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Danny Tenaglia - Global Underground 010: Athens Album

Danny Tenaglia - Global Underground 010: Athens Album

  • Performer: Danny Tenaglia
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Global Underground 010: Athens
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Deep House, Tech House
  • MP3 version size: 2313 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1968 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 558

Tracklist

TiltSeduction Of Orpheus7:49
Danny Tenaglia Ft. Liz TorresTurn Me On (John Ciafone's Dub)6:35
Mac ZimmsBatido5:23
The DeepDom Dom Jump5:52
Two Right WrongansSystem Error5:45
Stuff ItRelease The Pressure6:22
Yves DeruyterFeel Free7:28
Danny Tenaglia Ft. CeledaMusic Is The Answer8:20
Miss Kittin & The HackerFrank Sinatra3:39
E.B.E. Deimos4:24
Unknown ArtistLapis Lazuli EP3:11
The ScumfrogThe Water Song5:23
B.P.T.Moody6:51
M.I.K.E.Deepest Jungle6:09
Return Of The NativeDa After6:00
Alexi DelanoDebajo4:30
Robbie RiveraFeel This5:23
St EtienneCool Kids Of Death9:41
Dahlback & KromeThe Real Jazz (Dahlbäck Mix)5:00
BarbarusPhonic Crawl4:37
Mr. James BarthStealin Music4:45
IcarusRound Midnight4:02
Stereo DancerAbsolute Reason7:18
Anthony RotherRed Light District7:31

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GU010CDDanny Tenaglia Global Underground 010: Athens ‎(2xCD, Mixed)BoxedGU010CDUK1999
90511-2Danny Tenaglia Global Underground 004: Danny Tenaglia - Athens ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Car)Thrive Records, Boxed90511-2US1999
GU010CDXDanny Tenaglia Global Underground 010: Athens ‎(2xCD, Comp, Ltd, Mixed)BoxedGU010CDXUK1999
GU010CDDanny Tenaglia Global Underground 010: Athens ‎(2xCD, Mixed, RE)BoxedGU010CDUK1999
GU010TDanny Tenaglia Global Underground 010: Athens ‎(2xCass, Comp, Mixed)BoxedGU010TUK1999
GU010CDDanny Tenaglia Global Underground 010: Athens ‎(2xCD, Mixed, RE)Global Underground GU010CDSingapore2001
GU010CDDanny Tenaglia Global Underground 010: Athens ‎(2xCD, Mixed, RE)Global Underground GU010CDUK2001
GU010VIN, GU010Danny Tenaglia Global Underground 010: Athens ‎(3x12", Comp, Ltd)Global Underground , Global Underground GU010VIN, GU010UK2002

Album

Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1999 CD от Global Underground 010: Athens на Underground 010: Danny Tenaglia, Athens is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by Danny Tenaglia. The mix is a retrospective look at a set in Athens, Greece. Tenaglias Athens mix is another seminal moment in GU history. Securing him was a major coup for the brand, which up to this point had been exclusively the preserve of British DJs. Dannys tripped out tribalism was the hottest sound in clubland. His all-day sets at Miamis annual Winter Music Conference were. The Classic Mix CD Series. 120 - Global Underground: 020 Singapore - Darren Emerson 2001. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Current track: Desyn Masiello Essential Mix 03-10-2004Desyn Masiello Essential Mix 03-10-2004. Songs in album Global Underground 010 - Athens. Danny Tenaglia 1999. Stereo Dancer - Absolute Reason. Danny Tenaglia - Music Is The Answer. Global Underground 010: Danny Tenaglia, Athens CD1 Sexy,deep,dark house packed full of tracks that carry thier guns slung flashy tricks just a Underground 010: Danny Tenaglia, Athens is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by Danny Tenaglia. DJs from around the world rushed home to infuse their own residencies with dark, twisted drum-fuelled tracks, but Tenaglia remained the undisputed master of the genre. Listen free to Danny Tenaglia Global Underground 010: Athens Absolute Reason, Moody and more. 23 tracks 134:03. Monday 9 March 2020. Tuesday 10 March 2020. Wednesday 11 March 2020. Danny Tenaglia. Global Underground: Athens. Global Underground 004: Athens Deluxe. Global Underground GU 010CDX. Global Underground 010: Athens. Danny Tenaglia Format: Audio CD. Tenaglia takes the Athens set in several various directions. The beginning of disc one is slow, undulating bass hypnosis. Then Vol. 3 drops a thick, fat beat that will absolutely make you move. Features Song Lyrics for Danny Tenaglia feat. Celeda's Global Underground 010: Danny Tenaglia in Athens album

