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  • Audio CD (9 Oct. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Big Chill
  • ASIN: B00005NMWP
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 252,279 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Aug. 2001
Format: Audio CD
The antidote to this year's make-a-quick-buck mainstream cds with "Chill" in the title, this is 2 and a half hours of pure quality - a good balance of anthems and ambient, you'll want this if you were at a Big Chill event this year, and if you weren't you need it all the more..
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By maciej on 28 May 2014
Format: Audio CD
1-01 –Alucidnation I'm Not Bad 6:45
1-02 –Neotropic Sunflower Girl 4:45
1-03 –Gerd Far Away Places 4:25
1-04 –Plastyc Buddha Hammock Harmony Pt 1 6:02
1-05 –Four Tet Parks 4:58
1-06 –Sounds From The Ground New Day 7:28
1-07 –Broadway Project Non Resistance 3:20
1-08 –Manitoba Brandon 5:10
1-09 –Another Fine Day Cutting Branches (Coldcut Mix)
Remix – Coldcut
6:55
1-10 –Grantby The Jonah 6:10
1-11 –Amalgamation Of Soundz, The Textures 5:02
1-12 –Harmonic 33 Exotica 5:20
1-13 –Tim Hutton Colours (Plaid Mix)
Remix – Plaid
4:07
2-01 –Alloy (3) Vague Electricity 8:21
2-02 –Lol Hammond Baby Piano 6:24
2-03 –Bonobo The Shark 4:40
2-04 –Quantic The 5th Exotic 4:05
2-05 –Eva (3) Secret Garden 4:57
2-06 –Blu Mar Ten Home Videos 4:36
2-07 –Mescalito Half Tested (Bent Mix)
Remix – Bent
6:29
2-08 –Fort Lauderdale Twenty Years Ago 3:53
2-09 –TrinityRoots Little Things (DJ Mu Remix)
Remix – DJ Mu*
6:48
2-10 –Jeni Saint Big Deal 4:15
2-11 –Yam Yam Dudley Rhumba 3:58
2-12 –Zero 7 Spinning 6:01
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rich (thenewlittlerascal@hotmail.com) on 28 Jan. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Bought this on the strength of a few tracks I already had. On listening, it made a suitable album to have on in the background but it lacked that certain something that makes it great to really listen to.
As opposed to the truely atmospheric ambience being churned out by acts such as Blue States, Zero 7, Bent, Thievery Corporation, Kruder and Dorfmeister, Saint Germain and the like these tracks seemed a little barren and lacking in the body of the music. There was no mood capturing sweepingness to the majority of the tracks that makes this CD a lovely tinkly exploration but not something that would knock the socks of people at the downside of a party or chilled night in.
There are some great tracks on here though...those that stand out particularly are Plastyc Buddha - got that lovely flutey echoey beach hut feel to it before wandering into hammond and Air riff areas, Bonobo - captures nicely a kinda cheeky Parisian cafe Jazz mood, Quantic - a laid back hip hoppy beat with a coaxy swirling instrumental over the top, jeni saint - with its haunty voice, and of course Zero 7 (but then if you don't know how good Zero 7 are yet I suggest you start there first!)
All in all its an okay collection of lazy relaxed tunes which acts really more like a taster menu for you to find the artists that capture what style of chill out grabs you, rather than something you will want to listen to again and again.
But then again what you want from a chillout album might be different to me! Theres enough on here to keep you busy for over 2 hours!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Sublime! 10 Jan. 2002
By Stuart Rolland - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It doesn't get much better than this. If you want to lie back, relax, perhaps light a jostick, then this the perfect album for you. Think Zero7, Air, Morcheeba etc. combined. The artists on this album are the next chilled thing. Blue States are already making it big and Alucidnation et al. Won't be far behind. Buy it for your Mum, Dad, Granny or pet squirrel. They'll all appreciate it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Those Brits with their slick compilations! 27 May 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is an import from the isles. Evidently, there is a virtually parallel universe there, where all of our mass corporate efforts are in place, but they actually have taste in music! Bonobo and Fort Lauderdale should be looming from gigantic billboards to the grateful commuting nation that must have their intense melodic wonder, but instead we here in the states must earn good money to have a chance at this. In this review, there will be no dis-"disingenous" carping about the proliferation of chillut compliations - what's good is good, what's sublime is usually 2/3 of an CD, and what is worse is that we forget the horror that lies within our minds, whose only suitable anondyne is downtempo beauty. The problem, of course, is that no one is hiring liner noters, especially not the good, happy, remunerated folks at Big Chill.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My vision is kind of blurry. 20 Sept. 2002
By Nihon Saru - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Dub-o-licious beats bubble out the speakers as you sit on a marshmallow watching the planet slowly spin in the opposite direction. Ambience fades in and out of each track, setting the ensemble of your imagination. High fidelity takes the steering wheel on this one, driving by grumbling bass lines, sensual mids, and subtle highs. Start to finish it is a delightful journey... some tracks are easily forgotten, while others keep you coming back for more. Enjoy it.
Dreamy, Atmospheric Surprise 9 Jun. 2009
By Just Because We Care - Published on Amazon.com
At first listen this reminds me Massive Attack's 100th Window only this came first and it flows better. Less wordy and guitars are swirling more. This is different in its own right, very original. Soft, more piano, the artwork fits the mood of the disc. The vocals are pretty decent and the singer is struggling to reach something and in that stuggle creates depth and warmth and does achieve great beauty. The music is similar to Cranes, Siddal, and the whole dream pop family. Worth collecting and listening too since it is long out of print and very origianl. Turn it way up loud.
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