|New from||Used from|
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
His progressive trance style is rather different from the "normal" artists under this genre. He mixes different musical elements into the equation, producing tracks such as "Solar Plexus" (hard binding trance, with elements of guitar laced rock), "Nectar", and "Love, Peace, and Grease."
The two songs I found completely extraordinary and brilliant, were "Lullaby for Gaia" and "Remember." I think that the combination of the wonderfully created atmospheric trance and the lyrics prove to make these songs my favorite on the album. Jan Johnston's voice is uplifting and the music follows this climatic theme. Throughout the album, the avid listener really gets a chance to see how BT's inspiration influences his music! I'd suggest this album to anyone who likes dancy, textured trance!
And how about that "Flaming June." Huh. Although it is really just a cookie-cutter trance song, the shimmering piano overlays, amazing keyboard lines, and desperate sense of build-up puts it on a whole different level of goodness (and what a cool song name!). The album begins enticingly with "Firewater," almost adopting a new age form of relaxing, languid textures with some guy singing about "fire in the sky." BT integrates acoustic guitar and a wavy string section here that shows demonstrates a bit of his inventiveness. "Solar Plexus" is raw alterna-rock with where the electronics hover around the edges, only inconspicuously suggesting a DJ's presence. Jan Johnson contributes her cool & ethereal voice on "Lullaby for Gaia" and "Remember," where she sings gorgeous, liquid melodies around BT's energy-ripped beats.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The original EP that cemented B.T. as one of the best EDM/trance musicians of all time. A classic of the era.Published 7 months ago by smakus
This album is one of the greatest soundscape journeys of all times. BT is a pioneer of music in the electronic space, and continues to push the boundaries of electronic genres... Read morePublished 13 months ago by William
A Good Album Even For The Quality I Purchased It In, Used But Well Worth It! Been Trying To Find This For Awhile, Now I Got It! Great Music From BT. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Steven Dale
I really enjoy the work of BT, even though this album was a bit softer than most of the other songs I had been used to hearing. Regardless, a worthwhile album.Published on October 25, 2013 by XDanteX
I think that this is BT's best album, and it is quite an emotional journey. Admittedly, tracks 4-6 are a bit of a lag in the album for me, with an overreliance on vocals. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Please_Buy_These_Books
This is the perfect mix of dance and chill beats from Brian Transeau's collection. And this is one elusive album! Why is it not available on iTunes??Published on June 15, 2013 by E. Mccomb
nectar may be the best music to drive (fast) to ever. it builds layer on top of layer, pure genius. Read morePublished on April 14, 2013 by M. Drost
I picked this up because I've been trying to get "Remember (12" ESCM Mix)". Alas, this disc does not include that mix but an album mix. Read morePublished on February 25, 2013 by DocHoliday417
This will not disappoint you... coming from 1997 this CD is high quality in sounds and mixes leaving it timeless and one of his greatest works. Much love for BT!Published on January 14, 2013 by J. Fiallos