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Electro House Sessions Box set, Enhanced
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This is more the latter, as evident on disc 1 by the inclusion of tracks such as Mason/Princess Superstar's 'Perfect Exceeder', Sharam's 'P.A.T.T.', Booty Luv's 'Boogie2Nite' and Eric Prydz's Pink Floyd re-hash 'Proper Education'. Also featured on this disc are a couple of tracks which I actually have to skip, and which Ministry have clearly included to attract more mainstream clubbers to this album - by this I mean the offerings from Fedde Le Grand and David Guetta/The Egg. Don't get me wrong, I loved both these tracks when I first heard them, and played them to death myself, but they really are getting tired.
'Elektro' by Outwork feat. MC/Mr. Gee may also feel overplayed if you're an avid clubber, ditto Alex Gaudino/Enur's Destination Calabria - but it's still an absolute dancefloor grenade, and personally one of the feel-good higlights of this disc! But the real gems on disc 1 are up-and-coming musical genius Danny Freakazoid's offerings (he's also half of the Freakx Brothers), Teken and Tension. Teken is a prime example of how this genre can keep the filthy analogue sound and still be infectiously funky. The last seven tracks very much redeem what starts off as a very ministry-style radioish compilation.Read more ›
I'm really quite attached to this mix set, it's touched a nerve with me, something about the combination of obviously commercial "charting" tracks such as Mason vs Princess and Bootyluv, with the undiscovered stuff like the Vandalism Unreleased Mix of the Freakz track.
There is a definite Trance element to Electro House, and I know it's largely irrelevant to most of the people who will buy this set, but the weaving of three or four tracks together with a common feel and the ability to make each track feel like it's supposed to run into the next is quite special. Together with the basic shamanic effort of trance music, it's ace.
Disc 2 track 10 (Heartbeats) running to the end of The Drill by The Drill is just such a section. You could drop these 4 tracks in any club in the world and have the best DJs and, more importantly, the entire room eating out of your hand. It's a journey, lose yourself in it. Faster, more.
And if that last sentance makes you just cringe, then don't worry about us trance/electro junkies who dream of being back on Anjuna Beach and buy the album for a great tour of the genre in 2007.
Oh and Guy, I thought the inclusion of Kernkraft 400 right at the end was too cool. It's saying "Look! There was a glimpse Electro House way back in 1999! See how cool it sounds even now!" Or maybe I'm nuts.
Great if you're into the non-chavy side of club music!