Connected [Kinetic]

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Barnes & Noble - Michael Endelman
The German DJ and producer Timo Maas rocketed to the top of the international DJ circuit last year on the basis of one incredible track, his devastating remix of Azzido Da Bass's "Doom's Night." Maas continues the winning streak with Connected, a double-disc mix-CD that highlights a handful of Maas's latest productions -- a remix of Fatboy Slim's "Star 69" is especially noteworthy -- and, more important, the German wax-spinner's unmistakable style. Along with DJs like Sasha and John Digweed, Timo Maas is one of the architects of the "progressive" sound, which marries the ominous psychedelica of techno with the relentless throb and cinematic vision of trance. Deep, ...
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Barnes & Noble - Michael Endelman
The German DJ and producer Timo Maas rocketed to the top of the international DJ circuit last year on the basis of one incredible track, his devastating remix of Azzido Da Bass's "Doom's Night." Maas continues the winning streak with Connected, a double-disc mix-CD that highlights a handful of Maas's latest productions -- a remix of Fatboy Slim's "Star 69" is especially noteworthy -- and, more important, the German wax-spinner's unmistakable style. Along with DJs like Sasha and John Digweed, Timo Maas is one of the architects of the "progressive" sound, which marries the ominous psychedelica of techno with the relentless throb and cinematic vision of trance. Deep, sweaty, and dubby, Maas's sound is light on vocals, using a barrage of whooshing, buzzing, and rumbling sound effects to keep the music riding the border between extended arousal and full-on climax. Be patient: By the end of Connected, Maas pushes it over that line.
All Music Guide - Bret Love
Your opinion of this album is likely to be based almost entirely on your perception of what constitutes an enjoyable DJ mix. Do you prefer a series of songs composed mainly of repetitive bleeps and blips strung together, chosen for their constant BPM rate, to be used primarily for ecstasy-fueled rave marathons or driving at Daytona 500-like speeds down the highway? Or would you prefer a collection of songs strong enough to stand up on their own individual merits, nimbly sequenced to flow together seamlessly while each providing its own unique flavor? This 20-song, two-CD collection from superstar DJ Timo Maas is definitely geared towards those who fall into the former group, as you're a good five songs in when Kelli Ali's cooing vocals come in on Satoshi Tomiie's "Love in Traffic" before you realize that four virtually identical songs have already passed. It's not a bad mix per se, especially if you're more concerned with dancing or partying than paying close attention to the music -- the beats are uptempo, many of the grooves infectious if a bit mind-numbing at times. But aside from songs like Fatboy Slim's "Star 69," Placebo's "Special K," and one or two others, very few of these tunes stand out in the mix. If the only purpose of Connected is to showcase Maas' skills as a DJ
emixer, then mission accomplished. But if you're looking for a techno mix that'll sound just as good through your headphones as it does on the dancefloor, you might wanna look elsewhere. [Kinetic also released the CD.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/15/2001
  • Label: Kinetic Records
  • UPC: 677285468025
  • Catalog Number: 54680

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 I Want - Filmpalast
  2. 2 Travelogue - Loafer
  3. 3 Sudden Journey (Leon Alexander Mix) - Mad Dogs
  4. 4 Underwater - Grayson Shipley
  5. 5 Love in Traffic (Dark Path Mix) - Satoshi Tomiie
  6. 6 Innocente (Deep Dish Mix) - Delerium
  7. 7 First Light - Ogenki Clinic
  8. 8 Into Your Heart (John Selway Mix) - Rozzo
  9. 9 Can Dance - Pascal FEOS
  10. 10 Bedford St - Haktan O' Nal
Disc 2
  1. 1 Star 69 (Timo Maas Mix) - Fatboy Slim
  2. 2 Hopeless - Starecase
  3. 3 Reformatted (General Mix) - Sonic Infusion
  4. 4 Sputnik - Stylus Trouble
  5. 5 Special K (Timo Maas Mix) - Placebo
  6. 6 Island (Moguai Mix) - Orinoko
  7. 7 Rhythm Your Life - Calling "The Freak"
  8. 8 Coatnoise (Dave Clarke Mix) - Midfield General
  9. 9 Purple - Circulation
  10. 10 OCB - Timo Maas
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Timo Maas Primary Artist
Satoshi Tomiie Track Performer
Loafers Track Performer
Midfield General Track Performer
Rozzo Track Performer
Orinoko Track Performer
Starecase Track Performer
Leigh Nash Vocals
Stylus Trouble Track Performer
Technical Credits
Delerium Producer
Dave Clarke Producer, Remixing
Paul Corkett Producer
P. Davis Producer
Pete Heller Producer
M. Jackson Producer
Gary Wilkinson Engineer
Lorraine Francis Engineer
Placebo Composer, Producer
Fatboy Slim Composer, Producer
Dubfire Producer, Remixing
Pascal F.E.O.S. Producer
John Selway Producer, Remixing
Timo Maas Composer, Producer
Simon Thornton Engineer
Phil Fuldner Producer, Remixing
Andre Schmid Producer
George Lambert Mastering
Martin Buttrich Composer, Producer, Remixing
Alan Bremner Producer
Atty Mezcal Producer
A. Watson Producer, Remixing
Leon Alexander Producer, Remixing
Andy Bolleshon Composer, Producer, Remixing
Mad Dogs Producer
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