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BALANCE 013 - MIXED BY SOS Box set

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  • Audio CD (21 April 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Republic of Music
  • ASIN: B0013XW9ZW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,683 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Omid 16b - Seagull
2. An-2 - Wide Open
3. Modern Heads ft Pig & Dan - Gliding
4. Omid 16b - The Final Choice
5. C.Smith & J.Selway - Slow River
6. LFO - Nurture (Surgeon remix)
See all 18 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. The Cure - Lullabye (SOS Edit)
2. Dusty Kid - Luna
3. Josel - Digiboy (DJ Tarkan & V-Sag Remix)
4. Nima Gorji - Whatever
5. Spirit Catcher - Brain Candy
6. Kollektiv Turmstrasse - Wagnis
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 3
1. Speedy J - Fill 17
2. Joash - Salome
3. Aeroplane - Pacific Air Race (Dub)
4. Paul Keeley - A Sort Of Homecoming (SOS Edit)
5. DJ Pippi & David Penn - Do U Feel It (The Piano Mix) (SOS Edit)
6. AFX - VBS.Redlof.B
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By implex on 16 Sept. 2012
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Such a fantasitic mix and album. My girlfriend bought it for me for my birthday based on "if you like Sasha, you might like...", and boy was the recommendation right.

This is a cd for music lovers. Pure and simple. I have no idea how many hundreds of times we've listened to this but it hits new highs with every listen.

Smooth, cool and confident. The best kind of dance music.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Spreckley on 10 May 2008
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Ok, so DJ mixes taking you on a journey is a bit of a cliche I know, but this is amazing. Trippy, summer, vibey mix with some old classics and a real sense of purpose. I honestly haven't liked a mix so much since the Northern Expo series Sasha and Diggers put out an eon ago.
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I am an avid and obsessive collector of many types of underground music, I particularily love various types of house music and after I listened to this beauty I was simply blown away.

If you appreciate deep, underground, textured, melodic, uplifting and well mixed music then go grab a copy. I cannot praise this triple album enough and I know that this will bring you joy.

I only bought this for £2 the other day and I cannot actually believe that something so cheap could be so mindblowing. I have listened to this over and over again and you will too.

Are you a true melodic house head?

Then you will digg this I assure you.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sean J. O'hare on 25 April 2008
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By far the best of the Balance series so far and possibly the best dance compilation i have ever bought. All three cd's are fantastic. Any electronic music fan just has to buy this!!!!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Hillsman on 31 May 2008
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I'm a big fan of the Balance series - consistently original, sometimes cutting edge and always commercial free. Not all of their releases are for me, but I have been delighted with every one that I have bought.

I was a little wary of this latest effort....was thinking house / breaks, which is OK in small doses. How wrong I was. This is a fantastic selection from SOS! There may be some breaks & house in there, but it gels ambient sounds, trippy melodies, uptempo beats and throws in plenty of satisfying remixes & re-edits of some classic tracks. Across all 3 CDs, there's probably 1 track I don't like, you could hardly ask for more than that! Stunning. Buy now!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mike G on 27 May 2008
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Every now and again a compilation pops up that really makes it's mark - they are very few and far between, but you seem to know almost instantly that there's something truly special about what you're listening to. This is the case of this current release by SOS on the excellent Balance series. I haven't felt this strongly about a mix since the stunning Danny Howells 24/7 mix, and before that, Northern Exposure. It really is that good, and I can't think of any 11 squid I've spent more wisely.

I know I'm going to be listening to this mix for years... and I'm really going to enjoy doing so.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Oblaky on 13 Mar. 2011
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The 13th instalment in the mighty "Balance" series, with some perhaps a bit uninspired disco pop retro-tracks, but with some nice moments and peaks here to make it enjoyable.

cd1: Starting off with an atmospheric intro, cd1 presents a lower mid-tempo variation of tracks. It feels more eclectic and retrospective than the other two mixes, and the overall impression may be of a less unified mix than the other two, but I can't be entirely sure about this - whenever I tried to play it, my attention seemed to have slipped away too easily. Or maybe I lacked the nostalgic connection with some of the older tracks on here. Overall, the other two discs seemed better.

cd2: Opening with SOS's edit of the Cure's "Lullaby", cd2 picks up where cd1 ended, but there's a juicier, better-constructed mix on offer. Developing smoothly, going through deep house and disco beats, adding some retro samples towards the end, the whole mix is a pleasant, problem-free listening. It may sound less "adventurous" to some ears, but it builds up energy and has some nice peaks, including a surprisingly out-of-place Queen sample in Aeroplane Vs. The Real Life (Track 2-10). It creates a soundtrack to urban / rural musings.

cd3: Again, cd3 feels to be picking up where the previous disc ended, creating a mix that spans all three discs, but with cd2 and cd3 feeling more "unified". That's my impression, anyway. On cd3, the soundscapes are opening up more, becoming more positive with each track, flowing with easy energy that creates the best moments of all three mixes. The tracks seem to develop from deep house towards a more trance-driven mix later on.
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