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Nite: Life 07 Import

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1. Guiding Light (Moon Dust Remix) - Loui Balo
2. Lovin' Me (Dubtribe Soundsystem Remix) - BRS
3. Oh Baby - Jay-J/Andrew Macari
4. Ghetto In The Wax (Dub In The Wax Mix) - Tony Watson
5. The Slippery Track (Dano's Pre-Flight Dub) - Mood II Swing
6. Bellz - Nectar
7. Multiple Mirrors (Orbit 1.4) - Second Hand Satellites
8. Children Of Israel (Original Mix) - Solomonic Sound
9. Instant Zen - Felka
10. Container #2 (Rocket Mix) - Animated
11. Pasion Descalza (Swayzak Vocal Mix 1) - Altocamet
12. Up All Night (DJ Buck Mix) - 2 Utes
13. Remember Chicago - Jay-J/Julian Papp As Shuffle Inc
14. Swell 1 - Mettle Music

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 31, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Nite Life
  • ASIN: B00005NB2X
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #536,243 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By FormerZygote on February 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Groove's the word and Garth is never short on it. It's hard to express how Garth chooses his beats, in all the house out there I've never heard better beat selection. (coming close would be early "Carl Cox" in "Sound of Ultimate Base" or much of the work of "Mark Farina") Garth pushes the groove and has a unique love for that thick rich driving dub bass that rumbles the floor. While you listen to this CD you'll easily need a good subwoofer or forget it. Garth has the ever experimental and progressive maturity that people have come to associate with the Wicked DJ's and San Franciso sound.
Further I challenge that people who like electronic music in general would find this DJ worthy of a place along side of thier FSOL or Amon Tobin discs.
A master at work DJ Garth is a true original innovator for deep, funky and soulfull tribal house music.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Maxon on January 30, 2005
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DJ Garth mixes a fine set of dub/house. He picks nice tracks with variety and depth. Tight beats with dark ambient effects and mostly understated vocals. No boring loops here. Highly reccomended, even for fans of more vocal house.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DomFen on July 20, 2004
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For fans of happy house, this CD will be a change. You need to think stop&go rythms (Jazzanova), drum&bass ("Container #2), break beats, modern sax, dub, you can even find some connection with electronica - e.g. Authechre- and K$D's slow but very detailed and thourough remixes ("Slippery Tracks"). The first four tracks lean towards the funky, not loosing their underground edge. It then changes to a more electronic influence. Beats constantly change sequences and new sounds are mixed in at a quite rapid pace. It's a late night record or for those for whom the day is way to shiny, it'll be your morning milk: it has a deep influence but is accessible and enjoyable by those who are new or not completely into the "techno" family. In fact jazz fans and even reggae fans will find some drops totally likeable in the big pond of many influences created here. I think the main interest in this record is that array of sounds,which can open you up for a search into other paths. It's always great to find a "courageous" soul still digging for the gold and ignoring the easy way out. DJ Garth has just done that here.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Butcher MD on December 19, 2001
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This is House at its best. DJ Garth's track selection is superb as usual. Dub House, Tech House, Jazzy House. My favorite tracks were Nectar-Bellz (wicked beat, with some dubbed out, creepy sounding bells), Solomonic Sound-Children of Israel (great dub track with reggae vocals), 2 Utes-Up All Night (Dj Buck remixes this track with a beat that makes me want to get up and dance every time I here it), Shuffle Inc.-Remember Chicago (Where were you when you first heard House?). The only problem I had with this CD is that it left me wanting more. 70 minutes just isn't enough. Also check out Garth's Cisco System CD if you can find it. It's a great CD showcasing tracks from Garth's own label, Grayhound Records (and it includes his international underground hit, 20 minutes of Disco Glory). San Francisco Sessions Vol. 3 - DJ Garth is another excellent CD. If you're a true househead, you can't go wrong with Garth.
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