Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills ‎– Winter Kills

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ARDI2129 Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills - Winter Kills(13xFile, WAV, Album, P/Mixed) Armada Digital ARDI2129 Netherlands 2011
ARDI2129 Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills - Winter Kills(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Armada Digital ARDI2129 Netherlands 2011
ПРЗ CD02430 Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills - Winter Kills(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Armada (4), Open Gate Records, TME ПРЗ CD02430 Russia 2011 Sell This Version
ARMA287 Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills - Winter Kills(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Armada (4) ARMA287 Netherlands 2011 Sell This Version
88697934682 Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills Josh Gabriel Presents Winter Kills - Winter Kills(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Armada (4), ProLogic, Sony Music 88697934682 Poland 2011 Sell This Version

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July 9, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Winter Kills, CD, Album, P/Mixed, ARMA287

This, along with Hybrid's "Disappear Here" and Above & Beyond's "Group Therapy," was one of my most anticipated albums at the time. I can't recall ever looking forward to releases before, mainly because of how flat a lot of music sounds today and of course the fact that artists tended to keep their projects tight lipped backed then. But while the other two albums were by no means terrible, "Winter Kills" definitely took the cake and definitely left the biggest impression. First off, There are no filler tracks here, NONE! Every song is beautifully written and in some sort of odd way, are all conceivable when taking in the larger picture. There's a little bit of trance here, a little bit of ambient there, and a little bit of indi-pop down yonder, all the while fitting the soundscape that I could only describe as a foggy Alaskan sunset. Even what I would've considered the fillers like Oklahoma Town, Sweet Old Sound, and The Chauffeur are still nearly, if not more, intuitive than their DJ-friendly counterparts. All in all, Josh Gabriel did an outstanding job! I will have to say though, I didn't care too much for the version of My Friend that was featured here. The rock-induced theme sorta kills what would've been an amazing trance track; and only reminds me why I don't listen to the disposable crap here in the states. The track should've been replaced with the wonderfully crafted remix that was released only months earlier...