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Fire & Ice

4.6 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

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Kaskade, one of America's most exciting talents in the dance music world, returns with an album of sparkling new tracks for 2011. He defines the signature San Francisco house sound, with his luscious productions and mixes being slices of shimmering house perfection. Having completed remixes for many platinum artists, Kaskade is a favorite with dance tastemakers - such as UK's Pete Tong - and fans alike.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 19, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: March 19, 2013
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Ultra Records
  • ASIN: B005OBUIX4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,504 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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If I could only find another piece of art that paints a perfect picture of the distinction between fire and ice in expressive form than Kaskade does, then I'd say there is one better than his new album. On October 25th, 2011, American Producer/DJ Kaskade released his seventh album in the United States, "Fire & Ice" which debuted #1 on Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums, for obvious reasons. Kaskade's recent success in the music industry, specifically in the House/Electro House genre, can by no means be deemed undeserved.

This album was structured in order to provide a distinction between the musical influences that Kaskade uses to define what this "Fire" of his must be as opposed to what "Ice" must be. He provides 10 tracks in the first part of the album, the Fire side, and another ten on his Ice mix. Both sides of the album have the same track titles with the respective artists featured, however, the 2nd side of the album holds the ICE version of the track, which is simply the self-remixed version of the original track (found on the Fire side/1st side). By doing this, Kaskade looks to give you the high tempo, deeper bass types of songs meant for keeping a dance party going, while having the more trance-like beats with slower tempo, and in essence, more chilled vibes.

Kaskade's album includes two chart-topping singles, "Eyes" and "Turn It Down", which are accompanied by Mandy Glendhill and Rebecca & Fiona (vocal artists) respectively. Both of these songs include impressive vocals able to bring out whatever emotion Kaskade aimed for his listeners to feel, no matter who the listener.
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It is amazing how Kaskade can cater two audiences at the same time, pleasing Elctro/House and the more chillout/lounge one. I recommend listening this album interlaced like this: A song from Fire followed by its Ice version. This will make you realize how distinct the sound spectrum can become just like one transitions from the dance floor to the lounge to rest and right back to action. Fire and Ice indeed!
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By Chad Hill on November 13, 2011
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A nice mix of old and new Kaskade styles. I would rate this in my top three For Kaskade. The first half of he album being my favorite.
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A bunch of great tracks and another awesome album from Kaskade. Like his prior albums, it's a mix of dance techno with more soulful tracks mixed in. The cool thing about this album is that it comes with two CDs, the second is a remix of the first. Sometimes one version of a song is much better than the second, overall a very strong combination.
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Kaskade appeared on my Amazon recommendation list any number of times plus I've heard him on my XM car radio BPM Channel. I didn't think much about it until I read several accounts of him being associated with deadmau5, one of my favorite electronic composers. That did it. I ordered the "Fire and Ice" album.

Fire and ice comes as two CDs, one titled Fire and the other Ice. Makes sense. Sorta. In any case, It's good quality electronica music. I'd regard it as kinda backgroundish. That is, I have trouble sitting down and listening to a whole CD, let alone two, but I enjoy having it on as I'm doing other things. It's interesting and enjoyable music. To me, it's somewhat too popish and has far to much emphasis on vocals, but that's just a personal thing. I seldom pay much attention to vocals. The vocals are quite good, I might add, it's just that I more enjoy the electronic gymnastics. Perhaps I should indicate that the "instrumental" background for the vocals is quite good, but the vocals tend to diminish the background. Alas, Matthew Dear has gone the same way I'm sorry to say. I have a slight preference for the Fire CD over the Ice CD and I'm at a loss to explain why. I guess Fire just hits me a little closer to where I'm at, and the next listener might feel just the opposite. Go figure.

I'm hard pressed to rate this CD. It's good, no question. The question is how good? Is it compelling listening? Well, no. Would I rank it as high as my other favorite electronic acts, such as deadmau5 or Daft Punk. No, but that's setting the bar pretty high. I could see giving the Kaskade CD set a 4.5, but I have no way to do that. I'll list it as a 4 with a little apology.

Gary Peterson
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This is my first exposure to a full Kaskade album, and unfortunately it was not as high quality as I was expecting. I've seen his name floating around everywhere, and I've seen multiple of his album out there in the marketplace. I figured I would give his newest one a listen and I wasn't impressed.

In regards to the concept for the album, I would think it's massively creative...If Sunlounger hasn't done the same thing on his last three albums...Although I have to say the Downtempo side of the Sunlounger albums is much higher quality than the "Ice" side of this album. I literally did not like a single song on the Ice side, while the downtempo is generally my favorite on Sunlounger's albums.

To get specific, in my opinion this album has 2 gems. "Lessons in Love" and "Llove". The former is an awesome club feel track that got me moving the instant the chorus hit, and I think it's the best on the album. The latter is more of a deep track and it would easily go on my all time favorite list if not for the lyrics. They seem really immature and shallow. Replace the lyrics with something actually meaningful and it would be a real emotional mover.

Overall, I wouldn't spring to buy the album just for those two tracks. Ironically, if this album was just entitled "Fire" and it didn't include the second side, I would easily give the album a 4-star. But that second side is just way too experimental and juvenile sounding to even begin to like.

If you do end up purchasing, I hope you enjoy it more than I did! You just might considering the other three reviews are 5-star =)
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