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1. This Binary Universe
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2. Crazy Itch Radio
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3. Poetica
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4. DJ in the Mix 3
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5. Push the Button
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6. The Last Resort
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7. The Politics of Dancing, Vol.
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8. Nightmusic, Vol. 1
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9. Viva
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10. Tranceport
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11. Verve Remixed
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12. Discovery
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13. Transitions
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14. Gabriel & Dresden
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15. Original Pirate Material
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16. Ultra Dance 07
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17. Renaissance Presents: Sequential
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18. A Grand Don't Come for Free
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19. Dreamland
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20. State of Trance 2005

1. This Binary Universe
by Digital Sound
Audio CD (29 August, 2006)
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Asin: B000G8OZ16
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars BT's Magnum Opus
First, let me address the 'business' part of this review.With "This Binary Universe", BT has managed to do what few other artists have in the last few years: add innovation and value to purchasing music.We have an album composed natively in 5.1 surround sound, with an added bonus of seven inspiring (and synchronized) short movies to go with seven magnificent tracks.This album is something I literally ran to the stores to buy (sorry Amazon, needed it in my hands today).
5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful through and through
Not much else to say about the music itself from all of the other wonderful reviews below, but I will say that the music does stand alone without the visuals.They go nicely together, but it's very interesting to listen to the music, watch the videos, and go back and listen to the music again--there's so much going on that you miss.The brain can't take it all in.
5-0 out of 5 stars Toss the CD, Keep the DVD in a safe!
I have been a BT fan for years ~ not as much as some, but enough so that I have turned a lot of friends onto his amazing and unique music.When I first received This Binary Universe, I saved it for my trip to work (midnight shift) and listened to the CD as I drove.I must say, first listen to the CD was disappointing; it sounded harsh, overly electronic, with stutters and noises that sounded disjointed and purposeless.I had to remember from the previous reviews that the DVD was the jewel of this pack, and waited until this morning to have a listen without interruption.
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Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance    3. Dance Music    4. House    5. Nu Breaks    6. Pop    7. Progressive House    8. Progressive Trance    9. United States of America   


2. Crazy Itch Radio
by Xl Recordings
Audio CD (12 September, 2006)
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Asin: B000GW8AUY
Sales Rank: 1772
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Crazy Carnival
By Crazy Itch Radio, Basement Jaxx has perfected their craft of mixing loud pompous and danceable music with diva-like or soulful female vocals. While the formula hasn't differed much since the splendid Rooty and the slightly uneven Kish Kash, the music here still seeks to thrill.
4-0 out of 5 stars Tune Into Crazy Itch Radio
As far back as their 1999 debut, Remedy, Basement Jaxx has always had a mad scientist's knack for melding contagious grooves with wildly unconventional genres.If I had to venture a description of their sound, it's something like a cross between cutting edge House, 70s Funk, and a dash of World Music with a little of the Fantanas thrown in for kitchen-sink cache.(Yes, Wanta Fanta?)
2-0 out of 5 stars What Happened? Jaxx - the Law of Diminishing Returns...Ugh!
As a long time Jaxx fans who got into them long ago (in the mid 90s when they were still just doing remixes and releasing bootlegs on their Atlantic Jaxx label), I can safely say...this album SUCKS big time. Imagine everything you liked about the Jaxx watered-down, thinned-out, pounded down into pure pablum.That's CRAZY ITCH RADIO...switch the channel.OK, I'll give it two stars for the mildly hooky HUSH BOY single (which just sounds like a pale imitation of OH MY GOSH from last year) and EVERYBODY, which barely hints at the kind of off-kilter, dark, sexy, dangerous jungle-jack-house they used to deliver in spades - what in the heck happened?! In trying to crossover to the mainstream and a naked bid for US radio play, the Jaxx has abandoned all their strengths, so they're simply left with...no hits, hooks, or hit singles to speak! Sad but true, there really isn't much to recommend here, as all the traxx seemingly melt together into one banal, forgettable groove. I am very, very disappointed. Still, this is comfort food for Jaxx fans, who might snap it up, but there's nothing new, nothing daring, nothing astonishing here, just middle-of-the-road traxx done much more inventive before. A shame really - as the Jaxx are/were one of the most out-of-the-box dance acts ever. Maybe the remixes with salvage it? Don't hold your breath. As Malcolm McLaren once said: ALL THAT SCRATCHIN'S MAKING ME ITCH! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance    3. Dance Music    4. England    5. House    6. Left-Field House    7. Pop    8. Progressive House   


