Steve Lawler ‎– Nubreed Global Underground

Boxed ‎– NU:003CD
2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed

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The Acappella A-1 is separately mentioned on the cover.

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NU:003CD Steve Lawler Nubreed Global Underground(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) Boxed (3) NU:003CD UK 2000 Sell This Version
NU003CD Steve Lawler Nubreed Global Underground(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Boxed NU003CD Singapore 2000 Sell This Version
NU:003CDS Steve Lawler Nubreed Global Underground(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo, Smplr) Boxed NU:003CDS UK 2000 Sell This Version


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December 6, 2017
Yeah for me Steve Lawler was never varied enough on his commercially released compilations. He was much better live though and could really rock a club. I remember him playing Lil Mo Yin Yang-Reach on the Space terrace in Ibiza with sex moans over the top and sending us into pure house heaven.
The best track on here by miles is Valentino Kanzyani - Fever, I would still play that now.


June 8, 2017

Pretty dull most the way through. A mix stripped of soul in my opinion, but the tribal progressive sound was not really music you got emotionally engaged to. To me it was strictly club material, nothing more or less and over 2 hours with this stuff here left me little to desire. If it is a matter of timespan, that haven´t stood the test of time.. i dont know. maybe.
Another interesting fact. Lawler did an essential mix for Tong on BBC the same year i believe. Featuring a couple tracks from here, and that was way better than this.

Howell´s 002 remains one of my favourite of the Nubreed series..


April 14, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Does anyone know if the acappella credited to "Tantric" that opens the second mix was pressed somewhere? I've been trying to find this for years.


April 8, 2004

This CD showed me what Tribal meant and I was converted to it for a good while. This mix really pushed the Tribal progressive sound and nearly every single track on it was released in 1999 or 2000. This was boom time for tribal house in the UK but by 2001 people wanted to come out of the dark again and the slightly lighter sound of Tech House has been more popular since then I reckon.