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  • Audio CD (1 April 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fire
  • ASIN: B00005YXNN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 476,939 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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CD FIRE, ERIFCD002, 13 Track

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DeadInSpace on 19 April 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album surprised me when I heard it. I bought it on the strength of 'Perception' and 'Opera' and expected the other tracks to be the same but Cass and Slide show that they are not limited to producing progressive tunes. You'll find chill-out tracks, breakbeat, a Terence-Trent-D'Arby cover (better than you think) and top prog. My house mate cannot stand dance music but even he was impressed with this. All good tracks, no fillers, buy now!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dominique on 5 Aug. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I've known Cass (& Slide) for some years now thanks to the Psychedelic Trance work they created on the Flying Rhino Label. They evolved style and turned into a more progressive stream which clearly did them good...
The album is wonderful, a complete, connected and perfectly composed piece of musicial art... Something rare in the dance industry, where most albums are nothing but a lame sum of hits. Cass & Slide is for those who actually think of Dance music as an own, special and unique style, not those who think of it as 'just another floor banger'.
One word... Buy it, and open your mind for a new style.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By orbit_ing on 5 Nov. 2003
Format: Audio CD
It’s an achingly familiar case. Dj’s/remixers/artists-of-the-moment deliver some truly awesome remixes and singles, and we wait patiently for what surely must be a groundbreaking album… But no, it’s rare these days. Sasha managed to shrug off the weight of expectation and deliver the staggeringly underrated ‘Airdrawndagger’ but otherwise there’s a list as long as your arm of misfires and under-whelmers. ‘Burning…’ isn’t a bad album, it’s just they deliver the unadulterated versions of the tracks which made them; in this case the gothic menace of ‘Opera’ and wide-screen trance of ‘Perception’… But then they pad a good proportion of the album with some unashamedly average tracks. ‘Havoc’ for instance repeatedly gets the ‘skip’ vote and the closer ‘The Doors’ will have you reaching for the same button again to shut the unwelcome guest-vocals of Jason Donovan up. ‘Funk In Hell’ and ‘Fever Rising’ however are examples of their dance floor-consuming potential which will have you braking speed limits if you’re in control of a vehicle at the time. Then there’s ‘Sign Your Name’, a cheeky downbeat Terrance Trent-D’Arby cover that sneaks up on you when you least expect it. Surprisingly, it works, but if only the man himself would have delivered to vocals then this could have been a truly remarkable re-interpretation.
Awful? No, just very disappointing, but at this cheaper price it’s almost worth it alone if you haven’t heard 'Opera'. Just consider it a slightly more expensive and, er, expansive EP.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tom on 18 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the very few dance records that actually manages to hold together as an album. Cass and Slide manage to navigate their way skilfully between the Schylla of chaotic eclecticism and the Charibdis of chugging monotony. This is a tightly structured album and although it sticks to one style, progressive house, it finds enough room within to present a varied and enjoyable album. Its also pretty funky for a progressive album. The centrepiece and stand out track is the Tenaglia co-produced stomp that is Fever Rising but there's all kinds of stuff going on here like the more subtle and modulated tones of Opera or the surprisingly good Faith Less with none over then Jason Donovan on vocals. Oh yes.
Risible Ozzie soap stars aside there is nothing wrong here and the production is every bit as excellent as you might expect and theres enough variation here to keep things interesting. Not groundbreaking but just excellent tunes skilfully excellent. Really rises head and shoulders above the efforts of more famous and more lauded DJs the world over. Definitely worth a look.
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Cass & Slide: Progressive house at its best 24 July 2002
By jared young - Published on Amazon.com
The debut album for Cass & Slide is a must for any prog head. With the likes of Sasha, Digweed, Lawler, & Burrigde banging their tracks, you know they must be doing something right!!! "Burning the Candle at both ends" is what progressive house is all about. These guys have been making quality music for years and now with their debut album, they can finally showcase their top notch music for the masses.
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