Global Underground: Sander Kleinenberg - Nubreed 4 Double CD
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Each of the Global Underground albums (from the likes of Sasha, Darren Emerson and Danny Tenaglia) have carried a distinct blend of house and trance--funky, progressive and intense. Dutch DJ, Sander Kleinenberg's mix on Nu Breed Vol. 4 is no exception. Disc One is that familiar hybrid of smooth and deep synth-led tunes with the premium on pretty melodies and consistent dancefloor shuffle. Kleinenberg's style leans towards peak-time podium classics but is distinguishable from the usual crop of mainstream compilations by virtue of his choices. The gems of the bunch include Satoshi Tomie's "Atari", Hernan Cantaneo's "Deep Funk" and Sasha and Emerson's moody, tribal "Scorcho". All possess an utterly infectious groove that kicks in the first ten seconds and then manages to ramp up the energy with raucous dubbed-out bass lines and quirky effects.
What's really worth the cash though is Disc Two, where we find Kleinenberg delivering a curious, eclectic mix in fine style. With cool and precisely engineered layers of rhythmic mystery and suspense, he begins gently with Zinger Meets Spry's off-centre jazz ramble, "Story of the Heaviest Bassline Ever" and Swayzak's lovely "State of Grace". Meanwhile old hands such as The Art of Noise ("Yebo") and Felix Da Housecat, (the demented "Silver Screen Shower Scene") rub shoulders with relative newcomers such as Ghosts' ("10th Planet") and Hidden ("Krystal") in a dancefloor meltdown which manages to be both sexy and wickedly aggressive. --Reuben Dessay
Top Customer Reviews
Disc two though WOW!!! The best GU mix to date! It has little trippy sounds that somehow when combined with the wonderful basslines just make your eyes glaze over, and you just loose track of time totally!
Cant wait to see the man live!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Some good tunes and some fillers but I woudl recommend buying this if it was cheap enough. Some classics tooPublished on 18 Mar. 2013 by Ed