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  • Audio CD (22 April 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Hed Kandi
  • ASIN: B000068UMA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 48,468 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Dorefima Girl - Snooze
2. Believe - Soldiers Of Twilight
3. A Thousand Years - Julius Papp
4. Fade - Solu Music
5. How Deep Is Your Love - Lazy Grace
6. Shine Inside - Fac15 feat Cathi Ogden
7. You And Me And Love - Kaskade
8. Summer Daze - Nick Holder
9. Central Reservation - Beth Orton
10. Lazy - Xpress II
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Disc: 2
1. Mi Amour Es - Los Ladrones
2. Brand New Day - Miguel Migs
3. Malena - Con Migo
4. Richard F - It's Alright
5. Everyday - Rawsoul
6. No Reason – Mambana
7. It's So Right - Jetlag
8. DJ Chuus
9. Jon Cutler - U Groove Me
10. Club Lonely - Craig Jensen
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Product Description

2 x CD Compilation
UK 2002

1-01 - Doremifa Girl (Ananda Project Remix) (7:57)
1-02 - Believe (Original Mix) (7:18)
1-03 - A Thousand Years (Sunrise Vocal Mix) (7:32)
1-04 - Fade (Original Mix) (8:00)
1-05 - How Deep Is Your Love (7:05)
1-06 - Shine Inside (Full 12" Mix) (6:44)
1-07 - It's You, It's Me (Album Mix) (4:53)
1-08 - Summer Daze (Original 12" Mix) (6:52)
1-09 - Central Reservation (Spiritual Life - Ibadan Mix) (7:50)
1-10 - Lazy (7:06)
1-11 - Always (Ashley Beedle's Mahavishnu Remix) (7:36)
2-01 - Mi Amor Es (6:12)
2-02 - Brand New Day (5:18)
2-03 - Con Migo (Come With Me) (Classic Vocal Mix) (7:27)
2-04 - Feels Alright (Vocal Mix) (7:19)
2-05 - Everyday (Rawsoul Orchestra Main Mix) (8:08)
2-06 - No Reason (Axwell Vocal Mix) (7:09)
2-07 - So Right (6:50)
2-08 - That Feeling (Original Stereo Mix) (7:00)
2-09 - You Groove Me (6:09)
2-10 - Club Lonely (7:28)
2-11 - Black Water (Vocal Mix) (7:28)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Taylor on 22 Aug. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I have to admit that I've been a bit disappointed with Hed Kandi releases this year. However, when I picked up this CD, I couldn't help, but be pleased once again. Hed Kandi has put together one of the best summer/Ibiza inspired compilations I've heard in a while.
CD 1 is very laid-back. Perfect for lounging around the pool. Stand out tracks were Kaskade's "It's You, It's Me." This track makes its first appearance ever on this CD, and there's Lacy Grace's remake of the Bee-Gees "How Deep is your Love". However, my absolute favorite track on CD 1 and possibly on the entire CD has to be Solu Music feat. Kimblee's "Fade". "Fade" is deep, mellow house at its most sublime. Things start to speed up a bit on towards the end of CD 1 with Nick Holder's "Summer Daze" (another fave track) and X-Press 2's hilarious track "Lazy". What better way to spend time on the beach than to be "Lazy". However, Hed Kandi could have done without the last track by Bent, "Always". "Always" is a good example of overkill in electronic dance music. This track has been overplayed to exhaustion. I just yawned and skipped back to the beginning of CD 1 when I heard this track yet again.
On the mostly uptempo CD 2, Miguel Migs with "Brand New Day" and Malena's "Con Migo" grab my attention, but the real jewel of CD 2 is "Black Water" by Octave One. This is a real dancefloor mover with an infectuous Afro-groove and heavenly vocals and chorus.
Hed Kandi is still one of the best house labels out there. I love the stylish artwork of their CDs, but the music lives up to the packaging.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R Diaz on 21 Nov. 2002
Format: Audio CD
What is it?
Deep, sugary-sweet vocal house on one disc, disco on the other, all in unmixed form for this, the third installment of increasingly-prolific label Hed Kandi’s most popular series Beach House.
And?
Good concept and all, but where’s the sand? Most of the material locks the Latin percussion away for romantic nighttime tunes (Miguel Migs “Brand new Day,” Julius Papp “A Thousand Years”) certainly not aimed for friendly loafing on an afternoon. That leaves Malena, DJ Chus, an aptly named Holder classic “Summer Daze,” and the vibrant Ibadan mix of rain-on-my-parade queen Beth Orton’s “Central Reservation” to carry the concept – tunes that have traveled everywhere for three years now.
But?
There’s still some delectable cuts here. Ashley Beedle of X-press 2 fame irons out the jilting tempo of Bent’s original “Always” for a piano-led anthem floating a beguiling old-record vocal. Which makes up for his cack “Lazy.” Meanwhile Lazy Grace cover a song correctly, as the Bee Gees’ “How Deep is Your Love” receives the dancing queen treatment to wondrous effect. Jon Cutler’s relaxed “You Groove Me” has the hook you’ll remember most when it’s all done, while Octave One’s “Blackwater” is indeed, the strings-techno uplifting jewel worthy of the 2002 buzz.
Like all the rest of Hed Kandi’s releases, there’s a handful of must-haves, some duds, and a large middle range of pleasant-enough goodies. Beach House may not meet its intended concept, but the music carries this through for a worthy release.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scubaboy VINE VOICE on 10 July 2005
Format: Audio CD
Must say (to buck the trend a bit...) I actually prefer the Hed Kandi World Series mixes as the tracks blend seamlessly into an ongoing vibe - great for parties, though I understand why the purists out there (and the DJs) prefer the unmixed versions - so this one, like most other Hed Kandi releases, should please them.
No doubt about it - this compilation is excellent in its own right. Took this and World Series 1 to a beach party recently - OK it was 29 degrees, lots of bikinis etc, you get the picture - and it went down a storm. I had loads of people of all ages come up and ask me what this stuff was - surely no higher recommendation.
Can't really pick out outstanding tracks as they're all good, but as an afficianado of Bent, I love the remix of 'Always' - reminds me of a boys' week I had on a mate's boat in Majorca last year, and the track epitomises was this album's all about - kicking back with some friends in the sun with a cold beer.
Fantastic stuff.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Terry Whitehead on 24 Sept. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Mark Doyle and the guys at Hed Kandi have done it yet again! You would think that the brand would die a death after so many compliations have been released, but it hasn't. I never thought it possible that there were so many tunes that I had not heard and that I would grow to like in a really big way. Again, there are 2 CD's each with it's own distict flavour. How they get the balance right I'll never know. A real summer winner and failing that, you could always play it in the winter to remind you of those summer months you had on the beach or at a BBQ. Shut your eyes and take yourself to the happy place with this CD. If you have never bought a Hed Kandi CD and like something a little funky and upbeat, then buy this NOW.
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