House music fan from Portugal.

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posted a review of Various - Lazy Dog - Volume 2. over 15 years ago
I have a tendency to buy compilations, which make up the bulk of my collection. This is probably the best of the bunch, especially because of CD 1. Ben Watt's side has the best selection of tracks, and has a dreamy quality to it. Jay Hannan's side failed ... See full review
posted a review of Propellerheads - Decksandrumsandrockandroll. over 15 years ago
This is the album that turned me on to breaks. I bought it essentially because of "History Repeating", and when I put the CD on and pressed "play", I fell in love with the rest of the album. While breakbeat is the dominant genre, each track has an ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Ondas Da Noite. over 15 years ago
This CD is a bit crappy, and if I hadn't got it for free I wouldn't have given it a second look. Most of the tracks are commercial teen pop with some dance-y beats added to make them palatable to the dancefloor, and the others are either commercial ... See full review
posted a review of Sash! - Trilenium. over 15 years ago
By the time we get to Sash!'s third album, it appears they're beginning to sell out. Apart from "Rock The Block" and "Adelante", all other dance tracks are starting to sound cheesy in a "Italy '94" kind of way, being only bearable.
As for the ... See full review
posted a review of Sash! - Life Goes On. over 15 years ago
When I bought Sash!'s second album, I was a bit turned off by the presence of cheesy vocals in "La Primavera" and "The Trip 1:03", but the amazing "Non-Existant Nothing", the d&b collaboration with Nonex, was a real gem, it should have been released as a ... See full review
posted a review of Sash! - It's My Life. over 15 years ago
Sash!'s first record is their best one yet. I got hooked by listening to "Encore Une Fois" and "Ecuador", and was pleasantly surprised to learn that the instrumental tracks such as "The Final Pizzi" and "Cheating Twister" were even better than the songs ... See full review
posted a review of Music Instructor - Electro City. over 15 years ago
This record is a great mix of hip-hop, electro and euro-house. A couple of tracks are just there for filler ("Pack Jam", for instance), but contrasting gems such as "Technical Lover" and "Planet Earth" add an eclectic feel to it.