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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 5, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Star 69
  • ASIN: B00009Y3QU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #552,356 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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"The greatly anticipated 2nd release from S&P is finally here and whoooo baby....right outta the box this one is hot !! Saeed and Palash expand their range on this one by introducing some funky beats in addition to their mainstay of deep, dark, tribal house !! The 2 cd set is very reminiscent of the feel you get at the club and at afterhours....but in a twist that would make Quinten Tarantino proud....you go through it in reverse order !!
CD 1 - Saeed starts off with a cool splashy vocal dub that invites everyone back to a party at someone's house in "Main Event"...very afterhours flavor, with the sun coming up over Miami (or at your favorite hangout). Songs 2 and 3 kinda stall a little but then the party song of the year drops in....."Phat, Dope, Sh#%"...this song is absolutely CRAZY....funky, boppin' sexy....this brit vocal track tells a story of a guy waking up and diving back into the party.....and the beat is insane !!! You'll love the words and the beats....you won't stop playing this one !! Anyone that's been to a Patio Session or an outside sunny afterhours set knows the feel.....hands in the air, standing under the smoke machine for relief...ahhhhhhh !! Saeed maintains a good groove....dropping in his mainstay tribal tracks throughout but this cd keeps a sunny happy skinny boppin beat throughout...this is one of the best renditions of a Miami afterhours set I've ever heard on a "commercial" cd !! Great fun !!
CD 2 - Palash's set takes you back inside to the dark room...the main dance floor of the club.....and he doesn't even let your eyes get adjusted before he rips the roof off !! Tracks 1-4 are some of the best mixed deep dark hard house tunes even sewn together !!! Hooo Haaa.....If you like it hard....
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Being someone a little more accustomed to the Steve Lawler style of Tribal, I wasn't prepared for the onslaught these two had to offer. The tracks almost seem like they were spat out by some demon with acidic saliva.
Not that that's a bad thing. Saeed & Palash have taken Tribal to a whole new level, and upped the ante for any other DJ's of similar style out there. Where Lawler is dark, they're harsh. Where Lawler is dirty, they're techy. Their sets sounds like a set by Lawler told to go play in the mud all afternoon. And it couldn't be more right. These CD's are definately staying in my collection.
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I bet all the people who rated this cd loved it from the first listen. This is one of those few cds that as soon as you put them on you cant stop grinning and thinking your money was very well spent. On another note i wanted also to agree with one of the other reviewers that said he couldn't stand people comparing these guys with Deep Dish. Their sounds are completely different, and Saeed & Palash are a little more tribal than Deep Dish.
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And I mean it! Wow, these guys are kicking some (...). I've listened to their previous records, and this is the best music I've heard in a while. Progressive house as its VERY best.
Both cds are awesome, from start to finish, those beats, that sound will just make you bob your head following these wicked beats and smile in agreement.
This is the type of music that you'd listen to comming back from the club, going to the club, getting ready to go to the club, or just at ANY time because it just gets you in a "going" mood.
CD 1 is awesome, and a track that stands out is "phat dope sh.."
CD 2 is just as good and keeps you going. The title of the set matches it perfectly. Addictive beats. Pick it up now and enjoy good progressive house music.
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I can see where Deep Dish might get a mention as an influence, but come on, what has Deep Dish been doing lately except rehashing their own sound? Apart from a few lemons - I know, what am I talking about? - this mix is wicked, the kind that drives me wild and the only kind that sticks around. I especially like the combination of funk and tribal. I used to think that all dance music could sound good with the proper amount of naughty percussion ... that is until I spent a few times listening to Tribal all night and went home feeling ill. To avoid drowning in its own recipe Tribal still requires mixing with other progressive elements. These guys have done a nice job of doing just that.
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Although I listen to a lot of dance/electronica and take many of my recommendations from Amazon.com, I never imagined that I would be writing a review here. I'm an avid listener of trance and prog house and have in my collection the majority of the "must haves" for all the big names. This little album from a name I had never heard was just an afterthought so I thought, "What the heck" and picked it up.
this album is incredible. I play a lot of music as background music, but this is one album that I continually find myself drawn into and listening to with focus because of the intricacy of the layered sounds and the mixing. It is so sleek, tight and well......the word that comes to mind is intelligent. The music has such energy, but for me in a paradoxical way it is so mellow and refreshing at the same time.
I'm not going to make the grandiose claim that you can't go wrong with these guys because no one pleases everyone, but if you really appreciate excellent electronic music, you will be delighted by this album. It's not one of those collections of music that you have to listen to several times to begin to appreciate. The first listen will probably do it for you.
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