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Roger Sanchez Presents Release Yourself Ibiza 2002
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Top Notch Selection 'release yourself' double cd, roger sanchez's new compilation album released on his own stealth label. The album is inspired by his own successful club night, release yourself at pacha in ibiza and features exclusive and current cuts on an assortment of pre-party chilled house and peak time sanchez mayhem
Inspired by the club night that Roger Sanchez piloted weekly from Pacha throughout the summer of 2002, Release Yourself is a good-time 75-minute mix that blends joyfully populist hits with the accessible end of deep house and techno. Naturally, there's far more to this collection than to many stereotypical love island compilations. Sanchez is not out to signpost your way to all the "Ibeefa" hits you might have missed. Instead, Release Yourself slowly evolves, condensing Sanchez's eight-hour set into a gradually building, dynamically paced clubbing microcosm. It opens light, the French disco thud of Bob Sinclair's "Save Our Soul" opening out into an inspired pairing of Mood2Swing's thumping "2Do It Your Way" and an a cappella David Byrne vocal ripped from the X-Press 2 hit "Lazy". But this mix skips through styles and genres with impunity: the slick carnival abandon of Delgado's "Coffee Beats"; the technoid robotics of Octave One's "Blackwater", over which rolls a sample of Malcolm X's "I have a dream" speech; and the Gary Numan-sampling synthplay of Jeremy Sylvester's "Alive". Highly recommended, this is Ibizan clubland culture distilled into a pleasingly subtle, slick and addictive package. --Louis Pattison
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Its a collection of strong up-front dancefloor fillers. There are some great tracks here - KOT's Finally mixed over the top of Deux is Deux is a highlight, as is Carnaval, and Coffee beats. The definition of uplifting is redefined with Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech laid over Octave One's Blackwater.
Why only 4 stars? - being the music snob I am, I think it can tend to venture into cheesey territory - Xpress 2's Lazy, Thick D's insatiable. Also some of the tracks being the dancefloor fillers that they are, to me, sound a little lightweight.
So while I was a little dissapointed as its not like Roger's dark & dirty 4am house sets, but for those of you who like upfront funky house this is one of the best you'll find.