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Unhooked: Hook Sessions
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
THE NEW ALBUM FROM AMERICA?S FAVORITE TRANCE DJ/PRODUCER! The winner of the "BEST DJ" award at the DANCESTAR USA 2002 AWARDS, voted #5 in BPM magazine?s "AMERICA?S FAVORITE DJ?S" list for 2004, and ranking #35 on DJ MAGAZ... more »
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THE NEW ALBUM FROM AMERICA?S FAVORITE TRANCE DJ/PRODUCER! The winner of the "BEST DJ" award at the DANCESTAR USA 2002 AWARDS, voted #5 in BPM magazine?s "AMERICA?S FAVORITE DJ?S" list for 2004, and ranking #35 on DJ MAGAZINE?S prestigious "TOP 100" DJs list of 2003, Christopher Lawrence is recognized the world over as one of the preeminent trance DJs. With the release of ?Un?Hooked? Christopher Lawrence?s production skills continue to unfold, revealing an album laced with progressive trance anthems like "Shredder" and "Cruise Control" alongside down tempo gems such as "Filmer". ?Un?Hooked? bristles with energy and passion from the onset, serving up enough melody and nuance to captivate even the most discerning listener. Drawing on tracks co-produced with seminal trance/techno producer Chris Cowie of legendary Hook Recordings fame, ?Un?Hooked? is sure to catapult Christopher Lawrence into the upper echelon of original electronic music artists. A continuous mix of original material. This CD is playable on all audio and digital formats.
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Top notch boom-tiss
N. P. Stathoulopoulos | Brooklyn, NY | 02/05/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"While the album starts off with the more downbeat 'Filmer', have no fear. Before long, an onslaught of some of the most straight-ahead boom-tiss gushes forth.
This is good, hard trance that simply...moves. If you've seen and heard Lawrence live, this is a good disc. This is a continuous mix of Lawrence's best tracks, though the mixing isn't the main focus. This thing pounds right out of the stereo, and is best listened to beginning-to-end, and then back to the beginning.
Easy to recommend, very dependable. Perfect driving music, which is why some of Lawrence's music pops up in video driving games (like 'Rush Hour' in Need for Speed 2). Also perfect for blowing up a mega-club."