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ANJUNABEATS VOLUME 1


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  • Audio CD (3 April 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ministry of Sound
  • ASIN: B0000SVWNG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,763 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. What It Feels Like For A Girl (Above And Beyond 12' Club Mix) - Madonna
2. Far From In Love (Original Mix) - Above & Beyond
3. Razorfish (Above And Beyond's Progressive Mix) - Tranquility Base
4. Rush (Super8 Vs. Orkidea Mix) - Aalto
5. Epic (Above And Beyond Remix) - Rusch
6. Albinoni (Above And Beyond Opera Mix) - Rollerball
7. Remember (Summer Sun) (Original Mix) - P.O.S.
8. Volume One (Anjuna Deep Mix) - Anjunabeats
9. Sky Falls Down (Armin Van Buuren Remix) - Oceanlab
10. Time To Die (Seaque Remix) - Nitromethane
11. M (Above And Beyond Typhoon Dub) - Ayu
12. Day One (Above And Beyond's Big Room Remix) - Smith
13. Beautiful Together (Signum Remix) - Oceanlab

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Cheshire Dave TOP 500 REVIEWER on 24 Nov 2004
Format: Audio CD
UPDATE 21/10/08 - this is not an EP (EP as in just 3 or 4 tracks: an extended single) as originally stated, but the listing may soon be amended. The track listing is: 1. Madonna - 1. What It Feels Like For A Girl 2. Above & Beyond - Far From In Love 3. Tranquility Base - Razorfish 4. Aalto - Rush 5. Rusch & Murray - Epic 6. Rollerball - Albinoni 7. P.O.S - Remember 8. Anjunabeats - Volume One 9. Oceanlab - Sky Falls Down 10. Nitromethane - Time To Die 11. Ayu - M 12. Matt Hardwick vs. Smith & Pledger - Day One 13. Oceanlab - Beautiful Together. END.

ORIGINAL REVIEW - Think of all your favourite 1999 - 2000 trance tracks. Stick them all in the blender, pour them out, and - they come out sounding even better! These tracks are NOT trance's greatest hits - but they should certainly be. Some tracks remind you of things you've heard before and really liked, but with a little modern twist. Bears repeated listening and doesn't sound dated. Extremely melodic and catchy - shades of Corsten, Van Buuren, Tiesto, Airwave, the Ahead album, the more mainstream trancy Gatecrasher and Euphoria series - but without the poppy fillers of the latter 2. Dreamy female vocals now and again weave in and out. Big, spacey, confident, euphoric tunes. No wimps with synths. One good thing - it starts beaty and rhythmic - and then just keeps going and going and going - no slowing down in the middle for a breather. Just when you think it has to run out of steam and stop for a bit, the next tune starts and is always a corker! On and on for almost 80 mins. Highly rec for mainstream, tuneful, well-produced trance fans. No cheese - just the finest premium quality music.
Volume 2 just as good! Hard to choose between them. If you can't decide, buy the cheapest - it will convert you to the other one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By F. M. Havicon on 28 Jan 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Volume one is a series that has hit 8 (plus spin-off ranges) and shows no sign of retiring. And excellent choice of bright lively uplifting trance, taking over from the Euphoria label which these days just puts of chart pop and house nonsense, not very euphoric at all. Featured early on is the original and un-messed-up version of Razorfish, which was reborn for later volume releases in a rather unnecessarily convoluted and adjusted form, and Albinoni, combining baroque choral music with up-tempo dance, much maligned by one J Paxman when a snippet of it sounded on a television quiz show, but in this listener's opinion is a suitable use of long redundant material. Most other tracks here will be very familiar as almost all have been remixed many times over the years for multiple appearancers on later anjuna releases. What started out as a single CD release every 2 years is now a thrice-yearly double CD release, watered down with lower quality fills accordingly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Will on 1 May 2013
Format: Audio CD
Here it is, the first edition of the game-changing Anjunabeats Volume series; comprising 13 unforgettable Trance monsters from the worlds most innovative producers, both old and new.

To start us off, is the superb Above & Beyond remix of What It Feels Like from Madonna, so much so that the singer herself chose to score her video to the remix; distinctive Above & Beyond style plucks dominate the track, whilst tweakin' acid baselines and Madonna's seductive vocal drives the track into new heights. The trio's best remix, and as Paavo quite rightly said, when they got the call from Madonna, they knew "something crazy was going to happen".

Moving on is an original production from the boys, and their first under the Above & Beyond alias, entitled Far From In Love. Beautiful piano chords, and a magnificent soaring vocal, together oozing more Soul-Pop than Trance, soon give way to a now famous, Above & Beyond style baseline. Such a change in style, maintains maximum attention throughout the track, proving that this track is anything but distant.

Proving that the trio do Progressive as well as they do vocal, is the self-remixed Razorfish. In true Progressive style, a simple, yet constantly effective melody is supplemented by an evolving, majestic padline and drumline, which gives a thrill-a-minute style rush, until the final kickdrum comes crashing in.

Next up, is the first real clubby track of compilation; the Super 8 Vs. Orkedia Mix of Rush by Aalto. A spine tingling melody dominates which is accompanied by subtle vocal stutters and fused together by piano chords .
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Giacomoni Andrea on 18 Nov 2003
Format: Audio CD
Anjuna is one of the best trance labels around, supported by djs like Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren and Ferry Corsten. This cd contains all the best tunes from ANJUNA label with the mix being done by Above & Beyond. You can find some of the best vocal trance tracks like "Far from in love" and "Sky falls down" (Armin Van Buuren remix), progressive beats like "Razorfish" or "Volume one" and much more. My favorite track is the "Albinoni adagio" remixed by Above & beyond with the addition of gorgeous opera vocals. You can also find a refined version of the Above & Beyond remix of "What it feels like for a girl" by Madonna, this one sounds better than the single version, the sounds are more spacy and entrancing. In the booklet there's also a little story for each track. Top class!!!
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