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Genre: Dance & Electronic / Artist: Basshunter / Audio CD released 2009-09-28 at Hard2Beat

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      18.02.2010 22:00
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      Seems to be more lyrical then classic Basshunter

      Basshunter isn't the sort of artist you'll find on my CD shelf or even stashed in the deep dark corners of my media cupboards and furthermore not the type of artist you'll see me 'donating' my hard earned cash too, to get the privilege of owning a copy of their latest creative outbursts. This is no exception as one benefit of having a small varied group of friends, is that I can rely on one of them to lend me their copy of the CD to have a listen to and usually I'm open minded about what I'm listening to and tend to drop my initial impressions after two or three tracks, however I've not been persuaded by Basshunter's latest and not so greatest.

      Basshunter Who?

      Basshunter or otherwise known as Jonas Erik Altberg is a Swedish one man band essentially writing, singing and producing all his songs single handily which makes him somewhat unique and original among the other pop cult stars of this generation. Basshunter is famous for his Eurodance, techno, rave hybrid style music and his tracks have become hot favourites for night clubs and dance clubs because of their popularity with DJs, and you will often find a good few variations of his popular tracks, the hot favourite being 'Now You're Gone' which essentially made Basshunter and put him where he is today.

      If you haven't heard of Basshunter recent you really don't have any excuse because his been all over and around the media from his recent appearance on Big Brother to his many concerts around the UK, Basshunter may have appeared out of the blue back in 2007, but now you'll be seeing his tracks on pretty much any Dance Mix CD and hearing them on the radio and in night clubs all year round.

      Basshunter Vs. Basshunter

      Back in 2007/2008 when I first heard of Basshunter's catchy tracks I was convinced that Basshunter was a band of some sort because of the high quality tracks and variation of voices include in those tracks. His most popular tracks 'Now You're Gone' and 'Professional Party People' have their unique rhythms and the high pasted beat which is the fuel for any Dance Club, with the tastefully synced repetition of lyrics. Unfortunately Basshunter seems to have lost the 'zing' he use to have, with this new album which in my honest opinion really pushes the 'Dance' category out a little bit.

      I found that rather than creating an attractive beat to which you can 'Dance' to these tracks resemble more of a R&B or Pop with a Dance back beat which is really a style of music I've not heard before, but doesn't seem to resemble something I could Dance to in a Night Club because the rhythm varies far too often. I'm by no means saying that the music here is bad; I'm simply arguing my case for the classification of the music and comparing the old Basshunter (Now You're Gone) to the New Basshunter (Generation Bass).

      Track Overview & Review

      Although I feel that Basshunter has let himself go in the recent years and lost his unique edge which he became famous for, his music is still very good and each track offers something unique and worth listening too.

      Every Morning - This is the first track on the Album and in this is the track which is set to shape the first and most important impressions for the listener (first time listeners especially). Oddly enough the introduction to the track doesn't represent any 'Dance' or 'Techno' elements but starts with an synthetic acoustic guitar strum and leads into Jonas singing 'There is one girl in my life....' in a soft voice and slowly drifts into a techno beat but continuing with Jonas singing. This song seems to make me want to sing along rather than tap my feet to it, as Jonas' voice can be described as beautiful in this track (possible help of Autotune?)

      I Promise Myself - This track also features Jonas singing but also reminds me of his older for mentioned work, with the catchy beat and also his well toned voice and variation in the beat without losing track of the rhythm with raises and lows making this a really great dancing tune.

      Why - I'm particularly favoured to this track mainly because of the Electric Guitar established beat off 'dan dada dan dada dan' and the excellent trance style introduction into the song as well the varied beat throughout and of course once again Jonas' with the echo tone.

      I Can't Deny (Featuring Lauren) - The first track which doesn't include Jonas' vocals but in fact a mysterious 'guest' singer only known as Lauren, whom ever she may be, her vocal skills are up to Basshunter standard and the track is somewhat unique featuring quite 'normal' female vocals (without the standard squeak filter in most Dance tracks) and a very bass based beat, they somehow don't mix in my opinion, but something you can put up with as this Lauren person can surely sing.

      Don't Walk Way - This track is mainly addictive beat and awesome main tone, basically have a small portions for vocals from Jonas' and the occasional 'Pump up the Volume' in the track but essentially a very well produced dance beat and something I'd surely 'rock out' to in a Dance Club.

