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The Annual Spring 2002 Double CD
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Apart from the usual big tunes there are some good underground hits. The new vocal version of Jambe Myth is good and Sunglasses At Night is a gem too.
2 records stop this from getting 5 stars. Daniel Bedingfield - Gotta Get Thru This and DJ Alligator Project - The Whistle Song.
The first is a summer 2001 track and the Whistle Song is a pointless novelty record.
Cd1 has house, with Point of view being my fave tune and a nice way to start the album. There are some good songs here, but the mixing is average, done by some unknown asian fella (see inside cover).
Cd2 is a bit better - alot more character and smoother tunes, but let down by cramming in too many songs that just arent good enough - a problem with ministry these days. Will I is probably the best tune here, and the instrumental version of Temple of dreams is quite good. Overall though, its got a smooth and real fresh, spring sound, but this doesnt stop it sounding very average.
Worth buying? [...] maybe...
The second CD is really uplifting and I can honestly say there is not a track on it that I didn't like. There's a good mix of commercial stuff and lesser known tunes and it definately doesn't peter out towards the end. Don't try skipping through the tracks when you first listen to it, as you won't be able to listen to the beginning of any of them without turning up the volume and going nuts!
And well done to Sasha Cherry for getting her name printed in each copy!!!
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