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Back to Mine album for sale by Dave Seaman was released Nov 20, 2009 on the Vinyl Collectors label. Some might find it ironic that the Back To Mine phenomenon was kicked off by two of England's most crowd pleasing trance DJs, Dave Seaman and Nick Warren. Back to Mine CD music But perhaps it is obvious that the 24hour party culture of the UK would produce the most stirring of come-down music since it is clearly the other side of the ecstacy coin. Back to Mine buy CD music Seaman starts with composer Craig Armstrong's sweeping version of "Weather Storm", a cut he first created with England's almighty chill deities, Massive Attack. Back to Mine songs Downtempo figureheads dominate much of the mix, with Kruder & Dorfmeister's bubbling dub of Depeche Mode's "Useless" rising mightily from the beatless soundscape of Global Communication's "Epsilon Phase" Back to Mine album for sale Another trance colossus, Sasha, also catches the downtempo bug with his morphing drum filters on "Baja" Back to Mine CD music Sneaker Pimps, Desert and D*Note all contribute jazzy trip-hop beats. Back to Mine buy CD music But Seaman holds out until the very end when he unleashed Lamb's "Gorecki", perhaps the most impassioned slice of electronica ever pressed to vinyl. By the end of this perfectly crafted masterpiece of mellow drama, the listener is hardly left relaxed. Instead, the physiological rush assumed from a night of dancing is overtaken by an entirely deeper and more emotional rush. Dave Seaman doesn't want to bring you down to earth, he wants you to lie awake dreaming. ~ Joshua Glazer.
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|CD Universe Part number||8072611|
|Release Date||Nov 20, 2009|
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