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zhangmeng

zhangmeng

December 14, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Remix & Additional Production By, 2xCDr, Promo, none

the best progressive breaks album ever
scoundrel

scoundrel

July 8, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Remix And Additional Production By..., CD, Comp, Mixed, DISNCD67

Hybrid, on their compilation REMIX & ADDITIONAL PRODUCTION BY... put their progressive breaks on a number of artists with floor-storming results. There's really no room for subtlety, so they instead go for the slam. I'm not complaining, though -- Hybrid know how to make a track flow. The stronger tracks, no surprisingly, comes from the tracks that were already great in their original form: Future Sound of London's "Papua New Guinea"; Monk & Canatella's "Enter the Monk." By their transformation of OK tracks into floorfillers is something to behold. For instance, the vocals in Andreas Johnson's "Glorious" could've gone terribly wrong, but they manage to do it right. The whole album is a testament to that.