3. Poetica
by Made Records
Audio CD (27 June, 2006)
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Asin: B000FBFTH8
Sales Rank: 2310
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars is it love?you bet...
Once again Iio keeps it real and delivers another stellar single.First caught it on XM radio and couldn't believe me ears.From Rapture to Is it love...still masterful, superb dance!

5-0 out of 5 stars Stellar album
Poetica is awesome. Every single track on the album is stellar. My personal favorites are chastity, rebel, runaway & tantric not to mention the hits rapture, at the end, kiss you & is it love.Every single track is quality. Nadia's voice stands out from all other bands in the electronic/trance genre.If you like the 4 Strings material really consider Poetica (both bands have great vocals) though the beats are a bit slower, which better complements the sultry vocals.Truly unique. There aren't many albums out in this genre like this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars The vocals make this album...
OVerall, very good pop/club music album. It's rare to see "albums" in the electronic/club music market and very few good vocals. It's mainly a DJ/music producers' showcase. This album really highlights the voice of Nadia Ali. The music/production ranges from average to good but the vocals are consistently great and really make this album worth buying and listening to. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Music    3. Dance-Pop    4. Pop    5. Progressive House    6. Rock/Pop   


4. DJ in the Mix 3
by Water Music Records
Audio CD (09 May, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 4438
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars good, and has the classic atb cheese
The track selection is very good, the order of them is very well thought out.Atb has talent, and also this bit of cheese about him.Both are shown with this cd.If you like vocals, you'll definitely like this cd.

5-0 out of 5 stars finally nailed it !
this is undoubtedly the best of the 3 In the Mix Editions released. Perfect song selection, perfect mixing.

4-0 out of 5 stars ATB- DJ in the Mix 3
Trance superstar ATB is a gifted musician.Ever since the club anthem "9 PM (Till I Come)", I have been hooked to Andre's catchy guitar riffs, meaningful choruses, and creative hooks.ATB is not thoroughly known for his DJ skills as much of his production skills.I admit that I was slightly hesitant about purchasing this mix, because I was not too impressed with "DJ in the Mix 1", which was released in 2004.The mixing was excellent on the previous mix, but the song selection was a little weak.Other than PVD's "Time of Our Lives" and the four ATB tracks/remixes, I lost interest in most of the songs.On "DJ in the Mix 3", Andre definately learned from his mistakes.The tracks are some of the freshest trance anthems and vocal tracks from the past year or so, as opposed to using some older and outdated tracks like on Volume 1.Disc One, which I believe is the stronger of the two, begins with the new unreleased ATB single "Summer Rain".The track is excellent and sounds very mature for ATB's production credentials.Other excellent tracks that stand out on the disc is Giuseppe Ottaviani's hypnotic "Linking People", Above & Beyond and Andy Moor's collaberation "Air for Life", the more upbeat Tiesto "UR" remixed by Junkie XL, the club hit by Markus Schulz and Gabriel and Dresden "Without Your Near", Mark Norman's "Touchdown", and "Close Your Eyes" by Headstrong.On to Disc Two, which is a little softer and slower than Disc One, but still has some upbeat and impressive moments.Some highlights on the mix are "Open Your Eyes" by Nalin and Kane and the slower mix of ATB's "Summer Rain".The mixing on "DJ in the Mix 3" is superior, which I did not expect because I usually do not think of ATB as a DJ.The mix keeps you going and tuned in from start to finish, especially on Disc One.Now I see why ATB was voted the #9 DJ in the world for 2005. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance    3. Dance Collections    4. Dance Music    5. Pop    6. Progressive House    7. Progressive Trance    8. Trance   


