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Album Review

Deedrah's 2001 album Reload explores a range of hypnotic trance sounds with hints of the psychedelica of previous Dado albums to up-tempo progressive techno similar to John Digweed or Paul Van Dyk. The album begins with the deceptively slow melodic title track that kicks the groove into high gear after less than a minute. The breakneck pace continues with sophisticated detours into moody backroads. The 73-minute disc shares the same frenetic, fast-paced feel exhibited in Run Lola Run. The evocative songs range from the ethereal "Purple Unicorn" to the gate-crashing "Land of Freedom (2001 Mix)" to the hypnotic "Fireball." Reload combines pinches of noir stylishness and high beats per minute into a sublime, nocturnal trip. This uplifting, melodic trance disc is an expertly arranged, pleasurable listen throughout.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Deedrah (also known as Dado) was raised in a family of musicians, began studying music at the age of five, and found inspiration in the electronic music of the day, including Jean Michel Jarre, Depeche Mode, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and Simple Minds. His first musical foray was in the rock band Vision Quest, which disbanded in 1990. Soon thereafter, he teamed up with Christophe Drouillet at a French wave and formed the psychedelic trance act Transwave. It took the duo only three months to complete...
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