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      Pump Up The Jam CD
      by Technotronic
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    As studio-based dance music dominated the charts in the early '90s, no group was more prominent than Technotronic. Hailing from Belgium, the duo of Ya Kid K and MC Eric stormed the world with three consecutive smash hits. "Pump Up the Jam," "Get Up!," and "Move This" became chart-toppers the world over and are tracks that can still be heard in clubs on any given night. Some of the other killer tracks on this album include "This Beat Is Technotronic," "Come On," and "Tough." PUMP UP THE JAM was one of the pioneering albums of the '90s and helped usher in the popular mainstream sounds of techno and house that followed.
    Rolling Stone (2/8/90) - 3 Stars - Good - "...certainly makes mass acceptance for house music a lot more likely..."


      Connect CD
      by Mark Farina
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    This is a continuous in-the-mix CD compiled and mixed by Mark Farina. During the late '90s and early 2000s, you could divide Mark Farina's mix albums into to distinct categories: the all-over-the-place Mushroom Jazz albums and the relatively straightforward other albums. Connect certainly falls into the latter category, being not part of the popular Mushroom Jazz series and relatively straightforward in comparison. Thus, you get here much what you'd get if you saw Farina spin at a big club during the time Om released this mix in 2002 -- a linear house mix that's more funky than deep and definitely intended for dancing rather than chilling. However, since Farina had already released a few of these sort of mixes over the years -- predecessors including his United DJ's of America (2001), San Francisco Sessions (1999), and Seasons One (1996) mixes -- he feels compelled to get a bit more experimental than normal on Connect. br>
    He begins the album with some rather odd Latin-style tracks before finally getting down to business around track four or so. Farina again takes his mix into odd territory about ten tracks in, setting the stage for his own production and obvious album highlight, "Radio." The track is a bit anti-climactic given its buildup and certainly is unlike anything else on the album; however, Farina pulls the mix back together a few tracks later and concludes gloriously with Kaskade's "A Brighter Day," a wonderfully traditional-sounding vocal house track.
    Though the end of Connect is indeed glorious, there are quite a few spots where you feel quite disconnected as a listener, particularly the shaky beginning and when Farina's own "Radio" plays out for nearly eight minutes. These aforementioned moments make Connect one of Farina's less impressive mixes, even if it is one of his more confident non-Mushroom Jazz ones. ~ Jason Birchmeier


      Chillin' At The Playboy Mansion CD
      by Compilation
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    For Chillin' at the Playboy Mansion, the first chillout record released by the men's magazine with discriminating tastes but questionable motives, downbeat specialist Chris Coco took over the Playboy DJ booth from disco don Dimitri From Paris (who moved on after two Playboy-related mixes). Coco, the man behind the respected BBC radio show The Blue Room, is a perfect choice for a downtempo mix volume, even more of a taste-maker than Dimitri as well as a man with a broader range of favorites. And difficult as it is to imagine the sublime ambient pop of Ulrich Schnauss being enjoyed by most Playboy readers, this one rates far above the dozens of similar post-club collections cluttering the stores. Coco was fortunately given a free hand with the compiling, so if those looking for the next volume of Ultra Chill are disappointed at the lack of Zero 7, at least they'll be soothed by Coco's excellent selector and mixer capabilities.

    He balances a few familiar downbeat names (Tosca, Thievery Corporation, dZihan & Kamien, FC Kahuna) with a wide range of artists whose tastes sound right in context, including a few intriguing covers on the second disc: first Coco spins his own version of the Twin Peaks classic "Falling," then in short order he plays Tiga's recent cover of Nelly's "Hot in Herre" and Kaori's diva-enhanced cover of Inner City's "Good Life."
    Most of the time, though, Chillin' at the Playboy Mansion is much more a mix than a selection of songs; Coco is a real talent behind the decks, and he's subtle enough to lay back in the mix instead of pushing tracky chillout music. ~ John Bush


      Transient CD
      by Gaelle
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    Ever since Gaelle Adisson broke through in the late 1990s with her popular dance hit "King of My Castle," the lush-voiced singer has collaborated with artists as varied as Naked Music's Lisa Shaw, neo-soul hero Cee-Lo, R&B master Jagged Edge nand hip-hop star Esthero. In conjunction with production partner Eric Stamile and Naked Music, Gaelle is now coming out with Transient, a richly textured debut album that displays a stunning spectrum of musical styles-from the radio-friendly dance anthem "Give it Back" to the darkly complex title track.
    Personnel: Gaelle (vocals); Ede Wright, Ede Wright (guitar); Kebe Williams, Kebbi Williams (saxophone); Brit Turner (loops); Eric Stamile (programming).


