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fabric33: Ralph Lawson
fabric33: Ralph Lawson
Price: £10.42

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 12 April 2007
This review is from: fabric33: Ralph Lawson (Audio CD)
Wonderfully well thoughtout and put together set by Mr. Lawson. Slower, deep grooves and melodies permutate the whole album making this probably the best Fabric CD since Mikey Myers Fabric 13 stepped up to the turntables, and don't get me wrong there have been some good Fabric CDs since then. Its not middle of the night high pace house, but nor is it chill out, simply something in the middle. Early evening or sunday night stuff perhaps.


fabric10: Doc Martin
fabric10: Doc Martin
Price: £10.39

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Quite a surpirse!, 24 Nov. 2003
This review is from: fabric10: Doc Martin (Audio CD)
Doc Martin's Fabric release takes a surprising turn from the faster-paced, driving sets by, say, Slam or Tyler Stadius.... or at least thats how its begins! Spiritual vocals and piano melodies sparkle over down-tempo groovelines to provide a much more relaxed feel to what I had previously been listening to from the Fabric series. Significantly slower, yes, but always with that underlying bassline to mantain the interest, hold the attention. It's groovy, and subtle and whilst it's not my favourite Fabric CD, I like it, perfect house party atmosphere perhaps. Listen to the mixing and the way the Doc brings in each track is clever. Fantastic manipulation of the basslines, timing each incoming and outgoing bass expertly. There really are some superb tunes hiding away in there. Then by track eight the tone and the feel of the set radically shift. The pace quickens and pulsing acid sounds drive relentlessly over much firmer, harder kick drums. The change is surprising and dramatic. Whilst I enjoyed the beginning, I much prefered the second half of the set, and I wished all the CD had been of this nature. But in retrospect it's the more relaxed, slower start that prepares the way. Luring me into a false sense of security, then suddenly banging my head with a powerful wakeup call of 'come on lets move.' In conclusion its well worth a look if you're after something solely house orientated, and certainly different.


Global Underground: Sander Kleinenberg - Nubreed 4
Global Underground: Sander Kleinenberg - Nubreed 4
Offered by westworld-
Price: £20.00

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A cutting edge of progressive sounds, pure delight., 1 Mar. 2002
Sander kleinenberg is the type of DJ that represents the lastest in progressive sounds and this CD certain lives up to that reputation. Both CDs begin rather relaxed and both build up into a whirl-wind of the most relentlessly cutting edge sounds that despite their simplicity keep you coming back for more like a drug, pounding the air and forcing you to get off your seat and dance no matter where you are. Whenever you by anything with a progressive label attached to it you are never sure what to expect and its the same with this CD. But the sound is so mesmorising, so unique that its impossible to compare it to anything else i've heard. Spooky vocals and trippy sounds effects accompany pounding tribal rhythms and whilst i certain would not call this sound trance the result leaves you in a similar hypnotic state of pure pleasure and excitement after what you've just heard and experienced. If you want something totally new and also something very different to anything else out there then this is a definitive CD, encompassing all the best parts of driving techno, trippy acid, vocal house and trance with that relentless fresh sound that is 'progressive'


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