Ian Pooley ‎– Nite:Life 06

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NRK Sound Division ‎– NRKMX 006
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Nite:Life – 06
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CD, Compilation, Mixed
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1 Ian O'Brien Eden 2:11
2 Metro Area Caught Up 3:41
3 Freestyle Man The S Track 5:43
4 Needs Brother (Original Vibe) 5:05
5 Rivera Rotation Latinica Witch (Vincenzo's Satin Soul Mix)
Remix – Vincenzo
4:18
6 Yann Fontaine Open Your Eyes (New Phunk Theory's Little Green Dub)
Remix – New Phunk Theory
4:16
7 Benjamin Hart Perfect Love Song 3:07
8 Doug Willis Begun 2 Love U 4:59
9 Mood II Swing Call Me (Moody Dub)
Remix – DJ Duke
2:59
10 Wanted Da Vegas
Vocals – Spellband
4:29
11 Venet Joki* Cheap Heat 3:29
12 Sébastien Léger Perplexity Personality 3:36
13 Blaze My Beat (Derrick Carter's Disco Circus Mix)
Featuring – Palmer BrownRemix – Derrick Carter
3:56
14 Nicholas Silvering 3:27
15 Ernest Saint Laurent Clumsey Lobster 3:41
16 Ian Pooley 900 Degrees (Cosmos Deep Dub)
Remix – Tom Middleton
4:10
17 Technasia Evergreen I 2:27
18 DJ Jes I've Fallen In Love 3:12
19 Vincenzo The Way Of Thinking 2:58
20 Quiet Daze The Scenic Route 3:04

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LHC

LHC

December 31, 2004
edited over 12 years ago

The mix starts with an introductory track "Eden" which is as best described dreamy-yet-funky. Metro Area (one of my favourite artists) steps up the tempo a tad with "Caught Up". The next flurry of tracks keep the mood simple-sexy-soulful up until you hit Mood II Swing's "Call me" followed by two incredibly pumping-yet-smooth tracks "Da Vegas" and "Cheap Heat".
The mix borrows Derrick Cater's remix of Blaze's "My Beat" to break things up before moving onto more Tech-House oriented tracks like the man's "900 degrees" and Technasia's "Evergreen I". The end is like the beginning. Dreamy-funky-smooth.
The best thing about it IMO is the fact that its recorded live. The sound quality, feel and energy from a live mix can be found in this release. Nowadays computer mixing which sounds too perfect has become dull and at best too predictable!!
A release, which will always hold its own. THANK YOU IAN!!!

- Joe