Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Chris Cox, Thunderpuss|
12 Inches of Cox
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Deep, Dark and Delicious
Christian | Colorado | 07/07/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Chris Cox rocks the box with this fantastic mix project! Don't believe the haters in the other reviews, this is one CD that belongs in EVERY trance/dance collection! Take this advice in good faith from another Trance DJ...Me!"
Throw in this disc and let the party begin...
Daniel W. Kelly | Long Island, NY United States | 09/14/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Chris Cox picks a nearly flawless selection of peak hour anthems, from diva vocals to novelty, to hard progressive instrumentals. This is strictly a party disc, not for those looking for hard-to-find tracks on CD, considering there are a large number of tracks with mostly very short track times. Which also causes an issue with the title of the disc. While campy and sexy, the disc itself is more like "the 7" edits of Cox".... But even so, this one will get everyone dancing. Track times:
1. intro (:55)
2. Shiny disco balls (3:11)
3. Addicted to bass (5:08)
4. Head (6:07)
5. Strong (4:02)
6. We are all made of stars (4:39)
7. Harder better faster (4:24)
8. Open up your mind (4:39)
9. Arise (4:54)
10. Body (5:16)
11. I believe (4:38)
12. Lovely day (3:23)
13. Free your mind (4:25)
14. the sound of goodbye (6:21)
15. Safe from harm (4:57)
16. I'm so crazy (3:39)
17. Can't stop dancing (5:59)"
An Irresistible Mix CD from the Former Thunderpuss DJ.
The Groove | Boston, MA | 05/03/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Chris Cox is one half of the now-defunct remixing team of Thunderpuss, and he's easily one of the best DJs specializing in highly energetic, mainstream-friendly dance music. Equally talented as a producer, remixer, and DJ, Cox can spin rings around the hilariously overrated Louie Devito. His latest mix CD, titled with tongue in cheek "12 Inches of Cox," is an insanely infectious trip through high energy disco with a few touches of glossy house. Thunderpuss' own instrumental, "Head," is a brash rush of energy so flaming, the groove will give you third degree burns. Pete Heller's sensual mix of Daft Punk's "Faster, Better, Harder, Stronger," is a fine excursion of dark twisted house, while Pete Rauhofer's mix of Narcotic Thrust's "Safe From Harm" and Chris Cox's own "I Believe" are guaranteed to fill up almost any club dancefloor. Of course, Cox couldn't resist including at least one Thunderpuss remix in this CD, so we get Inaya Day's "Can't Stop Dancin'," the disc's closing track. Pity that Cox and former partner Barry Harris decided to call it a day for Thunderpuss, for they were among the few DJs worthy of my time and money. But if you want a reminder of how good Cox is, then pick up this winning mix CD."