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All Rights Reserved 2
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It starts out great with Lustral (very similar to how "All Rights Reserved" started out with Airbase's "Escape"), but it kind of meanders through the next few tracks not picking up again until a great track by Majesta and Greg Downey. Then CD1 ends with "Oceanblue" that is not a good track, and honestly some pretty bad vocals.
Disc Two is where the good stuff is. Most of the tracks on CD2 are good, and some get a little harder in the middle, but as on all previous Acosta releases this Mix-set never gets to really pounding on any of it. He has a fantastic production of his own on track #11 with "Mystical Sun"! It is an awesome track, and finishes off nicely with another great song with vocalist Truth. She has provided George with some excellent vocals to some great songs with their collaborations. I did not get into his other track "Manifest" at all. But again, CD2 is for me the better of the two, and saves this set from being fair to a good CD set overall. Also, this set is superbly mixed, which is a given from the Trance Master Acosta.Read more ›
Don't let the star rating fool you, the first CD gets 2 stars and the second CD gets 5 stars. It's still definitely worth picking up if you're a George Acosta fan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Clean mixing as usual but not the best track selection. It's more for the Tech House lover as well as repetitive techno. If you want Trance, get his State of Mind CD. Read morePublished on January 23, 2010 by Mike
I guess this would be considered "classic" George Acosta in that it sounds like B-side rejects that didn't make the cut on his first mix CDs. Time machine to 1999 music. Read morePublished on March 18, 2009 by Big T
The first CD is as good as the second one is. It is just a new and fresh style from the Trance Master!!!Published on January 10, 2009 by C. P. Leon
It's not one of his best works...I personally like his older works where his music is harder and faster, he has slowed down a lot but I will always love george acosta so I love itPublished on October 24, 2008 by Stephen Tinsley