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Roger Sanchez Presents Release Yourself Ibiza 2002

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  • Audio CD (9 Jun. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Defected Records
  • ASIN: B00006JJ02
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,853 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. If only she knew - Yost, Kevin
  2. Fade - Solu Music & Kimblee
  3. Roots (Jo Jo's thanks) - Jay-J & Chris Lum
  4. Thousand years - Papp, Julius & Gina Rene
  5. Cascades of colour (Jask sunrise vocal mix) - Ananda Project
  6. Alone - Nika
  7. Insatiable (Rasmus Faber mix) - Thick Dick
  8. Summer song - DJ Sneak
  9. Nomad - DJ Nori
  10. Morning sun - Block 16
  11. Lakes of perseverance - Romao, Dom Um
  12. Believe - Soldiers Of Twilight
  13. One (Knee Deep mix) - Grey, Simon (1)
  14. Love jam - Lab Rats (1)
  15. Backfired (Joey Negro club mix) - Masters At Work & India

Disc: 2

  1. Save our soul - Bob Sinclar
  2. Do it your way - Mood 2 Swing
  3. Lazy (a cappella) - X-Press 2 & David Byrne
  4. If you give me the love I want - Rico & Ouk/James Perry/Jade
  5. Tropical soundclash - DJ Gregory
  6. Coffee beats (part 2) - Del Gado
  7. Temptation (a cappella) - Vibe Residents
  8. Love story (Tim Deluxe remix) - Layo & Bushwacka
  9. Stones on the way - Gamez, Leandro
  10. Pounding your soul - Pillbox
  11. Rulers anthem - Rulers Of The Deep
  12. No no no - Manijama & Mukupa/Li'l T
  13. Blackwater (Teremce Parker mix) - Octave One
  14. That feeling - DJ Chus & Groove Foundation
  15. Soulkeeper - ATFC & Chroma
  16. Carnaval - Archigram
  17. Feel alive - Pure Orange & Shane Nolan
  18. Deux - Deux
  19. Finally (a cappella) - Kings Of Tomorrow & Julie McKnight

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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

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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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this is a great summer mix with some bold song choices, well placed interesting and unusual breakdowns, and excellent vocal tracks (including some accapella). Particularly interesting are the Crydamore tracks which sound spectacular here, holding their own if not upstaging the more popular tracks (which also sound fresh from choice remixes). Roger Sanchez really understands how to compose a mix; always working a tight rhythmic groove that pulls you in deep and keeps you locked following wherever else he chooses takes you. If this is a sample of what Roger Sanchez has been recently spinning then he is doing extremeley well indeed. It's not that often that we get a full on fresh mix from Roger Sanchez, but with mixes as high quality as this - it's definitely worth the wait.
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CD one - Pre Party - is nice and chilled more Sunday afternoon music and CD two - just like how it was in Pacha, Ibiza 2002 - FANTASTIC. Like i did in Pacha, you get lost in the music and you'll be dancing around you living room all the way through! Bit disappointed it didn't include the tracks by Jakatta, that song that goes ' I can't eat I can't sleep anymore' and the remix of sweet dreams.
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HASH(0x9d132f0c) out of 5 stars brief description of this album 7 Jan. 2004
By G. Dempster - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
the first disc is all house it's a great mix of deep house, if you like house you'll like it. disc 2 is pretty much 100% vocal house/garage, with lots of tracks that i found unbearably cheesy the first couple times i heard it...but if you're in the "right mood", it can really be awesome. it's a good disc to bring you into a good mood after a weekend of partying, sunday night in san francisco, that kind of sound. very interesting mix, a very different style that i'm used to from california dj's. check it out.
HASH(0x9d138024) out of 5 stars Strong mix of some nice funky house 25 April 2003
By Phurge - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Quite possibly the world's best house DJ, Roger Sanchez delivers a very nice mix of commercial edge funky house.
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.
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