Sander van Doorn ‎– Supernaturalistic

Ultra Records ‎– UL 1660
13 × File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps

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DOORNCD001 Sander van Doorn Supernaturalistic(CD, Album) Doorn Records DOORNCD001 Netherlands 2008 Sell This Version
NEBCD 9016 Sander van Doorn Supernaturalistic(CD, Album) Nebula NEBCD 9016 UK 2008 Sell This Version
DOORN014 Sander van Doorn Supernaturalistic (The Extended Mixes)(13xFile, MP3, 320) Doorn Records DOORN014 Netherlands 2008
CSRCD5510 Sander van Doorn Supernaturalistic(CD, Album) Central Station CSRCD5510 Australia 2008 Sell This Version
DP076-08 Sander Van Doorn Supernaturalistic(CD, Album) Dance Planet (3), World Club Music DP076-08 Russia 2008 Sell This Version

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June 29, 2009
(++) Got this album yesterday afternoon without having heard the name Sander van Doorn. I was intrigued by the cover art, the name of the album, and the name of the label (Ultra Records).

All I knew about the music I was holding was that it is of the electronic nature. Unfortunately as is usually the case, the actual style was not indicated nor did anyone within x-men psychic power range had a clue either. Fifteen bucks, I concluded it worth the risk so I bought it.

The peaks and valleys, the swells and currents, and that bass.. that strangely fuzzy-hard fuller-than-life B A S S - offset by an intelligent and stimulating array of high-energy synths and FX, all harmoniously mapped out into an audible testament to the classic method of trance, and the modern means of envigorating tech house.

seriously though.. that B A S S !! ;p

psidrometer :4/5: This album would have received a 5-star rating from me but there is a period in one track when the synths are just a bit to wild for my taste, and that turned me off.. but was quickly reassured by THAT BASS!!

I recommend listening loud with full range monitors & capable subwoofer, party flavors optional.


May 5, 2008

More people need to know about Sander Van Doorn. This LP proves it.

I am currently playing and have played out about half of this LP in the last year!!

"The Riff", "The Bass", "Apple", "Sushi", "Pura Vida", "Back By Any Demand", Sia "The Girl You Lost To Cocaine" are the ones i'm on - right now "Sushi" is the biggie.

It's difficult to sum this LP up apart from saying good. I initially only wanted "Pura Vida" off it, but as time goes on, i find myself purchasing more and more tracks (apart from the edits) off the LP.

Essentially it's Techno that seems to have been accepted by not only the Trance heads, but also the House heads and the Techno heads alike.

For me right now, Sander Van Doorn is the most consistant producer around at the minute.