      I Still Love - This song is all about the beats and bass, very similar to Basshunter's old work but reminds me off a 90's techno beat. A great part of this song is if you're using a good per of headphones or better a subwoofer speaker system, you'll really appreciate the deep bass tones.

      Day & Night - A heavy beat and great lyrics is all I can really say for this track, it's a standard techno/dance addition to the Basshunter collection.
      I Will Learn To Love Again (Featuring Stunt) - Another track with a guest vocal appearance, although I'm less impressed with this track as it seems to be a weak swing at attempting a Cascada style track about love. Stunt's voice is appreciative here but unfortunately doesn't seem to belong in the typical raise and fall and the standard bass line mix by Jonas.

      Far From Home - A very bass rich track with some nice lyrics is really all I can gather from this song, with the well done raises and falls and well synced piano rhythm in certain parts makes this song, as well as the heavy bass finale.

      I Know You Know - Featuring Jonas singing main vocals as well as female vocals which essentially just say 3 lines which work as queues for different audio tracks to come into action as this works very well, although the rest of the song isn't really anything to special.

      On the Side - This track is solemnly sang by a female, but isn't stated as a featured artist like in the previous tracks, so I can only predict its one of the 2 in the previous songs. The track uses deep tones and similar build ups and a repetitive beat, but as I've mentioned for a different track this also seems like a Cascada want to be, although slightly more repetitive using the same lyrics 'love on the side' over and over.

      Can You - A very fast paced track with vocals from Jonas once again, this track seems to remind me of an Irish jig with the high paced beats and singing, it is a good track and is quite short for you don't get too tired of it.

      Plane to Spain - This is the last (official) track of this CD, and well honestly it feels like it as listening to it, it seems to was thrown together from some random sounds and made to sync somehow. Basically using the Tetris 8bit theme tune as a kind of distorted back tune to the whole track and some un inspiring singing, but I suppose a good rap up for the whole CD.

      Bonus Track - A hidden track on the CD, but it is a little charm, so worth listening too.

      Overall Verdict

      After going through the whole CD and really listening to the music, it seems that Basshunter is either trying something new with his music, or has lost touch with the side of him which has previously brought us 'Now You're Gone' and 'Professional Party People' which are really the only 2 tracks which I really like and appreciate his talent for.

      But with this recent addition to the Basshunter Discography isn't something I'll be buying personally any time soon and my friend can have to back with no fight from me. So if you're looking for the old Basshunter in this album you won't be finding him in there, apart from an essence in 1 or 3 of the tracks (I Promise Myself, I Know You Know and Why, which I personally favour).

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      15.02.2010 19:10
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      A poor offereing of Swedish Eurotrash

      ****"Gonna have to admit it - I'm addicted to bass" (well at times)****

      Ever since my teenage years dance/trance and music that is described to be "big in bass" has appeared at various times throughout my life. During the third year of senior school, just before the large Indie scene kicked off (remember the Blur V Oasis battle for supremacy along with many other top bands?), the only thing playing on my walkman was Dreamscape 19 Drum 'n' Bass. Whilst CDs were around back then the Dreamscape music was only available in cassette boxes consisting of many tapes and whilst the overall sound quality wasn't that great the bass lines were kickin'.

      Once the Indie scene appeared I followed suit, like every other 'sheep' in my year and my beloved DJ Dougal, and many other Dreamscape DJ's were put on the shelf to collect dust. Whilst at college my love for the dance/trance and drum 'n' bass scene developed once more and this was fuelled through many great nights at Zoom in Norwich (a 'famous' drum 'n' bass club that closed down in 1999) and owning a Ford Orion Ghia with twin 12 inch kicker subwoofers that were amped up to the max. Max Power magazine regularly 'gave' away bass CDs with their publication and these were perfect fodder for our ICE ("in car entertainment") systems.

      In a few short months I found that decent stereo equipment was not only expensive (and just asking for some low life scum to pinch it) but it also put a serious drain on your cars electrical system and was very heavy, hence affecting performance of my pride and joy so the decision was made to get out of the ICE scene and more in to the performance scene, where hip hop and rap became the order of the day. Once again the bass was put aside, although my love for bass was frequently re-ignited by the release of specific tracks and artists (Oxide and Neutrino to name but one) it was always short lived and nothing more than a fad.

      I find dance/trance and similar bass music a strange genre and one that I only listen to in specific circumstances and at specific times. There is definitely a niche market for this genre and there are many people who will not appreciate this type of music.

