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  • Audio CD (27 Sept. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Global Underground
  • ASIN: B003TOYG5O
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 155,380 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Blume Der Nacht - DJ Koze
  2. B4 Spring - James Teej
  3. Von Leben Und Verstehen - Mikroboy
  4. Deeper - Audio Junkies
  5. Chabad - Audio Junkies
  6. From the Ground Up - Bit Lolitas
  7. Chatterbox - Fiord & Tim Richards
  8. El Sueno Espanol - Javier Logares
  9. Falling Masonry - Georg Levin
  10. Understand This - Jet Project
  11. Seconds - Minilogue
  12. Avalanche - Erol Alkan & Boys Noize
  13. Annexe - Jemmy & The Aztec
  14. 2000000 Dubs - King Unique
  15. What Had They Done? - Alexender Kostruba & Max Richter
  16. Moonbeam - Tiger
  17. Taurine On Sunday - Roland M. Dill
  18. Triangle & Strings - Glenn Morrison

Disc: 2

  1. Come Home - Yousef
  2. Sycamore Feeling - Trentemoller
  3. Digital Forest - Fabrice Lig
  4. Polar - James Talk
  5. Homecoming - Charlie May & Barry Jamieson
  6. Welcome to the Woods - Applescal
  7. Under a Pink Cherry Tree - Glenn Morrison
  8. Rejekt - Dubfire
  9. Yeah Yeah - Quivver
  10. Wonder - Fusion F & Come T
  11. Up the Mountain - Bomb The Bass & The Battle Of Land And Sea
  12. Vorahnung - Dave Seaman & Josh Gabriel
  13. Early Sept - Ajello
  14. Bloody Hands - Peter Horrevorts
  15. Jule - Solee
  16. Baltic Pine - Boy 8 Bit
  17. At Les - Carl Craig
  18. Too Hard to Breathe - Spitzer & Kid A
  19. The Window Between Us & Them - Steve Ward

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It's probably simply because the dance music scene has changed that Dave Seaman's new offering for the GU series differs from the previous few. It's been some years since the series bosses used his face and name to promote a release. He has always put out extremely safe and predictable compilations, and along with the likes of Nick Warren has really helped define the whole GU sound. But times change and the music audience changes, and recent GU releases by Emerson and Lavelle have clearly shown a move towards a lower IQ, more indie-rock sound, designed for instant appeal to those who have relatively unspectacular expectations, having emerged as they have from the guitar-rock scene of their teen years and looking for familiarity on the dance scene. So....Seaman evidently discovered that the type of tracks he included before just aren't available any more. There's no material out there to compile a musical journey. It needs to start and finish in exactly the same place and visit very few different places in between. No time left for that progressive evolution of sounds - it's got to be instantly familiar from the first note onwards. And he's actually managed the transition quite well, using more shorter tracks and grouping them in bands of commonality, rather than just throwing them together as Carl Cox and Felix the Housecat did for their GU releases. The moment the beat section of the first number kicks in, about a minute into the mix, you know exactly where it's at and where it will stay unwaveringly for the next two hours.

Looks like we will have to hang on until Nick Warren gets another go at the controls to have a truly exceptional album on our hands - but this is pretty good compared to many of the other dance mixes on the market right now.
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Love Dave Seaman. Worth a Spin but sadly not as impressive as his other GU mixes. 6/10
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By jono on 17 Dec. 2010
Being an avid follower of the GU series, (have purchased every compilation other than Felix da housecat!)I have to say this is not the best. Quite frankly, its a dull, non inspiring mix of mono tonal tunes. Usually, the GU's pick up throughout CD2, not this one!
Sorry Dave, If I weren't such a fan of the whole series, I'd be offloading this one.
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bought as gift, and they liked it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9721a45c) out of 5 stars Dave proves again why he's a pillar 23 Oct. 2010
By Dom Cronshaw - Published on
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I remember the first Global Underground album I bought. I was 16 and had recently been introduced to trance music and raves. I knew next to nothing about what to look for but I knew I NEEDED to have more of that sound in my life. I rolled to the record store (sadly, a dying type of establishment) where a case sat filled with what looked to be the goods. Unlike any other time in my life, I was lost and had to ask for a recommendation. Looking back, it was as if I had no idea what to score, but I needed a fix. I can smile about that now and think how fortunate I was that the kid behind the counter had some sense about him. He handed me Dave's GU012 : Buenos Aires set and said "this is it".

