Music For The Maases 2
Top Customer Reviews
The scene has entered a very technical era where there is a ton of attention being put to the technical qualities of the music. Although the depth of the general sound was getting a little smaller, other qualities have been showing through: minimalism, freshness, out of this world sound.
Timo maas has really been floating on top for a while just picking a much more 'general audience' sound...the fruits of this approach really show through on Music for the Maases 2, Garbage, Fatboy Slim, Moby... I personaly feel that this is a very careless way of treating this music, especcially during these times when its fate depends greatly on the elite group of DJs and the Residents.
One AMAZING track off of here though: Moloko- Familiar Feelings "Timo maas remix" <<<<<<<that's the shhhhhhhhhhh!t
Everybody, start listening to AGORIA
To sum it up, IM JUST IMPRESSED!!! Plain and Simple, IMPRESSED.. Just like when I first heard DJ IIZAE spinning in this small club in New Jersey, I was like 'wow!' and drawn in by his flawless handling of records and the way he builds up a set and gets you on your feet and dancing... Isnt that what its all about?... Dancing?..
Well like I said... I'm I-M-P-R-E-S-S-E-D!!! Impressed w/ Timo on this ONE!!! IM OUT!! Gotta get back to this CD!! Peace!!
As for the music itself this is some great stuff, signature Maas and the remixing of broadly recognizable artists is appriciated. The Garbage track remix captures the feeling of the original with a new trance sound.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This CD has a few great hits on it, but the rest is rubbish. Not really worth spending money on, as there are much better albums out there, especially as electronic music enters a... Read morePublished on May 9, 2007 by Vincenzo Francis
Too fluffy for trance, too thumpy for pop. Remixes should -add something- to the underlying track but I can't tell that any of these are superior to the source material in any... Read morePublished on June 19, 2006 by R. herzog
Timo Maas in a German DJ most known for his work with Placebo. Usually I am bored by most DJ mix CDs. But this one sounds like an original album. Read morePublished on April 21, 2004 by alexander laurence
When people ask me about Timo Maas, THIS is the CD I'm going to tell them to pick up. It's punchy, poppy, and it rocks. Read morePublished on September 28, 2003 by Matthew B Blissmer