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Renaissance Ibiza (re-release) [Limited Edition]

Deep DishAudio CD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)


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Deep Dish first rose to prominence following the 1998 release of their groundbreaking debut album, Junk Science. Since then, the two have spent their time trotting around the globe at the request of the world's top clubs and creating celebrated remixes for some of the world's top artists, such as Madonna, Dido, The Rolling Stones, and Brother Brown. It was there take on Dido's ... Read more in Amazon's Deep Dish Store

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  • Audio CD (March 1, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Yoshitoshi
  • ASIN: B00004XSOH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #292,180 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Pink Cigarettes (Atjazz Mix)
2. Hope (Tonuri's Commercial Edit)
3. Overflow (Paul Brtschitsch Remix)
4. Tempermental (Hex Hector/Mac Quale Reve
5. Loch Dub Part Ii
6. Kinetic (Commie's Remix)
7. Barbarella (Ddep Dish Armageddon Breakdo
8. Flying Song (Markus Shulz Remix)
9. Moondriver
10. Sexual (Deep Dish Cheez Whizz Dub)
11. True (The Faggot Is You) (16b Remix)
12. I Know You Like It (Raw Fuzz Mix)
13. Rise (Deep Dish Hi-Rise Dub/Remix)
14. Ubik (Breaks Original Mix)
15. Flim Flam (Smith & Selway Remix)
16. Push That Thing (Timo Maas Phat Out Of Hell Mix)
17. Everytime (Timo Mass Dub/Vocal Remix)
18. You Won't See Me Cry (Pablo Gargano Remix)
19. Porcelain (Futureshock Remix)
20. Sunburn (Timo Maas Sunstroke Remix)
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Never predictable, Washington, D.C., duo Deep Dish mix tunes in that resolutely Chocolate City way--just a little short of menacing. Their Ibiza mix debut follows their city's warped but fun tradition to the letter, bending the rules of the club compilation along the way. Despite being recorded for the progressive house heads at Renaissance, this is not Sasha & Digweed breakdown music or chill-out for the hyperactive. Instead, Deep Dish serve up old fashioned trance--cinematic, euphoric, and definitely not soul-soothing. When they drop Everything but the Girl's "Temperamental" and twist it into a tech-house monster groove, we have our first truly Balearic moment. From this point, the double-disc set kicks into overdrive, working up the music into hard-core sci-fi funk. This doesn't mean that the Yoshi Toshi boys are averse to genre trashing. Dubfire and partner's sweeping elegiac mix mashes up thumping floor fillers, twisted Latino bass, "I Testify" garage music, Radiohead wannabes Muse ("Sunburn"), and Kinetic's "Golden Girls" with tongue firmly in cheek. On the second disc the emphasis switches from melody to rhythmic intensity and rushes of sound. Flutes, drums, and dubbed-out vocals carry tunes such as "Ubik" (Timo Maas), "Dreaming" (BT), and "Circuit Breaker" (ECVM) before edging toward the madness of Green Velvet's freak show, "Flash." --Maxine Kabuubi

