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Another Late Night

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  • Audio CD (March 28 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Moonshine
  • ASIN: B00004S91R
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #174,138 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Holding On (Olav Basoski Remix)
2. Oriental Cyber Punk - Rhythym Masters
3. Dr. Funk (Rhythym Masters Remix) - Carl Cox
4. I Like The Sounds (DJ Sneak's Funked Booty Mix) - Studio 45 Presents Lepamp Playhouse
5. Making Me Feel - Naranja
6. Rise (CZR Mix) - Eddie Amador
7. Funk Master - Angel Alanis
8. Physical - Interior Vs. Sinesweeper
9. Definition Of Love - Destination
10. Nation - Christian Smith & John Selway
11. White Treble, Black Bass (Trevor Rockcliffe Remix) - Sgt. Slick
12. That Zipper Track (Trevor Rockcliffe Remix) - DJ Dan Presents Needle Exchange
13. Body Punch Funk - Dave Angel
14. Electric Boogie - Mike 303
15. Psycho - The Rhythym Masters Present The Mutator
16. Running - Speaker Phreaker
17. Drifting - Mojolaters

Product Description

DJ Dan's follow-up to 1999's Funk the System doesn't have the jagged vibes of that record, employing a lighter touch and an ear toward trance techno's particular sense of flow. But unlike the crystal-clear music of trance gods like John Digweed or Chistopher Lawrence, DJ Dan's mix has a dirty urbanity about it that gives it an appealing street smarts. It's a fine line to walk, since too much down-and-dirtiness will turn off those who like their trance to soar in the clouds, while not enough will alienate subterranean club dwellers with a soft spot for the old school. Still, Dan manages it, especially working with slam-dunk material like Carl Cox's "Dr. Funk" and influential progressive house from Eddie Amador, whose approach typifies the uncommonly funky blends found on the Yoshitoshi label. As smooth and sumptuous as trance music can be, it's a pleasantly jolting slap upside the head to hear a DJ with a velvety touch for dance-floor vibe mix in a rougher, house-flavored edge to the proceedings. --Matthew Cooke

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Gaius Baltar on Aug. 30 2003
Format: Audio CD
I got this CD a while ago. I have never been able to listen to it for more than a few minutes. I just don't like the CD. Maybe it's my tastes. If you want to hear some deep, heavy, dark dance beats, don't get this. This has a happier feel than I like, but mostly the songs are just so blah. They are more than blah. I can almost hear my CD player begging me to remove it every time I try to give the CD one more chance. :(
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I bought this disc by chance. I had never heard anything by DJ Dan before. I was so excited to hear what his style might be like, I couldn't get the plastic wrap off the disc. A friend had to opened it for me. I put the disc in, and within 30 seconds I was hooked. (Excuse the punn). It takes 40 seconds for the baseline to kick in on the first track. You just sit there in suspense thinking you know when it'll fire. When it does finally hit you, it smashes! There are little intricacies worked into this compilation, just like the above example, which is why this is one of my favorite albums in my collection. The two consecutive strings of tracks that I never get tired of are strings 1-4 and 9-12. Track 12 (by Dan himself) is definitely the sweetest one in the set. It's 'squeeky' clean. (If you buy it, you'll understand). In summary, if you like music that MOVES, never lets up, includes a variety of goodies that are attributable to Dan the man himself (too many to get into now), and ultimately reflects the craft that IS progressive house, pick this one up! You WILL NOT be disappointed. L8ter Sk8ters
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"Another Late Night" falls more into the big beat/breaks classification than Dan's usual "funky tech house" realm, and for that reason I feel as if this particular album (much like Beats4Freaks) lacks the soul I expect to hear in one of his sets. Not to say that it's bad... it's just not what I'm expecting to hear from Dan and it lacks his essential sound.
For starters, the whole 73 minutes is spent flawlessly mixing from kickin' track to kickin' track... now as good as this may sound, there's none of his funky lulls, and never any of his carefully crafted dramatic breaks. It just sounds as if he sat down with all his most pounding tracks and spun 'till the needles broke. Now sure this makes for an energetic set, but it also makes for a somewhat repetitive one in that every point on the CD carries the same flow. If I had to make a comparison, I'd say that this album sounds like a cleaner, funkier version of "Beats4Freaks"... only without his usually masterfull "trip engineering".
As for singular tracks, the terminally funky Rhythm Masters rexix of Carl Cox's "Dr. Funk" is worth the price of admission alone. Other cool selections are the saxophone overlayed Trevor Rockcliffe remix of Sgt. Slick's "White Treble, Black Bass", and The Mutator's head spinning "Psycho". Oh, and the Rhythm Masters' "Oriental Cyber Phunk" is absolute insanity, and Dan's flawless transition from it to "Dr. Phunk" gets the album's "best mix" award.
All in all, DJ Dan's "Another Late Night" is an excellently mixed CD that keeps movin from beginning to end, and I strongly suggest even his mildest fan should have this in their collection. But may the "Dan enthusiast" be warned that it's a far cry from the aural excellence of his legendary "URB Mix 2".
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DJ Dan has outdone himself this time. No more cheesy disco house tracks or annoying prog-club garbage. Another Late Night is bumpin' dance music that maintains an incredible energy level throughout the whole mix.Destination's "Defintion of Love" is an incredible track (i have it on vinyl too, it is awesome) Also, CZR's remix of Eddie Amador's "Rise" is a welcome addition to the mix, and this remix is nice for everyone who is sick and tired of the same versions of "Rise" appearing everywhere. All in all, this is a great release for Moonshine - easily one of the best. The production is good, Dan's mixing is great, the track selection is killer ("That Zipper Track" again, though? c'mon! ) definitely pick this one up for summer driving in your pimp ride!
(note to anonymous reviewer/hater: many of the tracks on this cd ARE indeed tech-house. the inclusion of trevor rockliffe tracks and mixes and "definition of love" ALONE warrant THAT distinction. dan himself would agree.)
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By R. Friesel Jr. on Aug. 10 2000
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Not as good as "Funk The System," but good nonetheless. Whereas "Funk The System" goes from funky to techy, here DJ Dan seems to have found a half-way point between that funk and tech and combined it, spreading both evenly over this mix. This is by no means bad -- the tracks are wicked and make me move, but it lacks the surprise that "Funk The System" had with its smooth transition from funk to tech. All in all, recommended (especially if you are already familiar with DJ Dan), but pick up "Funk The System" first.
Anyway... The stand-out tracks are "Dr. Funk", the "Making Me Feel / Rise / Funk Master" mix, and "White Treble, Black Bass." Sadly though, DJ Dan uses CZR's somewhat weak remix of "Rise." It's used well here, but Eddie Amador's track has much better mixes...
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