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Anjunabeats 10 Import

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  • Audio CD (March 12, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Anjuna Beats
  • ASIN: B00B1VRPJQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #299,236 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A. Murali on March 7, 2013
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In the 10th release in the highly-touted Anjunabeats series, Above & Beyond have pushed the series into a new foray of trance music. Notably, after popping this in your media device, this double disc set is immediately noticeably a heavier package than any of the previous iterations in the series. However, I am here to let you know that you should not be turned off by the inclusion of heavier progressive trance as this appears to be what trance music has largely become in 2013. One cannot help that change from the lighter progressive trance we were used to seeing back in Ajunabeats 4-7 and the In Search of Sunrise releases from the same time periods. We were used to getting a two disc set of beautiful, melodic, euphoric trance music which for the most part resembled the majority of trance outputted during that time. With Anjuna 10, what Above & Beyond have done, then, is to showcase how they can continue to pack that melodic, dreamy Anjunabeats sound into the modern trance landscape, and they have executed brilliantly.

It's important to note that the success of the release rests on both the superb track production from the list of featured artists on the Anjuna label as well as impressive mixing on Above & Beyond's part. On both discs they have managed to pack in 15 "killer" trance tunes, with Above & Beyond throwing in their own singles "Alchemy", "Walter White" and "Black Room Boy". Disc one is the "lighter" disc and definitely gets that clear to the listener right from the beginning with a piano intro track by Above & Beyond, into Soundprank's "Animus". Soundprank's productions have been top notch but I fear that trance may not be his forte as this track is, in my opinion, dull.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By reit on May 5, 2013
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Certainly inferior to volumes like 6 and 8, this is good music just not really inspired like some of their other volumes. Kind of like the run of the mill club type music, it's not bad music but I've listened to volume 6 about a hundred times and have not gotten tired of it. I'm pretty over this one already.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark Eremite VINE VOICE on July 19, 2013
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The largest review for this product is five stars, and the third sentence says, "However, I am here to let you know that you should not be turned off by the inclusion of heavier progressive trance as this appears to be what trance music has largely become in 2013." I don't want to besmirch that reviewer, whose review is eloquent and thorough, but I do have a few issues with this statement (and with the idea of "progressive" anything) that basically underscore why this album was such a letdown for me.

First of all, just because a genre has "largely become" something new or different doesn't mean that thing is automatically good. I know a lot of people love dubstep and Skrillex, and I've also enjoyed it in very small doses, but I'm convinced people are going to look back on dubstep as a bit of a joke. It has no real room for serious growth. It's like polka (with apologies to Weird Al), which sounds pretty much the same today as it ever has. When your musical genre is the equivalent of a computer dry-humping a garbage disposal, there's very few iterations that are going to provide audiences with the kind of complexity that leads to musical advancement. And that's fine for those who like it. After all, people still listen to polka, heavy metal, and the like. I assume.

The term "progressive" actually came about when people started monkeying with genres. "Rock" used to mean one thing, and then a few innovative musicians decided it didn't have to always mean that, so they tooled around with new avenues in the genre, and the result was called "progressive." The same thing happened to house music. Originally about as monochromatic as music gets, the first "progressive" types of house were eventually known as trance for their lighter rhythms and melodies.
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By Dan on January 14, 2014
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Anjunabeats Vol. 10 is good just like all the other Anjunabeats. If you enjoy Trance music this is a great way to get a lot of tracks for a great price.
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This is the best of the 'beats so far in terms of uplifting melodic music. Puts a smile on my face every time I listen.
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By katfer on April 24, 2013
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This is a great album! It has two discs with all the Anjuna members! So many great songs, I can't pick a favorite!
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I've purchased Anjubeats 7-10 and I'll say that this Album is a great redemption from what was given to us on Anjubeats 9. CD1 is classic A&B. Its uplifting, inspiring a wonderful cd to pop into your car if you're making a long drive on a nice cloudy day to the beach. CD2 is much much harder and has more for the nightlife prep music IMO. You'll hear some electro, and dubstep-esque beats in it, but it doesn't steer too far away from the sound of A&B that we've all grown to love and appreciate throughout the years. Anjubeats 7 was a masterpiece in my opinion. Anjubeats 8 sounded more mature and refined in the mixing but it didn't have the instant club bangers that made you instantly fall in love. Anjubeats 9 was just awful but Anjubeats 10 has brought me back. Good job guys.
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By friscodrummer on March 31, 2013
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Great album. I enjoy all the Anjunabeats albums. This one doesn't disappoint. If you have a chance and haven't yet, listen to their podcast Group Therapy they often play songs from this album on there.
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