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Dave Seaman 90`s progressive house classic
on 11 November 2008
Recently dusted this down off the shelf having bought it in 97 and not really listened to it and thought i`d share my views with the world about this . Basically the Dave Seaman mix is a great snapshot of mellow progressive house in the vein of CD1 of the Rennaissance 4 from 1996 although it gets going a bit at the end with underworld and the remix of skunk anansie. The synth sounds on some of the tracks sound a bit dated but the quality of the tunes pulls you in . The remix of Garbage is an absolute vocal progressive classic as is the Nalin and Kane track which you could have appeared in the box of both progressive and trance DJ`s of the time.It`s soothing , atmospheric house music for the soul .
The Robert Miles CD is very different and quite banging aimed definately at the dance floor which some might enjoy but no me so i`ll let others tell you what its like in a more positive light .