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Renaissance Worldwide: Singapore [Box set]

Various Artists , David Morales , Dave Seaman , BT Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (16 Nov 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Renaissance
  • ASIN: B00000GASI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,244 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
Worldwide Singapore is a show case of the various sounds that fit into the broad bracket that is Dance music. Cd 1 mixed by David Morales is very upbeat and funky, the mood is set straight away by Dancin with you by Bini & Martini feat the diva like vocals of Romina Johnston. Dave Seamans cd 2 belts out on a darker more progressive level with a masterful mix between Hybrids wide angel into special by garbage, the two are meant to be together. On the Subject of the artist Hybrid several tracks feature from the excellent album Wide Angle making a good introduction to Hybrids Unique sound, Snyper is a paticular jem. Finally a rare mix from BT with his usual flare for that dark trance like sound. If big name djs and a stunning track list dont do it for u buy it for the beautifull presentation box that surround 3 great cds.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Drifting down the years but remains a classic 6 Jan 2010
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Music from a forgotten millennium.....but still a yardstick mix album against which all others are compared.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Transeu seaman & morales 26 April 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Awesome 3cds of a time when house music rocked

Bt rocks it wish sasha & bt production 2 phat c**** on yoshitoshi records
Worth it for this track alone

David Morales 74:18
1-1 –Bini & Martini Featuring Romina Johnson Dancin' With You
Written-By, Producer – Gianni Bini, Paolo Martini, Romina Johnson
1-2 –Preluxe Featuring Clive Griffin You're The One For Me (Hustlers Convention Mix)
Featuring – Clive Griffin
Producer – Mike Gray/Jon Pearn*, Steve Anderson
Remix – Hustlers Convention
Written-By – H. Eaves III*, J. Williams*
1-3 –State Of Mind Take Control (M&S Epic Klub Mix)
Producer – Fran Sidoli, Ricky Morrison
Remix – M&S
Written-By – F. Sidoli*, J. Fowler*, M. Douglas*, R. Ramsay*, R. Morrison*
1-4 –Hustlers Convention Turn It Up (DJ Maurizio Mix)
Producer – Mike Gray & Jon Pearn
Remix – DJ Maurizio*
Written-By – Mike Gray/Jon Pearn*, Nick Clow
1-5 –Doug Willis Feel The Funk
Producer, Mixed By – Dave Lee
Written-By – H. Bohannon*
1-6 –East West Connection East West Club
Written-By, Producer – Dr. Bob Jones, Lofty
1-7 –Heclectic, The Featuring Latasha P. Jordan Found A Cure (D'Ambrosio Classic Club Mix)
Featuring – Latasha P. Jordan
Producer – Giancarlino "The Heclectic"*
Remix – D'Ambrosio*
Remix [Credited To], Producer [Additional] – Bobby D'Ambrosio
Written-By – N. Ashford/V. Simpson*
1-8 –Mike Delgado Byrd Man's Revenge
Written-By, Producer – Mike Delgado
1-9 –Eddie Amador House Music (The Beats Mix)
Written-By, Producer – E.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 20 Dec 2009
Format:Audio CD
Wicked album still sounds fresh today listened to it as a teenager still love it at twenty six.
Well worth the buy mixing is excellent.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Decent but below standard for Renaissance 4 Mar 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Renaissance has a stunning track record, and prides itself on cutting-edge tracks. That's commendible, even when it doesn't work.
This 3 CD set is an import and thus very expensive. Before you buy, check out the other Renaissance Worldwide releases, the London mix and Volume One. Both are far superior in consistancy and mixing. The Singapore set isn't bad, but not really worth the price.
Disc One, David Morales, is very housy and not really my taste. Some of the songs kick in the booty, but I've never listened to this CD the whole way through...too many wailing women, too 'cheesy'.
Disc Two by Dave Seamen is very good, and a bit more esoteric than his London mix. The last third of the CD really opens up, espicially the Garbage remix.
Disc Three by BT is OK, but has its faults: he extends some of these songs too long without variety, and on other songs he 'layers' the sound a little too thick, marring great tunes like 'Bad Girl.' This CD ends very strong.
Better than most 'techno' released in the US, but not on a par with other releases on this label. Kudos for experimentation, though.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, if you like a little variety 7 Dec 1999
By Kenneth B. Buck - Published on
Format:Audio CD
This was the first CD I got from Rennaissance, being attracted to the BT mixed CD. Morales's mix is good house with some soul overtones in the beginning, not bad if you're into house. I love the way the Seaman CD has the good base of trance, but then incorparates 2 great songs by Howie B. and DJ shadow at the end, it's a nice treat to hear the bridge from trance to Shadow's unique hip-hop. The BT disc, which was actually mixed on ProTools and not a turntable, has some low points but overall it's not bad. The overall vibe is prog trance but has a little variation. I love the version of Godspeed that ends the compillation.
I have too many mixes to compare to this, other than Sasha, but I'd say it's worth 30 bucks if you can tolerate old-fashioned house and a few other influences next to your trance. If not, buy Oakie or a Sasha mix.
4.0 out of 5 stars three hours of good dance music 18 May 2000
By Igor Gershenson - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Considering that this compilation contains three CDs, the price, in reality, is not that bad. All in all, I think some people here are a bit too harsh on this compilation. CD1 is a pleasant mix of what is essentially remixed disco tunes (at least that is what they sound like to me). Almost every song follows the same outline: cliched lyrics, female vocal, soul and disco sounds, relentless beat. As dated and simple as all that sounds, it is fun to dance to. The other two Cds get a bit more serious. Dave Seaman rules, as always. The first two opening tracks on his CD are nothing special but they are very short and serve simply as an introduction for what is to come. As usual, Seaman's selections are good, although I think that his Renaissance Awakening CD is considerably better. BT's mix-and this is where I probably differ with most of the reviewers here-is perhaps the best of the three. Except track 10, all the tracks are good. Even the couple of songs that are mediocre by themeselves work well as part of the mix. Very enjoyable compilation. Also, there seems to be some confusion on this page because some reviews are about the London edition with Dave Seaman and Robert Miles.
4.0 out of 5 stars Seaman steals the show 31 Dec 1998
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Format:Audio CD
The second Renaissance installment is very good. David Morales' CD was a little bit too cheesy techno for my taste, his CD was a constant flow of house beats with cheesy vocals. BT's CD is a very good DJ effort for a first-timer, featuring three of his own tunes, one under the surname Two Phat C*nts, and one under Kaistar. However, BT should stick to what he does best, making music. Then comes David Seaman, whose effort is the best DJ CD I have ever heard, bar none, including the Digweeds and Oakenfold. Seaman's CD is very trancy, with a little house thrown in for good measure, and is a mindblowin listen from start to finish. His CD is worth the price of the compilation alone.
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