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Soundbox: DJ Dazzle

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Dazzle has been active in the industry for more than a decade. Almost immediately after Black Hole Recordings released Dazzle's first mix compilation "Freedom" in 1999, his career steadily moved upwards. Thanks to the success of the initial issue, three sequels in the "Freedom" series followed, which eventually paved the way for a new, more personal concept ... Read more in Amazon's Dazzle Store

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Disc: 1
1. Carbon Kick - Brian McArdle
2. Mattica - Chab
3. Decadence - G-Pal
4. Requiem - Madagascar
5. Dive Into Deep - Revolt
6. Seconds - Q-Lock
7. 36 - Tilt
8. The Underground Part 2 - Celeda
9. Voodoo - Stashrider
10. Re-Vision 2 - Dark Driver
Disc: 2
1. Daydreamer - Scene Crashing
2. Pioneers Of The Warped Groove - Caspar Pound
3. Hovering - The Travellers
4. Contact - The Fact
5. State Of Panic - Adam Dived
6. Shine On - Jaimy
7. Lost Again - Shibumi
8. Kites - Angel
9. Urban Train - Kirsty Hawkshaw
10. Landslide - Friskoboy
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Good, Solid Mix 16 Jan 2002
By SMDP - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This 2xCD is a good progressive selection...I really don't like the first disc, its more of a chilled type trance that Im not really into...but disc 2 is a solid, deep, progressive trance mix...the more you listen to it, the darker it sounds...very good overall...
The second cd is a keeper 6 Feb 2002
By Douglas A. Greenberg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Some of us can never get enough progressive dance music, so it's very fortunate that there are guys like DJ Dazzle to come along offering unexpectedly interesting mix cd's for our listening pleasure. This two cd set was released on the Dutch Black Hole label, better known perhaps for its showcasing of popular trance dj's like DJ Tiesto and Ferry Corsten. Despite the somewhat silly monicker, DJ Dazzle shows that he knows how to pick, sequence, and mix tracks, and overall this is a fine release.
In my humble opinion, the second cd is far superior to the first. The first cd, which, curiously, is less than an hour long, includes some fine trancey material, but there are some shortcomings, as well. First, Dazzle includes a track by the usually reliable G Pal that incorporates a cheesy spoken "poetic" male vocal that I find irritating. Second, featured prominently in this first cd is not one but repeated uses of the now tiresome "Apollo mission vocal samples." The use of thirty-year-old recordings of twangy, semi-articulate astronaut-speak to suggest "takeoff on a cosmic journey" became trite a couple of years ago, and yet it continues to appear again and again in progressive house and trance recordings. Enough already! Finally, whereas most of the material Dazzle incorporates here is fresh, he includes a couple of tracks that by now simply have been overexposed. These include Revolt's "Dive into the Deep" and the Mara remix of Dark Driver's "Re-Vision 2."
So far, not so great. Fortunately for Dazzle and for all of us, however, the second cd is wayyyyy better than the first, and significantly longer, too. Here Dazzle cobbles together 77 glorious minutes of progressive magic, thoughtfully crafted into one terrific mix. For me, highlights include the wonderful Monza remix of Angel's "Kites" and the Kasey Taylor (aka Ocean Wave) remix of The Fact's "Contact." Overall, Dazzle develops and maintains a deep hypnotic groove here and yet this mix also generates plenty of energy throughout to inspire dancing. Bravo!
I rate disc one worth three stars, while disc two is definitely five star material. Unless my calculations are seriously flawed here, this works out to an overall rating of four stars.
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