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All Music Guide - MacKenzie Wilson
After releasing four incredibly amazing albums for the Global Underground series, John Digweed emerged with the collection MMII. It's more or less an intricate selection of tracks crafted by Digweed for radio shows, but also a diverse piece of work fit for inside the club and out. It varies in moods, but overall, there's something relaxing and soothing about MMII. Bermuda Triangle's "Mooger Fooger" is a nocturnal trip through space, while "Protect the Sense," from the Flash Brothers, oscillates rich worldbeat grooves and progressive house loops. Rare tracks like Underworld's previously unavailable "Dub Extravaganza" remix of "Black Sky" from Shakespear's Sister and ...
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All Music Guide - MacKenzie Wilson
After releasing four incredibly amazing albums for the Global Underground series, John Digweed emerged with the collection MMII. It's more or less an intricate selection of tracks crafted by Digweed for radio shows, but also a diverse piece of work fit for inside the club and out. It varies in moods, but overall, there's something relaxing and soothing about MMII. Bermuda Triangle's "Mooger Fooger" is a nocturnal trip through space, while "Protect the Sense," from the Flash Brothers, oscillates rich worldbeat grooves and progressive house loops. Rare tracks like Underworld's previously unavailable "Dub Extravaganza" remix of "Black Sky" from Shakespear's Sister and Darren Emerson's magnetically cool take on 108 Grand's "Te Quiero" illustrates Digweed's impeccable ear for what's sonically desirable in the multifaceted world of dance. MMII recognizes Digweed's influence on American dance music and his position to take it where he wants.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/4/2002
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227818524
  • Catalog Number: 78185

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Lonely Planet - Pollon (7:09)
  2. 2 Dust - Pole Folder (8:19)
  3. 3 Mooger Fooger (5:32)
  4. 4 Of Course - Sean Q6 (4:59)
  5. 5 Protect the Sense - Flash Brothers (4:48)
  6. 6 Te Quiero - 108 Grand (9:21)
  7. 7 Black Sky (8:20)
  8. 8 I Have Put Out the Light (4:43)
  9. 9 Belong - Spooky (8:54)
  10. 10 Deep Love (8:58)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
John Digweed Primary Artist, Track Performer
Peter Baden Percussion
Technical Credits
Shakespear's Sister Producer
Darren Emerson Remixing
Alan Moulder Producer
Michael J. Ade Producer
John Digweed Producer
Mandalay Producer
Ben Chapman Producer
Duncan Forbes Producer
James Holden Producer
Pole Folder Arranger, Producer
Alain Bultot Engineer
Rick Smith Remixing
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    True Meaning in Progressive House

    I certainly think this cd has the digweed mark on it, a style that you could rarely find in other dj, each tune has its own way, while beginning with a very soft tune all builds up as you start hearing track by track, each eelctronic style has its own way, progressive house surely fits perfectly with Digweed´s, you cant know until you hear some of its material,calm relaxing and even chilling, as it follows more movement and soft beats, dj´s true class can be found in each person that surely knows how to touch the feeling of the music, and this cd, has it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Progressing Progressive House

    John Digweed has again pressed the envelope with an amazingly progressive album. MMII is nothing short of amazing, providing the occassionaly fan with some great tunes, and providing the die-hard with a progression of an already fore-front genre. This *is* what progressive house is, a new bible for the genre. This album combines dark, chunky beats with airy, light synths, somehow being very tribal and electronic simultaneously. While a ''mix'' CD does not quite showcase mixing skills, this album is nothing short of what a John Digweed set entails, just a little more laidback. His track selection is impeccable. A must have for fans and beginners alike!

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