      ****So, what is this "Basshunter" all about then?****

      Basshunter real name is Jonas Alterberg and he is a Swedish producer who has actually been around for quite a long time and releasing four albums prior to his Bass Generation offering. This double CD album was released to mark his tenth year in the industry. Despite being around for such a long time Basshunter was pretty much unheard of in the UK until his 1998 smash of "Now You're Gone" made it to number one in the UK charts for a few weeks and became mainstream, and I have to admit that it was "Now You're Gone" that introduced me to Basshunter. Whilst I found this track very addictive to begin with I soon found it became quite tiring as the amount of airplay increased.

      ****Give us a low down on the tunes then****

      This album consists of two discs, the first containing 15 tracks and the second 9, including;

      Disc 1

      1. Every Morning
      2. I Promised Myself
      3. Why
      4. I Will Learn To Love Again (Feat. Stunt)
      5. Don't Walk Away
      6. I Still Love
      7. Day & Night
      8. I Can't Deny
      9. Far From Home
      10. I Know U Know
      11. On Our Side
      12. Can You
      13. Plane To Spain
      14. Every Morning (Michael Mind Remix Edit)
      15. Numbers

      Disc 2

      1. Now You're Gone (Feat. DJ Mental Theo's Bazzheadz) (DJ Alex Extended Mix)
      2. All I Ever Wanted (Ultra DJs Remix)
      3. Angel In The Night (Headhunters Remix)
      4. I Miss You (Hyperzone Remix)
      5. Please Don't Go (Bad Behaviour Remix)
      6. Walk On Water (Ultra DJs Remix)
      7. Every Morning (Raindropz! Remix)
      8. Camilla (Swedish Version)
      9. Without Stars (Swedish Version)

      The second disc is more of a bonus disc and includes remixes of his previous stuff, all of which I had never previously heard.

      In my experience with dance/trance music, there are often albums that use a sample of a song (be it rock, pop or whatever) that is mainstream and that many people instantly recognise. The producers may play around with the melody a bit, or play around with the voices but the sample is still recognisable. I didn't find this the case with this album as there was absolutely nothing I recognised, other than Now You're Gone of course.

      I would have thought out of so many tracks there would be at least one sample I recognised but this was not the case, which surprised me somewhat.

      ****So these Tunes, a dance floor filler or a dance floor killer?****

      As I liked "Now You're Gone" I thought there would be other tracks I liked but this was not the case. I guess I was far too bored of "Now You're Gone" by the time I actually got round to listening to this album. Shame really, but C'est la vie.

      Where classic dance/trance bass type tunes like "Bound For Da Reload" and "Operation Blade" were dance floor fillers and got clubbers shaking their thing and "waving their hands in the air like they didn't care" this Eurotrash excuse for dance/trance music is more likely to send clubbers to the bar for a stiff drink. In my opinion all tracks are definite dance floor killers, unless there are some deaf and extremely incoherent clubbers on the floor during these tracks that is.

      The repetitive "doof-doof-doof" that follows some unimaginative and weak lyrics, such as "pump up the volume" is just dire. It lacks depth, it lacks originality and most of all it lacks that 'something'. One positive about the vocals is they are at normal pitch, as they should be. Remember Scooter's "Logical Song"? The high pitched and squeaky vocals were like that of a squirrel on acid and, in my opinion, were just awful. I am pleased to confirm there are no such issues with this album.

      Personally, I haven't heard any Basshunter track other than "Now You're Gone" in a club, although I admit I don't go clubbing that much anymore. If you're going to hear this album anywhere than your own home, or a mates' house then it is likely to be blasted out of a Citroen Saxo or some other typical boy racer car in the car park of your local supermarket.

      ****Surely it can't be all bad?****

      If you like one track on this album then there is a good chance you will like the rest of the tracks as they are all so similar. The only thing that really sets them apart is the guest vocals from the likes of Stunt (I believe he featured on Sash's " Encore Un Fois") and Lauren (whom I cannot place and I am unsure if I have ever heard anything this artist has done before) on a couple of tracks. Despite these additional vocal appearances the tracks are still pretty much the same.

      One thing this album would be good for, other than bird scarers, cup coasters or mini Frisbees, is a gym session. The repetitive beat is spot on for running or cross training but then so is the beat of many up tempo dance/trance tracks and I would chose something else over and above any track on Basshunter's album.