5. Push the Button
by Astralwerks / Emd
Audio CD (25 January, 2005)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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If it wasn't for the revolutionary artwork, it would be easy to suspect that the Chemical Brothers were parodying their roles as electronic musicians with that album title. After all, people have accused the genre of sounding redundant for years. But while contemporaries like the Prodigy and Fatboy Slim fall by the wayside, on their fifth studio album Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons sound positively reinvigorated, as the dreamy textures of 2002's Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Chemical Brothers Album!
This was worth the wait. Their follow-up to the slammin' Come With Us, has that same Chemical Brothers' sound, without being formulaic or stale.
3-0 out of 5 stars I love TV commercials
I bought this CD because I like Galvanize-the Budweiser song.For some reason, this song just makes me smile.It has a good beat, etc, etc...I give it "82".the rest of the CD is good to, has good beats.I like it and I do listen to the entire thing, not just the song I like most.

5-0 out of 5 stars My favourite choice from 2005
Going back 1 year ago, I remember enjoying "Galvanize" from the very first time I listened to it; the song was played everywhere in town for quite a while but the initial appeal stood intact... At that point, I heard and saw the exceptional video of "Believe" and decided to get such promising album; once playing it, "The Boxer", "Hold Tight London" & "Marvo Ging" were easily raised to the same level of creativity of "Galvanize" and "Believe". By the end of the year, "The Big Jump" totally captured me, up to the point where I am now - placing "Push The Button" as my favourite album from 2005. As far as my taste for electronic music goes, The Chemical Brothers are still on the frontline at this stage of their career and this album can tell you why... ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Big Beat    2. Club/Dance    3. Dance Music    4. Electronic    5. Electronica    6. England    7. Funky Breaks    8. House    9. Pop    10. Progressive House   


6. The Last Resort
by Poker Flat
Audio CD (17 October, 2006)
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Asin: B000HIVSH4
Sales Rank: 1010
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Dark and Overpowering
This is the first album I have ever seen from this group but it is a great one.Each track seems to flow into the next one.The music has such beautiful bass and rhythm to it.Most of the beats are quite simple, but the bass adds an extraordinary layer to it.
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Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Electronic    3. Pop   


7. The Politics of Dancing, Vol. 2
by Mute U.S.
Audio CD (20 September, 2005)
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Sales Rank: 5042
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Highs and Lows
Once I heard Transatlantic, I was instantly hooked. Cd one has highs and lows, as if, works of genius are spaced out as a break for the listener. Not bad, definitely a work of originality. Lolo why? is typical van dyk, if you like the other side. Thomas Datt alone depicts the feeling of being alone. You have to experience it for yourself. Highs are Transatlantic, Alone, Summerdream, Someday, Falling anywhere & Linking People. A lot of big names such as Angello and Ingrosso Marco V, Mark Norman, Holden and Thompson & Kyau vs. Albert.

5-0 out of 5 stars First Actual Trance Album
I put it on, in the car, on my way to work. It starts off at a lower tempo and gradually picks up. Its an awaesome ride from start to finish. And I HATE having to change to disc two.. its wastes time!

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific
Wonderful CD. High beat songs combined with nice melodies. A complete energizer on its own. Great to listen to while working out at the Gym, you will do miracles.
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Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Music    3. Electronic    4. Germany    5. House    6. Pop    7. Progressive House    8. Progressive Trance    9. Trance   


