Hernán Cattáneo ‎– The Masters Series

Renaissance ‎– REN11CD
2 × CD, Mixed, Compilation

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1.1 Darko & Gainer Ayahuaska (Reprise)
Written-By, Producer, Engineer – Chris Gainer, Mark O'Brien
1.2 Richard Davis In The Air
Written-By, Producer – Dennis Kensington
1.3 Two Lone Swordsmen Glide By Shooting
Producer, Written-By – Two Lone Swordsmen
1.4 Casa Flava Homa
Written-By – Olivier Berger, Stan Kolev
1.5 Alexander Kowalski Scarpia
Written-By, Producer – Alexander Kowalski
1.6 Bill Makris Honey
Written-By, Producer – Bill Makris
1.7 Rolasoul Lost In Power (Dub)
Engineer [Additional] – Bruce AisherWritten-By, Producer – Simon James (3)Written-By, Producer, Engineer – Kevin Miller (2)
1.8 Bill Makris Dreams
Written-By, Producer – Bill Makris
1.9 Alvredo & Matthew Dekay Symbiosis (Herbal Dub)
Written-By, Producer – Alfred Ommen (2), Matthew Dekay
1.10 Grant Dell & Jay Tripwire Slo Roast
Written-By – Grant Dell, Jay Tripwire
1.11 Tigerhook Corp. Presents Randall Jones Cultural Assertion
Saxophone – Mike DeVillisWritten-By, Producer – Randall Jones
1.12 Agent 001 Bubblebath (16B Remix)
Remix – 16BRemix, Producer [Additional] – Omid NourizadehWritten-By, Producer – Eli Wilkie, Steve Porter
1.13 The PQM Project* Aenema
Producer, Guitar [Acoustic] – Prince Quick MixVocals – Ekaterini
2.1 Chab Closer To Me (Renaissance Mix)
Written-By, Producer – ChabWritten-By, Producer, Vocals [Featuring] – JD Davis
2.2.a Josh Wink Oakish
Written-By, Producer – Josh Wink
2.2.b T-Empo Fouk (Acapella)
Vocals – Jo PriceWritten-By, Producer – Colin Thorpe, Tim Lennox
2.3 21st Century Planet Smashers Underground Night Music (Dub)
Guitar – Andy KuleszaRecorded By, Mixed By, Producer – 21st Century Planet SmashersWritten-By, Keyboards – Samuel ToolanWritten-By, Percussion – Matthew SheltonWritten-By, Programmed By – Karl Robin Junga
2.4 Dean Coleman & Hernán Cattáneo Behind The Music
Written-By – Dean Coleman, Hernán Cattáneo
2.5 Gregory Shiff & Morgan Page All I Know (Hernan Cattaneo & Martin Garcia Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Hernán Cattáneo, Martin GarciaWritten-By, Producer – Gregory Shiff, Morgan PageWritten-By, Vocals [Featuring] – Astrid Suryanto
2.6 Alex Dolby Hazy Way
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Alex Dolby, Santos
2.7 Quest The Shepherd
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Luke Chable
2.8 Steve May Open Day (Original Mix)
Mastered By – Tony "Jack The Bear" Mantz*Written-By, Producer – Steve May
2.9 Danny Howells & Stef Vrolijk Phono Corono (16 Bit Lolitas Mix 1)
Remix – 16 Bit Lolita'sWritten-By – Danny Howells, Stef Vrolijk
2.10 Grand Resonant Central
Written-By – Lorenzo Contarini
2.11 Age Of Love The Age Of Love (Wrecked Angle Remix)
Producer – Roger Samyn*Remix – Wrecked AngleWritten-By – Bruno Sanchioni, Giuseppe Cherchia*



Track 3 on CD1 incorrectly listed as "Time To Kill - Pam's Magic Tractor (DJ Harvey's Remix)"
Track 9 on CD2 incorrectly listed as "Phono Corono"

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
REN11CD Hernán Cattáneo The Masters Series(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) Renaissance (3) REN11CD Russia 2004 Sell This Version
90717-2 Hernán Cattáneo Renaissance: The Masters Series(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Car) Thrive Records 90717-2 US 2004 Sell This Version


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March 1, 2017

disc 1 is probably the only mix out of the masters series i enjoy from start to finish. i find a lot of mixes out there for me anyway, there is a track or 2 in the mix which just doesnt work or it doesnt flow, ye its opinion but whatever, what im saying is this disc 1 is spot on. i treat it like a treasure and the artworks nice to look at, really fancy looking


November 9, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
I also like the first set, but I must say that the 2nd for me is where it is all that. Given the wrap on the first I'll go straight to the 2nd which i believe is a great deal better.

From the opening track of the set, it sets a grinding bass driven progressive tone that is fantastic. Not sure about the Josh Wink but after that the set gets into driving some huge tracks that make this overall one of my top mix compilation CDs in the collection.

Well worth your while if you haven't picked it up yet.


April 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

I too was not very impressed with the second disc...I felt it started off on the wrong tone. The first three tracks don't fit in there (they make the cd feel like a label promo). They tarnish the 'serious' tone of the comp.

CD1, however.....whoa! CD1 blew me away the very first time I heard it. Ayahuaska ...In my opinion this is the most brilliant track ever made; it seems to mature every few months when I listen to it again. From there Cattaneo proves that mixing can be an art when he glides through 12 other genious tracks. The mixing is coherent. Each track is intelligent and deep-edged.

This compilation is unique and tasteful. I picked it up off the shelf when I was new in the scene. When I heard it I just thought 'what quality music'. Still sends chills down my spine today.


June 8, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Fantastic first half set here, beginning with 'Ayahuaska' is an excellent intro track. 'Scarpia' by Alexander Kowalski is repetitive but provides a very deep bass grove with stirring echoes. Other noteworthy songs include 'Cultural Assertion' and 'Aenema'.

Not too impressed with the second half set from Hernan, but can't go wrong with the Howells track 'Phono Crono'.