MULTIPLY ADDITIONS presents remixed or otherwise reworked versions from his breakthrough 2005 solo album, MULTIPLY. The remixes, though, never distract from the gruff Otis Redding-styled vocal inflections of Lidell, whose powerful performances take center stage. The collection features the talents of such contemporaries as Herbert, Luke Vibert, and Gonzalez--all of whom lend their distinctive sonic imprint to the proceedings. The tracks are reimagined as everything from skeletal funk in the vein of Prince to piano-driven numbers, as in the rousing 12-bar blues of "Multiply (In a Minor Key)." Surprising and unexpected, MULTIPLY ADDITIONS is a remix album that will have soul-music pundits wondering if it's real or if it's Memorex.