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Never Forget - Sasha - Global Underground 96 Mix (Cassette)

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  1. I have bought quite a few of the Global Underground series including efforts by Sasha, John Digweed, Nick Warren, Dave Seaman, and Darren Emerson. Of all that I have bought, only Sasha's San Francisco gets more airtime in my collection. Both discs of this CD are very enjoyable. If Trance is your thing, then check this effort out.4/5(43).
  2. Global Underground John Digweed, Sydney I had been listening to Sasha mix tapes for a few years from the Venus at the Ecilpse & other legendary nights & clubs but this was something different all together. Now owning the 10th Anniversary edition i'm hearing parts of tunes that never made it on to the cassette & its totally transformed /5(48).
  3. Review: Those who started their dance music journey in the s may have fond memories of Sasha twindorirotanhohanridobalthumbslow.co on his own or alongside John Digweed, Sasha was responsible for delivering some of the most lauded mix CDs of the decade. As this surprise contribution to Fabric's mix series shows, his talents have not faded over the years.
  4. The version on Sasha's mix is a euphoric, chord driven monster whereas all the available to buy options I've ever found are bassy and grimy. And let’s not forget the moody face on the cover. Sasha: the original “DJ pin-up” and probably the most in-demand DJ in the world come Anno Domini and it was ripped as a single track.
  5. Jan 26,  · Provided to YouTube by WM Czech Republic Never Forget · Pavel Callta Never Forget ℗ The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Warner Music Czech Republic s.r.o. Composer, Lyricist.
  6. Jun 04,  · An 85 minute mix of epic vintage Sasha tracks. And they still sound huge Big respect to Mr Coe (Sasha) and Mr May Xpander .
  7. I had been listening to Sasha mix tapes for a few years from the Venus at the Ecilpse & other legendary nights & clubs but this was something different all together. Now owning the 10th Anniversary edition i'm hearing parts of tunes that never made it on to the cassette & its totally transformed the whole experience of listening to what must /5(45).
  8. Review: Global Underground's Nubreed series has a huge amount of kudos, having brought respected DJs like Lee Burridge, Steve Lawler and Danny Howells to attention during the early 00s with a series of iconic mixes. Although it was on hold for much of the second decade of this millennium, it has been successfully resurrected and now gives the same platform to Theo Kottis.

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