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Anjunadeep 04 Mixed by Jaytech & James Grant

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Disc: 1
1. Dusky "Stick By This"
2. Martin Roth "Beautiful Life"
3. Vincenzo "Get To Know You"
4. Laura Jones "Love In Me" (Maceo Plex Remix)
5. Andrew Bayer "You"
6. Paronator "No Gravity" (Tom Middleton Liquatech Mix)
7. Dusky "Lost Highway"
8. Above & Beyond "Prelude" (Andrew Bayer & James Grant Remix)
9. Full Tilt "Take Me Away" (Andrew Bayer & James Grant Remix)
10. Parker & Hanson "Afterthought" (Soundprank's Deep04 Mix)
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Disc: 2
1. Answer42 "The Lemon Effect"
2. Kobana & Yane3dots "Woosh"
3. Oliver Smith "Under The Wire"
4. Solarity "Primordial"
5. Suspect 44 "Neon Feel"
6. Jaytech "Synergy"
7. Vadim Soloviev "Forma Perpetua"
8. Soundprank "Boundless Energy"
9. Jaytech "Overdrive" (PROFF Remix)
10. Joonas Hahmo "Manor"
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, forward-thinking music. March 3 2012
By markdchms - Published on Amazon.com
Once again, another excellent release from London-based Anjunabeas' progressive house subsidiary Anjunadeep. With Anujnadeep, less is more. These tracks are not trance (look to Anjunabeat for that) but provide a lighter, more elegant take on dance music.

This two disc release includes some of the most forward-thinking, expertly crafted electronic music available anyways. It's stuff like this that gives me faith about the EDM scene in general since there's so much dubstep-infiltrated garbage being released today.

This is $9 well spent for sure. Most of these tracks in the mix are so versatile they work for chilling/relaxing, the gym, and the club.

Favorite tracks are P8 - Fragments or POS - Gravity. Andrew Bayer is a audio genius and this compilation will introduce you to his sound.

The Dirty South remix at the end of the second disc is kind of out of place...it's a rather poppy selection that does not match up well with the sound of the rest of the compilation. Minor gripe though because it's just one track.

Also, if you're into this kind of progressive sound there are several great free podcast out there to check out such as Jaytech Music, Silk Royal Showcase, Adam Beyer's DRUMCODE, and of course Above & Beyond Trance Around the World.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another fabulous year of intelligent music! May 1 2012
By N. Stevens - Published on Amazon.com
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When reviewing an Anjunadeep release I often forget there are probably plenty of folks out there reading this that have never sampled the Anjuna sound. Let me get to you in a moment. First, for the returning fans: yep, it's another killer mix. The year past offered some slick gems on the 'deep side of the label, and most of them make a grand appearance here. On this year's mix, Grant (CD1) mixes a much more downtempo groove CD, infused with lovely swells and melodies fit to please. You can put this stuff on anywhere and it just works; it's less thematically dance than the previous years' releases. In terms of specific content, the Dusky songs are sick, and -- as with last year's mix -- Martin Roth is pretty much boss for creating a wonderful deep sound. The Bayer & Grant remix of Prelude is CD1's shining gem. It's awesome. Of course I was particularly fond of the original song too; that might be playing into this preference. There's a Soundprank remix that's heavenly, Parker & Hanson's "Afterthought". Also the Stephen J. Kroos track "Phobos" is downright odd -- odd in a good way, but definitely a standout oddball with some nearly symphonic touches that are exceptionally unique and overall construct a rather deep housey tune. Nom. In fact, CD1 is so good that in my opinion, the two Andrew Bayer tracks are the weakest points. Wow.

CD2, over on Jaytech's side, is more dance, more typical previous year releases, although The Lemon Effect has a subtle electro flair. But don't worry, it's really good. Woosh is a great fun song -- of quite a different style from the duo's release on Deep:03. The real reason for this review, though, is to gossip about how fantastic, wonderful, and gorgeous Suspect 44's "Neon Feel" is. Man it's a slick song, full of nu disco grooves and stunning swells. It's really good. The first 5 or 6 songs of CD2 are my favorite progression, they line up awesomely and it's just a blast to listen to. The Solarity track, "Primordial", will probably divide people; some will like it and others, not. I find myself very fond of Solarity's sound though, and this track is no exception. I like the thematicism of it; it really does feel primordial. See for yourself though. As mentioned above and elsewhere, the Dirty South mix of Kaskade's "Sorry" is definitely a little poppy to be in here, but I actually find myself strongly in favor of its inclusion because it adds life to what otherwise might be a more monotonous winddown of CD2.

All in all, awesome. Great music for just about any situation, especially CD1 -- it's quite versatile, for a CD in the dance category.

Now, the bit of the review for newcomers: don't know Anjuna, but like dance music? Do you like dubstep? If so, look elsewhere. Almost anyone else, definitely check this out, it's good.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another winner from Anjunadeep!!! March 12 2012
By nvlystd - Published on Amazon.com
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I've purchased all the Anjunabeats & Anjunadeep releases and this latest installment compares favorably with all of them. Both mixes are expertly sequenced by Jaytech & James Grant. Each disc provides an enjoyable listening experience with no house cheese included! Highly recommended!
4.0 out of 5 stars Taken Beyond... Nov. 24 2013
By RDSWY4 - Published on Amazon.com
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I have become a huge fan of Above and Beyond... and (in my humble opinion) everything they touch turns to addictive gold. Are there a few "so so" songs on their albums? Of course there are. But, I can load up my MP3 player with everything "Above and Beyond" and truly be taken "beyond" anywhere any other Dance/Trance group can take me. I have (honestly) been able to sometimes listen to just one track over and over again all day because of the brilliance of the mix. If you are an Above and Beyond fan... you must include the Anjunadeep albums in your collection.
5.0 out of 5 stars Dope beats to step too! Oct. 19 2013
By AmbienceLove - Published on Amazon.com
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I recently purchased Ajunadeep 5 and was really pleased with my purchase! Big fan of Jody Wisternoff. I read some of the reviews for the earlier numbered entries in this series and it piqued my interest. Very happy with this purchase as well. If you like deep melodic grooves and excellent mixing then you won't be disappointed. Not for faster BPM fans or minimal lovers. If you dig Tom Middleton,
Above & Beyond, or Kaskade then you will like this. Reminds me of the progressive sound of the late nineties and early 2000's before the wave of minimal. ( Similar to Tom Middleton Renaissance 3D Club Mix, Sasha GU: Ibiza, Transport 4, Luke Fair Balance 11, S.O.S. Balance 13, take in mind for the earlier Prog Trance similarities its the Melodies not BPM) Hope no one gets offended by my comparisons it just the a lot of times its hard to describe what a mix is gonna be like unless compared to something similar.

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