Mijk Van Dijk ‎– Glow



Sound & Thought & Vision 5:59
I Constantly Invent Myself 4:45
More 8:02
I Think I Know 6:10
Sub C 6:40
Watch Me Dance 5:19
Do Dee Do 6:25
Automatic 7:41
Out Of Control 5:13
Suck My Soul 6:11
The Eternal Afterhour Of The Soul 3:16
Shelter 8:05

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
superstition 2074 Mijk Van Dijk Glow(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Superstition superstition 2074 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
Superstition 2074 Mijk Van Dijk Glow(2xLP, Album) Superstition Superstition 2074 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
SRCS 8585~6 Mijk Van Dijk Glow (Japanese Edition)(CD, Album + CD, Mini) Sony Records SRCS 8585~6 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
SUP 002 MC Mijk Van Dijk Glow(Cass, Album) Outside Media SUP 002 MC Poland 1999 Sell This Version
0827170022362 Mijk Van Dijk Glow(File, MP3, 320) Superstition 0827170022362 Germany 2004
0827170022362 Mijk Van Dijk Glow(File, WAV) Superstition 0827170022362 Germany 2004
Superstition 2074 Mijk Van Dijk Glow(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Superstition Superstition 2074 Germany Unknown Sell This Version



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February 18, 2008
referencing Glow (Japanese Edition), CD, Album + CD, Mini, SRCS 8585~6

"Glow" is one of Mijk van Dijk's weaker works - which means that it's still a pretty solid release. Mijk van Dijk is at his best, whe he creates tracks that evolve and release lots of energy in the end. "Schoneberg" (Marmion), "Wild Life" and nearly all his titles released under the artist name "Mijk's Magic Marble Box" fit into this category. Sadly, the music on "Glow" has those climaxes missing. The titles often feel like the real thing will kick in every minute - but it doesn't. Make no mistake though: All tracks are typical works of Mijk van Dijk. You just hear it in the way they are arranged and mixed and harmonies are used. But when I listen to a Mijk van Dijk record, I expect a little more energy.