Anjunabeats Volume 8

July 19, 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 19, 2010
  • Label: Anjunabeats
  • Copyright: 2010 Involved Productions Ltd
  • Total Length: 5:00:45
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B0053UZ22I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,504 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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It's always great when a trance comp comes with a nonstop/mixed track for all the songs on a disc.
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"This is a must buy for anyone that loves music!" "10/10" may i also add a !!!!!
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By OhioTranceAddict513 on July 20, 2010
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I have to honestly say that 90% of pure talent in the Trance genre belongs to the Anjunabeats Label! I've always said that Armin was the best dj in trance music and he is, but his talents only go so far compared to the Above&Beyond tri-fecta! Let's not stop there, everyone signed onto the Anjunabeats label is completely in-tune to what I want to hear when I listen to Trance! Nuff Said about that, and as for this AnjunaBeats 8, I just finished listening to both disks with no interuptions and in my opinion this installment is by far the best yet! I would recommend this 8th installment and anything with anjunabeats name on it to anyone that loves music as much as I do.....
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jack Broyles Jr. on July 31, 2010
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I have purchased nearly every release from the Anjunabeats Label and they just keep getting better!

Hot on the tail of equally fantastic Anjunabeats Worldwide Vol. 2 comes this absolutely stunning release mixed by Above & Beyond. There is literally not a bad song on here. I love them all.

This compilation relies much less on vocal trance pieces. At first, I thought that I wasn't going to like it because of this. But after a 2nd listen, I am completely hooked.

It is great to see Daniel Kandi back in action on this compilation. We are actually blessed with two of his pieces and Piece of Me is particularly dance worthy.

The Mat Zo Dub mix of Lange and Emma Hewitt's Live Forever is also not to be missed. Nor is the Gareth Emery/Metropolis remix of the Classic Oceanlab tune "On a Good Day".

Above and Beyond are without a doubt some of the most talented (and underrated) Trance DJs on the scene today. While not nearly as "showy" as AVB, their mixing skills are in my opinion, better. A live A&B show promises hours of uplifting and melodic trance. Little Flash-LOTS of substance.

If you are even remotely interested in electronic dance music-get this CD. At $14.99-it is a true bargain.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By mkultra on November 3, 2010
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To be quite honest, uplifting trance of this sort is not my all time favorite genre. I usually prefer progressive house, dubstep, psy trance, and others. That being said, I love this CD. It's just feel good music that brings a smile to your face. I needed this departure from the somber tone of Kryptic Minds I was listening to earlier (Don't get me wrong, I still love that type of deep and dark dubstep).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Thomas W. Dunn on August 22, 2010
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I always seem to know what I'm getting myself into with any Anjunabeats compilation, a quality trance compilation, filled with one powerful song after another. Its almost like jumping down a never-ending chasm, I always expect the best from the Anjunabeats label and its producing and mixing efforts of Above & Beyond.....It has been about 3 - 4 months since I have had this outstanding album and let me say that I believe so strongly in A & B's compilations that I always buy 2 copies.....Countless times I have appreciated the sounds emanating from each of the songs. Each song is powerful in its own right, and feels like you're on an adventure, and its always from song to song a very different experience.

Thing called Love is done in collaboration with Richard Bedford who delivers stunning vocals.
Daniel Kandi and Adam Nickey serve up great tracks with Anjuna style melodies; and the always outstanding Super 8 and Tab do not disappoint ( who by the way have their own artist album just weeks away). Tracks by Andrew Bayer and Arty are truly excitng and demand a listen....Lot of new producers on this CD, don't pass it by, its a another winner from Anjunabeats -- CD of the month in my opinion!!!!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Stochastic on July 28, 2010
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I keep waiting for Anjuna-music to go out of style, for people to get bored with the uplifting stuff, but they never do. The reason they never do, is because Jono, Tony, and Paavo are constantly working hard, pushing the boundaries of what is technologically possible with music.

Not only are these guys great musicians, but they are superb businessmen. These days, they spend more time managing two labels than they really do touring or producing. The great thing about this mix, and virtually all their mixes, is that Above and Beyond know the music, and they outsource the production to the likes of Andrew Bayer and Arty and Mat Zo.

Let's start there--you're listening to the second disc, and what's that? It sounds like Halcyon + On + On from Orbital back in 1994. That's Andrew Bayer, one of the sharpest and most competent new producers on the scene, though if I have my facts straight, Bayer was once one half of Signalrunners with Alan Nimmo, the duo that produced the monster "Meet Me In Montauk." Meanwhile, the prolific Arty, who remixes anything that isn't nailed down, has a sound that is at home in both uplifting and progressive settings; "The Wonder" might be my favorite track in the compilation.

On Volume 7, Above and Beyond were a little too clever by half--they spent a lot of effort building the energy, and the first disc was almost entirely progressive house. Volume 8 is a lot more aggressive, with a lot more really big songs, including some that I predict will go down as dance floor classics ("Mercy," by Super8 & Tab feat. Jan Burton is one), the kind of songs where you flip the line input to phono and let the crowd sing it out.

I'm telling everyone I know to buy it, and if they're not, I'm buying it for them. It's hard to top Anjunabeats Volume 6, but I think this might have done it; it's their best work yet.
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