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Global Underground: Satoshi Tomiie - Nu Breed 6 Box set

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  • Audio CD (26 Feb. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Ministry of Sound
  • ASIN: B000068ZTQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 86,059 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Numb - Stephane K. (Original Eclipse Mix)
  2. Music Play - Dj Nukem
  3. These Are The Beats - Little Green Men (Original Mix)
  4. Marscarter - Bernard Leon Howard III feat. 80 (Debo & Porter’s Deported Vocal
  5. Afterthought - Samsara
  6. From Dusk Till Dawn - Lexicon Avene (Sander Kleinenbergs Audio Paranoid Mix)
  7. Deuce - Moogroove (Mara’s Chooicide Remix)
  8. So Pure - Remark (Finger Fest Inc. Remix)
  9. Hungry - Kosheen (Satoshi Tomiie Remix)
  10. Groove Is In The Air - Tijuana (‘Simon’s Future Dreams Mix’ Dj Tools)
  11. Burden - J.F. Sebastian feat. Kaz (Lemon 8’s Inner Sanctuary Mix)
  12. Mind Filter - North Atlantic (Trendroid Croc Hunter Rmx)
  13. I Want You (For Myself) - Kings Of Tomorrow (Luke Fair Remix)

Disc: 2

  1. A Lesser Man - Graffik
  2. Substance - Echomen
  3. Graffiti - Medway/Sean Cusick
  4. Late Night Return - Piliavin & Zimbardo
  5. You're My Everything - Kats & Styles feat. Craig Mitchell (K & S Brooklyn Bass Mix/Nubian Mix)
  6. You Gotta Believe (Atomic Slyde) - Fierce Ruling Diva (Low End Specialists Mix)
  7. Let U Know - Luke Fair
  8. Visible Noise - Hybrid
  9. Strange World - Greed Feat Lesley (Lemon 8 Remix)
  10. Seventh Seal - Jerry Bonham (Tweaked Line Mix)
  11. Chilling Moments - Shmuel Flash (Bedrock Vocal)
  12. Tell You - Max Graham (Luke Fair Remix)

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Nu Breed's latest recruit, Satoshi Tomiie, is the New-York-based Japanese producer who many years ago put the emotive keyboards in classic tracks like "Tears" by Frankie Knuckles. More recently he put the "Love" in "Traffic" on his own debut LP Full Lick, an LP which was informed by the NY-house sound (Tomiie has been part of Def Mix for many years now), but which also heralded the darker, more twisted progressive sound that the DJ/producer has taken up over the last couple of years. Given his veteran status on the electronic music scene, Satoshi seems a strange choice to be fronting the latest instalment of GU's Nu Breed series, but the blurb justifies it in terms of his recent musical shift (hmmmmm). A quick scan through the labels--Saw, Bedrock, Twisted, Distinctive, Forensic--shows that this comp fits snugly into the darker side of the current prog scene, and sure enough Tomiie takes us into a menacing maze of twisted sounds right from the off, spiralling back and forth through textured tunnels of tribal rhythm from the likes of Stephane K ("Numb"), Little Green Men ("These Are The Beats"), Kosheen ("Hungry"), Graffik ("Lesser Man"), Echomen ("Substance"). It's nothing wildly different from many comps out there, but it does hit the spot.--Paul Sullivan

