Dream Sequence (4) Feat. Blake Baxter ‎– Endless Reflection

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Tresor 29 Dream Sequence (4) Feat. Blake Baxter Dream Sequence (4) Feat. Blake Baxter - Endless Reflection(CD, Album) Tresor Tresor 29 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
Tresor 29 Dream Sequence (4) Feat. Blake Baxter Dream Sequence (4) Feat. Blake Baxter - Endless Reflection(2xLP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Tresor Tresor 29 Germany 1995 Sell This Version

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Smackos

Smackos

January 30, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
IMO This is a masterpiece release!

Again the sexual tensed style of Blake Baxter is there, as well as his ability to use otherwise really cheese sounds and samples in a fresh way. (Like the michael jackson "oooh yeah" samples...I dunno what it really is...but its the stacato minimal melodies with the sexual laden grooves...something like that! creating CARNAL DEMANOUR from the Roland R8)

The Lala Song, pump it and Kiss it are dancefloor shockers and the title track "Endless Reflection" is a steamy romantic love song seldomly seen in electronic music..
Ressla

Ressla

April 28, 2004
edited over 9 years ago

Shockingly low quality record from Blake , IMHO . Even at the time of release it must have sounded dated. Really average-to-poor tracks which sound like they were knocked out in 15 mins each. The only (novelty) highlight is "Theme Song" which sounds like a Orchestral Manouveres in the Dark B-side from 1983.
A real shame for me as Blake has done so much better before and after this release.