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5.0 out of 5 stars Great compilation!, 27 April 2000
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This review is from: Sessions 10: The Subliminal Sessions (Audio CD)
In my view there's nothing better than some good US house music, and this is just brilliant. Erick Morrillo does his usual of great long accapellas, whilst 2 other members of the "Constipated Monkeys" do their half of the album also in a great Subliminal style. Tracks that caught my eyes (or ears)- Mongobonix- Mas Pito, Paul Johnson- Get on my camel.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Over 2 hours of funky US house bliss, 14 Sep 2002
This review is from: Sessions 10: The Subliminal Sessions (Audio CD)
This compilation exemplifies the subliminal sound- funky, filtered grooves, built on bangin' basslines.
Morillo's mix on CD 1 mirrors his versatility by driving us form the vocal hits 'Believe' (featuring the immortal diva Jocelyn Brown) and 'I want You' by CZR/Delano, to the Ibiza-flavour Latin house 'Brazil over Zurich' and 'Club Fiesta', moving to the energetic funky sounds of The Night's 'Energy' and Richard F's 'The way', topped up with interesting occasional accappellas.
CD 2 sticks to the tougher, funky sound with Morillo's Subliminal mates Harry Romero & Jose Nunez mixing some awesome hits like 'Must be the Music', 'Mas Pito', 'City of Angels', Harry's own hit for 2000 'Hazin' & Phazin', and Jorge Zamacona's terribly tribal and pumpin' '90's Formula'.
Definitely a must for funky house heads!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Beltin'!, 28 Dec 2000
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This review is from: Sessions 10: The Subliminal Sessions (Audio CD)
Erick Morillo does the business once more with this cracking CD from his Subliminal label. His funky, soulful influences pervade the album continously - from the lucid chaos of Cassius' wonderful "La Mouche" to the hands-in-the-air floor-filler that is "Must be the Music", Morillo and his cohorts provide us with a superb chronicle of current quality US house.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is the best house, 3 April 2000
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This review is from: Sessions 10: The Subliminal Sessions (Audio CD)
If you like your house New York style this is the compilation for you. Subliminal have pulled out all stops for this slamming US House album filled with chart-smashing little numbers, forthcoming releases and brilliant, slightly more underground tracks. This has to be the sound of summer 2000, forget any trancy stuff - this is the real pure, funky, disco burning soundtrack of the year so far.
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