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Album Review

House/garage darling Chris Brann took his profile to new heights with his Ananda Project debut album, Release. Now he follows with the mandatory remix album, featuring heavy hitters King Britt, Blaze, and Lil' Louis Vega contributing individual reworkings of original album tracks. While there is undoubtedly some quality music on this disc, notably the early morning heartbeat rhythm of "Falling for You — G-Pal's Child of the Sun Mix," the vibe never strays far from the original Release. So while these remixes make perfect sense in the context of a DJ looking for a slightly different twist to move the crowd, the CD makes you wonder if anyone would ever actually pick up both discs and ask, "Am I in the mood for Release or Re-Release?"

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Multi-instrumentalist and dance guru Chris Brann, who is the mastermind behind other garage/house tasks such as the Wamdue Project, Wamdue Kidz, and P'Taah, spawned another house-bred project in the late '90s, aptly titled the Ananda Project. The Ananda Project was originally a side thing until Brann was sought out to write a song for the dance label King Street. The song turned into a working relationship with singer/songwriter Gaelle Adisson,...
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