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  • Audio CD (July 22, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Moist Music
  • ASIN: B001AZI21S
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #335,072 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. When My Satellite Falls Down [Terry Bones Dub] - Lustral
2. Dominator [Re-Ward Remix] - Human Resource / Mr. Sam
3. Ten Seconds Before Sunrise [First State Remix] - Tiesto
4. Tonight Is Forever [Martin Roth Edit] - DJ Eco / Martin Roth
5. Vertigo [Mike Koglin Remix] - Sunshade
6. Maya - Eddie Sender
7. Drone [MG Remix] - Ahmose
8. Rotterdam - J.O.C.
9. Feeling Good - DJ Wag
10. NotThe End [Derelict Remix] - Majesta
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Endorphine [Trance Xplosion Anthem] - Stoneface & Terminal
2. Sunday After Monday [David Newsum Mix] - Mike Wind / Ron Malakai
3. Arctic Moment [Active Remix] - Neptune Project / Triple Seven
4. Morning Sun [Introspective Remix] - Haris C
5. Good Bye [Indecent Noise Remix] - Dreamia
6. Save Your Soul [Dark Dub] - Mekk
7. I Love Trance [Active Airflow Mix] - Lexwood
8. Call Me Miller [Original Mix] - Paul Miller
9. Manifest [Sample Moog Mix] - George Acosta
10. Save One Love [Paul Miller Pres. Contraption Remix] - Albert Keyn
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Customer Reviews

The first CD is as good as the second one is.
C. P. Leon
Not many "aww what a bad/annoying track", but more just sound like a 1000 other bland songs I woundn't care to play again.
Big T
This album puts Acosta all the way up there with Tiesto and Armin.
brayan

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DefiledHorror on July 27, 2008
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I can't believe that I am reviewing a George Acosta CD-mix set, and I am not giving it 5 out of 5 stars. I have to when I compare "All Rights Reserved, Volume 2" to every classic mix set he has released since 2000. This one just does not rank up there. It is possible that this one may grow more on me over time as "A State of Mind" did. I was into that set from the beginning, but the more I listened to it the better it became and might just be his best mix set. For now I don't think "All Rights Reserved, Volume 2" will do that.

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.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul M. Owen on May 2, 2011
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I have been a loyal fan of George Acosta's work since Members of X, which I got a hold of about 10 years ago. All Rights Reserved 2 is a wonderful compilation of some great songs, expertly manipulated to bring both an energizing and relaxing experience. I am proud to add this dual disc album to my collection. If you are looking for great trance music in general or if you are also a fan of George's musical art, make the right decision and purchase this album today. Your ears will thank you.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By brayan on July 26, 2008
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I bought this cd yesterday and i wasnt expecting this album too be so good,this cd its great. This is a must buy if you like good trance. This album puts Acosta all the way up there with Tiesto and Armin.
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I am a mega George Acosta lover and I have everything he's ever put out from his beginning days in Planet Soul to this one. I must say that after his last cd,"A State of Mind"was released I was worried and a little hesitant to buy AR2.To me his last was very dull and somewhat lacking,but he totally redeemed himself by releasing the follow up to 2006's all rights reserved.All Rights Reserved Volume 2 picks up where the first left off,the first cd being more mellow and 2nd being upbeat.Thus being said,Acosta is once again the best trance dj in the world.If your a true fan of trance you'll wanna add this to your collection.My favorite is of course,the second disc being more upbeat is the George I'm used to.The first disc has only a few including Majesta's "Not the End",DJ Wags "Feeling Good","Oceanblue" by Jason Van Wyk & Vast Vision and Greg Downey's "Once Again".I highly recommend the entire second disc,the three standout tracks are Acostas own "Mystical Sun", "Someone",& Alex Morph & Woody Van Eyden's "I Love Trance"
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George has finally stepped out of his shell and got this vol. off on a better foot then vol. 1. Gone? Vocals as he slides in with a great effort. His first album is the slower of the two and actually is quite a different sound then most are used to from George. A little choppy but some good tracks for sure. I think the ending track is what kills this set and feel the end didn't give this pretty good mix any bang. But come on it's the first disc and it sure does have some pretty sick tracks. The second disc brings back the acosta sound that all have come to love. He finally found the tracklist to showcase his sound here as he completely nails it. Disc 2 is a step forward. Finally George comes back and gives me his favorite set since Lost World. He ends this one with a great vocal track and I beleive this one is one of his best sets compared to Touched disc 1. Enjoy.
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I was hoping that this would be as good as the first All Rights Reserved. But... when I listed to the first CD, I was in shock. I love all of George Acosta's mixes, but that disc is crap. Then I popped in the 2nd CD and it's up there with the first All Rights Reserved. My favorites are Endorphine and Morning Sun.
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.
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