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Dave Angel - Frame By Frame mp3 download
Performer: Dave Angel
Title: Frame By Frame
Country: Japan
Released: 2011
Style: Techno, Tech House
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3 FLAC VOX AA RA TTA AU AAC AHX
FLAC size: 1603 mb | MP3 size: 1380 mb | WMA size: 1271 mb
Genre: Electronic

Frame By Frame ‎(CDr, Album). Frame By Frame ‎(CD, Album). On "Frame By Frame", Dave Angel achieves far more than simply showing off his influences. You need roots to make a collection of eleven tracks bloom like this. No doubt he has 'em. Reply Notify me 6 Helpful.

Dave Angel – Frame By Frame Remixes (7xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Plaza in Crowd 2011. Classics ◄ (5 versions) R&S Records 1996. 16 Flavours of Tech Funk (4xLP, Comp) React 1998. DA02: The Reworks Album (CD, Comp) Trust The DJ 2002 DJ Mixes. Trance Lunar Paradise ◄ (3 versions) Sound Dimension Recordings 1994. X-Mix-4 – Beyond The Heavens ◄ (4 versions) Studio !K7 1995. Darren Emerson & Dave Angel – Mixmag Live! Volume 13 – Techno ◄ (2 versions) DMC Publishing 1996

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Format: CD Cat: PIC 0052 Released: 26 May 12 Genre: Minimal/Tech House.

Album: Frame By Frame. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: April 29, 2014 - Dave Angel – Voodoo (2014).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Hunt 6:26
2 Atlantis 7:05
3 Game On 7:01
4 Zulu 7:51
5 On Point 6:45
6 Drop Top 6:58
7 Jet Stream 7:53
8 Counter Wave 7:46
9 Sense'i 5:49
10 Scots Warrior's 7:36
11 Type E
Featuring – Ken Ishii
6:51

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Intergroove

Credits

  • Producer – Dave Angel, Ken Ishii (tracks: 11)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4580349230024

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PICCD-005 Dave Angel Frame By Frame ‎(CDr, Album) Plaza In Crowd PICCD-005 Japan 2011
PICCD-005 Dave Angel Frame By Frame ‎(CD, Album) Plaza In Crowd PICCD-005 Germany 2011


Comments (1)
Nern
Eleven floorpleasing Techno goodies. Soulful and very funky all the way - from the crazy hooklines right down to the bone of those relentless, pumping grooves. No interludes. No "Look, mum, I can do ambient, too!"-fillers. No street credibility-seeking superdope downbeat skits. Just good old straight beats here. "Counter Wave" and "Zulu" are two heavy, clearly Saunderson-inspired Detroit bombs. "On Point" and "Jet Stream" ooze positive energy and bring some good vibes to the floor with their cool breakdowns and twists. "Drop Top" and "Scots Warriors" take a stroll down Minimal Lane, but still keep the warmth which makes this whole album very enjoyable and accessible.This collection of tracks has everything that made me fall in love with Techno around 1992. Genre boundaries were still vague back then, and you would hear elements of House, Trance, Progressive and Techno in the very same set - and just welcome every new tune with open ears and dance your good damn ass off to the music. I would not really call it an album - the order of the tracks works well, but more in the vein of a consistent deejay set (it's not mixed, however)."Type E", produced together with Ken Ishii, even has the balls to (reponsibly) lean towards Trance aesthetics - snarerolls, anyone? - and boy, does it sound great! No nostalgia dust on this one, though - this sounds just as fresh as Techno should in 2012.On "Frame By Frame", Dave Angel achieves far more than simply showing off his influences. You need roots to make a collection of eleven tracks bloom like this. No doubt he has 'em.