      ***So how much if I want to experience the Basshunter's melodies?***

      If you want to waste your time and money listening to this garbage then the CD will set you back a little under £5 from most retailers (at the time of writing this album could be bought for under a fiver from HMV online, Amazon and Ebay) and getting hold of a copy should not pose too many problems.

      If you prefer to have an electronic copy then this album can be downloaded from a number of different sites for around the same as the CD version.

      ****Overall thoughts and opinion****

      As you've probably guessed I am not a great fan of this album. I am the first to admit I am not a hardcore fan of dance/trance and bass music, nor do I like wearing luminous garments whilst spinning glow sticks between my fingers and blowing in to a whistle. That said, I do appreciate the genre and it is one that keeps making its way back on to my various music machines at different times.

      In my opinion a good dance/trance album needs great acoustics, a deep and chest breaking bass line combined with some emotive lyrics. The lyrics don't have to be particularly deep or meaningful but they have to make the hairs on the back of your neck raise, a prime example would be Alice Deejay "Better Off Alone", ATB "9pm Till I Come" or Chicane's "Salt Water", and I get goose pimples every time I hear these tracks as the lyrics are just so haunting. Unfortunately, BassHunter doesn't have the same effect on me and this attempt falls flat on all levels. I can't see any of his musical pieces becoming future dance/trance classics.

      In my opinion Basshunter is so far off the mark I wouldn't even contemplate listening to his offerings, besides there are far too many other and, in my opinion, much better artists out there and I would recommend seeking out one of these for your dance/trance fix, or regress back to classic artists and DJs.

      (This review was originally posted on Ciao under the name of Yackers1)

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        14.02.2010 14:06
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        Its an ok album.

        Introduction
        I recieved this album as a birthday gift after stating that I "quite like this song" not so sure it was my greatest statement ever.

        Below are my thoughts on the fifth studio album from Jonas Erik Altberg better know as Basshunter.

        Background
        Swedish DJ/Producer Jonas Erik Altberg or, as he was better known by the pseudonym Basshunter. Then again after his recent airing on celebrity Big Brother he is probably known equally as well as Jonas, the guy that fell head over heels for Katia.

        Basshunter has only really come to the fore since 2008, after the huge hit Now You're Gone, most people are unaware that he has been making music for around 10 years.
        He discribes his sound as "Eurodance" Personally I dont have a clue what that means! Maybe I am just getting old!


        Singing/Song Style

        Well basically, he does not have a great voice, but then again with this type of music there really is no need to me a great singer. The music carries the lyrics rather than the lyrics carrying the music. On this album there are several female singers who in general have a better quality voice than Jonas.
        The music is electronic and heavily synthesised thats all you can say really. Its catchy and loud and I guess thats all its meant to be.


        Track Listing

        Disc 1
        1. Every Morning
        2. I Promised Myself
        3. Why
        4. I Will Learn To Love Again Feat. Stunt
        5. Don't Walk Away
        6. I Still Love
        7. Day & Night
        8. I Can't Deny
        9. Far From Home
        10. I Know U Know
        11. On Our Side
        12. Can You
        13. Plane To Spain
        14. Every Morning (Michael Mind Remix Edit)
        15. Numbers


        Disc 2
        1. Now You're Gone (Feat. DJ Mental Theo's Bazzheadz) (DJ Alex Extended Mix)
        2. All I Ever Wanted (Ultra DJs Remix)
        3. Angel In The Night (Headhunters Remix)
        4. I Miss You (Hyperzone Remix)
        5. Please Don't Go (Bad Behaviour Remix)
        6. Walk On Water (Ultra DJs Remix)
        7. Every Morning (Raindropz! Remix)
        8. Camilla (Swedish Version)
        9. Without Stars (Swedish Version)

        Normally I would give an insight into each song on the album, but with dance music there isnt much point. The lyrics may change slightly on each track but the basic beat/tune is the same. There are a few stand out tracks on the album, Now You're Gone,Every Morning, I Promised Myself and All I Ever Wanted. Aside from these tracks the rest is largely forgetable unless you are playing it loud or are in a nightclub.

        Summary
        Well, it is what it is. Its catchy,cheesy Eurodance. Yes there are a few good main stream/commercial songs on the album, Now You're Gone and All I Ever Wanted. Indeed the success of the album is largely based on these tracks.

        Its an album for the younger generation, or those trying to hang onto their youth. Its fun,vibrant and in parts will get you tapping your feet but the album certainly wont stand the test of time, but its ok as far as dance music goes. Its best played loud or listened to in a nightclub after several beers. This helps numb the pain!