8. Nightmusic, Vol. 1
by Water Music Records
Audio CD (07 February, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 6248
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Sometimes...
...we all need a break from the sun-and-beach melodies that seem to clog the trance genre nowadays.This it is - looming on the horizon like some sort of monolithic epic, with nothing but a cold, black shot of some windmills in the middle of nowhere staring you in the face; you'll get chills just putting the disc in the tray.In what will surely be remembered as a hallmark year for trance music lovers, Steve Helstrip delivers a double disc effort that is head and shoulders above the rest.From the moment disc one plays, the vibe is cold and spacey, almost desperate, but not lifeless.Battered between the funked-up abusive bass of Andy Moor, and Ferry Corsten's droning low frequencies for the few vocal cuts, disc one just explodes with devastating impact on tracks like "Skyform - Infinite" and the over-played destined-to-be-classic "Haylon - Starfighter" (the hypnotic offbeat synth is incredible).The pace is unrelenting for the rest of disc one, though not in the usual sugar sweet uplifting trance fashion - the whole disc has a stark, incredibly bleak feel owing a lot to the track selection.Dripping wet, cold, starving and shaking like a sick heroine addict that ran out of black-tar relief, you'll be left begging for more.
5-0 out of 5 stars Surprise of the year?!?...
Very very impressed with this album from The Thrillseekers. I've listened to a few live sets from him and saw him live while in the UK a few years ago and felt some were very good while others lacked a little something. I must say though this double disc really is quite the surprise... great tunes on both discs, doubt you'll find filler here. Definitely one of the best albums I've bought to date.
5-0 out of 5 stars Good flow
This album has a great flow from track to track which defines any good trance album. The highlights on disc one are tracks 1, 5, & 6. The Thrillseekers exemplify solid trance here. A little Paul Van Dykish on Summer Sessions. Definitely worth the price for a double disc. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Euro-Dance    3. Pop    4. Progressive House    5. Rock/Pop Collections    6. Trance   


9. Viva
Audio CD (27 June, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 4238
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Seeps into your consciousness...
I have a few of Steve Lawler's "tribal" mixes and was expecting more of the same.Not even close.No Dark Drums here.This, to me anyhow, is a new sound for Steve Lawler and, seems to me, a new sound in "techno" music.I am not technically proficient when it comes to labels, genres and the various terminology that adequately explains the various forms of electronic music.But I know what I feel and this one feels good.
4-0 out of 5 stars An excellent complilation
In the cd description on Amazon it says Day (Disc) 1 is a warm up; Day 2 is "mental;" and Day 3 is ambient.This description for Days 1 and 2 is misleading and somewhat vague (I have know idea what "mental" is supposed to mean).Anyway, here is a more proper description from Steve Lawler himself (taken from an interview from Beatfactor):
5-0 out of 5 stars A mesmerizing masterpiece.
Lights Out 3 had some merit but basically I did not get into it like I'm getting into Viva. This is a mesmerizing masterpiece that gets better with each listen. 3 CDs folks and they are all hot. Buy it. You'll be thanking me, I guarantee. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Dance    2. England    3. House    4. Progressive House   


10. Tranceport
by Kinetic / Ada
Audio CD (03 November, 1998)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Of all the genres within electronic music, trance probably gets the worst rap. The music is guilty by association with the hippies that worship it with a religious-like fervor. And if executed poorly, its dramatic crescendos sound like pretentious, pompous pap. But a good trance DJ can save a string of the genre's records from falling down the drain of all-too-common gargantuan breakdowns and endless wind-ups. Paul Oakenfold might be the DJ to rescue trance from itself; Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Audio Dynamite!!
This is it.This is the one I listen to when I want to escape my world.I turn the key, put the disc in, set the volume to 32 and hit 1st gear.For the next hour i'm Tranceport..ed into the realm of surreal sounds, rythmic beats and futuristic waves of emotion as the music thumps all around me in my cocoon, er, corvette.It's that good.And the Gamemaster remix is second to none.Can't sum it up any better than that.

