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|Ministry Offer||Primary Artist|
|Obin Miller||Arranger, Producer|
|Jonathan Quarmby||Producer, Remixing|
|Chris Coco||Programming, Producer|
|Sacha Puttnam||Programming, Producer|
Posted October 1, 2010
I have been intrigued by MOS (Ministry of Sound) and its varied collection of works. They have produced many compilations, from Tech Pop to the MOS Dance sets, all of which have been a great addition to one's library IF one is not a massive CD collector. This 2-CD set, however, has exceeded my expectations. The first CD holds a much more mellow set of head interludes followed by sultry ballads that places you with a sense of calm. I actually had this CD in my walkman when the Blackout of 2003 occurred, and walking with the darkened skyline and throngs of fellow Manhattanites I felt completely at peace, and if anything a sense of relaxation. The second CD presents a much more World Beat affection, with Punjabi MC's track opening a more energising set. You will find this collection great, whatever your mood. I would dare to compare this to Ullrich Schnauss' ambient works ("A Strangely Isolated Place" & "Far Away Trains Passing By").Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.