Kevin Saunderson ‎– KS01

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Trust The DJ ‎– TTDJCS 013, Trust The DJ ‎– 5060031890167
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CD, Mixed, Compilation
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0 Kevin Saunderson Intro
1 John Thomas African Power
Written-By, Producer – Johnathan Thomas*
2 DJ Bear Who ? Yeah! Mongoloid Beach
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – DJ Bear Who ?
3 S.B. Project Cultural Cooperation
Written-By – S. Bicknell*
4 Samuel L. Sessions* Lush Life
Written-By – Samuel L. Sessions*
5 Andrew McLauchlan Love Story Re:Edit
Written-By – Andrew McLauchlan
6 Octave One Featuring Ann Saunderson Blackwater (E - Dancer Vocal Mix)
Producer, Mixed By – Octave OneRemix – E-DancerRemix, Producer [Additional] – Kevin SaundersonVocals – Ann SaundersonWritten-By – Saunderson*, Burden*, Burden*, Burden*
7 Adam Beyer Remainings III (DK Remix)
Remix – DKWritten-By – Adam Beyer
8 Funk D'Void Diabla (Samuel L Sessions Juice Mix)
Mastered By [Pre-Mastered By] – Robert LeinerRemix, Producer [Additional] – Samuel L Sessions*Written-By, Producer – Lars Sandberg
9 E-Dancer World Of Deep
Written-By – Kevin Saunderson
10 G Flame Buss Eye
Written-By, Producer – Cisco Ferreira
11 Oxia & The Hacker Last Test Part 1
Written-By, Producer – Michel Amato, Olivier Raymond
12 Gary Martin Casa Cougat (Gary Martin Remix)
Composed By, Mixed By – Gary Martin
13 Gary Martin Ritual Fire Dance
Written-By – Gary Martin
14 Mr. Sliff Rippin' & Dippin'
Written-By – Adam Beyer
15 Mr. Sliff Rippin' And Dippin' Part 2
Written-By – Adam Beyer
16 Johan Bacto Herz Hunter (Redhead Remix)
Remix – RedheadWritten-By – Johan Bacto
17 E-Dancer Loop Me Again
Written-By – Kevin Saunderson

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Manufactured in the UK.

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  • Barcode: 5 060031 890167
  • Matrix / Runout: TTDJCS013
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L041
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 1L07

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Pseventeen

Pseventeen

November 3, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
This is one of those compilations where the tracklisting tends to outweigh the skill of the mixes. Though it doesn't seem to be chock full of mistakes, there is an overuse (in my opinion) of a filter effect, and a lot of the tracks sound too much alike. This is not to say that my overall opinion of the compilation is bad or unfavourable, far from it. I just feel that there was potential for something more. There seems to be no rising flow, just a collection of some of techno's dancefloor bombs that seem to stay at a high level and perhaps should have been arrainged in a different manner. Having said that, it's still a pretty cool peak into the record box of the "Master Reese"