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posted a comment on 2814 - 新しい日の誕生. over 2 years ago
It's pretty crazy that people care about wanting the music or supporting the artist rather than just a rare piece of wax.
posted a comment on 2814 - 新しい日の誕生. over 2 years ago
Dream Catalogue has commented on a repress.

Essentially, they have switched suppliers and will need start the pressing process all over again for this record.
submitted Samamidon* - But This Chicken Proved Falsehearted. over 2 years ago
submitted Circuit Des Yeux - In Plain Speech. over 3 years ago
submitted Braids - Deep In The Iris. over 3 years ago
submitted Sea Oleena - Shallow. over 4 years ago
submitted Daughter (2) - If You Leave. over 5 years ago
submitted Helado Negro - Invisible Life. over 5 years ago
posted a review of Terry Bones Vs. Fred Baker Pres. Water Planet - Introspection. over 14 years ago
Introspection was one of Paul Van Dyk's anthems during late 2003 and early 2004. It's easy to know why after you've heard a track that combines the smooth melodic elements of trance including one of the best breakdown/buildups ever.

Technical note: ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Animatrix - The Album. over 14 years ago
This EP contains two of the best tracks from the Animatrix album. Technical Itch's production is unquestionably good and makes for one hard and dark drum and bass track. Junkie XL's version is good enough to ignore the fact that the famous "red pill, ... See full review
posted a review of Paris & Healey - The Reaper. over 14 years ago
A very interesting progressive production. The samples in this song come from the Ralph Stanley song 'O Death', most recognizable from the 'O Brother, Where Art Thou' soundtrack.
posted a review of Underworld - Dark & Long. over 14 years ago
One of Underworld's classic tunes is remixed by Danny Howells into a more progressive house feel with some breaks included. A well engineered remix, but nothing can compare to the original Dark Train Mix as it brings back subtle memories from the movie ... See full review
posted a review of The Marlon Jacksons - The Steal Your Bike EP. over 14 years ago
Steal Your Bike can appeal to a wide range of styles. From normal house, to breaks, to progressive house, it's melody line is catchy and provides a fun feel to the track--this underneath some very humourous spoken lyrics.
posted a review of Luke Chable - Melburn / Into The Storm. over 14 years ago
Melburn could be used as a defination to progressive breaks. From its spacey synth intro and the slow introduction of breakbeats, to its bass and filtered guitar samples make Melburn a very distinctive and recognizable track.
posted a review of Minilogue - Leloo. over 14 years ago
The original mix of "Leloo" features a very subtle wap bass line that continues throughout the entire track. It's a well produced progressive track with intertwined vocal samples that creates an relaxed atmospheric presence.
posted a review of iiO - Smooth. over 14 years ago
Although it is hard to follow up "Rapture", Iio is again remixed by some of the best producers in the trance and progressive industries. Steve Porter's remix is the definate favourite, with his trademark style of hard driving progressive beats that would ... See full review