      Emotional Technology CD
      by Brian Transeau
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    BT, or Brian Transeau to his friends, makes another of his infrequent appearances from the silicon shadows. He's accompanied by a plethora of pop personalities in a seamless exposition of his considerable talents in the field of electronica. His influence is such that he's able to enlist such seemingly disparate stars in their respective fields as the actress Rose McGowan, JC from *N SYNC, Scott McCloud from Girls Against Boys, and the Replacements' Tommy Stinson. His production talents find these contributors seamlessly folded into a collection of tracks that encompass and embrace gospel, hard rock, dance, and of course electronic soundscapes.

    The aforementioned soundscapes are best summed up by the ambient intro to "Paris," which drifts into a hallucinatory dance beat, complete with ethereal, disembodied vocals. "Superfabulous," perhaps the album's most immediately commercial track, is a compelling mix of rock, breathy stripper-esque vocals courtesy of McGowan, and electronic bleeps and breaks. EMOTIONAL TECHNOLOGY is a textbook example of high -quality electronica morphed into sophisticated pop by an undisputed master in his field.
    Aussie edition of the electronica/dance star's 2003 album features exclusive artwork. 13 tracks including 'Simply Being Loved (Somnambulist)'. Festival/Mushroom Records.


      Boulevard CD
      by St. Germain
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    Picture a world where each and every French dance band was unflinchingly bad; where every Air or Cassius or even Phoenix never existed since every homegrown, starving musician looked to somebody like ATB instead of St. Germain. Luckily, this nis but a piece of fiction. Because Ludovic Navarre created such a saintly pseudonym, employing deep house, tittering breaks, and down-tempo attitudes that -- in over-simplistic terms -- virtually invented the entire French house movement that has crossed over more times than a Diana Ross impersonator. The question is, does being first make you any good? Taking cues from acid jazz and its chin-stroking underground, songs like "Deep in It" or "Street Scene (4 Schazz)" seem to shyly respond, "yes." It's only the preponderance of an odd sense of a Frenchman aping American black music that starts to cause the most alarm. The loose jazz excursions such as "Sentimental Mood" carries all the emotional weight of a sewing needle and the choice of blues samples (while being years before Moby even caught onto the idea) feels contrived. The album may exude an atmosphere of a musician discovering a new genre hybridization, it just doesn't quite reach the maturity of a fleshed out idea. A landmark album? Yes. An album that lacks the loveliness of an Air or the inventiveness of an Etienne DeCrecy? Also, yes. Boulevard has been looked upon as the "essential" Revolver or What's Going On or Dig Your Own Hole piece of French house fans' record collections. It's only a small indignity that the music itself rarely reaches such heights of its comparisons. ~ Dean Carlson

    The French tradition of fetishizing black American music didn't begin with Ludovic Navarre. Au Contraire! The French have been fixated on jazz since before World War II, making it a haven for American artists who were persecuted in their home country. Perhaps it should have come as no surprise, then, that the landmark album in jazz-house would come from the streets of Paris. From the opening Fender Rhodes notes of "Deep in It," there is little doubt why this classic 1996 album had to be re-released, this time with the hard-to-find "Alabama Blues" included. Exploring elements of house, reggae-dub, Latin, and bebop, some have argued that Navarre did little more than add his name and a few drum machines to the true talent of the hired musician. Admittedly, there are points when you can barely tell what makes this a modern electronic album.
    If Navarre's greatest feat is merely compiling the music of others, then it is still a feat that has had boundless influence on the electronic music scene and therefore deserves all the recognition it receives. ~ Joshua Glazer


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