- Audio CD (6 Oct. 2008)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: Box set
- Label: ANJUNABEATS
- ASIN: B001FBWVL4
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,862 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Above & Beyond - Anjunabeats Volume Six Box set
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2008 two CD set. Disc One showcases the Anjunadeep sound, the deeper, atmospheric-end of the Anjuna spectrum thats attracted champions such as Sasha, James Zabiela, and Desyn Masiello. Highlights include tracks from Jaytech, Komytea (aka Michael Cassette), Joonas Hahmo, Paul Keeley (ASOH as featured in Zabielas Glastonbury Essential Mix), Joonas Hahmo (Cocktail Bar), Andy Moor (Fake Awake), and more. Disc Two features the classy melodic Trance sound that Anjunabeats is best known for, and includes Oceanlab (Breaking Ties - A&B Club Mix), Super 8 & Tab (Elektra), Bart Claessen & Dave Schiemanns Madness(I Prefer This Mix), and others. Hinote.
Top Customer Reviews
CD1, aka the Anjunadeep disc, it has to be said is more mellow than it's other half. There are no real dancefloor destroyers on here, it is, however, filled with beats so catchy that you find yourself nodding your head along to them as you listen. I have recognised a few tracks from live DJ sets from the likes of Tiesto and Armin van Buuren, in particular Myon & Shane 54's 'Not A Lot Left' which seems to have really taken off.
CD2 will be more familier waters for many, me included, and is no disappointment. With names like Nitrous Oxide, The Thrillseekers and Oliver Smith making appearances, the quality is already almost assured. If you're a fan of uplifting trance, this really is as good as it gets. Particular highlights include Kandi & Neumann's 'Let Go', Adam Nickey's 'Slider' and Jinx and Smith's 'Sunrise'. And of course 3 tracks that have set dancefloors alight this year: Super8 & Tab's 'Elektra', The Thrillseekers' 'The Last Time' and OceanLab's 'Miracle'.
Overall it is another solid compilation release from the Anjunabeats label.Read more ›
Above & Beyond are firmly establishing themselves as the best in picking out quality trance music, but that's not all - much of cd01 is covered with tempting and intriguing house music, with a little bit of a trancey edge if you like. But unlike others who have tried and failed to incooporate house music into an otherwise generally trance album, A&B have chosen some sublime music from some of the best upcoming (and classic) artists. The album is indeed like a journey from house to trance, gradually getting more trancey the further you go.
Ironically, I think the most disappoining part of this compilation are the first few tracks on cd01. They lack that bite or passion of the rest in my opinion, and left me fearing that much of the housier numbers would be much the same. But I was left blown away by the rest of cd01, with the likes of the brilliant Jaytech, a great song from teenager Mat Zo and a truly gorgeous track from Andy Moor. There is a lot of dominant bass in these songs, but this doesn't kill the melodies of the tracks.
Then cd02 - classic trance city. I suppose the good thing about this is the selection of songs, compared to other recent albums (especially AvB ASoT 2008). And I believe A&B's mixing and editing has just got better and better over time, making both albums flow more coherently. CD02 has both melodic, uplifting and hard club trance, so you're in luck regardless of your preference.Read more ›
Anjunabeats 100 is faultless, you can listen to both CDs and never get bored but with Volume 6, I absolutely loved the first CD and some parts of the second CD but the last few tracks of the second CD feel waaaaay too much like that time of the night at Ministry where the music just becomes noisy and it doesn't seem to have any real substance - just hard stuff which is really hard to enjoy. Sure some people might like that stuff but not me so unfortunately the last half of CD is totally hit and miss... but buy it anyway - CD1 rocks!
If you're new to Above & Beyond and Anjunabeats and are looking for non-cheesy trance at its best, dive in.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Of all the Anjunabeats albums this remains my favourite and is still frequently played. Some brilliant Oliver Smith tracks in it.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
i love this album, i have anjunabeats vol 3,4,5,7 and 8 and vol six is my favourite. both cd1 and c2 are equally brilliant. worth every pennyPublished on 20 Nov. 2013 by son of jorrel
from 1 - 7 this is the best anjuna, well mixed tracks, little vocal more melody thats what i like about Anjuna 6, catchy and moody, better average :-)Published on 3 April 2013 by guzi
CD 1 is excellent, great prog tunes such as 'Meet Me In Montauk, 'My Personal Summer', 'Not A Lot Left' and 'Paper Jet'. Read morePublished on 28 Jan. 2013 by Will
Anunabeats volume 6 - what an album !! As always Above & Beyond produce consistently brilliant trance compilations ( up to volume 8 currently ) and this is one of the best. Read morePublished on 15 Jan. 2011 by Stu Young
I have to say, I was drawn to the Anjunabeats series with some of the great reviews on here.
I was definately not disapointed! Read more
this album took me a while to get into but once I got to know the tracks, I listened to it for weeks. Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 2009 by Carine