Andrew James (2) ‎– Downunderground 008

Label:
Slamm (Australia) ‎– sla050
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2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed
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1-01 Mike Monday Love Paranoia 7:57
1-02 Mara Desanitize 6:17
1-03 DJ Gilbert Dulux 5:32
1-04 Mr Flash* Extreme Exhilaration 4:38
1-05 Interflow 2000* Area 51 4:08
1-06 Cajan* Echoplex 7:55
1-07 Savannah (3) Spirit 4:43
1-08 Norlander* The Prayer 6:20
1-09 Minky The Matrix 6:56
1-10 Neuron Where Am I 8:12
2-01 2 In Da Bush In Effect 4:57
2-02 Louis Strange Spectre (Strange World Mix) 3:45
2-03 Northface Entity 8:19
2-04 Stefano Libelle Ascension 6:26
2-05 Inertia Vellum 6:40
2-06 Freefall Featuring Jan Johnston Skydive
Featuring – Jan Johnston
5:16
2-07 Soul Mechanic* With Jam D Diskostatic 7:23
2-08 Darkside Full Circle 7:20
2-09 Louis Strange Spectre (Tarrentella vs. Redanka Remix)
Remix – Tarrentella vs. Redanka
5:15
2-10 Innate Changes 7:19
2-11 Hamel* Perspectives PT.2 6:37
2-12 Redshift* Motivation 8:32

Credits

  • DJ Mix, Compiled ByAndrew James (2)
  • Photography [Cover Shot] – Steve Wall

Notes

Track 1-09, also known as "Red Pill Blue Pill", samples parts from the movie "The Matrix" as well as Sasha's "Xpander".
Track 1-05, 1-06 and 2-12 have the "Title" and "Artist" listed the wrong way around.

Incorrect Credits:
Track 1-07 - Siera Nevada Savannah.
Track 2-02 - Loius Strange (Strange Mix).
Track 2-06 - Jan Johnston featuring Freefall.
Track 2-09 - Louis Strange (Tarrentella Remix).

Incorrect Titles:
Track 1-02 - "Deluxe".
Track 1-04 - "Extreme Exhileration".
Track 2-04 - "Ascention".
Track 2-07 - "Discostatic".

Designed at PR.
Mastered at Digital CD Mastering.
Recorded at the Greenhouse Studio's, Sydney, Australia.

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d.r.3.3.m.p.h.a.z.e

March 23, 2010

This release represents some of Andrew James' harder music styles and features some of the tracks that were charging the dancefloors across Sydney in the year 2000. The first disc begins with twisted rumbling bass and techy percussion which melts into a harder trance soundscape that builds and builds, exploding into epic breakdowns and tearing three dimensional sounds. The second disc portrays a deeper darker sound, kicking off with an irresistible fat bassline mover that evolves into mesmerising progressive grooves, making a smooth transition through warm ambient melodies before ascending into throbbing mayhem. Enjoy!