Doris Norton ‎– Next Objective 2

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Tracklist

1 Trancefusion 6:34
2 Wave 4:24
3 Bahamas Trance 6:08
4 Trance Gression 6:48
5 Next Age Of Norton 6:08
6 Incantation 4:42
7 Infatuation 5:02
8 Dreamzone 2:24
9 Voltage Controlled 6:50
10 Science Killed HIV 5:38
11 This Is A Trip 6:02
12 Objective Two 5:08
13 Rhythmletter 3:40

Credits

  • Arranged By, Composed By, PerformerDoris Norton
  • Artwork By – Claudio Gobbi
  • Edited ByAnnie Taylor
  • Executive Producer – Antonio Bartoccetti
  • Other [International Promoter] – Giuliano Saglia
  • ProducerMusik Research

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  • Barcode: 8 014961 312609

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Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

January 22, 2013

Out of all the Next Objective releases, this is the best one at least in my opinion. This release like the similar Techno Shock and Future Objective releases mixes a few styles and influences into the music. This one is more monotone as in it is Progresive Trance, Breakbeat, Downtempo and Ambient. Unlike the Techno Shock series, it does not have Gabber or Hardcore tracks Future Objective 1 has more house / breakbeat elements while it's sucessor Future Objective 3 is mostly rave Hard Trance.

To make this review short: Tracks 1-4 are trance. Tracks 5-8 are a mix between trance, downtempo and slow breaks. 8-12 is mostly progressive trance mixed in with some occasional breaks. Track 13 is a vocal outro in how Doris Norton wanted this release to be.

One thing I dislike about this release though is that track 1 and 11 sample the same melody so you will see slight unoriginalty with some of the tracks not to mention that such mentioned melody is used on Moka DJ - Time Pass Age.

Not perfect in any way and the Doris Norton / Rexanthony style gets cliched very fast as you listen to a lot of recycled samples from each Techno Shock / Next Objective release. It is still interesting to check this series out as there is still some ideas not every producer experiments with. Nice release overall.