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Renaissance Worldwide Singapore
Various Artists
Renaissance Worldwide Singapore
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
  •  Track Listings (14) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #2
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #3

Another volume in this great DJ series! Disc 1: Mixed and compiled by David Morales Disc 2: Mixed and compiled by Dave Seaman Disc 3: Mixed and compiled by BT (ltd ed 3CD set)


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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: Renaissance Worldwide Singapore
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Import [Generic]
Release Date: 1/5/1999
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Trance, House, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaCD Credits: 3


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Another volume in this great DJ series! Disc 1: Mixed and compiled by David Morales Disc 2: Mixed and compiled by Dave Seaman Disc 3: Mixed and compiled by BT (ltd ed 3CD set)

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Decent but below standard for Renaissance
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Renaissance has a stunning track record, and prides itself on cutting-edge tracks. That's commendible, even when it doesn't work.This 3 CD set is an import and thus very expensive. Before you buy, check out the other Renaissance Worldwide releases, the London mix and Volume One. Both are far superior in consistancy and mixing. The Singapore set isn't bad, but not really worth the price.Disc One, David Morales, is very housy and not really my taste. Some of the songs kick in the booty, but I've never listened to this CD the whole way through...too many wailing women, too 'cheesy'.Disc Two by Dave Seamen is very good, and a bit more esoteric than his London mix. The last third of the CD really opens up, espicially the Garbage remix. Disc Three by BT is OK, but has its faults: he extends some of these songs too long without variety, and on other songs he 'layers' the sound a little too thick, marring great tunes like 'Bad Girl.' This CD ends very strong.Better than most 'techno' released in the US, but not on a par with other releases on this label. Kudos for experimentation, though."
Good, if you like a little variety
Kenneth B. Buck | NJ | 12/07/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This was the first CD I got from Rennaissance, being attracted to the BT mixed CD. Morales's mix is good house with some soul overtones in the beginning, not bad if you're into house. I love the way the Seaman CD has the good base of trance, but then incorparates 2 great songs by Howie B. and DJ shadow at the end, it's a nice treat to hear the bridge from trance to Shadow's unique hip-hop. The BT disc, which was actually mixed on ProTools and not a turntable, has some low points but overall it's not bad. The overall vibe is prog trance but has a little variation. I love the version of Godspeed that ends the compillation. I have too many mixes to compare to this, other than Sasha, but I'd say it's worth 30 bucks if you can tolerate old-fashioned house and a few other influences next to your trance. If not, buy Oakie or a Sasha mix."
Great Musical Document
Jorge Concha | Mexico City | 12/08/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"3 cds, every cd presenting the work of different DJs, in this case, David Morales: king of House, Dave Seaman: Great progressive house exponent, BT: ... Not exactly a DJ, but he explains what he did, why he did it and most important: The songs he is presenting have a meaning even in the order presented. Let's take for granted that this 3 cd album is 7 years old, and represents very well a moment in house music. My favorite cd is the David Morales set, if you are looking for house this is a masterpiece by the great Morales. Don't miss it."