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Global Underground 9: Sasha In San Francisco Double CD

4.8 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (9 Nov. 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Global Underground
  • ASIN: B00004XNDI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 170,862 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro - Streetbums
  2. Platform - Freaky Chakra
  3. Solid space business - Attaboy
  4. Protect your mind (Van Bellen mix) - DJ Sakin
  5. Resurrection - Classified Project
  6. Resurrection (2) - Medway
  7. Lecture - Slick Mick
  8. Bluestream - Sneaky Alien
  9. Empress II - Multi Tracks
  10. Bulgarian (incisions mix) - Travel
  11. Soul to bare (Christian Hombostal mix) - Joi Cardwell
  12. Everything's not you - Quivver
  13. I'm free (William Orbit remix) - Morgan King
  14. Anomaly Calling Your Name - Libra Pres.Taylor (Albion Mix)

Disc: 2

  1. Intro
  2. Narkotikblue
  3. Hale Bopp - Der Dritte Raum
  4. Hope - Luminatus
  5. Clarkness - Kane, Dave
  6. Acoustic principles - Eclipse 8
  7. Psionic - Mana
  8. Chain - Breeder
  9. Change me - Paragliders
  10. Twilo thunder - Breeder
  11. Movin' thru your system - Jark Prongo
  12. Mission - DJ Tomcraft
  13. I Dream (Tilt's resurrection) - Tilt

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As if the hyperbole of the other esteemed reviewers wasn't enough to convince you to buy this album, let me humbly add that I own no other piece of music of any genre that is as intense, musical, long-lasting and utterly riveting to listen to than this.

I have been listening to these 2 CDs off and on for about two years now and I still find new 'moments' of pure musical bliss each time.

I simply lack the facility to describe the power of the start of the Tilt track 'I Dream' at the culmination of CD 2.

Listen to it in the car, in a club, with headphones, in your living room all alone with a beer - it doesn't matter, just listen to this as much as you possibly can before you die!
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Here is a phenomenon that must be owned. Sasha's art is, with care, to evoke in the listener a deep, rich, cerebral sense of peace and pleasure. It is far-reaching. I've not known it elsewhere. It will hold the soul of an entire group or, for an individual armed with headphones, become an almost spiritual, certainly personal experience. It is not a set, it is an ethos.
Throughout each CD, Sasha's mixing is to perfection. Genius presents itself not only in the choice of tracks but in their flow, each piece a natural successor and precursor, carrying the mood or furthering the journey. Sasha mixes almost in the background, fixing your focus firmly on the music. Like a good storyteller, who does not pause to trumpet his storytelling ability...
Only afterwards do you realise just how well it all works. In particular, the mixing on CD1 from "Bulgarian" onwards is really outstanding. CD1 eases you into a frame of mind which CD2 then expands radically without asking whether you can take it. Musically it's all great, with "Platform", "Bulgarian", "I'm Free", and "Hale Bopp" serving as personal highlights, and Dave Kane's "Clarkness" being one of the best ever. My only disappointment is that Sasha decided to fade out during the incredible build of Tilt's whopping "I Dream". Then again, perhaps that's the point...
Please do not mistake this all for an overreaction: it is an understatement. "San Francisco" is a strange creation, and words will never capture it; only by experiencing is it fully understood.
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Quite the most wonderful expanse of music, hearing it, you can just drift away and imagine its 3am in a crowded club , bouncing to this most hypnotic of beats, eyes closed , people have entered their own worlds , but are fused as one, like the engine of a giant machine, Sasha provides the petrol!. This is dark twisted music, for people who like good music ..... more .... much more please!
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When it comes to Sasha i'm very biased i've been listening to him on cassette , cd's & live since my very early 20's - i'm now mid 40's & i still look forward to listening to what he's got to offer & Sasha just never disappoints & this 1 is no different a fantastic set from beginning to end as soon you as you press play you know its the genius Sasha ! For years he's pushed dance music to new heights & when the crowd catch up he just turns it up another notch & this is no different just listen to him push the boundaries !
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Sasha continues to push the boundaries of dance music to new heights. This blinding collection is yet another example of his sheer passion for his work. He's come a long way since the crazy nights at Shelley's and now bestrides the dance and remixing world like a colossus. He is the governor - it's as simple as that.
As with all his latest stuff, it takes a bit of listening too. It's not the instant, cop-out collections that Ministry of Sound keep knocking out, more an accurate reflection of a top dj's skill. (all credit to the GU boys for persevering along this line.)
The album is a storming collection of deep trance, that twists and turns along a deep, dark, progressive journey. CD1 is awesome, CD2 beggars belief, and one can only imagine the mayhem inside San Francisco's Spundae club during Sasha's twin spin of Breeder's 'The Chain' and 'Twilo Thunder' towards the end of CD2.
GU09 is up there with Sasha's GU13 Ibiza. If you were fortunate enough to have been present at Cream's 7th birthday last November, you'll know what I'm banging on about. If you don't already own GU09 and GU13, I suggest you rectify the situation immediately.
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It is suggestive as trance should be, but after 149 minutes of quite nice trance mixing Ive got few really highlights.CD1 is Ok, but brings no new attention to all the former nice work done by Sasha. Beginning of CD 2 is pretty amazing, but soon it goes back to traditionell mixing rythms. In the 90.th they said CD killed the music? Because Vinyl LPs couldnt content more than 37-38 minutes of music, so if the band had one hit and 2 good tracks included in the album it was a real goal getter. One CD can play 74-78 minutes of music, therefore it is very difficult to perform high attention through the whole disc, not to mencion 2 discs.

Ok, mathematically disc 1 is a 4 stars and disc 2 is close to 5stars, so I end up in 4,4 stars! Which my school teacher told me should be written without decimals as 4. Sincerely, by all means Im speaking about stupid details, if you like Sasha, just go for it!
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