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4.6 out of 5
51 Ratings
51 Ratings
BrandiValladolid ,

ATB Moving Melodies

Upbeat, light, quick but controlled steady, sensual. Exudes movement and light beautifully; at its apex you are momentarily coaxed into a decadently and delicately somber moment before being treated to some of the best instrumental solos electronic music has to offer. An often mischaracterized medium, this is electronic without artifice; you'll find yourself willingly sliding along with it on all its twists and turns like a vine toward the light, blissfully un-preoccupied with "why". While indulgent in some respects, the beauty of simplicity abounds on this CD. Through all of it ATB manages to achieve the same kind of earnestness and sensuality you'll find in any blues collection.

This CD is home to me. I've listened to it at many stages in life and never been disappointed. It mimics the ebb and flow of life beautifully. It takes me back to a week of swimming in the oceans of Kauai, hiking up the Napali Coast walking around London on cloudy days, sipping wine on a hot Bangkok night or years back relaxing with friends after a night of dropping E, blissed out, content and thrilled to be under the stars for that one moment. Long roadtrips through stretches and endless stretches or dark highway, planes, airports, (one of my favorite times to listen to it is at take off) It's the smell of the desert during monsoon season; swimming with my dog and catching a sunrise jog together when she was young; listening to certain tracks I can hear my feet crunch the gravel with her pawprints in the sand next to me, a blur of orange in a red desert under a purple sky. Always a bit of a secret garden for me, its a direct portal to the times I have been most hungry for life; inspired by the beauty of so many moments, while eagerly being propelled toward the next.

SuthernDesign ,

Missing 2 Songs

This is a partial album. Unfortunately two of the most impressive ambient tracks were dropped.

Missing track 7 (Too Much Rain [ATB Vs. Woody van Eyden Mix]) and track 12 (Beach Vibes by Eff)

KairoATX ,

Have been a fan since...

This was the first ATB album that I had heard in 1999. The songs and style have always been unforgettable. This album made me a fan, a fan for life. Definitely recommended!

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