        Recommended?
        Yes, while/if you are still young enough to enjoy it.


        Other Information

        The CD release ( with two discs) is better value. The first disc is as per the iTunes release; the second disc features a selection of remixes from this and previous albums, this is where some of the better songs are.

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          25.10.2009 18:26
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          Fifth studio album from the Hunter

          A review of Bass Generation, the latest studio album by DJ/producer Basshunter. The album is available in the UK in physical and digital formats for around £8.00. The official iTunes UK version features fourteen tracks as standard, with an additional remix. The standard physical release is better value, with two discs. The first disc is as per the iTunes release; the second disc features a selection of remixes from this and previous albums.

          It has long been argued, behind closed doors and elsewhere, that I have only the barest of shreds of taste when it comes to music. This is, indeed, true dear reader and testament to this fact born by the review that you are now reading. When you are with friends or family, questioning the big questions in life like, 'who the f*** buys Basshunter albums??', console yourself with the knowledge that you know at least one person who does, virtually or otherwise.

          Bass Generation is in fact the fifth - yes that's right, there are four before this one - studio album from the Swedish DJ/producer and ultra-chav that is Basshunter. The first three are unknown to me, and pretty much everyone else in the UK, as the Swede only really came to light in 2008 with his European mega hit Now You're Gone, which was number one for four weeks. He's a relatively naughty fellow, as evidenced by the fact that he managed to come up with sex tapes featuring his girlfriend and him around the time that Now You're Gone was released, and it was perhaps his first studio album that was most appropriately titled (it was called The Old Shit).

          Bass Generation has come about in a relatively rapid timescale, but the Hunter was wise to do so. It's extremely rare for Euro-dance acts to have any kind of longevity in the UK charts, and those that have (Cascada, Cappella, 2 Unlimited) did/do so by maintaining a constant release schedule. It will come as no surprise, therefore, to any readers who bought Now You're Gone The Album that Bass Generation is virtually the same as the album that came before if only because the Hunter barely had time to think about doing anything differently.

          It's really the musical equivalent of fizzy cola bottles. Sugary, with an instant rush but not very easily digested, you eventually realise that you've had enough, but by then it's all too late and you just feel slightly ashamed about it all. The recipe is entirely consistent throughout, comprising that simple, rapidly pounding (and largely considered to be very irritating) beat that cuts in during or after a (generally) wistful vocal from the Hunter about how lonely/in love/horny he is (to be deleted as applicable). It has the depth of a small droplet of water. It has the class of a night out with Katie Price. It has the credibility of a Kia Sedona. But it can also be strangely addictive.

          I'm not foolish enough to think for one second that the Hunter can actually sing or that the male vocalist who features on most of these tracks is actually the Hunter, but I still like his voice (or the sound that is intended to represent his voice). Despite the fact that it is very obviously synthesised, it still has a strange 'puppy-dog eyes' kind of effect on me that complements the pace and style of the tunes perfectly and I find his European lilt vaguely sexy. Arguably, not really intended for general listening, Bass Generation is perhaps most enjoyed at large volume in or out of the clubs, either to uplift or maintain an already heightened mood, if you know what I mean. For the most part, I can't really think of many other circumstances when the relentless pounding and whiny vocal sound would not start to irritate after more than two tracks, but after a few listens it can be bizarrely addictive and it's pretty much all I'm playing on my iPod at the moment.

          The album arguably starts at its highest point - the first two tracks are easily the strongest. Every Morning (the first single to be released so far) sounds vaguely different to start with, complete with a jingly-jangly guitar intro, but the happy 'I wuv you' vocal is so trite it's actually quite appealing and the track soon becomes shameless council house at its very best. Track two (and the forthcoming single) is by far the best thing The Hunter has ever done. It's a cover of an unsuccessful Nick Kamen song from many years ago called I Promise Myself and to give it The Hunter treatment is nothing short of musical genius. The Hunter's vocal is not unlike Kamen's but the updated sound, pumping beat and little trancey bits bring it nicely up to date. It was - and remains - a great pop song and could almost have been written for The Hunter (indeed, a lot of people will be unaware that it's a cover version). It even has a big 'BASS!" robot voice before the 'dada dada dada dada' instrumental, poundy bit. Classy! I would really like to see this at number one because I always say there just isn't enough trashy Euro dance in the charts these days.

