VARIOUS / TOKYO DISCO Box set
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The first album on the new Fierce Angel label. 33 Full 12" mixes in unmixed format. The album is compiled by Mark Doyle and features the stunning artwork of Jason Brooks. The CD features a selection of tracks that have featured in Mark's DJ sets over the last 3 months. Commercial tracks sit beside brand new exclusive unreleased material and range from cool funky house to darker late night house anthems.
From the Artist
The album contains the tracks that I love. Some are commercial or have already been released and many are complete exclusives. The only criteria is "do I love it" and that's about it. the decision to move to 3 CD's is to offer a wider choice as I got frustrated trying to squeeze my favourite tracks onto 2 Cd's. Instead of 2 CD's featuring 40 heavily edited tracks we've decided to go with 33 full length versions across 3 CD's.
Top Customer Reviews
In my view it's the more mainstream tracks that cut the mustard here - almost all of which are on CD1 which probably deserves 4-5* in its own right. But yet again the album falls away into electro, synth-driven repetition which isn't me at all I'm afraid. 'Twisted' was my least favourite Kandi genre, and 1 and a half CDs of this 3 CD set belong in that category. How anyone can honestly say that this stuff is 'funky' is beyond me. Mark says he 'loves' this music - well good luck to him but it just ain't me.
There seems to be a tendency with both the HK and Doyle stables to include heavier, sequencer-dominated tracks in order to appease the 'discerning clubber' (as they like to call themselves!). As a result, they end up pleasing very few. At least I knew where I was with the 'Twisted Disco' and 'Disco Heaven' series from HK - I could avoid one and eagerly snap up the other. But even those normally reliable lines are becoming blurred, with the inclusion of inappropriate songs (also see Mark's excellent but at times curious 'Beach Angel' which includes lots of up-tempo dance).
When I downloaded this onto my MP3 player, I used all of CD1, but then struggled to make another album's worth out of the other two - only managing 8 tracks in the end out of a possible 22. I'm sure that other reviewers would have done it the other way around - as I said, you can't please everyone. The irony, of course, is that a single CD would offer less value for money in today's market but would probably have earned 5* for quality above quantity.
This is very much the new rival to Hed Kandi's Disco Heaven compilation, however I would prob describe CD3 as something closer to the Disco Kandi series. Whilst I like this new compilation very much, I was stunned with Hed Kandi's latest Disco Heaven offering, which I think has definately raised the benchmark. So forgive me for comparing the two! There are a good selection of tracks here, notably, Mind Electric, Eddie Thoneick/Kurd Maverick, Tokyo, and Housesonic.
This compilation is definately good value for money - 33 tracks for less than £15! Hardly any filler tracks either.
Already looking forward to future releases on the new label. I hope we don't have to wait as long for the next one!
If your after a cd FULL of Sexy Disco Heaven style music, then this is definately an album that MUST be in your collection.
After recently buying the new Hed Kandi Disco Heaven album i was pleased to see that there weren't many duplicated songs.
Cd 1 starts with the really sexy tune "Runaway Love" followed by funky mixes of Free, Free Love 2006 and Jealousy. You then have i think one of the Most Underrated Funky tracks of 2005, Silosonics " Something to make you feel alright". Unfortunately the bruising bass line has been taken out of this track but this is still a good mix nevertheless!
The disco doesn't stop there. You've got the entire second disc filled with up beat disco tunes to look forward to, and you can't start a cd better than this. "Rise" by Samantha James is definately going to be a floorfiller to look for this year.
Cd 3 is more of a twisted disco disc but to be honest i would just buy the album for the 1st disc. Not that the 2nd or 3rd are of poor quality. That's far from the truth... They have good tracks on too but i feel that the first cd sells the cd with every track being not far from a floorfiller.
From number 6 on cd 3 you have all the hands in the air old skool dance tunes and to start with at number 6 you've got Mind Electric's "Dirty Cash" which makes me just wanna go out on the pull and dance my a55 off!!!
If Disco House music grabs you, then buy this cd. Mark Doyle is a 'GOD' when it come to compiling Underground Funky House cd's.
I'd like to think that i'm quite clued up when it comes to Funky house music and i can tell you now, there is at least 70% new tunes on this compilation. So Mr Doyle has done good... AGAIN!!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wicked album with some great tracks and the package was in excellent condition...!!Published 6 months ago by Paul Manning
don't know anything about this item s close friend asked me to get it for them.Published on 16 Dec. 2009 by Mrs. Denise M. Bateman
Mark Doyle says he loves these songs, so you think you get a lot of quality. But I could only found 10 tracks out of the first 2 cd's which are really good tracks. Read morePublished on 14 Aug. 2007 by West
Personally, I feel this is one of the best compilations I have heard. Even the artists I haven't heard of before keep up with the standards set by the likes of 'Martin Solveig',... Read morePublished on 18 April 2007 by -
First I have to admit that I LOVE Tokyo Project, The Collection. Some of the tracks aren't new on The Collection, but is the very best mix of the very best tracks I know (Doctor... Read morePublished on 18 May 2006 by T. Gomes
..having followed Mr D's career at Hed Kandi (whose standard has definately slipped since his departure) I waited the second Tokyo album with baited breath. Read morePublished on 15 May 2006 by Rick H