Carl Cox ‎– GU38 Black Rock Desert

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Global Underground (3) ‎– GU038CD
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2 × CD, Album, Mixed
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1-01 Tiefschwarz Feat. Seth Troxler Trust
Featuring – Seth Troxler
1-02 Hijacker Groov 2 (Bushwacka! Mix)
Remix – Bushwacka!
1-03 Christian Vance Chase The Night (Craig McWhinney’s Soft & Warm Mix)
Remix – Craig McWhinney
1-04 Skylark Krakatoa (Joel Mull Moodswing Mix)
Remix – Joel Mull
1-05 Lee Van Dowski & Glimpse La Cocina Del Cabron
1-06 Guy J Lamur (Henry Saiz Mix Edit)
Remix – Henry Saiz
1-07 Alan Fitzpatrick Green Light
1-08 Lance Blaise & Rod B. Faaktree
1-09 Onionz Space Bass
1-10 Paride Saraceni New Age Acids
1-11 Magitman* Cat Skin
1-12 Fergie Maktub
1-13 Joey Beltram Slice 2010 (Alan Fitzpatrick Mix)
Remix – Alan Fitzpatrick
1-14 Trevor Rockliffe* Move!!
1-15 Christian Smith Flyertalk
2-01 Robbie Rivera The Main Room Part One
2-02 Alex Dias Scientific (Nato Medrado Remix)
Remix – Nato Medrado
2-03 Count Sinca Space Cow (Pablo Acenso & Juan Deminicis Mix)
Remix – Juan Deminicis, Pablo Acenso
2-04 Noir The Off World (Oliver Dahl Remix)
Remix – Oliver Dahl
2-05 Abi Bah It's A Hybrid (Cari Lekebusch Remix)
Remix – Cari Lekebusch
2-06 Tim Baker Rebirth Of The Saga
2-07 Joachim Garraud No Techno In This Room Please
2-08 Wilson, Smallwood* & Ingram* Perfect Sunrise
2-09 Adam Beyer & Joel Mull Forming Dies (Jerome Sydenham Remix)
Remix – Jerome Sydenham
2-10 Jon Rundell Damager
2-11 Umek Before Violence
2-12 Steve Mulder Within Seconds
2-13 John Dalagelis Asio (Ananda Project Remix)
Remix – Ananda Project*
2-14 James Zabiela Darkness.2
2-15 Petrae Foy & PJC Project Long Train
2-16 Gui Boratto Take My Breath Away
2-17 Politeca What Kind Of World Do You Want?

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Released in a jewel case with additional card packaging.

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  • Barcode: 828272001323

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Carl Cox GU38 Black Rock Desert(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo, Smplr) Global Underground (3) none UK 2010 Sell This Version
GU038CD Carl Cox GU38 Black Rock Desert(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) Global Underground (2) GU038CD Russia 2010 Sell This Version
GU038DIG Carl Cox GU38 Black Rock Desert(32xFile, MP3, Comp + 2xFile, MP3, Mixed) Global Underground (3) GU038DIG UK 2010
GU038CDX Carl Cox GU38 Black Rock Desert(2xCD, Ltd, Mixed) Global Underground (3) GU038CDX UK 2010 Sell This Version

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damianplur

damianplur

November 18, 2015
I will sound as cheesy as it can get, but to understand Global Underground: Black Rock City, you should've gone to Burning Man already. BM and BRC are many many many things at the same time, one of them being a huuuuge Techno cauldron. GU38 delivers very good in representing the impression of a place through music (not a thing you can say about a lot of GU releases).
Conjure

Conjure

July 9, 2012
The track selection is fine, for the most part, though there are a few generic ones that manages to slip in. The mixing is also less than stellar, with some transitions merely being fade ins and fade outs, which ruins the mood of some of the tracks. Not the worst release ever, but it could be a lot better.
ektorbarajas

ektorbarajas

August 26, 2010
edited over 9 years ago

CD1 is a great progressive, deep and tech house mix, but CD2 despite having the same music genres it has some tracks with cheap tunes making them sound mediocre and bad quality.

Carl Cox is known for being a great House DJ, mixing and producing progressive, tech, minimal and deep house mainly, and his GU 38 debut is a so-so release. CD1 has the trademark of Carl Cox, being a well blended and constructed CD of progressive, tech and deep house, from beginning to end the quality keeps at 4/5. I'm not giving it a full 5/5 rating since in my opinion, Cox could infuse the CD with more top quality tunes, but this CD doesn't disappoint any Cox fan or any progressive tech and deep house lover.

Unfortunately CD2 is not at the same 4/5 quality, Carl's musical style is still here but he decided to include some mediocre or even bad tunes, tunes that indeed are progressive, tech, deep house or even minimal house but with an infusion of cheap and bad quality sounds (keyboards, sequencers, etc.). This CD is a 2/5 ratting.

It’s a shame that a great CD1 gets diminished with a so-so CD2.