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Global Underground 24: Nick Warren in Reykjavik Limited Edition


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  • Audio CD (24 Mar 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Ministry of Sound
  • ASIN: B00007L6RP
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 425,909 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Dub In Time - Avatar
2. Firewire - Substructure
3. Compass Error - Atlas
4. Nobody's Home - Ulrich Schnauss
5. Roll Call - Shuffleheads
6. Happy Cycling - Boards Of Canada
7. Thinking About Your Next Move - Yunx
8. Tightrope Artist Tale - Planet Funk
9. The Dive - Momu
10. In Every Truth - Mastermind
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Disc: 2
1. Awakening - Juan Recoba
2. Advance - Headstart
3. Aural Navigation Part 2 - Aural Imbalance
4. Rise - Vector
5. Don't Play The Game - Aquaculture
6. Headpusher - Dream Traveler
7. Karma - Rambient
8. Crayons - Starkid
9. Strawberry Fields - Subsky
10. Last Minute Flight - Kris B

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ashwin on 12 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
Well, what can I say about this mix other than that its sheer beauty. Nick Warren's soul driven career has come down to this definitive mix. CD 1 is definitely a surpirse as Warren pulls off a brilliant downtempo/ambient mix, quite experiment but at the same time filled with melodies of sheer beauty. Trip Hop/Hip Hop/House/Downtempo/Ambient/House....call it what you wanna call it, but this first CD is worth the price by itself. CD 2 moves into rare and hard to find progressive grooves and I should point out Warren's mixing on this second CD is mindblowing. Apparently this is the last mix for GU from the man and he definitely goes out a winner. One of the best GU releases to date. Buy this CD, pop it in your CD player and you might as well be in a Icelandic hot spring because its nothing short of amazing. Thank You Nick Warren.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 12 Mar 2003
Format: Audio CD
After a period when it wasn't at all certain that we'd see another GU release we're treated to 2 wonderfully contrasting cds from Nick Warren. CD1 is down tempo, atmospheric and contains some gems such as "Happy Cycling" by Boards of Canada. CD2 goes in a completely different direction with thumping grooves and beautiful melodies.
All in all one of the best Global Underground releases for a long time and if they can keep the quality up then I can't wait for 25!
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This was the second Global Underground CD i bought after the 'departures' sampler, and also the CD which ensured Nick Warren's place as one of my all time hero DJ's. This gift from the heavens easily competes with the likes of Oakenfold and Sasha, and in some cases exceeds... Something I have difficulty saying as a result of my long-standing praise for Oakie.
The first CD is an ambient and thoughtful trip through mellow breakbeats and chillout and is absolute bliss to listen to, whether you are sitting in the shade or watching the sun go down in the evening. Tranquil yet somewhat haunting tunes such as 'compass error' by Atlas seem to melt into icey and uplifting records like 'nobody's home' by Ulrich Schnauss. The CD peaks at Nick Warren's genius and epic mix of Burufunk combined with Global Communication. The way the pounding breakbeat is interupted by the incredibly blissed-out sound of '14:31', only to broken into again by those dark beats, is a pure example of why this man is at the forefront of his profession.
The second CD, in my opinion, had a great deal to live up to... and did not dissapoint in the slightest. Warren's pumping tracklist is about as underground and inspiring as they come. Right from the opening beats of 'Awakening' by Tocharian, you know its going to be something special. The progressive trancey nature of the CD is just what you'll be begging for after the dose of breaks on CD1. A particular favourite of mine was 'don't play the game' by Aquaculture... I bought it on vinyl after finding a promo in a record shop (you'll see why I was so pleased...). It's just a shame that after you've heard it and decided to read the inside cover, Warren states that this may well be his last mix CD.
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By Chris Murdoch on 25 Mar 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Global Underground series has set a benchmark for top quality dance music compilations, and Nick Warren's lastest offering will be up there with the best. Nick's own reluctance to accept his status of "Superstar DJ" says a lot about the man. The fact that he has now recorded five of these highly respected CDs for GU tells its own story. Sadly Nick says in the sleevenotes that this may be his last complitation CD. What a loss to home listeners that will be.
Reykjavik has a clear split. And here's the sign of a master DJ. CD 1 takes a downtempo turn, building and building through steady tracks and ultimately leaving you desperate for more. CD 2 however, starts as we'd expect from a Nick Warren set. And it simply gets better... Thumping tracks, delightful melodies and again the feeling that you just want more. So much so, that on first listening I immediately played it through again!
There's no point in picking out individual tracks here, as both mix CDs contain stunning tracks, masterfully mixed in Nick's unique style. Each CD is worth the price alone, so what are you waiting for..?!
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