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KlubfilterIllumination

Label:Royal Flush Records – RF018
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:France
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Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Deep House

Tracklist

AIllumination7:28
BIllumination (In The Garden Of Love)6:08
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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Illumination (12", White Label)Royal Flush RecordsRF018France2002

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spl3nd1d's profile picture
spl3nd1d
Beautiful release. B side is like a lullaby, seriously, it is so calming words fail me. The original mix, on the other hand, is a smasher, a bomb that hits the dancefloors very hard, pumping all night while keeping the shades of deep house.
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juppydoo
Totally Dancefloor Bomb, very good production
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Rhodes54
Edited 10 years ago
This is a track I hardly ever heard before, especially the A-side. Klubfilter managed to make an outstanding mix between house, funky grooves and heavy synthsounds/patterns giving it a hypnotic feel without losing its balls. This is one of those tracks where people come up to you right away to ask which record it is when you play it.
Even in 2008 this track will still blend perfectly in your DJ set and doesn't sound outdated at all.

The B-side is a very smooth and more balearic house track but with the same hypnotic feel as the A-Side. This track will perfectly fit in any deephouse set.

It's a shame that Gil Chabbert decided to stop producing in 2004 as I think he had the potential to become a huge producer.
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Frontosa
This record is really really beautiful. One mix has a harp. That track is nice, it's pretty, but it doesn't reach what the other mix acheives.
The original mix builds to something amazing, and while you're up there, the synths and keys are what make it truly incredible. They bend and repeat and delay. They follow a strict pattern, then run away from it, then hurry back again. And it is a beautiful synth pattern too. Very pretty.
Then, in the middle of the song, the beats slow down and then stop, as if someone had stopped a record. That's what it sounds like. Then when they start again, it sounds exactly as if the record were moved by someone's hand slowly, and then pressed start on the turntable. Truly Genius! Just track down a copy and buy it. Please. Then listen if you don't understand what the hell I'm talking about...
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jasonross
A harp in a record? It works, though. And this record is about as far from hard house as you can get. Its almost like a lullaby, but it works good as a set opener.