Performer

Danny Tenaglia: New York-based DJ and Grammy-nominated record producer. He is also a 3 time International Dance Music Award winner, 3 time DJ Awards winner and 2 time Muzik Awards recipient. Live Again, Walking On Thin Ice, Music Is the Answer и другие песни. Danny Tenaglia DJ. Be Yourself . About danny tenaglia dj. Be Yourself. and no one else. 229,301 people like this. 234,694 people follow this. Contact Danny Tenaglia DJ on Messenger. The tale of Danny Tenaglia's love affair with music, and the world's subsequent romance with him, is one of the critical veins in the body of dance music. He is every dancer's secret discovery a rand. New York. 66 Tracks. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Danny Tenaglia Official on your desktop or mobile device. He is every dancer's secret discovery a random purchase at the record store, a reluctant night out that unexpectedly turned magic. Explosive success came not behind a major label release, or a world tour, or a radio hit remix: It happened when enough people had the private Tenaglia experience for themselves. Listen to music from Danny Tenaglia like Bottom Heavy, Music Is the Answer - FractaLL & Hippocoon Remix & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Danny Tenaglia. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Город: New York, Danny Tenaglia born March 7, 1961 is a New York-based DJ and Grammy-nominated record producer. At the age of ten, Tenaglia first started to collect records. In 1979, he began going to nightclub Paradise Garage, where DJ Larry Levan's genre-less blend of music appealed to him. This was the club model Tenaglia would one day emulate: Levan's bold style, the venue's plain décor. Danny Tenaglia - Global Underground: London CD1 - Продолжительность: 1: Brooklynite Danny Tenaglia got his start as a DJ in the early 1980s. Except for a brief tenure in Miami, Tenaglia stayed centered in New York City, where he became one of the premiere DJs of the citys house scene. At the dawn of the 90s Teneglia was in demand as a producer and remixer, and Tenaglia mixes like Surrender Yourself and Bottom Heavy became club smashes. Danny Tenaglia. Top Songs. Music Is the Answer Dancin' and Prancin'. Music Is the Answer Original Extended 12 Mix. Celeda & Danny Tenaglia. Live Again. Layton Giordani & Danny Tenaglia. Space Dance Vox. Danny Tenaglia: все альбомы, включая Don't Turn Your Back , Live Again , Harmonica Track, Love Or Lust и другие

