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Man Ray III

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1.Mariposa 2.Drala 3.DNA 4.In The Waiting Line (Dorfmeister vs Madrid de los austrias dub) 5.Get Misunderstood remix by Quantic 6.As Far Eye Can See 7.Llamar 8.Zumurud 9.The 5th Exotic 10.Shine 11.Mas fuerte que el sol (ATFC summer smoothie mix) 12.Pink Blue Hotel 13.Samba (scat dub) 14.Où est la femme? 15.Where The Streets Have No Name 16.Revival (original radio edit)

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The third entry in DJ Nat Rahav’s series of chilled hits prances along behind its forerunners, sashaying down the runway with the same beautiful, yet vapid flourish. Named after a series of restaurants in Paris and New York, Rahav keys on an urbane, casually fabulous vibe that aggressively hits the assigned demographic. It’s all very pretty, and though it moves through the usual chill compilation staples with decadent flair, Rahav’s collection is unable to escape a powerful sense of déjà vu. For every somewhat fresh track (Mich Gerber’s "Zumurud," for instance), there is one from Fila Brazillia ("DNA") or Faze Action ("Samba") that’s been heard way too often on other compilations. Still, with a clove cigarette and/or a stiff cocktail in your hand, most everything here is worth listening to, even if you’ve already heard it once or twice (OK, maybe a dozen times, tops!). --Matthew Cooke

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Drala - Glen Velez
  2. Dna - Fila Brazilia
  3. Revival - Martin Girault
  4. Pink Blue Hotel - Loopless
  5. Waiting In Line - Zero 7
  6. Samba - Faze Action
  7. Mariposa - Nickodemus & Osiris
  8. Get Misunderstood - Troublmakers By Quantic
  9. Zumrud - Mich Gerber
  10. The 5th Exotic - Quantic
  11. Mas Fuerte Quel El Sol - Vogado Project
  12. Llamar - Jason Douglas
  13. Ou Est Le Femme - Louise Vertigo
  14. Shine - Arkestra One
  15. Where The Streets Have No Name/As Far As Eye Can See - Dream Elect (Reprise De U2)/Hipnoize


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 24, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Milan Records
  • ASIN: B00009P1PL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #446,309 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By D. Lee on September 2, 2003
Format: Audio CD
After picking up Man Ray 3, I was immediately drawn in and taken on a ride like no other chill-out compilation could ever take me! Man Rays 1 and 2 are sheer delights, true enough, but volume 3 makes them both sound like gobble-dee-goop! I wasn't too thrilled with the sub-par mixing of DJ Nat Rahav, or the inclusion of Fila Brazillia's "DNA", being that it's already present on another Milan Record's comp--Cafe de Artistes--however, due to the presense of songs from virtual unknowns such as Loopless, Louise Vertigo, Mich Gerber, Vogado Project and Jason Douglas, F.B.'s track is quickly overshadowed. There's also a killer, dancefloor-ready remix of Zero 7's "In the Waiting Line" which is a pleasant welcome being that it's another song that rears it's head on nearly every chill out CD out there. I've always said if you're going to overuse a certain song then at least remix it!! Other stellar tracks include Quantic's "The 5th Exotic" which has overtones of Supreme Beings of Leisure's "Gold Digger" track, Arkestra One with the very haunting "Shine", Troublemaker's cinematic remix of "Get Misunderstood", Nickodemus and Osiris, with the fun and Tango-ish, "Mariposa" and the aforementioned artists with their unique productions. There's also a beautiful hidden track that drifts you away into total euphoria. Man Ray 3 is full of grooves that are infectious, original and oftentimes--funky. You'll love it unless you're one of those listeners or reviewers who compares every hotel-themed CD to the Costes series.
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as you listen to this latest release from man ray and think that french house has run its course, hang in for a few more tracks. this album meets (maybe exceeds?) expectations despite having one or two repeat tracks that you've heard at coste or some parisian bar. the last two thirds are new material that is as original and well-spun as anything the french have produced to date. not ground breaking, but add it to your gallic collection. i think it will wear well.
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No "black sheep" in this compilation: all the songs are good and cool; not one is too minimalistic, too boring, or too excited.

Buy it!
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hard to find tracks. great- dim the lights, glass of wine- type of feel. with just enough to keep your head moving, and an overall lounge/chill vibe.
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