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You're all nuts! May 6, 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I don't ever write reviews; but after reading some of the opinions expressed in this forum, I felt I had little choice.
Granted, the set does dip at times; but I have yet to feel the need to skip a track--and there are some amazing tracks here. The set is flawless and DEEP--great groove from beginning to end.
Buy these CDs. Buy Yoshiesque. If I suggested you to do otherwise, I'd be doing you all a great disservice (and I love you guys too much to do that). You won't be disappointed.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars DC Boys Deliver March 24, 2001
Format:Audio CD
As a huge fan of Deep Dish, I shelled out... for this in June when it was still an import only title. Now, a raesonably priced domestic title, this is one that all fans of progressive and deep house should own. CD 1 starts off a little slow with the Atjazz remix of Pink Ciggarettes by Brooks but this song does manage to draw you in with its slinky baseline and sultry female acapella. By song 3, Pascal FEOS's Overflow, we are immersed in that trademark Deep Dish sound: throbbing base, rolling drums, and just the right amount of reverb. Immersed is the right word because a Deep Dish set ends up surrounding you with its sound. This is notably seen in the blending of Kinetic into the anthemic Barbarella by Sven Vath. Other notable tracks on disc one include "the Flying Song" and "True the Faggot is You" Disc 2 has a grittier feel to it with a number of remixes by man of the moment Timo Maas. It builds smoothly into the crunching Danny Tenaglia remix of Green Velvet's "Flash". Tenaglia is frequently cited by Deep Dish as their major influence and this set shows that. It avoids the cheesy hands in the air trance sound and manages to rather convey music with depth and soul. All in all, this is a great set for the Deep Dish fan or even a newcomer. See also Steve Lawler's compilation CD "Feel my Drums" for further music in the same vein.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of their best!! December 7, 2003
Format:Audio CD
This has got to be the best cd they ever put out. Some may argue that the yoshiesque cd's are better, but I beg to differ. This is flawless stuff. It's hard edged, yet soothing. It's borderline trance, house, and progressive. It's funky, deep, and soulful. It caters to everyone. This is what Deep Dish USED to sound like. This cd should definetly be the first Deep Dish cd you buy. This is the MOST concise definition of Deep Dish. ENJOY!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The pride of D.C. December 26, 2000
Format:Audio CD
Granted, I hail from D.C., so I may be a little biased, but this is a great set. Of course, you'd expect greatness from the Renaissance series. And seeing as how this is Deep Dish, well... How could you go wrong?
Basically you're looking at two very different mixes spread out over these two discs. The first disc is a brilliant selection of deep house numbers that easily go the distance. By the end of the first disc, this purchase had already been justified. First you're tantalized and drawn into it with the sultry echoing whisper ("Hey ... Listen") that opens "Pink Cigarettes" and goes from there. Characteristic echoes and loose bassy thumps resounding from the speakers. OF course, there's a little bit of shameless self-promotion going on here, but can you really blame them? The sound on this first disc is one that they've helped (re)define. It's brilliant, even if it's full of the usual suspects... (EBTG, a couple of their own remixes --"Barbarella" being but one of them, and "Moondiver".)
Disc two is not the Deep Dish sound I'm necessarily familiar with, but it's still solid. Full of a harder edged techy trance (best captured by Timo Maas, who is well represented here) it stomps and storms and grinds its teeth. The disc seems to throb and swell up to the Tenaglia remix of "Flash" (Tenaglia being cited in the liner notes as one of their heroes... Nevertheless, given the disc's tone and the fact that his sound's presence is already well established, it would have made more sense to include the more infamous Timo Maas remix of "Flash" or something else entirely.) The mix takes a turn back to the deep sound after that, but not quite reaching the same sophisticated tone that the first disc had.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Superstar DJ's! Here We GO! September 29, 2000
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Renaissance is a nightclub in Nittingham, UK, that spent the summer on the Balearic island of Ibiza. Deep Dish is a DJ and production duo from Washington, DC, who were both born in Iran. They have monthly residencies in such high profile nightclubs an Twilo in New York and Release at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco. Their eclectic sets of deeply mixed together house sets them apart from other djs. This compilation aims at recreating the vibe of Deep Dish's dj sets at Renaissance Ibiza in the summer of 2000.
Each year a bunch of similar compilations are released with the name Ibiza on the cover. These are mostly mediocre albums that feature overplayed songs and a cover with either a woman in a bikini, a sunset on the beach, or a combination of the two. This cd avoids playing overused songs with a variety of house and garage tunes that are blended seamlessly. Songs on this 2-cd set that heveryone has heard before are presented in new remixes. These include the Evolution remix of "Dreaming" by BT, and the Futureshock remix of Moby. The cover art is a piece inspired by the renaissance that doesn't look bad at all.
The first disc starts slowly before the Hex Hector remix of Evrything But the Girl brings in a deep bassline. It continues without a pause in the quality or depth of the mix. The Deep Dish remix of "Sexual (LA Da Di)" by Amber improves the original by removing the helium-level vocals. The stunning mix continues on the second cd.It once again starts slowly, with a few tracks by Timo Maas. The music picks up and builds up to an awesome track by MRE. Most of this compilation is flawless. I would have liked to have heard their remixes of Madonna or DJ Rap thrown in here.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars One of their best.
This is HOUSE, Progressive house, not the newer clubby stuff from them. When I was first being introduced to electronic music over a decade ago, this album left an indelible mark... Read more
Published on August 7, 2010 by Lady in the Chi
3.0 out of 5 stars In Need Of Direction
I've officially given up on Deep Dish. I've seen three live shows that were heads-down and lackluster, and this -- the second mix of theirs that I've bought -- is just... Read more
Published on January 21, 2010 by Mark Eremite
4.0 out of 5 stars Good mix, some good tracks
This is the best deep dish mix, no doubt, but not the best deep dish album. I would try Toronto 25 or dubfire toronto. Read more
Published on July 22, 2006 by J. Wahlgren
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow
Just discovered this CD and had to go see them spin. Im amazed well worth your time. They do not let you down at all...totally chill!
Published on June 1, 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow......
This album defined my musical listening taste for local groups. I originally bought this album as an import, sadly, my ex swiped it when we broke up. Read more
Published on March 17, 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Deep Dish Do Prog House Fresh to your Ears!!!
Deep Dish are one of my favorite DJs. They really have a sense for the classic tracks and mix these in liberally. When I first bought this disc I was somewhat disappointed. Read more
Published on March 11, 2003 by G. A Booth
5.0 out of 5 stars yep
been listening to sharam and ali for a while, as for the people who prefer sasha and digweed and kleinenberg to deep dish. they're all fantastic! Read more
Published on April 24, 2002 by Noah Lampert
3.0 out of 5 stars Flawless mixing, but tracklisting comes across as wayward
RENAISSANCE IBIZA, mixed by Deep Dish, showcases the duo's pioneering deep house style but features some surprisingly trance-y moments. Read more
Published on April 26, 2001 by Christopher Culver
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Mix of house and trance
Everyone kept telling me that I had to hear Deep Dish's Renaissance label. But I was a little disappointed with Yoshiesque. Read more
Published on April 13, 2001 by Sam McCarthy
4.0 out of 5 stars Deep and sophisticated sound
This was the first Deep Dish album I bought, after seeing them spin live. This album is like nothing I've heard before. I have listened to it so many times. Read more
Published on January 30, 2001 by Brian
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