Joey Beltram ‎– The Rising Sun

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Tresor ‎– Tresor 214
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Tracklist

1 Resurgence 5:51
2 It Works 5:24
3 The Rising Sun 5:42
4 Intermission 1:31
5 Awaken 4:56
6 Universal Mind 4:52
7 Beyonder 4:58
8 Solar Storm 4:38
9 Brreakz 1:30
10 Tenth 4:20

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Notes

Recorded at Sound Too Extreme N.Y.
℗+© Tresor Records 2004

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 661956721427
  • Barcode (Text): 6 61956 72142 7
  • Label Code: LC 03702
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Tresor 214 Joey Beltram The Rising Sun(3x12", Album) Tresor Tresor 214 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
Tresor 214P Joey Beltram The Rising Sun(12", Ltd, Promo, S/Sided) Tresor Tresor 214P Germany 2005 Sell This Version
Tresor 214 Joey Beltram The Rising Sun(CD, Album, Promo, Pla) Tresor Tresor 214 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
Tresor 214P Joey Beltram The Rising Sun(12", S/Sided, Ltd, Promo, W/Lbl) Tresor Tresor 214P Germany 2005 Sell This Version

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maroko

maroko

November 26, 2008

My two cents is that while there are a fistful of unquestionable techno bangers on "The rising sun", the album as a whole goes absolutely nowhere. It has no flow, and is mostly made of repetitive and recycled loops layed over uninetresting percussion and trivial bass lines. Extremely well produced though, but shallow, and to be honest, substandard for a release forged by Joey Beltram. Sure it's party material, and some of it is mighty fine to fulfill that purpose, but even when it came to pure and straight forward floor filling music, Joey delivered it much better than what's offered here.
Good news for DJs is that the album has been released as a fantastic 3xLP, so rest assured some numbers here will blow away the crowd during any proper techno party, namely and above all, Resurgence, It Works, The Rising Sun and Awaken, which simultaneoulsy mark the album's only worthwhile moments. Play it loud, turn the bass up and witness the roof tear off!
k.felgerman

k.felgerman

April 5, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
I've been a Joey Beltram fan from the early 90s. Though, I would not say I was disappointed when I heard this album for the first time, but... Joey Beltram has changed his mind into some much more commercial stuff. A lot less grounded on hard repetitive sounds than "Places", this opus is more dedicated to dancefloors. Take a four beat loop from any Daft Punk hit, let it go round and round and round with harder kicks and that's it! Target: cash and audience. My view.