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From the early nineties this is in my humble opinion the best techno compilation I ever heard.
Not one bad track on this album as it contains nothing but intelligent house music that i never tire of listening to.
Some real up beat floor fillers, a couple of quirky experimental gems and a wonderful ambient dub piece by 100Hz called "Catching Spyders".
If you like electronic dance and chill out music then this is awesome.
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Initial post: 17 Jan 2011, 00:45:20 GMT
Glad to hear some one else reconises the quality of this album, if you get this comment or read it could you tell me if you've ever heard volumes 1 and 3 and if their any good and or worth buying? be much appreciated, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thankyou
In reply to an earlier post on 21 Jan 2011, 18:35:19 GMT
Last edited by the author on 21 Jan 2011, 18:37:06 GMT
Peter Dalziel says:
Hi BeeBop, nice to hear from someone who appreciates good electronica.
You queeried Breaks, Bass and Bleeps 1+3 and if they are worth checking out.
I'm pleased to report that they are both well worth it and although volume 2 is the best you won't regret purchasing the others.
Volume one is a little more basic but very imaginative and volume three is a lot heavier and drenched in loads of well chosen samples, the tracks by Indo Tribe and Tekno 2 are my favourites.
There is also a volume four which for me leans a little toward hardcore and is probably my least favourite of the bunch.
Hope this helps you out.
In reply to an earlier post on 22 Jan 2011, 05:34:06 GMT
Thanks bud, i will check out vol 3. and as i guessed vol.2 was the better one. Suprised it's so un-heard of, classic electronica. Thanks again.
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