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Comments

Ieslyaenn Ieslyaenn
Of all the tracks from this mix they could have included onthe 3x12"... they really dropped the ball on this one. The Real Jazz is cool and all but System Error and few select others should have been mandatory.
Hiylchis Hiylchis
I have this CD (exact barcode match), but the label identified on the front/back covers and within the booklet is Boxed, not Global Underground Ltd.
Brightfury Brightfury
GU10 is one of the most fully-realized dance music compilations of all time by a larger-than-life artist. Danny Tenaglia has always been a deejay's deejay, an artist who stood outside the boundaries and made his own rules. He's not without his share of mystery-- something impenetrable about the man. His music, spellbinding, provides its own guilt-free vision of hell and no cliches. It was the perfect soundtrack to the hedonistic nineties. I miss nothing in life. No regrets. But I'd give anything to be back on that dance-floor at the Factory and that Steve Dash sound-system when Danny is playing. I first heard him at Fifth Column in DC in 1992 or 1993 when Dubfire (formerly of Deep Dish) brought him so the rest of us could have a listen at his New York boy with the weird name that he kept raving about. And man. From the first time on you could tell there was fire in that belly.LeTenia, Paris (2014)
Nothing personal Nothing personal
The first disc of this compilation was basically my introduction to proper EDM. I still don’t really recall why I had a copy of it illegally downloaded on my hard drive (I’ve since bought proper copies of the CD) but I did and the rest is, as they say, history. Ten years after first hearing disc one I am confident that my view that it is one of the finest expressions of electronic music you’ll ever hear is not about sentiment anywhere near as much as it is a reflection of the reality that disc one becomes more relevant every time I hear it. Timelessness is a great indicator of a quality release; that this disc seems to become more relevant on each listen suggests a rare genius on the part of the artist. Before I go any further I ought to deal with disc 2 and the release as a whole. There probably isn’t much that can be added to the comments of those who have previously posted on this page. To sum it up, the two CDs are a perfectly cohesive narrative for an increasingly rare style of DJing/track selection and a sound that is essentially a genre of its own (GU 10 spans the deepest house through to uplifting trance and covers everything in between without a single hint that one sound is even slightly out of place). The down point with disc two, following the inevitable comparison with disc one, is that it ultimately dated even if it took the best part of a decade to do so. It is probably just another way of articulating the strength of this release to say that the pitched down techno of disc two was probably the motivation for the dark tribal and progressive house favoured by many world renowned DJs for the best part of 10 years after the release of GU10. Getting back to the first disc, I was initially fascinated by the raw sexuality present throughout which, when combined with the stunning depth of the opening sequence of tracks conjured a mystique about Tenaglia, NYC and Tunnel (about which I had read so much) which I’ve never really gotten over. I wouldn’t even know where to start if I was to select a favourite track. Anthony and Tuttle’s (incorrectly referred to as “Stereo Dancer”) touch up of Cyrus’ “Presence”, renamed “Absolute Reason”, sets the tone perfectly with its cavernous yet slow burning dub chords. Lapis Lazuli is the bridge which connects the opening dub sequence with the irreverent sleaze and dark funk of BPT’s “Moody” and Ciafone’s Chiapet remix of “Turn Me On”. Tenaglia consolidates with “System Error” which, again, bridges the previous phase of the mix with the next, soulful/tribal segment. The layering of the “Music is the Answer” vocals on Dahlback’s remix of “The Real Jazz” is a particular highlight, breathing a genuinely soulful flair into a mix that, to this point, has a purely dark aesthetic.“Dom Dom Jump” and Delano’s “Dejabo” drag the mix back into the black with Dejabo in particular suffocating the mix under its distorted, grinding dubby stabs. This is somehow the precursor to the set’s most uplifting moment and perhaps its masterstroke. The set then takes off, soaring on the back of “The Water Song’s” incredible otherworldly melodies, beginning the crescendo of the mix. Mull’s “Round Midnight” substitutes the uplifting grace of Scumfrog’s track with the driving kicks of one of the better tracks to come out of the first wave of Sweedish techno, while EBE’s “Deimos” takes the set to its climax. Any fans of Basic Channel and dub techno would appreciate that Deimos is one of the genre’s best tracks and, as far as I can tell, is a chronically under-utilised and under-appreciated techno track. Finally, and without anywhere else to go, Tenaglia turns to the pure filth of Miss Kitten & The Hacker’s “Frank Sinatra” and Rother’s “Red Light District” in a move that seems ridiculously obvious, because it is such a perfect conclusion, but for the reality that DT is possibly the only guy that would think to pull it off. With the benefit of five or six years of delving as far into house and techno, and electronic music generally, as time will permit it seems Tengalia’s masterful combination of deep and dark house, dub (even tribal) techno and electro was so far ahead of its time that the scene has only really caught up with it in the last few years. Without having identified anything else that matches GU10 disc one earlier in time or in the 10 years following, I consider it to be the blueprint for a style of music that, whatever Tenaglia was doing at Tunnel aside, had no real wide ranging expression until 2008/2009 and the emergence of the NYC/Bunker guys like Levon Vincent, DJ Qu, Joey Anderson, Anthony Parasole, and Eric Cloutier. I’d love to get the views of this “second wave” on the significance of this release to what what they are now doing. It may have taken too long but it seems that this sound has finally founds its place. If this was their motivation it is no coincidence that these guys have gone on to take the world by storm.
