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Album Review

For several months, high-profile producer and DJ BT has presented a weekly program, dubbed Laptop Symphony, for Sirius XM. Here, he puts together a like-titled mix that acts as a permanent version of what a listener can expect to hear: an up-to-date cross-section of progressive trance and commercial dubstep and house — or EDM ("electronic dance music"). Appearances come from the likes of Feed Me ("Cloudburn"), Wolfgang Gartner ("Ménage à Trois"), and Ferry Corsten ("Punk [Arty Rock-n-Rolla Mix]"), as well as BT himself., Rovi

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The last BT album, These Hopeful Machines was released over 2 years ago, and it was a belter... So i was expecting big-tings from this compilation follow-up. Unfortunately it's a non-coherent collection of dubstep which sounds a little dated already. There are some good tunes and you get a lot of them for the price of a standard album but honestly Brian (if you are listening) quality over quantity is the aim of the game - people can now choose which tunes to purchase... and with Laptop Symphony (a name hinting to the lacklustre production perhaps) it's mainly filler, little killer and a fair few tunes which are plain anoying. Please get back to the studio.


IMA and ESCM are by far BTs best work. These albums are fluid and takes you on a journey. This album however is very disappointing. It sound like BT has moved completely away from the transitional trance melodies and crashed and burned into drum and base. It really is a shame.


Born: 04 October 1970 in Rockville, MD

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

His concept of epic house inspired by the classical training he received from an early age, Brian Transeau revitalized the British dance community in the mid-'90s and provided a point of entry for later dream house merchants like Robert Miles, Sash!, and BBE (though Transeau had, for the most part, left the style behind by the time of its pop success during 1997-1998). After his debut album appeared in late 1995 (as BT), Transeau hit the dance charts when his remix of Tori Amos' "Blue Skies" became...
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