I don't think it left my car's CD player for 6 months. It's hard to explain the idea of "quality" electronic music to folks; in a sense, it's like pornography and you know it when you hear it. And with GU012, I was entirely hooked. I learned how to spin and while the drugs and partying faded, I don't think I'll ever let the choons go. I will be the rude old codger jamming out to something like GU243 as I roll around in my wheelchair and think how wonderful life is.

I've been hungry to know what the next GU installment would be every time one comes out. I've written about this iconic series and it has provided the soundtrack to some of the most important moments of my life. All that to say that I had huge expectations for GU39.

They've been fulfilled and then some.

Dave has created in this set a lasting mark and shown that he truly is a pillar upon which electronic music stands. Sitting here as he's dropped into James Talk's 'Polar', I can feel the excitement of the music hitting my nerves. This mix seems to transcend borders: if it's hot, flagrant beats you seek - you will find them in tracks like Peter Horrevort's 'Bloody Hands', if you want to kick back with a mojito and watch that stunning brunette entice you to join her on the dancefloor, you've got Yousef's 'Come Home' (followed by the stellar 'Sycamore Feeling').

I would have happily paid $100 for this album and it's not going anywhere for a long, long time.

I hesitate to do it, but I've got nearly everything that Andy & James have put out and I'll say that GU39 ranks among the top 5 sets they've ever put their names to.

Don't wait another minute. Buy this now.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9721a684) out of 5 stars Best GU since Digweed's LA 3 Oct. 2010
By DJ - Published on
Theres not much I can say about Mr. Seaman that I haven't before but this is his and GU's best mix in awhile. The flow, the mixing, the melodies its all top notch.

Disc 1 (or mix 1 for digital downloads) is just phenomenal in every way. I love Dj Koze's - Blume Der Nacht and its off beat pianos in the intro and the last track of Glenn Morrison - Triangle & Strings (Tom Middleton Mix) is just perfect to end the mix with. There are just to many tracks on the first disc that I love so Im not going to list some highlights as they are all great.

The second disc or mix starts of with Sasha's mix of Yousef-Come Home and moves effortlessly in to Gui Botatto's Remix of Trentemøller - Sycamore Feeling, witch I love just a great track. From Glenn Morrison - Under A Pink Cherry Tree to Carl Craig - At Les (Christian Smith's Tronic Treatment Remix),(another outstanding track) this mix just ends the comp perfectly.

Yet again another smooth and moving mix from the master him self Dave Seaman. This is why every year I vote form him in the DJ Top 100 poll and why he has been an always will be my favorite Dj.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9721a768) out of 5 stars The great comeback of His Majesty Dave Seaman on G.U !!!!! 1 Nov. 2010
By Adrien T - Published on
Eight years, it took eight long years to finally see the return of Dave Seaman on the dj mixes Global Underground !!!
For those whom Global Underground means nothing, it is an absolutely mythical British label that produces here with Dave Seaman, its 39th compilation since the very first made by Tony De Vit in 1998, Tony De Vit Tel Aviv.
These double dj sets were made by men such as Nick Warren, Sasha, Dave Seaman, Darren Emerson, John Digweed, Danny Tenaglia and Paul Oakenfold, all legendary British djs/producers who marked themselves the entire history of progressive music in U.K. in the 90's.

After a first redoubtable opus, "Buenos Aires 012" made in 1999 which sailed between big prog-house and trancyl beats, the British marked the history of G.U. the year after by realizing a real masterpiece in the story of the label with the very trancyl "Cap Town 016" which keeps on being nowadays one of the very best of the serie.
Then, it took three years to see again the British taking back his collaboration with G.U and realizing this time with "Melbourne 022" a double set very different from what he was used to offer us before but which was enrolling the new course of action dictated by Global Underground, namely more house/prog house than trancyl sets!
Since this third realization, I didn't believe I would see Dave Seaman coming back someday at G.U but after the return of his accomplice Nick Warren on the excellent "Lima 035", we could give us the right of dreaming about the Englishman's return.
I therefore welcomed his return with a great pleasure while wondering what he was going to lay us, musically.
It must be said that since 2002, the Englishman has been busy and realized some DJ sets for the Masters Series of the label Renaissance and his "This Is Audiotherapy" and "Therapy Sessions" for his own label Audiotherapy.
Turned to a more prog-house, deep tech and even electro-minimalist style, I knew that I wouldn't find the atmosphere of "Cap Town" or "Buenos Aires" but I was convinced that just as Nick Warren on "Lima 035", Dave Seaman would release an exceptional double set as he knows so well. Good intuition for my part on this one!

