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Logical Progression Double CD, Original recording reissued, Import


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  • Audio CD (23 July 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Double CD, Original recording reissued, Import
  • Label: Sire
  • ASIN: B00004T6V6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 520,824 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Demons Theme - L.T.J. Bukem
2. Links - Chameleon
3. Music - L.T.J. Bukem
4. One & Only - PFM
5. Bringing Me Down - Aquarius & Tayla
6. Dannys Song - PFM
7. Vocal Tune - Peshay
8. Coolin' Out - L.T.J. Bukem
9. Western (Conrad Remix) - PFM
10. Horizons - L.T.J. Bukem
Disc: 2
1. Airtight Remix - Funky Technicians
2. New Element - Form Form
3. Drum In A Grip - Wax Doctor
4. Solution - Ils & Solo
5. In Too Deep - JMJ & Flytronix
6. So Long - Seba
7. Pharaoh - Photek
8. After Hours - Dj Trace
9. Groove Therepy - Universal
10. Mind Games - Dj Crystl

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 30 April 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album is my favorite drum'n'bass album of all time. For me, and for any true fan of this genre, this album will never be samey, and never dull. The atmospheric tunes, coupled with clever use of samples, breathtaking basslines, and perfectly constructed beats make this record a must for any serious collector. More chilled than many drum'n'bass artists such as Grooverider, and more interesting and diverse than the ubiquitous Roni Size, this is dreamy, trippy, sophisticated, and yet seriously funky and danceable too. All in all, this album really summarises everything that is brilliant about drum'n'bass. If you like chilled, intelligent drum'n'bass, you probably already own this album, if not, then you really should.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 8 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
This title is an absolutely sensational summary of the greatest drum and bass tracks of the last decade and a half. The double CD compilation is understandably focused on LTJ Bukem, not only because he is the producer of the album but also because he has dominated the scene for so long and created an unrivalled number of classic tunes himself. If you like ambient, melodic and most importantly listenable drum and bass, then this is the CD for you. It combines fantastic classics such as Bukem's 'Music' and 'Horizons' with great work from Peshay, Seba & Lotek and great vocals from MC Conrad on Disc One. These two CD's represent an all-round brilliant introduction for the newcomer to drum and bass, and a fantastic collection of classic and innovative dance music for the drum and bass enthusiast. Buy it now!!!!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Luke on 6 Jan. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Music is a matter of taste and this album is a cold bottle of red stripe after a day in the sun on a building site . I was fortunate enough to get most of these tunes on e.p before the album came out, i have this album on vinyl under the stairs and i havent listened to it since i stopped mixing, but i heard horizons the other day and it had the same impact as it did all that time ago. Most albums have a couple of main presents then a load of stocking fillers, this album doesnt know about stocking fillers. The tunes from LTJ himself are amoungst the finest ever made. Music ( wicked ) Demons Theme (oh my gosh) Horizons (forget about it, game over). Then there are producers like PFM bringing you the western,amoungst others.
Bukem has always been ahead of the game i remember going to Dance 93 at the Brighton Centre and half the crowd were walking around saying Bukem had ruined the vibe and the other half knew that they were listening to something special. What i mean by that is that music is a matter of taste, those with taste liked Bukem those without liked Mickey Finn and the likes. That is no disrespect to him or the countless other D.J's like him but with Bukem you really got the feeling that he didnt play or make music to make money or please crowds. He played what he loved and what he felt passionately about and that is why Logical Progression is such a good album. These arent tunes that Bukem liked, these are a series of tunes that bukem loved, compiled over about 5 years. And i still hate him for holding them back on dub plate for 10 months at a time!!!!!!! Bukem i salute you you are a genius
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Sam De Lara on 28 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
'Logical Progression Level One' is the one production-set that LTJ Bukem remains truly renowned for. Although Danny Williamson has pioneered his GLO label, with associates, to dizzy heights of production and variety, with the 'Producer' series, 'Progression Sessions' series and associate labels 'Earth' and 'Cookin' to name a few, this first volume of 'Logical Progression' is where it all took off. To call it a digital masterpiece would be an understatement. Produced in 1995, it is a journey through ambient jungle / drum & bass with atmospheric backrounds, haunting vocals and progressive, technical beats. The mood swings from deep and melancholy in tracks 'Music' (LTJ Bukem) and 'The Western' (a PFM track) to joyous and uplifting, check tracks 'Above and Beyond' (CD1) and 'Bringing me Down' (CD2). With two discs of absolutely magical classics, this pioneering release from the one and only LTJ is a MUST HAVE for any discerning listener of jungle drum & bass /electronic music and all those with an open mind. I have owned Logical Progression for years and yet it still retains that rare quality that makes me return to it time and time again, even though I am so familiar with the music. There aren't many CD's that have that effect and especially not in the 'drum & bass' genre. Purchase now as I'm sure in time, these releases will become collectables....
If you like this try: LTJ Bukem: Producer 05
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Bde Wall on 16 April 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
For me, this is the best drum and bass album ever made, and by a long way. Other Bukem albums are great, in particular 'Journey Inwards' is another favourite of mine. But this is the most atmospheric, spaced out, absorbing D'n'B offering I know of.

Bukem's take on D'n'B is quite distinct. He has very clear jazz influences; more prominent on 'Earth' and 'Journey Inwards' than on Logical Progression, but in Logical Progression we witness his very best adoption of atmospheric ambient music.

It's difficult to pick out stand out tunes, but 'one and only', 'so long' and 'airtight' are probably the pick of a truly excellent selection. It's smart without being cold, sensual without being cheesy, atmospheric whilst remaining astonishingly accessible and engaging. Like what Michael Mayer's 'Immer' did for minimal, and Dj Tiesto's 'In Search of Sunrise' did for trance, Bukem showed that Drum and Bass can be intelligent, filled with heart and soul, and be every bit as captivating as music performed with "real" instruments. It is, quite simply, a work of musical mastery.

Bukem has released many mix albums now, which display in varying degrees a spacey/jazzy take on drum and bass. He remains my favourite D'n'B dj and producer and I hope we can look forward to many, many more years to come of his hypnotic but warm and sensual style.

It's an easy 5/5 for me.
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