Jamie Anderson ‎– Blue Music

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NRK Sound Division ‎– NRKCD009
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Recorded at Artform, Bristol

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 89492 01826 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 689492018269
  • Matrix / Runout: 08140101 1 / NRK CD 009
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L595
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1A23

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yarham

yarham

September 12, 2014

A really lovely album of lush, deep. acidic, discofied, club friendly, techie house. I can't help but wonder why this album is oh so underrated.
tonymasud

tonymasud

October 28, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Good collection of tracks. Really, when you dealing with a bunch of cuts that are full length and just meant for the dancefloor, it's more of a compilation of tracks rather than an album. Most of these are well suited for the dancefloor, but also enjoyable at home.

The content then, well you have some banging techy stuff like "Can't stop" and "Trippin". "Rebel Sound", "Black Sun" & "They See Nothing" are driving funky house cuts. Then also some deeper tracks like "In Two Minds", "Falling Day" & "Oceanic".

The standouts are, "Tripping" which is a superb slice of acid techno. "In Two Minds" (co-produced with A-J-Scent) which is a nice funky cut but still with a nice deep foundation; "Black Sun" has a good raw drive to it; still keeping to house but you have that techy foundation there.
scoundrel

scoundrel

February 23, 2004

This album is perfect for the clubs: the beats are crisp, the production values excellent. Jamie Anderson is a great craftsman of tech-house. The album doesn't work as well, however, in a more personal setting (with the exception for tracks like "Puesta Del Sol" and "In Two Minds"). That said, the music is like a flashy-dressed guy that you see at the club: fun to dance with, but boring once you take it home.