Keramar Keramar
None of these tracks can be described as EDM. try again idiot.
Ahieones Ahieones
Disc one is good, Disc two is one my favorite mixes ever. Recently listened to it on a road trip driving through the canyons of Utah as the sun was coming up and at that moment, with the scenery, it sounded amazing. I will always have a certain nostalgia for these GU Mixes. Athens, San Francisco, New York and London are my favorites. They were so influential to my taste in dance music throughout my early 20's. There is plenty of good music now [2016], but these early GU releases were in a class by themselves.
Jonariara Jonariara
The first time I listened to this I thought it was boring, aside for two tracks that just totally captured me, BPT's Moody, and the John Ciafone dub of Turn Me On. I gave it a second listen, and I was like, wait, this isn't so bad. It's pretty good. "Frank Sinatra" is catchy even though it's completely stupid, and Red Light District is pretty groovy too. On the third listen, it finally clicked. It's an immense journey and certainly validated the hype that I was hearing about Tenaglia back during this time. It always puts a smile on my face. Everyone knows about Digweed's and Sasha's contributions to the GU series, but poor old Danny Tenaglia gets overlooked. Don't make that mistake.
Tall Tall
One of my favorite mixes ever, especially remembering being right there at the tunnel listening to Miss Kittin live.... not just listening to it, but watching it all happen in front of me word for word. This 2 cd set was perfectly put together and I will always regard it as one of the best, just like the DJ.
Onoxyleili Onoxyleili
I love this one to death. It probably has to do more with the fact of it being the first ever Global Underground DJ mix I confronted, and had never before heard anything like it. It blew me away. It still does. Though it has lost some power during the years, those who were there should enjoy it now more than ever before. The tracklist is fabulous- groovy, dance friendly, night time rolling house music. I've heard quite a few GU mixes since then, but hardly ever payed serious attention to whose mix was I listening to. I do however remember, that not a single one of those CDs struck me as much as Tennaglia's work here. The entire release gets my utmost respect for steering clear of cheesy anthemic tunes of any kind, which is something that very often gets on my nerves while listening to GU's more recent compilations. This is house music the way it's meant to be. Listen to the mix and you'll pretty much have a proper understanding of what I mean. Before the vast majority of the scene turned into a flock of dull following sheep, DJ Danny Tenaglia, one of the best in the business, showed how it's done. Hunt it down, buy it and cherish it until you die. Timeless music, blended in a perfect mix.
Thetalune Thetalune
Although I don't agree with the previous comment that Danny's 'Athens' mix is better than his 'London' mix, I will say that this is quite possibly the most cohesive set of tracks in the entire Global Underground series, with John Digweed's 'Los Angeles' mix following close behind. Danny spins us some deep, dark, shallow, and minimal-sounding records, inviting us on a journey through the subterranean. This mix, released in 1998, was a precursor to the flood of Dark Progressive House and Deep Trance tracks that would quickly surface afterwards. John Digweed seems to have been heavily influenced by Danny, releasing his "groundbreaking" (but not so groundbreaking) Global Underground 'Hong Kong' mix, mimicing the same deep and dark vibe. Standout tracks include Scumfrog's mesmerizing 'Watersong', Miss Kittins' neurotic 'Frank Sinatra', and Tilt's ever-fascinating 'Seduction of Orpheus'. As a whole, there are few mix CDs out that are so fluid. It's almost as if Danny is weaving a story through the music he plays. Any serious listener knows that the order of the songs played AS WELL AS the track selection are what make a DJ mix great. This is what separates the amateur from the professional. This CD is not for everyone and it's not for every occasion. Some tracks may bore the hell out of the listener with over 3 minutes of the same repetitive beats, but listen to it late at night right before bed, with all the lights out, and it will work its magic. This is a very enjoyable journey through the dark, brought to you by one of the most talented disc jockeys on the planet.
Thetath Thetath
Much better than Danny's later effort "London". Athens is pure deep dirty druggy 'tribal' house music,the best representation of THE Tenaglia sound.Also contains a classic sleeve note description from Dom Philips; "Sexy,deep,dark house packed full of tracks that carry thier guns slung low.No flashy tricks just a boom and a flash and another baseline from disco hell".As always,Dom was right on point.