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  • Audio CD (10 Oct. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Resist
  • ASIN: B000BARC7S
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 88,204 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Carl Craig – Darkness
2. Luciano – Octogonal
3. Slam – Genex
4. Alex Smoke – Don't See The Point
5. Dominik Eulberg – Rotbauchunken (Robag Wruhme’s Bombina Bumm Remix)
6. Nathan Fake – Dinamo (Dominik Eulberg’s Dinamo Remix)
7. Slam feat. Tyrone Palmer – This World (Wighnomy Brothers and Robag Wruhme Remix) – A Cappella
8. Luci – Mullet Is In Da House
9. Robert Drewek vs. Tomie Nevada – Done In Two Days
10. Marc Houle – Demor
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Disc: 2
1. Mathew Jonson – Gemini
2. Model 500 – Electronic
3. ADJD – Audio Mechanic
4. John Dahlbäck & Staffan Linzatti – Outside
5. Slam – Human (Vector Lovers Remix)
6. Hacker & Millimetric & David Carretta – Moskow Reisen (Original Version)
7. Misc. – Ballett
8. Roman Flugel – Geht’s Noch? (Steve Angello vs. Who's Who Mix)
9. SaD MaFioSo – Ce Que tu Cherches
10. Hiroki Esashika – Kazane
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By En Trance on 19 April 2006
Format: Audio CD
A whopping 35 tracks on 2 discs, and aside from the occasional electro track, it's all dark tech house. If the quirky, grinding sounds of tech house aren't your favorite house genre, do not look here, 'cause you'll be getting a heavy pounding of it. With all the crazy pings and beats in this type of music, I must admit that while driving, I sometimes can't tell if my car's falling apart or it's just the track! The aptly named Nightdrive signifies an incredible experience while playing this in the car, and I have been abusing both these discs over and over again since I got them. It's definitely not dance floor friendly music, and the tones are dark enough to scare the wits out of most elderly people, especially at night! There aren't really any true, full vocal tracks on here, with just the choppy acapellas and digitally distorted voices usually found in techno.

Out of the 35 tracks, I'd say there were only 4 that I was displeased with, and actually, they are both the starting two tracks on either disc. I just start each CD with track 3! Disc 1 is really downtempo until you get to tracks 7 & 8, and by track 9, things really heat up. The rest of the disc features some really funky but dark tech stuff, with Trentemoller's remix of Coincidance, and ends with an epic James Holden re-rub of an oddly titled Black Strobe track. Oddly, this last track is over 10 minutes, when you were lucky to find a 5 minute track in all the rest.

Disc 2 is higher energy stuff from the get go, and other than the 2 opening tracks, the entire disc is solid tech and electro tracks. What stops this set from getting 5 stars from me is lack of monster tracks; tracks that blow up the mix and take it to the next level. While there are a few on here, nowhere near the quota I would expect from a 35 track mix.
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Format: Audio CD
I have to admit I'm no tech/minimal/house expert. I recently heard slam at Pressure and hunted down their material in consequence.
2 discs : All the tunes are dark , thumping and sound like a computer malfunctioning.My personal favourite is coincidance (trentemoller remix).There is not a scent of cheese on here , thankfully. Really nice for zoning out on a drive to , hence the title.
While this may not be the most technically gifted reviews ,I just think this title deserves more than 1 review , snap it up as there doesn't seem to be any more being sold by amazon.Also believe when I say, there's no sign of it anywhere on the download ;)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A heavy dose of dark tech house. 1 Mar. 2006
By En Trance - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
A whopping 35 tracks on 2 discs, and aside from the occasional electro track, it's all dark techno and minimal. If the quirky, grinding sounds of minimal techno aren't your favorite genre, do not look here, 'cause you'll be getting a heavy pounding of it. With all the crazy pings and beats in this type of music, I must admit that while driving, I sometimes can't tell if my car's falling apart or it's just the track! The aptly named Nightdrive signifies an incredible experience while playing this in the car, and I have been abusing both these discs over and over again since I got them. It's definitely not dance floor friendly music, and the tones are dark enough to scare the wits out of most elderly people, especially at night! There aren't really any true, full vocal tracks on here, with just the choppy acapellas and digitally distorted voices usually found in techno.

Out of the 35 tracks, I'd say there were only 4 that I was displeased with, and actually, they are both the starting two tracks on either disc. I just start each CD with track 3! Disc 1 is really downtempo until you get to tracks 7 & 8, and by track 9, things really heat up. The rest of the disc features some really funky but dark tech stuff, with Trentemoller's remix of Coincidance, and ends with an epic James Holden re-rub of an oddly titled Black Strobe track. Oddly, this last track is over 10 minutes, when you were lucky to find a 5 minute track in all the rest.

Disc 2 is higher energy stuff from the get go, and other than the 2 opening tracks, the entire disc is solid techno and tech house tracks. What stops this set from getting 5 stars from me is lack of monster tracks; tracks that blow up the mix and take it to the next level. While there are a few on here, nowhere near the quota I would expect from a 35 track mix. Don't get me wrong, other than the 4 tracks I mentioned, ALL songs are average to well above average. It's just that the well above average ones are fewer, and when you get to those, they only usually last 3 1/2 minutes (the average of most tracks on here), so you find yourself hitting the back skip button a lot. This mix definitely could have used longer cuts of some key tracks, even if it meant less tracks (there are certainly plenty of them anyway), and a better helping of top notch melodies.

Overall, a must buy for the tech house fan. I just wish the tracks were a bit more selective, fewer, and longer.
This is the business. 25 Feb. 2006
By J. R. Torres - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Slam definitely represent the best in techno and tech house. This two disc set does a great job of showing their range of tastes and sounds. Cd One is a slightly deeper, mellower affair. From the opening ambiance of Carl Craig's 'Darkness' to the driving rhythms of Marc O Tool's 'Gear 1', the first disc runs the gamut.

Cd Two hits the ground running. Choice tunes by Mathew Jonson, John Dahlbåck, Vector Lovers and Adam Beyer, to name a few, get blended together for a mix that showcases the progression and evolution of the techno sound.

Dark, Deep, Funky and just plain Good. Highly Recommended!
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