5-0 out of 5 stars THIS IS A FIVE STAR MIX!!
I'm still searching for a Trance CD better than this.If you like trance at all you'll grow to LOVE this CD if you give it a chance!I hope you get this CD for your own sake becasue it will bring you hours of joy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Whatever you do, don't start with this
First of all, I'm no expert.I have no insight into the world of trance music or its nuances.This is more of a Joe Lunchpail accidental discovery review.For what its worth.
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Subjects:  1. Acid House    2. Club/Dance    3. Dance    4. Dance Music    5. Goa Trance    6. House    7. Pop    8. Producer    9. Progressive Trance    10. Remixing    11. Trance   


11. Verve Remixed
by Universal
Audio CD (30 April, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The manipulation of classic jazz tracks has been part of DJ club culturesince the '80s, as artists have continually scratched, looped, and sampled beatsand phrases. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional Lounge!
A must have for your collection: From Tricky's FUNKINESS with Billie Holiday's Strange Fruit To the LAID BACK COOLNESS of Sarah Vaughn's SummerTime remix by UFO. You will enjoy the sounds... Please take note that if you are a top-40 junky these tunes are probably NOT for you.

2-0 out of 5 stars Worst of the series
I have all three of the "Verve Remixed" CDs. This one is the worst. On this CD, I just cannot see the point of mangling these old recordings. I found no compelling rhythms at all.
5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliantly Groovy and Funky !
Not many CD's make you heart skip a beat the moment you listen to them. This is definitely one of those rare finds. And this is why:
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12. Discovery
by Virgin Records
Audio CD (13 March, 2001)
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The French twosome behind Daft Punk, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo, get away with an awful lot. They go around impersonating aliens and robots in their interviews, they put records out only once every three years, and they make music that evokes a million other artists--while not really sounding like any of them. The keyboard noodlings of Jean-Michel Jarre are in there somewhere, along with the otherworldly imagery and giant hooks of '70s rock icons like Boston or even Electric Light Orchestra. There are dashes of Read more

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Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance    3. Electronica    4. France    5. House    6. Left-Field House    7. Pop    8. Progressive House    9. Rock   


13. Transitions
by Thrive (Red)
Audio CD (27 June, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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John Digweed has kept busy in recent years, with everything from remix records (like last year's Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Silky smooth...
The great thing about John Digweed as that as he matures so too does his music.He stays on top of his game introducing us to new artists and new styles of music mixed with his own touch of magic.Like all truly great mixes this one bears repeat plays to unfold its subtleties, the rumbling bass grooves and the airy, almost symphonic, atmosphere.
4-0 out of 5 stars John Digweed- Transitions
John Digweed once again shows why he is one of the best DJ's in the world, and this time he doesn't disappoint."Transitions" is mostly compiled of tech-house tracks, blended with some progressive trance and electronica.The tracks coincide with one another and flow nicely, keeping the pace of the set energetic and doesn't get boring.Of course, the tracks are superbly mixed by Digweed, with in my opinion, the new Digweed single "Warung Beach" remix standing out the most."Transitions" ends stongly with the last four tracks.This new mix stands between Digweed's earlier, darker Global Underground Series and 2004's "Fabric 20" when it comes to sound: not too dark and not too housy sounding- just right.

4-0 out of 5 stars Incredible Track Selection
Mixing is so incredibly important, and often overlooked (Here it's overlooked because the track choices are flawless, there's not enough time to appreciate the craftsmenship). The name of the album "transitions" argues for seamless connections between differing genres. "On the Run" was a complete surprise to me (seemingly out of left-field for a house release). I had heard it in sets this year, and just didn't expect the song to find itself in an album like digweeds. The song is just so incredible, you'd expect the big boys to avoid it because of its popularity. If that song wasn't in the album there would be an element lacking (that unspecified trance element; one that adds an emotional depth). Typically this new house sound with the tek vibe is characterized by its base and overall simplicity (my opinion)- but overall its a party tool. There's a big difference between a dj set and an album. People are listening to this cd before they go to the club -in their homes and cars. More subdued environments. After the great intro tracks, i feel like there are fifteen minutes of a true transition; taking us from the beginning to the end. Not all that impressive, but its relatively short. Once you've noticed the techier side of dance the 41st minute hits in (Roots 4 Acid). After that, there's no going back. The Grand Finale starts with Warung Beach at about minute 55. A great remix of digweed's track. Digweed just knows how to end albums (Fabric 20 : Vertigo ; AOL DJ : Phat As), here he ends with two unbelievablememories- McEnroe and Gebruenn Gebruenn. Historically, I havn't been the greatest digweed fan, but his last three releases have been monsters. I consider this his best release (period). 4.5/5 ... Read more