Listening to the first set, the first thing that struck me was the ultra-slow tempo taken by the DJ, a very quiet but not annoying set that envelops us in a special aura and which musical spreads bewitch us.
Upon listening to the intro signed by DJ Koze with "Blume Der Nacht", we realize once again that we're going outside the boxes to attend a musical feast concocted by Master Seaman.
This very lounge and deeper beginning of set is perfectly mastered as it implements this rhythmic that automatically makes us go inside the music and follow its every meanders. You all have lived such a moment to know that it's very good and in general it will make you spend a great moment. This is the case here while I'm writing these lines along with the excellent "B4 Spring" by James Teej on my second listening of the first set.
After Mikroboy and the great "Deeper" and "Chabad" by Audio Junkies, Dave Seaman will accelerate the tempo while remaining in this trippy vibe thanks to 16 Bit Lolitas, Georg Levin and the very housy "Understand This Groove" signed Jet Project.
You can feel the temperature rising up gradually such as the music which picks up with a beat more sustained but the Englishman manages to keep this hypnotic atmosphere, this little personal touch that literally glues us to his set.
The end of the first set is itself decidedly more progressive with "Tiger" by Moonbeam remixed by Roland M Dill who signs himself the next track "Taurine On A Sunday" remixed by Egbert and ends in a very deeper remix of Tom Middleton on "Triangle & Strings" by Glenn Morrison.
After this beautiful first set, Dave Seaman will continue with a second absolutely masterful mix which is likely to move more than one!!!

Just as in the first, the Englishman will reward us with an amazing intro track signed Yousef "Come Home", phenomenally remixed by Dave's lifelong friend, Alexander Coe aka Sasha.
This remix completely blown me away and made me explore new sensations still unknown.
From the outset, we can clearly hear that the Englishman wants to give a more progressive tone to his work without being too aggressive so that the cut is not too sharp with his first set, as perfectly testifies the extraordinary Guy Boratto's remix of "Sycamore Feeling" by Trentemoller.
The rest is a pure bliss of progressive-house effluvia with headlining the huge "Polar" by James Talk which will certainly take you in a world from which you wouldn't want to be taken off and "Homecoming" by Barry Jamieson& Charlie May.
From Glenn Morrison to Applescal through a mash up of Dubfire and Quivver, Dave Seaman completely wanders into a world he knows by heart masters on the fingertips, taking time to slip his "Vorahung", an excellent track he co-produced with Josh Gabriel.
At the end of the set, Mr Seaman rewards us with a wonderful mash up between "At Les" by Carl Craig and "Too Hard To Breath" by Spitzer and he takes the opportunity to quietly drop the pressure generated since the beginning of the listening of this double mix.

Well, this compilation ends, unfortunately too fast to me, but it is really good for the Global Underground series, providing an excellent musical selection and a thundering mixing by Sir Seaman.
In other words, you like prog-house, this compilation is for you!!! You don't know prog-house or just a bit, this compilation is for you!!!
Thank you again Mister Seaman for this great moment, you really are an ace!!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9721a8dc) out of 5 stars Dave Seaman, I tip my hat 6 Feb. 2011
By Pablo Hernandez II - Published on
Disc 1 is solid, although perhaps it fizzles out a little at the end.

But in Disc 2 Dave created a mix so tight that it leaves you gasping in its empathetic sonar orgasm of awesome.
Disc 2 is a mix with structure; it combines the danceable beats with warmth and melody.
Dave combined tech-house, techno and deep trance tracks and to create a definitive mix of contemporary progressive house.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9721ac18) out of 5 stars Once Again, He amazes 13 April 2011
By Brian J Landry - Published on
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I am not going to say much here.

I am a 39 year old who has been following Dave for years, have been a fan of tech for a couple of decades.
Once again he amazes me with the energy and the flow of his choice of music. If you are new or (as me) old in trance/dance music, BUY THIS! This is the best cd I have bought in two years. You will not regret it.
PS - CD2 is better than 1
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