Download links and information about D-Album by Yves Deruyter. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Trance, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:47:36 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, House, Trance, Dancefloor, Dance Pop|
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|1.||A Story About House (Original Mix)||12:12|
|2.||Calling Earth (DJ Erikk's Total Reconstruction Mix)||6:25|
|3.||Sexy Animals (Beastie Penetration Mix)||10:11|
|4.||The Rebel (Original Mix)||7:55|
|5.||Factor-Y (Album Mix)||8:41|
|6.||To the Rhythm (Original Mix)||9:00|
|8.||Bass Mekaniks (Original Mix)||9:46|
|9.||Me, Myself & M.I.K.E.||9:12|
|10.||Outsiders (Original Mix)||8:34|
|11.||Rave City (Cherry Mix)||4:41|
|12.||Feel Free (Original Mix)||12:21|
Effectively a singles collection with the required similar-sounding new tracks tossed in, Yves Deruyter's debut stuck to the old template of first-time dance artist albums but made up for it with a real ear for sweet and ultra-personal trance anthems. There's always been a hidden dub feel to Deruyter, and here it was used well time and again as the focusing pull of the darker tracks and their breakdowns, such as "Outsiders," a nasty effects-pummeling lifter, which created a satisfyingly intelligent atmosphere throughout. D-Album didn't have the thematic reliability of other upper-level dance LPs, but there was hardly a weak track on here, and even "Feel Free" and "To the Rhythm" still sounded tremendous years later.