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Format: Audio CD
This nu-breed mix is by far the best progressive set i have ever bought. It starts as it means to go on - in darkness. Eerie vocals, sudden noises and deep bass lines assault you from start to finish. The tracklisting is fantastic, every track is chosen and inserted with a degree of accuracy that would rival the likes of digweed anyday. The mixing is tight and definitely suited to Satoshi's style - there are no 3 minute digweed type introductions, but every mix suits the direction the music is proceeding. On cd 1 look out for satoshi's mix of hungry by kosheen and kleinenberg's remix of lexicon avenues from "dusk till dawn." Cd 2 has some stormers , Kats and styles " you're my everything" has to be heard to be believed and Hybrid's "visible noise" adds some interesting breaks. In conclusion this cd is for people who like the darker side of progression, the Sean Cusick's, The lemon 8's,- for me it's the mix cd i have always dreamed of. I only hope there are further releases like this in the future, for now however this will most certainly suffice. A last point,when you listen to it make sure you use a powerful sound system and play it loud !!!!!!!!!!
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Like all self-respecting fields of music, the opposite ends of the prog house spectrum are, quite litereally, poles apart. This is demonstrated not least by the scene's 'hype boys' of whom, along with people like James Holden and Nathan Fake, Satoshi Tomiie is one. Rather shown here, in fact, though depending on your standpoint this mix is either individual or szchizophrenic. The strong, dark beats are there in abundance, but there's a strong concurrent theme of a lighter, club feel, possibly down to his days in Newcastle's Shindig. It's an influence clear to see: the likes of Kings of Tomorrow, Lexicon Avenue (aka Shindig) and Bernard Leon Howard are all familar names from the Deep Dish side of prog and are regulars on said duo's Yoshitoshi releases. As for darkness, it's definitely there, though in a different way to, say, Chris Fortier's more synthey Bedrock outing or Steve Lawler's gimmickey (even insulting) Lights Out 1.
Throughout you won't need the skip button - even the few fillers on the slightly more up-tempo CD2 seem more designed to proceed to the next part of Satoshi's ideas rather than fill space. CD1's big hitters come from Bernard Leon Howard, Lexion Avenue and the ever-cool Kings of Tomorrow, which all compliment nicely the CD's flagpiece track: a solid remix of Kosheen's classic 'Hungry'. Over on CD2 the highlights come courtesy of Echomen, Fierce Ruling Diva and the soreen 'Chilling Moments' by Schmuel Flash, which would have made a teriffic closing track instead of Max Graham's average, whiney-vocalled offering which has little in common with the set as a whole.
If you liked Anthony Pappa's 'Resolution' then you'll like this.
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This is definitely one of my favourite GU CDs, as it strikes a great balance (for the most part) between dark, hard edged beats, and listenability. CD1 starts off fantastically with the incredibly dark and brooding 'Numb' by Stephane K, which sets the tone for the rest of the set. Its all very dark, yet danceable (unlike some of Digweed's sets) and builds up brilliantly, highlights being his own remix of Kosheen's hungry, and the lemon8 mix of 'Burden', which has to be one of the best progressive tunes I have heard in a very long time. CD2 starts a bit more uplifting, then decends into tribal madness. Satoshie even throws in a bit of breakbeat, with the great 'visible noise' by Hybrid. The set then finishes with some nice upbeat numbers. Standout tracks on Cd2 are 'a lesser man' by Graffik, and 'chilling moments' by Shmuel flash. Overall, I would say that CD1 is definitely better than the second, as it works better as a set, and builds up with a nicer pace. The album misses out on 5 stars because I feel that some of the tracks are just too hard to work on a mix CD, particularly 'You gotta believe' by FRD, which is quite frankly appalling, unless you're in a club at 3am on some kind of mind altering substance, and has me reaching for the skip button every time. Despite these shortcomings, this is essential for any Prog house fan, and is GU's best release for a long time.
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Wicked - slower then you'd expect but it doesnt fail to deliver -I was sat with all my mates after a club - none of em into this kind of progressive house i put this on at 6am playing to a non-moving roomful of people and lo and behold - all of em started talking again and tapping their feet.
Job done. If your into the GU sound - buy it - its worth having.
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Satoshi Tomiie came in at #30 in DJ Magazines top 100 djs. He was the highest new entry. This guy is amazing, and this cd is for me the most sophisticated, cutting edge kind of music out there in the market today. CD1 is very nice, with some good songs and good vibes. But CD2 just knocks your socks off since track 1, "A Lesser Man". Tribal, techy electronic underground would be the best way to attemp to classify this kind of music. I dont think there is a better song to start this cd. Then "Substance" begins and you cant really believe what you are listening to.By the end of the cd, half of your brain cells are probably dead due to the intense music. Please buy this cd, you really wont regret it.
Satoshi Tomiie will soon be up there in the top ten with Sasha, Tiesto and the rest of the guys.
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