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  • Audio CD (18 Feb 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Soma
  • ASIN: B00127G75W
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 144,614 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. Black GoldItamar Sagi 3:20Album Only
Listen  2. Horizon (Funk D'Void's Hope Mix)Beroshima 6:43Album Only
Listen  3. Earth Women Are EasyAlex Moran 4:34Album Only
Listen  4. KlangfarbenJoel Mull 6:39Album Only
Listen  5. Drip (Apparat Remix)Lusine 3:25Album Only
Listen  6. Those Days (Jimpster's Deep Dub Mix)Cloud 4:21Album Only
Listen  7. New EraQuince 3:50Album Only
Listen  8. Melodies & MemoryVector Lovers 4:36Album Only
Listen  9. Tonight (King Britt Remix)H-Foundation 3:04Album Only
Listen10. Deep (Francois Dubois Remix)Dirt Crew 5:45Album Only
Listen11. Illuminations (Milton Jackson Remix)Ski Oakenfull 6:00Album Only
Listen12. Sequential DubOzy 4:28Album Only
Listen13. Track 5Giles Smith presents Two Armadillos 4:51Album Only
Listen14. R U AwareSian 2:02Album Only
Listen15. DeeperBlakkat 3:38Album Only
Listen16. CommunicateArtec 5:26Album Only
Listen17. Timeout (Atmosphere 320 Dub)Vincenzo 7:01Album Only

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. L. Carlsson on 1 Mar 2008
Format: Audio CD
To be completely honest i was never a fan of the Sci_Fi_Hi_Fi series, although being a lover of Soma, and of course Lars 'Funk D'void' i believed this may have possibly being worth splurging my money on. Boy was i right. I absolutely love this album, a hypnotic blend of deep house and techno, this album has more a feel of lars in his Dubois guise. What i like about this album is that it doesnt build slowly to peak time material but builds then takes the tempo for a little stroll with tracks by vector lovers and H-foundation (some of the older tracks on this album)before picking up where it left off. All this without greating a feeling of being disjointed, a true triumph!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jens Full on 6 Feb 2009
Format: Audio CD
Simply the best mix CD of 2008. Deep, warm techhouse that is beautiful from start to end and does laidback as well as warm-up for things to come.
Lovely.
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This is the best in the sci-fi hi-fi series and is a warm blend of deep techy house music. Almost every track is a highlight for me but the apparat remix of lusines drip is sensational and sits beautifully within the mix; every time I hear it I want to turn up my stereo and immerse myself within it's soundscape. This is an absolute must own cd for any deep house fan.
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Putting a Void in the Funk 19 Feb 2010
By Mark Eremite - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Volume One? Harsh & mellow traditional house vibe. Four stars.

Volume Two? Amazing exercise in minimal techno. Five stars.

Volume Three? Mostly successful pastiche of deep, dark microtrance. Four stars.

This volume?

Other than a few singles, I'd never heard of Funk D'Void before this mix, and I didn't really know what to expect from him. It turns out that what you can expect is some technically proficient house lounge, but without much personality to it.

The first four tracks establish a light, progressive house feel without taking that energy anywhere interesting. It's a lazy, quiet, and uninventive atmosphere, so much so that -- while good -- tracks one through four sound like clones of each other. Near the end of Mull's "Klangfarben," our DJ inserts a nice peppy backbone into the vague trancy mood he's established, and it feels like the set is finally about to flaunt some serious moves.

Then the Apparat retooling of Lusine's "Drip" comes on, and the change couldn't be more drastic. This song sounds damaged, and it crumples the smooth easy pace Funk D'Void just spent twenty minutes on. The next song -- a lanky lounge number by Cloud called "Those Days" -- is a welcome return to calmer waters. Unfortunately, although FDV keeps those waters bubbly and warm, they're also plain-tasting and unremarkable. It seemed -- at this point -- like the goal was some pleasant lounge house. Nothing too exciting, but not bad, either. I was sold.

Until H-Foundation's "Tonight," with its cliched diva-esque vocals, came on. The set officially becomes cheesy from this point on. The vibe stays with the trance/lounge kick, but the songs sound like they are plagiarizing themselves. You get some superbly mixed melodies and rhythms, but they stay pretty much featureless throughout. There's a lot of fire in the belly of this set, but it isn't used to propel the set in any kind of concrete direction. It spirals around the same electric jazz inflection until the closer -- Vincenzo's "Timeout" -- shuts the set down with a nice dose of energy that ends up being more expressive than the eight previous tracks.

It seems like this installment of the Sci-Fi Hi-Fi series demonstrates what technical skills Funk D'Void has mastered without also showing us anything new in the world of IDM. Efficient, consistent, and dull, this is the first of the series that I felt just didn't shine.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Perfect melodic techno 11 Mar 2008
By Marc Gustafson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The Sci-fi Hi-fi series on Soma has quickly become one of the best mix series out there, and it is unique in their approach to dance music. However, I felt compelled to write a review for this CD, because it not only reached my high expectations but exceeded them. Funk D'Void is a techno producer par excellence, and his recent production, particularly White Light with Phil K, has the driving melodic edge that attracts me so much. So, I was very interested to see what kind of mix he would put together. Indeed, melody is key element here, but the rhythmic timing and the superb mixing take this mix to the next level. Also, it's not really a fast paced mix; it takes you deeper instead, so I'm sure many people would call this deep house instead of techno. I'm not sure how this mix was put together, but it is literally flawless. The cover artwork of kaleidoscopic images ties into how this mix reverberates. The main CD I would compare it to would be John Selway's Lightwave on Journeys by DJ. If you like this type of music, I think you'll be pleased to find this is a mix you'll be listening to for years to come.
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