Northern Exposure 1 - Sasha and John Digweed Reviews
Description:Genre: Dance & Electronic - Electronica / Artist: Sasha and John Digweed / Audio CD released 1997-07-22 at Ultra / Disc ... more
Northern Exposure 1 - Sasha and John Digweed ... #1 Tracklisting
1 Satellite Serenade - Keiichi Suzuki
2 Cascade - The Future Sound of London
3 These Waves - Young American Primitive
4 Raincry - God Within
5 Out of Body Experience - Rabbit in the Moon
6 I'm Free - Morgan King
8 Obsession - Fuzzy Logic
9 Water from a Vine Leaf - William Orbit
10 Liquid Cool/Deep Forest Ice Cold [Equator Mix] - Apollo 440
11 Last Train to Lhasa - Banco de Gaia
Newest Review: ... the album is an unbelievably great study aid. It got me through my highers and soon it will be getting me through Uni. Iím ... more
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Customer Northern Exposure 1 - Sasha and John Digweed Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/01/05, updated on 09/05/05 (Very useful, 372 readings)
I used to like my music mostly in the form of rock, indie and old school punk. However, with the increase in my studenty partying ways, Iíve been listening to more dance music, (proper stuff like Orbital and the like not pantsy charty and Ibiza stuff) and this has become one of my favourite albums of all time. The album is not like any dance music youíve heard before. Its impossible to be bored with the rich, layered texture of sounds. Those of you who find dance music boring and repetitive will still rejoice in this, because its just impossible to not be moved by listening to it. It is at once melancholic and euphoric, and if ever music could show you the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/01, updated on 13/05/01 (Very useful, 696 readings)
Revision is a pain isn't it? You spend most of your days for a few months pouring over past notes, papers and generally becoming ever more bored. Why am I talking about revision in a music review? You see I and many others find revision infinitely less hellish when I've got some music on in the background. Out of all my albums I found that the original (and to a lesser extent the 2nd) Northern Exposure album held the most assistance in the revision department. Now I've owned this album since it came out way back in late '96 and every time from GCSE to present 2nd year Uni. has used it as a revision aid. You may think that a dance album ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/00, updated on 17/11/00 (Useful, 156 readings)
This is the first album fom the Sasha and Digweed combination released through the Ministry of Sound record label, and does represent a new era in dance music. The duo would perform at the MOS for Northern Exposure nights, and due to the success of the events this album was released. The album is excellent is every way and is 2 cd's crammed full of great music. What it doesn't respresent is all of the mainstream rubbish that is usually seen on Pete Tongs Essential Selection, but instead great unknown songs and tracks that are now famous due to this album! CD2 is the better one for me, as it brings a tad more relaxed feel to proceedings, and ... Read the complete review
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