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Future Navigators - guided by DJ Dede

 ( MDMA ,  1998 )


1. Xerox & Freeman- Are We Happy? 8:42 2. Cosmic Navigators- The First Tour 9:10 3. Tarsis & DJ Kaya- Sinergy Thrill 8:03 4. Tim Shuldt- The Next 8:49 5. Xerox & Freemen- Cellurian rmx 8:41 6. Lagoon- Green Light (live mix) 10:02 7. Nucleus- Dark Hourse 7:35 8. Talamsca- Polynesian Lion 8:57

MDMA's first compilation, and they deliver us a great combination of Israeli and European trance. Full on party stuff, arranged beautifully by DJ Dede- a real energetic trip.

Are We Happy? (T1) opens this CD with force- another well built stormer from Xerox & Freeman. This duo is doing their thing with hard driven bass lines and rock guitars, and the anticipated massive build up that keeps working. A very massive and intense track. Must be said though, that this formula needs refreshing. Before you can recover you get Cosmic Navigators' The First Tour (T2)- this is a special team up between Itzik Benisty (Sonichaos, Maskalin) and DJ Dede, a relentless piece, a very emotional full on track with grinding guitar like lines and a great build up- our favorite here.Follows Sinergy Thrill (T3) from Tarsis & DJ Kaya- a melodic track with nice psychedelica and a real happy atmosphere- nothing special really. Tim Shuldt's The Next (T4) is a great track, and already a proven party hit, an oriental melody accompanying a grinding beat- fullpower! After that Xerox & Freemen return with a remix to Cellurian (T5). The original opened Psychedelic Krembo 2 and caused a lot of mayhem around. Here is a new remix full with psychedelic breakbeats merged with tribal grooves- very funky stuff.
Track 6, Lagoon's Green Light (live mix) written by Christof (Absolum, Transwave) is a bouncer, slowly evolving into a full on groove, with a lot of spacey sound and effects flying around- very groovy and trippy at the same time. This is a track that grows on you, give it a few listens and volume. Trust us. Nucleus's Dark Horse (T7) is here for the first time in CD format. This promising English team delivers a low BPM psycho-killer. A track with a punch!!! It starts with a great entrance followed by some nice spooky FX, together with a pumping baseline and well timed beatbreakes- excellent for night driving or raving. Staying true to the local vibe, comes Polynesian Lion by Talamasca (T8). This track is an early classic from the French team-supreme. A very flowing, melodic, uplifting track that can well turn a party over if played at the right moment.

Recomendation:  This compilation is exactly what was going on in Israeli parties in 1998. The must have tracks from here are the two nexts (tracks 2 and 4) which are guarantied to make u jump on your feet. It's a collection of some very dance worthy tracks, all been tested and the results came out great.

Favorite tracks:2, 4, 5, 8.

Review by : Shahar / Guyshanti

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