An interesting album of Electronic music style down-tempo and in the Ambient style, from the producer of the Schiller project – Christopher Von Deylen.
Bluchel & Von Deylen – Bi Polar
He is best known for his work in house and trance styles, collaborated with a number of notable performers from this scene, including Ferry Corsten, Danny Tenaglia, Henry Scott, Dave Seaman, Trance Allstars, and John Digweed. After Schiller – Christopher Von Deylen – received the Echo Award in the category “Best German Album” in 2002, no one had any doubts that he became the star of the world pop scene from the highest paid club actor.
This album is very similar in some places to the music of Schiller, and it’s not surprising, as some of the compositions are written together with Christopher. There are almost no vocal parts, and this is the main difference of the disc. However, the content is interesting enough, and deserves attention. This is far better a collaboration between Harald AKA (Cosmic Baby)and the Schiller mastermind, Christopher Von Deylen.
Their take on the set of classical selections is comparable to that or William Orbit’s Pieces in a Modern Style, although they have that Cosmic and Schiller feel. Its a dynamite combination, two superstars, two geniuses… Definitely a group to follow. Hopefully they will continue to collaborate and create more fantastic soundscapes. As in the movies, its a two thumbs up for this release.
01. Bluchel & Von Deylen – Gymnopedie No.1.mp3
02. Bluchel & Von Deylen – Etoile Polaire.mp3
03. Bluchel & Von Deylen – Budapest – Bukarest.mp3
04. Bluchel & Von Deylen – Summertime.mp3
05. Bluchel & Von Deylen – Struggle For Pleasure.mp3
06. Bluchel & Von Deylen – Departure.mp3
07. Bluchel & Von Deylen – Kreuz Des Sudens.mp3
08. Bluchel & Von Deylen – Gymnopedie No.3.mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Package size: 124 Mb
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