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Pure Deep House 2 - The Very Best of Deep House & Garage
 
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Pure Deep House 2 - The Very Best of Deep House & Garage

6 April 2014 | Format: MP3

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I only discovered this series with Pure Deep House 3 which I thought was outstanding with brilliantly mixed tracks featuring lots of well known super tunes but also a really decent number of more obscure tracks I hadn't heard before and fell in love with. It was an easy 5 stars for me and thought I'd work my way back through the series just before ordering number 4.

Even with off-setting the fact that this triple CD set is a little older I was a lot less impressed with this edition. The first CD was the worst for me, a lot of very commercial/radio-friendly sounding tracks which had 'skip' written all over them and nowhere near enough deep/dark/dirty bass to justify them being on a CD with this title. There were a few that were OK but largely it wasn't up to scratch and I felt pretty disappointed as had high expectations having come from PDH3. CD 2 improved things massively for me and felt a lot more coherent and was more of the deeper sound I was looking for and expecting. CD2 from track 9 onward is probably the highlight of the set for me - really nice mixing and some nice dirty bass with a slightly darker edge than a lot of the other stuff, impossible to not get your groove on to. CD3 starts off old-school with some classics before bringing it back round to more of the CD2 vibe with some extra layers of garage and latter part of discs 2 & 3 saved it from being a 1 star review for me, but it's still nowhere near as good as PDH3.

Now waiting for PDH1 to come which by the sounds of it is going to be a lot better than this collection.
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A highly anticipated follow up release, Pure Deep House 2 attempts to capture and portray the vast array of talent emerging on the UK dance scene, and also to highlight the challenges and difficulties that face many of todays DJ's. CD 1 starts the show with the well established commercial sounds that many listeners would expect from such a compilation. Deep, soulful seductive layers quietly lick one of the highlight tracks, Dansson & Marlon Hoffstadt - Shake That, and the anticipation builds as the set slowly moves towards the centre stage vocals of Rudimental - Powerless (Feat. Becky Hill). Then, the atmosphere quickly turns into an asteroid field of conflicting tracks and styles which continuously bump and collide off each other for the remainder of the set as the full force of an seemingly endless supply of youthful production talent is let loose on the decks. CD2 starts the same way as the first with tracks like Lee Foss & Mk - Electricity (Feat Anabel) quickly setting the mood. The mix introduces a slight Electronic feel, and established EDM beats are used randomly to highlight the repetitive rhythms of deep House tracks such as Route 94 - Walls come Tumbling Down and Jamie Jones - Planets, Spaceships (Feat. Anabel). Some thumping UK Garage bass drives provide the backbone, and of the three sets, Disk 2 is definitely the most coherent in terms of production, style & genre. CD3 starts with some refreshing remixes of distant classics, but quickly the style reverts back to its bombarding nature, and the set seals its demise with a trashing remix of Infinity Ink - Infinity (Skream's 99 Mix).Read more ›
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Pure Deep House 2 has it's moments but I feel it's pure, deep and very best of aspect is pushing it this time. There's alot more remixed commercial(pop) music this time, coupled with alot of what I would regard as filler.

The issue seems to be the need to please everybody with this second compilation which only serves to dilute the very nature of what deep house is essentially about. The more pop based remixes are indicative of this but to the more mainstream listener this may make the cds more appealing.

As a compilation of house and garage as a general crowd pleaser it ticks all the boxes but for the deeper listener this may have lost it's pure, deep vibe somewhat more than it's previous release. Not that the first was as deep or pure as it should have been but it balanced well.

A good set of cds to encapsulate the spring/summer vibe, but the deep, pure, very best of title is more misleading than ever. There's deeper compilations out there for the deeper, purer minded listener of the genre.
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Pure Deep House 2 - The Very Best Of Deep House & Garage, still doesn't do what it says on the tin with regards to very best, pure and deep, but offers up some decent variations of house instead.

It's always nice that the 3rd disc gives you some garage for extra variety. The price seems value enough with the amount of material on the discs, but the big title doesn't represent the music in the form you would expect. I'd recommend "Papa Deep" deep house on Papa Records for a truer form of the genre, although what's on offer here is still decent enough despite it's varying styles.
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This review is very simple to write.

If you enjoyed Pure Deep House (1), you WILL enjoy this too, so buy it. If you haven't yet purchased Pure Deep House (1), why not? In any case, purchase that one along with this one. They are both absolutely brilliant compilations.

To focus on this one in particular, every track is great. There's no other way to put it.
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