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Global Underground 8: Nick Warren Live In Brazil


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  • Audio CD (27 July 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Global Underground
  • ASIN: B00000HZ9S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 134,243 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Marching Powder - Pmt
2. Lose It - Desert
3. Sequenza - DJ Gogo
4. India - E Razor
5. All I Am - All I Am
6. Tequila Flange - Pmt
7. Rise and Fall - Yin Yunk
8. New Sunset - Stone Factory
9. No One in the World - The Locust
10. Tidle Protaxis - Origin
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Disc: 2
1. Psychout - Slacker
2. Your Beautiful - Madagascar
3. Kill City - Hybrid
4. Reality Detached - Forth
5. Ya Yae Ya Yo Yo Yo - Voices Of Khwan AD
6. Aquaphonic - Nickelson
7. Cafe Del Mar 98 - Energy
8. Breathe in You - Tekara
9. Equilibrium - Georgio
10. Indica - Pink Bomb
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By nasos@cytanet.com.cy on 4 Oct 2000
Format: Audio CD
From the beginning to the end of the cd is just fantastic! Nick Warren is not only a great DJ but has also the ability to blend his music with the environment. The cd is geared towards a more hard trance sound than the usual global underground series, with a touch of that Brazilian mood. Nick always starts his sessions hard and continious steady throughout the album, as opposed to Sash's recent Ibiza release, which you have to skip the first tracks to get moving. Definitely one of the best releases of the series.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jamie E. I. Wright on 27 Jun 2004
Format: Audio CD
I wasnt expecting trance really i thought it would be like deep dish but as you know global underground varies flava and styles.So i was very impressed because i love trance from likes dj tiesto,oakenfold,and euphoria.So this easily come up as good these dj so you get the idea.I good mix of chilled deep trancey tunes with some wicked classics and underground sounds very nice.Favorites marching powder,lose it,northern lights,tequla flava.Disc 2 check out psychout,kill city and boiler very impressive.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By F. M. Havicon on 29 Sep 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Nick Warren's GU mixes always stand out in the series, making everyone else's seem like amateur efforts
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Leyland on 29 Jan 2010
Format: Audio CD
I've got most of the Global Underground's and along with Sasha Ibiza this is TOP JOLLY a superb mix and very uplifting
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Undeniable Double Mix-CD Set 15 Dec 1999
By "melodic" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Like the DJ Kicks Series, the Global Underground collection is a near can't miss for underground electronica. Nick Warren drops and flows through progressive trance, techno, ethno, electro, and acid house with grace and ease...the beats and loops are diverse, eclectic, and infectious. Nick has got skills, nice production sensibilities, and great taste in music. I can't see him being without a DJ gig anytime in the immediate future...which is a good thing.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
An aural soundscape for the ages.... 3 May 2000
By hannibalsmith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The first disc of this set I found to be a bit repetitive and boring.
The second disc, however - I don't think I've ever heard a CD as good as this one. Warren takes us on a journey from the first beat of the first track right up until the end, and along the way we hear everything from eastern sounding instruments on Madagascar's "Your Beautiful" to exotic chanting on Voices of Khawan's "Ya Yea Yo Yo Ma" to hard sounding synths in Forth's "Reality Detached" and gorgeous vocals in Tekara's "Breath In You". This disc has it all, the perfect build up and peaks that can make listening to this disc while driving a near hazardous experience :)
Bottom line here is that your paying for a 2CD set even though there's only one disc here that's really worth bothering with - but its sooooo unbelievably good that it makes the price very well worth it. The only thing I've heard that even comes close is Sasha's Global Underground Ibiza album.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
He is one of the best i've heard-beyond all doubt 30 Jun 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Quite possibly the best G.U.cd made. While listening to this I found myself sitting with my eyes closed and just feeling the sounds that Warren puts through his equipment. More than often I was saying wow that was cool or my friends would say "holy! how'd he do that?" Amazed at how well he moves through songs that no one else has. He can toy with people's emotions and feelings as well as their bodies at whatever club he's at. Until you've seen a few hundred people dancing and cheering when you play one of his songs you'll never know what I mean. When he gets moving his album takes control and you hear the voices screaming in the tunes you can feel what he's thinking. Faster and faster the music builds up in speed and sound till Nick introduces you to a whole new area of feeling with his music. This one is one that'll stay in my hands for a while.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great stuff from The GU resident 7 July 2001
By "sohrab_p" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Nick Warren has released a couple of Global Underground albums, but this one qualifies as my personal favourite. This two CD set is a great introduction to deep and alternative house as well as the great sound of break beats etc. Warren's mixing technique varies from long streched cross-over to only mixing a couple of bars. This makes the whole CD feel varied and diverse. The first CD starts out with "Marching Powder", a great track which pinpoints the feel of Brazil directly. The next most notable track is E Razor's "India". This is pure deep house joy. This track is truly mesmerizing, but awfully short. The following track, "All I am" is also great. Then Warren lets us cruise, with tracks like "Rise and Fall" and "Tequila Flange". All the calm, tasty beats are suddenly interrupted by the heavy drum solo in the middle of "New Sunset". This is by far the GREATEST part of the CD. Then it's back to cruising with the quaint "No one in the world". A track that truly stands out is "Tide Protaxis", a great track that really touches off the deep spot. The beats and the depth is suddenly interrupted by Pob's remix of "Northern Lights", a great joyful track that'll have you shaking it in no time. The first CD is then finished off with VFR's "Tranceilusion", which serves as a great finish to the wonderful first CD.
The Second CD starts off with break beats galore. This is a great change from the monotonous straight beats. "Psychout thing", "You're beautiful" and "Kill city" are truly marvelous tracks. After the break beats comes the biggest dissapointment of the whole compilation. One has to listen when Nalin & Kane absolutely hack up "Cafe del Mar" into a pathetic mess, rid of its former dignity. This remix is badly placed and it really... Sucks. Thankfully Warren saves the day with Tekara's "Breathe in Dub". The rest of the CD goes great, great mixing and great tracks. The funky "Equilibrium", the tripped up "Indica" and "Pressure". But the last track is an instant gratifyer, it makes you forget the Del Mar fiasco. Pob's "Boiler" shows Warren's ability to supply great diverse tracks doubled with solid mixing.
Buy this CD, it's something different and eventhough it's getting old, it sure doesn't feel like it.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Not too shabby 8 Feb 2001
By Ben - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This particular album aint too shabby. Though I am not an especially large fan of Nick Warren, I own this CD and his GU Budapest CD. Personally I feel that his Budapest CD is a little better than this one. This album is pretty good. The second cd in this album is pretty trancey and I think it's quite a bit than the first one. The first one is slower and more repetitive so that one got boring somewhat quickly, then again, I basically have ADD so that doesn't say much. The first CD picks up around midway through and it keeps going till the end. The second cd is a mover the whole way through. If I had to put this CD into some sort of a category for when it is best, I would go have to say that this CD can be best enjoyed on a long car ride because you really need to hear the whole disc in order to really like it. I hope y'allfound this review helpful.
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