Energy 52 ‎– Café Del Mar

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Ultra Records ‎– UL2055
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8 × File, MP3, 320 kbps
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Eye Q 001 Energy 52 Café Del Mar(12") Eye Q Records Eye Q 001 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
none Energy 52 Café Del Mar(12", Promo) Urban none Germany 1998 Sell This Version
none Energy 52 Cafe Del Mar (Rigel Remix)(File, MP3, Unofficial, 320) Not On Label (Energy 52) none Greece 2011
fcd03 Energy 52 Café Del Mar (The Ricardo Villalobos Remixes)(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Flying Circus fcd03 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
BTP3097 R Energy 52 Cafe Del Mar(12") Bonzai Trance Progressive BTP3097 R Belgium 1997 Sell This Version

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ektorbarajas

ektorbarajas

October 6, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
Dabruck & Klein remix is nothing but crap!. they converted a classic trance/progressive trance/progressive house into a very bad electro-house tune. All the production is really bad and the song sounds like a parody, it's a shame that several electronic artists are making use of the mediocre electro sound that the masses love. (my rating is 0/5)

Out of office radio edit is the same as Dabruck & klein: crap (rating 0/5)

Deadmau5 remix by the other side is a good Electro-house tune. (rating 3/5)

Michael Woods & Out Of Office remix is another electro-house version that is not as good as Deadmau5's but not as crap as Dabruck & Klein; what must be mentioned is that this version has more of the "classic" sound and ambient of the original version than Deadmau5, it's a shame that the overall production quality and sound is not better than Deadmau5 remix.
I expected a better remix coming from Michael Woods. (rating 3/5)

Dave Robertson Remix is a so-so tech house remix, I think that a really good tech house version could be made, but Dave Robertson version passes with no glory at all. (rating 3/5)

On the other side, Oliver Lange version is a good progressive tech house tune, it maintains the essence of the song but infuses good quality prog-tech-house production (rating 4/5)

Whelan & Di Scala is to my opinion the jewel in this release, a good progressive trance/house production that maintains the whole essence of the original version but infusing a new vibe.

Fortunately I was able to prelisten all the tunes and just purchased the worth ones.