Jesper Dahlbäck ‎– Polyhouse

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DK Records ‎– DX 1
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Vinyl, 12"
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Credits

  • Artwork By [Art Direction And Design] – PolygonDesign.se
  • Executive Producer – ELP Medien
  • Mastered ByNilz*
  • Written-By, ProducerJesper Dahlbäck

Notes

Written & produced at Globe Studios, Stockholm/Sweden 2005.
Mastered at The Exchange

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  • Matrix / Runout: NILZ - THE EXCHANGE EURODISC
  • Label Code: 12272

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Unterhimmel

Unterhimmel

July 20, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

I have to disagree. The original mix is no "trancy" affair at all (despite the reverb effects), but has some nice oldschool house elements: the piano melody, the housy claps, the almost "happy" character. If at all, it reminds me of the '91-'95 Progressive House era. So the "Techno" tag is wrong, at least for side A. Apart from that, the track was one of the last "real" House tunes in the scene, before it went "electro".
phoenician

phoenician

September 27, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
The original (track A) is a very atmospheric track with a gorgeous melody. Almost "trancy" sounding in many respects. A lot of techno and house heads tend to dismiss it straight away for this reason, but after a few listens you cant but help love this tune.
PatV.

PatV.

February 19, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
The original production of ‘Polyhouse’ starts with a minimal gentle intro, as Jesper introduces the dreamy old skool melodic riffs, which are dropped into the funky and lush groovy production arrangement, for a distinct sublime summer bound soundtrack that will pick up widespread support. The rework on the flipside, will however be the highlight, as Jesper gives it a strong electro, New wave influence. Injecting loads of synths, deep electro based chords, sci – fi bleeps, new melodies, wobbly bass lines and ample studio trickery for a serious late night burner.