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Logic Trance 5 Import


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  • Audio CD (17 April 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bmg/Logic
  • ASIN: B00005AQ1G
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 665,309 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R Diaz on 24 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the under-the-radar gems of 2001. It’s bound to get buried within the mass of releases this year, and being part five of the solid (if unspectacular) Logic Trance series won’t help bring the noise from press outlets. Factor in John Debo’s debut Chrome 01 seemed unremarkable, and perhaps few could have expected the raw power of Logic Trance 5.
The scaling synth chords are checked at the door, as are hooks, singing, all but some scraps of melody. To move off the power of groove, that’s what Debo showcases here. Layers of percussion (‘Of Course,’) backbone quivering basslines (‘Something else,) and heavy beats that kick in (‘Dockside’) with twisting sound effects spread throughout. Spotless mixing ensures one smooth ride to the beat of a drum.
Best yet, the dozen tracks presented are underground tunes that haven’t popped up elsewhere, a tribute to spotless vinyl-searching and the depth of music that exists. And let’s be honest, it would have been so easy to throw in some massive British tunes just to stir up interest or help in promotion.
Devoid of glam or glitzy artists Logic Trance 5 certainly won’t crack any bestseller lists. But for those looking for stripped to the essence minimal energy…ah, what a delight. Fans of progressive house or the Bedrock sound need to get this.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Debo moves to the cutting edge of trance 25 April 2001
By Douglas A. Greenberg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is John Debo's second mix cd release, following closely on the heels of his very good progressive house mix, *Chrome 01*. This time, the resident dj at Boston's "Chrome, Thursday nights at Axis" has blended a series of excellent progressive trance tracks that will surely be to the liking of longtime fans of this exciting and hypnotic musical genre.
The overall mood is dark, percussively complex, and at times, experimentally deep and different. For listeners not previously acquainted with the progressive style of trance, the sound might seem alien and forboding. Vocals are spare, and where included, as with Li'Sha's "That's Why I'm Here" and the Fade mix of Atropin Project's "Plusier," are ethereal and not overtly melodic. What's more, there is virtually nothing included in this mix that is "old hat" for trance fans; these are fresh tunes, start to finish.
As is often the case with true cutting-edge material, even sympathetic listeners may need to reserve judgment regarding this mix until they have given Debo's cd more than just a couple of spins. This is material that requires concentration and repeated exposure, but for some of us, at least, the "work" involved is definitely worth the reward.
It's interesting to seem this kind of mix included as part of the Logic Trance series. People expecting a release more geared toward the (relatively) mainstream melodic trance of Logic Trance 4 will find this cd very different from its predecessor. Recent trance releases that are more similar to this one would include Chris Fortier's "Trance America," Danny Zee's "Trancescapes," Sandra Collins' "Tranceport 3," DJ Eyal's "Tranceglobalnation 5," and the second cd of Sasha and Digweed's "Communicate." If you enjoyed any (or all) of the aforementioned works, Debo's new disc will likely please you, as well.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
One of the under-the-radar gems of 2001 6 May 2001
By R Diaz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the under-the-radar gems of 2001. It's bound to get buried within the mass of releases this year, and being part five of the solid (if unspectacular) Logic Trance series won't help bring the noise from press outlets. Factor in John Debo's debut Chrome 01 seemed unremarkable, and perhaps few could have expected the raw power of Logic Trance 5.
The scaling synth chords are checked at the door, as are hooks, singing, all but some scraps of melody. To move off the power of groove, that's what Debo showcases here. Layers of percussion (`Of Course,') backbone quivering basslines (`Something else,) and heavy beats that kick in (`Dockside') with twisting sound effects spread throughout. Spotless mixing ensures one smooth ride to the beat of a drum.
Best yet, the dozen tracks presented are underground tunes that haven't popped up elsewhere, a tribute to spotless vinyl-searching and the depth of music that exists. And let's be honest, it would have been so easy to throw in some massive British tunes just to stir up interest or help in promotion.
Devoid of glam or glitzy artists Logic Trance 5 certainly won't crack any bestseller lists. But for those looking for stripped to the essence minimal energy...ah, what a delight. Fans of progressive house or the Bedrock sound need to get this. Grade: A-
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Ace! 14 July 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
percussive, funky, deep, and dark...of course as the previous reviewer noted: beware Sasha/Digweed fans...but to a certain extent. This set has more in common with Digweeds LA set than one might realize...but is absolutely 180 degrees from, say, a Nothern Exposure 1 or 2. It also helps that John Debo and John Digweed are extremely good friends! Debo doesnt spin epic trance...just funky as all heck progressive tunes. Get this also because it has the most original track listing this year...with too many compilations you get repeated songs on different artists discs...not here though!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Excellent deep & progressive 19 Dec. 2001
By J. O. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
As one of the reviewers stated, it seems that John Debo mixed this cd straight from the turntables at a party. The feeling of pre meditated track selection (for promotion) was non existent in this mix. Too bad it was only one cd.
I bought the first logic trance album about 6 years ago and boy, have they gone a long way.
If you like Jimmy Van M or Pappa, you will enjoy this mix. It starts off pretty good then arround track 7 it really kicks up until the end.
Conclusion: one of the top 3 commercially available mixes I have heard this year.
0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Not what I thought! 11 Jun. 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This mix was nothing but linear junk. Absolutely no depth or creativitey. Sounded stale and out of date. I was looking for something a little dark, deep and fresh sounding. Did not enjoy a single track. We listened to stuff like this five years ago. Sasha/Digweed fans beware.
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