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So Slinky CD


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  • Audio CD (9 April 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Slinky
  • ASIN: B00005B474
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 261,023 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Various Artists - So Slinky

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 April 2001
So Slinky rounds up some of the bigger tunes (in Slinky's opinion) from the last five double CD collections, adds a couple of new tracks.
Technation's Sea Of Blue from InterContinental is the anthemic opener, given a little more length and buildup before Kelly Jones' silky smooth vocal kicks in. Lightforce Join Me hails from Planet Moscow, but it's slightly extended with its three-note hook and sparse lyrics and piano. Tukan's Light a Rainbow is a different mix than before, and given the same treatment as Technation, with a whole verse of instrumental before the uncredited female singer's appearance. The vocals disappear for Soundscape's Supernova, with a haunting six-note melody that builds to a five-note high, keeping a sparse bassline in the background for the length of the track. Nick Barnes flexes his crossfading muscles as Supernova slides effortlessly into Kayestone's Party Til The Break Of Dawn, the first of the hard house pretenders with aggressive synth bassline. Next up is Beat Renegades with Automatik, which begins to blow the roof off with its coarse-as-sandpaper bassline and eight note hook. Bona fide Hard House veteran Lisa Pin-Up zooms in to get the bass and horn pumping with Turn Up The Sound, though it's not the hardest hard house has ever gone-only the hardest core fans can say if this evolution's good for that scene, but Slinky's diversion from trance is certainly a sign they're watching it. 4Motions' It's Over For Me peaks the disc at the centre with its highly amusing chant, and it's not much softer than Lisa Pin-Up.
If this were a standard Slinky Compilation you'd have switched discs. But since it's a single, tracks 9 to 14 represent the deep to hard trance you expect from Slinky and more great crossfading.
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By Johnny on 26 May 2005
...good!
After dabbling with all sorts of different labels recently Global Underground (on which the James Lavelle albums and new Danny Howells one are masterful). I returned to Slinky forsome uplifting trance and was not disappointed with this class production!! Prime example Lightforce Track 2!!
Quality trance from start to finish (although not all of the highest order it maintains its momento very well)- and with some very uplifting beats the ideal companion for the gym to get u going.
This is Slinky at its finest.
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By Georgina Day on 14 Mar 2013
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My son introduced me to the Slinky CDs when they were first produced. I decided I wanted a copy of my own to play in the car..........LOUDLY! Brilliant.
Also I appreciated that it was delivered promptly.
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One of the best! 16 Feb 2004
By webmaster@jiggity. - Published on Amazon.com
I own rougly 2,000 electronic music cds dating from 1996.
This easily ranks top 10 in my collection.
The best part about this cd, is that the tracks aren't burnouts.
Definitely worth the import price tag.
I like this cd alot!!! 26 July 2001
By C. Noseworthy - Published on Amazon.com
This CD is dope, the progressive trance tracks are mixed together very well! This cd is very high energy and great to dance too, cop it!
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