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Release Yourself Vol.2: 2003/Mixed By Roger Sanchez Double CD

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Born to Dominican Parents in Queens, New York in 1969, Roger spent his younger years soaking up the musical influences that were the lifeblood of his home town. It was the diversity of these influences, from salsa, blues and soul to disco, rock and hip-hop, that solidified Roger’s dedication to representing this spectrum of musical styles. Thus, Roger’s sound is impossible to ... Read more in Amazon's Roger Sanchez Store

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  • Audio CD (19 May 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Defected
  • ASIN: B00008X9CR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 310,357 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Morning Chant - Siciana Soul
2. Rhythm In Your Mind - Dubtribe Sound System
3. Just Us - Sublevel
4. Naturally - Solu Music
5. Be There - Kaskade
6. Floating - DJ Aguy
7. Calling Your Name - Behind The Groove
8. What You Are 2 Me - Kaskade
9. Changes - Sandy Rivera Feat. Haze
10. Ashen - Rise
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Disc: 2
1. Push - Boca Grande
2. Supasax - Gattacca
3. Dancin - A Tribe Called Es
4. A Star Is Born - Choclate Puma
5. Dancin' In The Dark - 4Tune 500
6. Free My Soul - DJ Oliver Presents Noche En Granada
7. Freaks Like Us - Jay-J and Chris Lum
8. The DJ's Calling - Vibe Residents Feat. Dragonfly
9. Everyday - John Ciafone
10. What's Come Over Me - Djeep
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Product Description

More Class From The King Of Pacha More excellence from Signor Sanchez as he unleashes his 2003 edition of the Release Yourself series. This double cd set comprises a Pre Party mix, where the tone is kept mellow, and a full on Party mix with a great selection of up front house including cuts from Chocolate Puma, Soul Rebels and John Ciafone

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
First of all this review is only referencing the second disc of this compilation. the first disc of mellow "Chill Out" house doesn't really match the quality delivered on the second Disc - which happens to be exceptional.
Thisis the second compilation of his Release Yourself series, and just as irresistible, original and inventive as the first - Release Yourself - Ibiza mix. Roger Sanchez just has an ear for great songs and he really understands how to work them in a mix. The disc starts out with some tight Latin inflected grooves that seem to peak quickly with the excellent vocal driven, upbeat Chocolate Puma track "A Star is Born" but then segues into a dynamic suite of dark tribal grooves and rhythms that are by turns hauntingly beautiful and dynamic The songs seem to flow perfectly together, with new melodies often emerging slowly as the previous track gradually passes, all building to it's climactic end with the defiant, sharp and tribal "The Revolution will not be televised" by Soul Rebels. This mix stands solid as a pure and consistently flowing body of unusual and great music that slowly unfolds, taking you deeper with each listen.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "sherifbigdick" on 23 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
For those of you that indulged in the fantastic Release Yourslef volume 1, and have yet to hear the second volume in the series; 2003, you're going to be dissapointed. The first volume, released in summer 2002 was, and still is, an absolute gem of an album. Happy, positive, unheard, vocal summer house music at it's best. Impossible to play this cd without smiling.
The first disc, starting with great vocals and a mellower sound, grabs you and starts to lift you up. Each song has a little more to offer than the last, and soon you find yourself turning the volume up and dancing around. It leaves you on a knifedge just getting into a little bit 'girth-ier' house when the disc ends.
Disc two picks up the batton and moves into a more disco/night club tinged house sound that keeps you transfixed and dancing until it ends, leaving you feeling you need to either go clubbing or play it again.
2003 never hits the spot, on either disc. There are only a few tunes that can equal the songs on the previous volume. A real dissapointment. Although better than many so called house albums, a long way short of his best. Lets hope volume three returns to the old ways....
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
CD One serves up superb deep house 14 July 2003
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Finally, a new Roger Sanchez mix gets released Stateside! Not that I would hesitate to shell out [the money] for an import, but I have to make sure all my friends have their own copies, or they'll steal mine. Because they're that good. This latest double disc is no exception, though it's the soft sultry smoothness of CD One that's on repeat rotation in my head. No doubt its due to the no less than two Kaskade tracks (another album that I just can't play enough) along with Roger's superb programming of the mix. Familar faces like Dubtribe Sound System, Solu Music and Sandy Rivera play out perfetly while the others expanded my more mellow horizons. CD Two took several listens to warm up to - maybe it was the cold brassiness of the horns and sax after all of CD One's warmth, or the sort of cover of Tenaglia's "Music Is The Answer" which is renamed "Dancin'" - Roger more of you (a sexier voice does not exist) but please, not as Celeda! And my request is fulfilled later on, though you'll have to listen closely as its not the first time he's using one of his infamous pseudonoms. There are some deep, soul-moving tracks that would cause a frenzy on any dancefloor, like "Dancin' In The Dark" and "What's Come Over Me," and of course the unforgettable "Music Revolution", but the momentum gets lost in between with the disco-driven "Free My Soul" and the uninspiring "Freaks Like Us." With a standard as high as Roger has set for himself, its hard to raise the bar yet again, but CD One is a five star mix that on its own would be worth the price of purchase.
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