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  • Audio CD (12 Jun. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Stereo Sushi (MOS)
  • ASIN: B000FS9DU0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 206,924 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Grateful (Fanatix Mix) - Dennis Ferrer
2. Runaway Love (Osio Remix) - Bobby D'Ambrosio
3. Make A Move On Me (DJ Spen Vocal) - Joey Negro
4. I Don't Want You Anymore (Club Mix) - The Muthafunkaz
5. For All Eternity (Joey Negro Club Mix) - The Sunburst Band
6. Devotion (A Bit More Lovin') (Timmys Alternative Mix) - Timmy Vegas
7. Just A Dream (Fanatix Vocal Mix) - Kimara Lovelace
8. That Thing Called Love (Vocal Mix) - Fanatix
9. Change The World (Main Mix) - Dennis Ferrer
10. Bring Me Love (Main Mix) - Copyright
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Disc: 2
1. Life Ain't What It Seems (Louie Vega Ritual Mix) - Sterling Ensemble
2. No More Love (Groovy Mix) - Quentin Harris
3. Fallen (Karizma's Deepah Vocal Dub) - Tanya Stephenson
4. Son Of Raw - Dennis Ferrer
5. So Let The Wind Come (Remix) - Kerri Chandler
6. Back When (SP Classic Remix) - Dirty Diggers
7. You're Not Alone (Joey Negro Club Mix) - Dave Lee
8. Esperanza (DJ Spen & Gary Hudge Remix) - Penn
9. Nightrain (Dub) - Thommy Davis
10. Human Wave (Original Mix) - Afromento
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Luiz P. R. Parreiras on 20 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
I hadn't bought any HK since Mark Doyle's departure, but being a big fan of the Stereo Sushi series I thought 'let's give it a try'. An utter disappointment i have to say...

CD 1 is good but not great, "runaway love" is a fine track but it is also on "Tokyo Disco", "for all eternity" is a cool track in the old sushi spirit, as is "devotion" (seamus haji hardly ever gets it wrong), "just a dream" is my favorite here, a real surprise with nice vocals by Kimara Lovelace (never heard of her before). the other tracks are all below average - not one of them makes me return to this CD over and over again.

CD 2, well, is just boring. it has none of the sushi spirit and feel. some people might like but not me...it's not joyful, happy house the way i've come to expect from this series. the only one standing out (barely) is "you're not alone". btw, i cannot stand the bassline on "life ain't what it seems"...

all in all, going by the other reviewers' method, 3 stars for CD 1 and 1 star for CD 2 equals a 2 starred review.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Scubaboy VINE VOICE on 18 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
Loved all 7 volumes of this series compiled by Mark Doyle and I was so hoping that the new Team Kandi wouldn't screw up. Recent output - in particular 'Nu Cool 5' and 'Serve Chilled' were excellent after all. Unfortunately my hope's were dashed. CD1 consists of well thought out choices that are worthy of any of the previous volumes. Hardly a duff track and well worthy of a 4* rating. I don't agree with another reviewer who seems to pan even this disc - he's wrong.

But I agree that CD2 is a huge let down. Someone should have told the new regime that Sushi is all about soulful lounging - not electro-pap that's clearly 'twisted' in its style (not my favourite genre as you may have gathered!). I was so fustrated at having listened to the excellent first disc and eager for more to find that after a few tracks it degenerates into soul-less un-sushi synth-driven nonsense without a real instrument in sight. 2* at best for CD2 I'm afraid. Overall my lowest score for a Sushi disc, simply because the style of music, yet again, is inappropriate for the genre - a worrying trend that both HK and Doyle are recently intent on perpetuating. Why on earth can't both stables give us output that does exactly what it says on the tin?
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
disappointment 29 Aug. 2006
By Luiz P. R. Parreiras - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I hadn't bought any HK since Mark Doyle's departure, but being a big fan of the Stereo Sushi series I thought 'let's give it a try'. An utter disappointment i have to say...

CD 1 is good but not great, "runaway love" is a fine track but it is also on "Tokyo Disco", "for all eternity" is a cool track in the old sushi spirit, as is "devotion" (seamus haji hardly ever gets it wrong), "just a dream" is my favorite here, a real surprise with nice vocals by Kimara Lovelace (never heard of her before). the other tracks are all below average - not one of them makes me return to this CD over and over again.

CD 2, well, is just boring. it has none of the sushi spirit and feel. some people might like but not me...it's not joyful, happy house the way i've come to expect from this series. the only one standing out (barely) is "you're not alone". btw, i cannot stand the bassline on "life ain't what it seems"...

all in all, going by the other reviewers' method, 3 stars for CD 1 and 1 star for CD 2 equals a 2 starred review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good Stuff 11 Feb. 2013
By Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is my second rating for this cd series and like I said before ... I generally like the Stereo Sushi line-up.
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