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  • Audio CD (12 Mar 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Hed Kandi
  • ASIN: B00005A0YO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 123,288 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. So alive - Rurals
2. Reality (Ra-Souls classic vocal mix) - Star
3. Always (original 12" mix) - Shaw, Lisa
4. Quiet nights (original mix) - Caldwell, Andy & Gina Rene
5. Save the day (Restless Soul peaktime mix) - Silent Poets
6. Only (original 12" mix) - Aquanote
7. Sincere (Naked Music Mig's Petalpusher vocal remix) - Cole, M.J.
8. Night (goes on) (dawn to dusk remix) - Limos
9. When I fall in love (Stryke's blue vocal techsture) - Axus
10. Always (one in four mix) - New Phunk Theory & Kerry Green
See all 11 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Finally (album version) - Kings Of Tomorrow & Julie McKnight
2. Elevator (MAW mix) - Jaffa
3. No more excuses (vocal mix) - Atlantis & Naomi Nsombi
4. Always remember to respect and honour your mother (part 1) - Dusted
5. Loverman (Sector 7G's stalker mix) - Urban Dwellers
6. Arriba abajo (I Deep mix) - Heilbronn, Matthias
7. Makes me feel (Fac 15 black sky remix) - Afterlife
8. Flying song (PQM's amped up pass mix) - PQM & Cica
9. Touch me - Da Silva, Rui & Cassandra
10. In (original vocal mix) - Lawler, Steve
See all 11 tracks on this disc

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If the seemingly endless glut of Ibiza compilations are themed, spiritually, in the flashy, trashy fashion of a Club 18-30 package holiday, Deeper is Hed Kandi main-man Mark Doyle's stab at capturing the much more refined sound of a stolen fortnight in a distant, secluded paradise. Over two discs, Doyle veers into melancholy, soulful deep house waters, choosing tracks for their seamless mood-shifts and consistent stylings, and--rather unusually, in the world of house compilations--presenting his selections out of the mix. This, of course, could be seen as a boon for the aspirant DJ of a deep or progressive bent: with tracks such as the Masters at Work remix of Jaffa's "Elevator" or a beefed-up Deep Dish remix of "Always Remember To Respect And Honour Your Mother" by Faithless' main-man Rollo's Dusted side-project presented clean, this is an ideal place to go track-spotting. As it happens, Doyle isn't entirely averse to the commercial tracks where they fit the mould; Rui Da Silva's "Touch Me"--a No.1 in 2000--slides slickly in between the more obscure picks. Hed Kandi are developing a reputation as the compilation pick of choice for the more discerning, mature house enthusiast, and Deeper is no exception. --Louis Pattison

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Mar 2001
Format: Audio CD
If you are a fan of HedKandi's releases like i am, you'll know about their chilled, disco and nu-cool series. This complilation displays elements of all three although drawing most heavily from chilled. All the tracks are pretty long because they have huge intros and outros but never get boring or tiresome. The inclusion of some well-known artists, Rui Da Silva and MJ Cole, help to break the listener into the style but you derive the most enjoyment out of discovering some of the newer and less well-known tracks. If you like chill-out you'll like this......if you don't like chill-out this album will teach you how to
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Mar 2001
Format: Audio CD
Within four months I've now purchased my eighth Hed Kandi CD Deeper. This follows the excellent Chill Out series and versatile Nu Cool grooves. I found Deeper's sound lies some where between the mid tempo'd chill out sound and the disco club house beats of Disco Kandi, I found this milder and more palatable than the blatant beats of the Disco Kandi series. I must admit I'm no real fan of house and found it curiosity to puchase this knowing the quality of Mark Doyle's compilations. What I found was chilled dark house grooves , disc 1 laid back and the tempoes elevated on disc 2.A:XUS a favourable late night thumper, other winners the club mix of Dusted, Limos and Afterlifes dancefloor re-mix is the most boost I've heard to the Baleiric group. I must admit that Deeper isn't my favourite Kandi CD as I prefer the down tempo chillout CD's but Deeper is worth getting in to if you are in to the club scene or even if you aren't and are like me in to the living room club scene.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jkenne01 on 27 Sep 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Reviews are essentially an opinion put forward by a single individual - everyone's tastes are different and what may be 5 stars to one person could be 1 star durge to everyone else.

So this is my review of Hed Kandi - Deeper, 10 years after its initial release and 10 years after I first laid my eyes on what is still my favourite Jason Brooks cover art.

For me, the golden years of Kandi will always be 1998->2002. The concept was fresh, the music was fresh, the artwork was fresh. Kandi was something that had never been done before. Dance music compilations, not mixed but 12' versions in full - all wrapped up in stunning artwork by Jason Brooks - the Kandi girls had landed. Collections of tracks appeared on the shelves (in a time when people still ventured into HMV to check out the latest offerings) with a common theme weaved together by Kandi master Mark Doyle. Every Kandi release was special. If not always 5 star, just seeing the latest Kandi girl and reading Mark's inner sleeve notes was always something to look forward to. In today's digital age, when downloading a pirated CD is as common as having a beer, I doubt this will ever be repeated.

So for me this is it. Of the 50ish Hed Kandi releases under Mark, this is my 5 star. Deep house gems that will still be standing tall 10 years from now.

Disc 1 is slow and sultry. The Rural's kicking things off, the achingly beautiful Always by Lisa Shaw following soon after and other deep house standouts coming from MJ Cole, Andy Caldwell, Limos and New Phunk Theory.

Disc 2's springbaord is King of Tomorrow's Finally followed by the insanely funky Elevator by Jaffa.
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