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Godskitchen @ The Sanctuary (Birmingham)

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Digbeth High Street, info: 01604 474591, Fridays

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      21.09.2001 04:22
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      The bizarrely named Godskitchen is a well established club night, now based at Code in the very heart of the Midlands, in Birmingham of all places. However, it is the touring version of Godskitchen, in Ibiza - the club Mecca of the Mediterranean, that has brought the club's name to even greater prominence over the past few summers. Following in the footsteps of the likes of Cream and Gatecrasher, Godskitchen has come to the realisation that it has become a very saleable brand and the inevitable result is the latest CD set that now sits proudly on the shelves of your local record shops. Called simply 'Godskitchen', the aim of this release is undoubtedly to recreate the feel of hazy lazy summer days in the Balearics this summer, and this appears to have been achieved with some applomb in this instance. Released on September 17th 2001 to tie in with the closing events of the season in Ibiza, Godskitchen have carefully selected thirty-eight stonking dance and trance anthems that will transform the room of your choice, or your car if you prefer, into a club for a couple of hours with the help of a little imagination on your part. Cross-over hits like 'The Real Life' by Raven Maize and 'Precious Heart' by Tall Paul faturing INXS, two of my recent favourites, are included along with lesser known tracks like 'Verdi' by the innovative Mauro Picotto and 'Innocents' by Delerium. Although the majority of tracks are never likely to make it into the top forty singles chart, this only adds to the appeal. The fact that carefully selected floor-fillers are chosen ahead of some of the more obvious dance hits of recent months is a credit to the ongoing music policy of Godskitchen. If you perfer your music cheesy, then Now 49, or Hits 50 will be more be down your street, but if you've been away to Ibiza this summer then you may prefer to relive the experience with the help of Godskitchen instead.
      For even more details about Godskitchen, the club, the album and the lifestyle, surf on over to www.godskitchen.co.uk. The double CD album 'Godskitchen' is out on INCredible records, via Sony now. {An original Dooyoo opinion © Blackjane 2001}

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