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Freedom/Somewhere In Time CD

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  • Audio CD (19 Feb. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Black Hole
  • ASIN: B000059GPM
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 926,767 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Celebrate Life - Markus Schulz Presents Himmel (Renaissance Mix)
2. Not Seventeen - Mandalay (Futureshock Alternate Mix)
3. Beautiful Inside - Louise (Tilt's Phazon Mix)
4. Closure - Slide (Loungetech Mix)
5. Lies - Karen Ramirez (Tilt's Trinity Mix)
6. Vivid Skies - Lucien Foort
7. Guten Morgen - Ian Wilkie
8. Opera - Cass/Slide (C/S Phantom's Only Mix)
9. From Within - DJ Dazzle
10. Passenger - Ballroom (Marc O'Tool Remix)
11. Velodrome - Subgod (General Midi Mix)
12. Rise 'In - Steve Lawler (Main Vocal)
13. Twisted - DJ Dazzle & DJ Cor Fijneman
14. Existence - Johnjohn

Product Description

CD Mixed, Comp Dj Dazzle

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Oh my, now that's a tough DJ moniker to be stuck with - crowds must me rather forgiving in the Netherlands. Can't say I've heard much about Dazzle, but a bit off buzz flickered on him momentarily and next thing I know this baby's on my credit card and in my stereo.
To be honest, I've got soooo much trance that spinners who look beyond the industry hot sheets for vinyl get favored a bit. Here it's fifty-fifty, the known tracks (though far from obvious) are offered up in remix form - Slide's pumping tech take of "Closure" and a cleverly revisited "Opera" cut. The best pieces are probably not cool enough for a Global Underground nor pop-slanted for a Gatecrasher compilation, finding a juicy 'tweener zone (Mandalay "Not Seventeen," Karen Ramirez "Lies.")
And juicy's exactly how Freedom plays out, reminiscent of Nick Warren's earlier sets when energy mattered and 70 minute builds were but a Twilo dream. Deep, thrilling, trancey, so why'd he have to screw that up 2/3rds in with embarrassing cornball drek like "Passenger" and "Velodrome?" Final verdict: the first 8 tracks are on it, the last few quite not, a disappointing drop earning 3.5 stars
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