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14. Gabriel & Dresden
by Organized Nature
Audio CD (08 August, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 3540
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars groundbreaking
this album is amazing thats all that needs to be said. It is unlike anythingI've heard from the electronica scene. It came out a couple months ago but is constantly on my playlist, I can't stop listening to it. I do not know how else to describe it but this album is a must have.

4-0 out of 5 stars not my cup of tea but...
i just got it and i must say i am shocked. it is completely not what i expected. i assumed the tracks would be more along the lines of A Perfect Lie and the Wings remix. they no doubt whent in a different direction this time it just happens that it isnt one i like. thats not to say the album is bad, i think it excels in what it tries to do. nevertheless i liked a lot Let Go, Enemy, Mass Repeat and of course Tracking Treasure Down, there where just too many low key moments for me. the guys are great and the album also has great production quality.

3-0 out of 5 stars Something about it didnt hit me right
Bloom was a good album. It was innovative, deep, and progressive. Unfortunately, this last album didnt take hold of the same feeling. Gabriel and Dresden have taken what seems to be the new direction many DJ's have been going in...music creation over music mixing. This is not to say that creation is a terrible thing. The genre needs a new direction, and the only way it will suceed is by experimenting with new sounds. The only problem with this current "new sound" trend is that it doesnt eminate the same kind of emotion that good progressive, trance, and house has in the past. Essentially, Gabriel and Dresden in their new album are looking for something new to bring to the table.I might even go so far as to say that a few of their songs stand out as being better than average.That is something to be commended. Techno is going nowhere without experimentation. But when I buy a CD, listen to it 3 times, and put it away to collect dust and give a listen to "some other time", that particular album in my books was not something to be amazed with. Therefore "Gabriel and Dresden" the album, is in my rating, "average". ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Music    3. Electronic    4. Pop    5. Progressive House   


15. Original Pirate Material
by Vice/Atlantic
Audio CD (22 October, 2002)
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Asin: B00006L88F
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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In a thrilling UK Garage scene, blighted only by a reliance on drippy soul cliché and tiresome braggadocio, The Streets' eminently quotable Mike Skinner may just be the voice to take it to the next level with Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars instantly a favorite!!!!
for whatever reasons i panned his latest album....mike skinner, by virtue of this debut album> enters genius-status...hall-of-famer and all in 4 listens of my first day ever hearing this obvious classic.
5-0 out of 5 stars Classic
Ok here's the scoop.Mike Skinner has done something wonderful to the UK Garage scene.He has dropped an album that is appealing to absolutely everyone who can get their hands on it.It doesn't matter where you are in the world, your feeling his stuff, this man is the truth!!
4-0 out of 5 stars I don't even listen to rap and I still give it 4 stars
My buddy had played me a couple of tracks from this CD a year or two ago, and it had stayed with me ever since. So I finally sought out this album.
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Subjects:  1. 2-Step/British Garage    2. Club/Dance    3. Dance Music    4. Electronic    5. Garage Rap/Grime    6. Garage/House    7. Pop   


