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Defined By Association

Format: 2xLP
Cat: INGOMA 002
Released: 14 Apr 06
Genre: Techno
Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Deck Chair Drums"
2. "Breakaway Faction"
Side 2
1. "Be Dancing Girl"
2. "First Mode"
Side 3
1. "Now Stop Dancer"
2. "Happt Pill"
3. "Pause For The Drumer"
Side 4
1. "Finaz Mix"
2. "Cut 'n Blow"
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Review

Paul Mac is one of the grandmasters of electronic music, he has had over 100 releases on more than thirty labels and DJ gigs on all 5 continents. He is either in Brazil, Venezuela and Japan a superstar and proves with "Defined By Association" that he is one of the most respected producers of our time. He delivers a classic masterpiece showing that he manages to make excellent tracks in all genres of electronic music from house to tribal beats, from rave anthems to sophisticated atmospheric ambient tracks . He also show his versatility in the studio by having a masterful skill with the use of vocal samples. His intro is hypnotic and it neatly ushers in the mood of the groovy sound of the first three tracks of the album - "Seatdown", "First Mode" and "Happy Pill" which all create an excellent mood with their Detroit-orientated smooth grooves. There is also heavy inspiration from world music sounds with tribal drums and interesting programming always playing a part. "Cut & Slow" is Paul Mac's oral sex anthem for the eternity in which a sexy girls voice explains everything you want to know about the topic. The track "Evolving" leads us to the second part of the album which gets more energetic from track to track. "Non stop dancer" is a kicking tribal house anthem. "Big dancing girl" could be a hit on the Carnival of Rio de Janeiro and the "Deck Chair Drums" is equally solid. The last two tracks "Braincandy Faction" and "The Final Mix" are a superbly contrasting softer touch and round off the masterpiece very nicely.

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