          Of the fifteen standard tracks, there is a bit of variety only in that there are occasional guest appearances from other vocalists. 'I Will Learn To Love Again' features Stunt, the vocalist from the reworking of Sash's Encore Une Fois. The song's OK, but Stunt's nasal vocal starts to grate quite quickly and it doesn't really sound like a Basshunter song at all. Ironically, it's probably the weakest track on the whole disc. The second guest star is the unknown Lauren who graces piano-frantic anthem 'I Can't Deny'. It's better than Stunt's effort, bigger, harder and a bit more 'mad for it'. But it could arguably be anyone, in fairness.

          The Hunter is nothing if not consistent and so if you like one or two of the songs here, you'll almost certainly like them all. In a break from tradition, there are some good tracks towards the end of the first disc. 'I Know U Know' (vocal samples aside) has the makings of a classic trance anthem. The splendiferous synth sample is quite euphoric and it's a bit of a belter really, particularly because the Hunter's vocals are kept to a minimum. It's shameless but I can't help liking 'On Our Side' either. There's a new (uncredited) guest vocalist and (you guessed it) it's a bit of a stomper (get those glo-sticks in the air boys).

          It's not over yet. Disc two throws up some remixes of the stuff from the last album. The extended version of Now You're Gone is just a bit longer than the radio version and now actually sounds very tired. There's a completely bonkers remix of Now You're Gone (people of Wigan unite) and a reasonably good but still quite hectic mix of Angel In the Night. This is vaguely disappointing. The Soul Seekerz remix of Angel in the Night is excellent, much more reserved and much less mad for it. Given the opportunity to include material here that listeners may not have already heard, it seems a bit wasted. All the mixes here verge towards the frantic end of the scale and a bit of variety wouldn't have gone amiss. The last two tracks are actually in Swedish and you do wonder if, by this point, you're either hallucinating or your hearing has gone (although the Fonzerelli remix of Without Stars is, at least, less frantic).

          In terms of serious music this would probably be considered a pretty dreadful effort that takes one basic idea and keeps on repeating it over and over and over again. The fact is, nonetheless, that it's playing to a specific audience of Nova-driving teenagers in Henleys t-shirts who b-b-b-b-bounce the night away and who are we to argue? In the right place and time, this is enormous fun and it doesn't take itself too seriously, which can't be a bad thing. There are some really good tracks here and some that will certainly stand the test of time in my music library. There's also the flash of genius that is I Promised Myself, which leads me to believe you haven't heard the last of The Hunter.

          You were warned.

          Track listing

          Disc 1

          1. Every Morning
          2. I Promised Myself
          3. Why
          4. I Will Learn To Love Again Feat. Stunt
          5. Don't Walk Away
          6. I Still Love
          7. Day & Night
          8. I Can't Deny
          9. Far From Home
          10. I Know U Know
          11. On Our Side
          12. Can You
          13. Plane To Spain
          14. Every Morning (Michael Mind Remix Edit)
          15. Numbers

          Disc 2

          1. Now You're Gone (Feat. DJ Mental Theo's Bazzheadz) (DJ Alex Extended Mix)
          2. All I Ever Wanted (Ultra DJs Remix)
          3. Angel In The Night (Headhunters Remix)
          4. I Miss You (Hyperzone Remix)
          5. Please Don't Go (Bad Behaviour Remix)
          6. Walk On Water (Ultra DJs Remix)
          7. Every Morning (Raindropz! Remix)
          8. Camilla (Swedish Version)
          9. Without Stars (Swedish Version)

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          Disc #1 Tracklisting
          1 Every Morning
          2 I Promised Myself
          3 Why
          4 I Will Learn to Love Again (Featuring Stunt)
          5 Don't Walk Away
          6 I Still Love
          7 Day & Night
          8 I Can't Deny
          9 Far From Home
          10 I Know U Know
          11 On Our Side
          12 Can You
          13 Plane to Spain
          14 Every Morning (Michael Mind Remix Edit)

          Disc #2 Tracklisting
          1 Now You're Gone (Feat. DJ Mental Theo's Bazzheadz) (DJ Alex Extended Mix)
          2 All I Ever Wanted (Ultra DJs Remix)
          3 Angel In The Night (Headhunters Remix)
          4 I Miss You (Hyperzone Remix)
          5 Please Don't Go (Bad Behaviour Remix)
          6 Walk On Water (Ultra DJs Remix)
          7 Every Morning (Raindropz! Remix)
          8 Camilla (Swedish Version)
          9 Without Stars (Swedish Version