16. Ultra Dance 07
by Ultra Records
Audio CD (24 January, 2006)
list price: $19.98 -- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B000CCZQNM
Sales Rank: 9276
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars 2-3 good songs per disc, most mixes are LAME
Imagine having some of your favorite songs that have been remixed, now imagine the best remix on the album. You won't find it on these albums. For example, the remix of "Dare" and "Precious" are both tepid at best. It's almost as if the producer just picked the lamest remix of each song and put it on these albums.
5-0 out of 5 stars Get a grip, people......
Oh, why must everyone hate this CD so much? I thought some might appreciate it once you saw it had the Peter Rauhofer remix of "Toxic" on here. Am I the only one here who likes this CD??
3-0 out of 5 stars It's ok...
First of all, Mr. Pac Dan has got to be out his mind.Apparently he doesn't go to clubs because Jacques LuCont's "Mr. Brightside" Remix killed dance floors all last year ESPECIALLY in Miami.Good tracks on this disc but you won't find anything groundbreaking.You may want to investigate Ministry of Sound's annual or Sander Kleinenberg/Lee Burridge "Everybody On Tour" if you're looking to experiment.This disc isn't bad but it's nothing you can't hear in Abercrombie. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Collections    3. Dance Music    4. Dance-Pop    5. Euro-Dance    6. Euro-Pop    7. Pop    8. Progressive House    9. V/a Compilations   


17. Renaissance Presents: Sequential
by Thrive (Red)
Audio CD (25 April, 2006)
list price: $21.98 -- our price: $17.99
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Asin: B000EQHX8W
Sales Rank: 1984
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Yes, people still do listen to techno...
This is an incredible and consistent mix.His first two mixes on the Renaissance label were excellent, techno that isn't cheesy, television theme music or cheesy trance-y type schmaltz that passes for "techno" these days (no Tiesto here...).This is deep and delicious.
5-0 out of 5 stars Hernan Cattaneo- Reniassance Presents: Sequential
I first heard Hernan's mixing on 2002's album "South America", under Perfecto Records.I have always (and still) admired Paul Oakenfold for being one of the pioneers of the electronica/trance genre, so I picked up the album.In sheer amazement, I was surprised.In 2004 and 2005 Hernan released two albums under Reniassance, and this year, under his own new series, Hernan Cattaneo releases "Sequential."Like the previous albums,"Sequential" is blended extremely well with minimal dull tracks.In fact, the tracks seem that they were made to be mixed in Hernan's order.Disc One has the classic progressive and trance sound of Hernan, with excellent tracks from Way Out West and remixes from Hernan himself.Disc Two is the better mix of the two with Danny Howell's "Cram It Up Your Cramhole", Hernan's remix of Nick Muir's "I Feel Real", and Eddie F's "Breather" and Hernan and John Tonks "Sirocco" ending the mix very strongly.It seems this mix has alot of edits and remixes from Hernan, and wonders if we will see many more to come."Sequential" is just as good as "Perfecto Presents South America" and should not be overlooked.Hernan was ranked #7 in the top DJ poll for 2005, but watch that spot in 2006.One of the best mixes of 2006.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better Stronger Faster - Hernán Cattáneo
Taken from Cram it Up Your Cram Hole (solid name for a house song) - Song 4 on disc 2.This set is definitely better and stronger, but with just the right speed at the right time.Hernán does it again.
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Subjects:  1. Dance    2. Dance Music    3. Pop    4. Progressive House   


18. A Grand Don't Come for Free
by Vice/Atlantic
Audio CD (18 May, 2004)
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Asin: B0001XARU4
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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With beats that mix hip-hop, R&B, and UK garage, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Funny and poignant storytelling disguised as brit-hop
I love this album. The song cycle is the tale of one crappy day in the life of the singer. The songs are like great short stories, laced with observant details about life's minutiae. The melodies in the refrains are very pretty. And the beats and production are creative and solid. The whole thing hangs together really well. I keep coming back to this album, and keep introducing it to friends.

