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Above & Beyond - Anjunabeats Volume Six Box set

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  • 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)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Paper Jet - Paul Keeley
  2. Professional Killers - Komytea
  3. A sort of homecoming - Paul Keeley
  4. Meet me in montauk - Signalrunners
  5. Cocktail Bar - Joonas Hahmo
  6. My Personal Summer - Proff
  7. Groove Nova - Jaytech
  8. Do not Cross - Johan Vermeulen
  9. Pyramid - Jaytech
  10. Fake Awake - Andy Moor
  11. Lights Over Austin - Tritonal
  12. Not a lot left - Myon & Shane 54
  13. Horizons - Oliver Smith
  14. Tampere By Night - Joonas Hahmo
  15. Defined - Mat Zo
  16. Restless - Oliver Smith

Disc: 2

  1. These Shoulders - Signalrunners & Julie Thompson
  2. City Lights - Sundriver
  3. Sunrise - Boom Jinx & Oliver Smith
  4. Shift - Adam Nickey
  5. The Last Time - Thrillseekers feat. Fisher
  6. Elektra - Super8 & Tab
  7. Breaking Ties - OceanLab
  8. Show me - Nitrous Oxide
  9. Slider - Adam Nickey
  10. Let Go - Kandi & Neumann
  11. Cirrus - Oliver Smith
  12. Delusion - Super8 & Tab feat. Alyna
  13. Madness - Bart Claessen & Dave Schiemann
  14. Miracle - OceanLab

Product Description

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.

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To those who are already familiar with the Anjunabeats volumes of the past...this latest effort proves the standards are still high. With a glance at the track listings, you will no doubt see at least a few familiar tracks. For those unfamiliar with the Anjunabeats brand, this is simply a mix of hand-picked tracks from the Anjunabeats label by the bosses of the label, Above & Beyond. Once again we have 2 CD's, one showcasing the more house-sounding progressive music as released on their sub-label Anjunadeep, and the other primarily uplifting trance music, a sub-genre which the label is now renowned for pioneering.

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.
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I own three previous compilation albums from the anjunabeats label, two of which are mixed entirely by Above & Beyond (volumes 4 and 5) like this one. These were both excellent albums, but this one has surpassed them both and more, in my opinion.
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.
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PRETTY GOOD BUT NOT MINDBLOWING! Uplifting and moving as you would expect. Sure there are some really great tracks on here and I love them, but it all gets a bit samey for me at times. Yes it's a good standard, but I think it could have had more variety in some the tracks used. That's because I have heard so many great house mixes that I am being picky. Still worth buying yes, however it doesn't touch some amazing house music! I bought an A&B cd on Mixmag which was truly amazing and generally their work is very fresh, but if it was me I would have varied it a little more.
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I am a true Above and Beyond fan - it's pretty much the only music I'll bother to buy because I know it will be good however I was a bit disappointed with the quality of CD2 of this set.

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!
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If you're into this stuff, don't hesitate. It's as good as, if not better than, vol 5.

If you're new to Above & Beyond and Anjunabeats and are looking for non-cheesy trance at its best, dive in.
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Having heard some of the songs from other Anjunabeats compilations, I decided to go ahead and buy this one. It definitely did not disappoint ;) The first CD is the Anjunadeep disc, which I haven't heard much of. The highlights of this disc (for me) were "Paper Jet" by Paul Keeley, "Meet Me In Montauk" by the Signalrunners (not as good as Aria Epica, but oh well :P), "My Personal Summer" by Proff and "Lights Over Austin" by Tritonal. That's not to say the rest were bad, the first disc is perfect for just relaxing on a hot day. The second disc is where it all gets quicker paced and more energised. Must-listens on this disc are "Sunrise" by Boom Jinx & Oliver Smith, "Shift" by Adam Nickey, "Show Me" by Nitrous Oxide and "Let Go" by Kandi & Neumann (possibly for the party after the long, hot day?). Overall, I would definitely recommend the album but just be wary of the song mixing. As another reviewer has mentioned, the songs seem as if they were set to flow nicely together, which has resulted in some songs being cut down and edited (and in some cases, very badly). This is most apparent on the second disc where it seems the songs could have been and were a lot longer to start with. But this really doesn't ruin it at all :)
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