3-0 out of 5 stars See also Blur (Parklife, Think Tank)
From http://www.screenonline.org.uk/film/id/594201/
5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Storytelling
Although it is quite obvious within the first ten second of listening to "A Grand Don't Come For Free" that the lead singer, Mike Skinner, is not an amazingly talented vocalist.The quality of this album comes not from his vocal abilities, but rather from his ability to tell a great story throughout the album.Through the spoken-word-esque lyrics on this CD, Skinner tells us the story of life, love, and dissapointment and much more.His ability to connect with young adults makes this a memorable album.If you're simply looking for great singing, look elsewhere.On the other hand, if you're looking for a great album by a masterful songwriter, then "A Grand Don't Come For Free" is for you. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. 2-Step/British Garage    2. British Rap    3. Electronic    4. Garage Rap/Grime    5. Garage/House    6. Pop    7. Rock   


19. Dreamland
by Arista
Audio CD (30 July, 1996)
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Asin: B000002VRQ
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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A Swiss-born, Italian-raised pianist, Robert Miles serves up numbingly repetitive but lively sub-Moroder disco for 66 unrelenting minutes. While it may make Vangelis sound like Mozart by comparison on the home stereo, this is evidently sheer magic under the mirrorballs of Ibiza, Paris, and Scarborough.Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Underground legend Robert Miles' first and greatest composition of music on one CD.
I first heard the radio version of Children when I was 13 years old.I had later learned that it was the first techno/trance track to reach the Billboard top 100. That track had such an effect on me, I could not forget the sounds and melodies of the radio version of it until I finally owned a copy of it 8 years later.I listened to Fable, Fantasya, Landscape, and the rest of the album and I realized that Robert Miles, who spear-headed the Dreamhouse category of Techno/Trance, is truly the greatest mixer/music writer of all that is instrumental.His melodies and piano and excellent use of synths on this album are a stroke of true musical expression and feeling; truly one of a kind and extraordinary.Remember, the international hit heard on the radio "Children" is ONLY on the import.Yes, it is worth the extra cash.

5-0 out of 5 stars Mmm Good Stuff
Yeah this album was a bit of a surprise.Usually the earlier you go in trance the more simplistic and poor quality the synths.This is put together as well as anyone could these days.It's certainly not the trance I'm used to (Tiesto, AVB, etc...), but I really like this!It's a welcomed change...It's a lot slower and ambient than most trance, and it's not mixed continuously.If you're familiar with a lot of songs that get mixed a lot, you'll know what I'm talking about.Generally they get pumped up, sped up, and have more sounds added in/changed when they get mixed.This is very melodical, and if you're in the right mood is quite enjoyable.
5-0 out of 5 stars techno music with melody
Most techno albums sound repetitive.You can listed to them only once or twice.But this album is different.It has melody.
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Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. House    3. Pop    4. Popular Music    5. Progressive House    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop    8. Trance   


20. State of Trance 2005
by Ultra Records
Audio CD (05 April, 2005)
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Asin: B0007PIE0G
Sales Rank: 4575
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Tranceriffic!
Hands down, by far the best Trance CD I have ever heard.It takes off from the beginning and just doesn't let up.Especially on disc two.That's my favorite of the pair because of it mostly being instrumental music.Very little singing is features on disc two, and what little singing there is comes across mostly percussive and rhythmic.All except for one track which makes me pull my teeth out because it's so abjectly horrible. Said tract is "Ballerina" and I really wish he would've skipped over that one altogether.It sounds like a REALLY BAD Rufus Wainwright performance, and that's one artist I absolutely can NOT stand.Other than that one major snag, the entire CD pair is pretty much flawless.I'll definitely check out more of Amin's discs as a result of the good impression I got from this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Acquired Taste
The 2 disc set contains some trance which I would consider an acquired taste. By this I mean, you may like it, and you may not. But after you listen to it more and more, it sort of grows on you. However, if you're in search of hardcore trance, this is not the set for you. It's good music don't get me wrong. Just, not exactly what I was looking for.

4-0 out of 5 stars Magical
It is a very very good trance cd.Obviously with better songs than others, Halycon and Beyond Horizon, and Space Guitar is also a good taste of very catchy melodic trance.Some of Armin's best work, very good melodic trance, the low points of the cds prevent this from becoming a 5, but I WOULD STRONGLY SUGGEST BUYING THIS SET. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance    3. Dance Music    4. House    5. Pop    6. Progressive House    7. Progressive Trance   


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