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Album Review

Dave Seaman's second contribution to the Global Underground series finds the U.K. DJ moving to a darker, less accessible sound than his previous album. The tracks still carry the tendencies of progressive house and trance, but these tracks seem less uplifting and more dreary, with each of the two discs submerging into a series of bland, hypnotic progressive house tracks before concluding with massive anthems. The first disc moves quickly into the great Futureshock remix of Moby's "Porcelain" — a totally reworked track that uses little more than the original's beautiful ambient synth hook — and then straight into the majestic female vocals of Ian Wilkie's "Guten Morgen." Following this haunting track, Seaman moves into a run of non-charismatic tracks that do little but keep the tempo pumping and the mood lulling until the final two tracks: remixes of Above's "New Day Dawning" and Breeder's "Tyrantanic" that conclude the disc with a powerful dose of progressive trance. Seaman composes a fairly similar set on the second disc, starting with the pristine strings of Pete Lazonby's "Sacred Cycles (Quivver Remix)" and dropping into a long run of dull tracks before concluding on an uplifting note with the vocal-driven "No Way Out" by Highland. While this album does function as a nice alternative to the anthem-filled progressive trance one might expect to hear with its rather melancholy trip into dark progressive house, it really needs to be listened to all the way through, unfortunately, requiring the sort of discipline many may not wish to invest.

Customer Reviews

Another Winner from Dave Seaman & Global Underground

WOW!!! Now this is what I'm talking about! It's been a long time since the 'Boxed Boys' put out a compilation this good! Dave Seaman's track selection and mixing skill show you exactly why he's one of the world's elite DJs. Cd 1 is good, but cd 2 completely kills it! It might be difficult to do, but I hope GU builds on this and churns out more comps of this caliber...

Keep the groove alive....

About time

First of all to Henry T- it wasn't "Cape Cod" it was Capetown... Which was Daves global underground sequel and still one of my all time favorite tribal trance mix's ever... (rui da silva's earth is worth it alone)

Anyways, this is the perfect "just in time for Halloween" album. It's got the twisted dark elements everyone worshiped about James Lavelles Bankok, and really has a huge track list for both mixes being under 70 minutes. Dave doesn't play out a bunch of 12 minute songs... He Really throws down some layering and rapid, yet seamlessly smooth transitions.

Download it!

My favorite since the last Audio Therapy!

Simply put, Dave Seaman is one of those DJ's who's been around a while, and continues to progress his quality of track selection and mixes. I've been listening to electronic music for a long time, so I was totally stoked when Dave introduced me to a world of some truly fantastic artists and styles that just click. In a world where copycat and replication are common, Dave's tracks stray away from that with a more diverse sense of musical quality. Get this album!!


Born: April 29, 1968 in Garforth, England

Genre: Dance

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

British producer, remixer, and DJ Dave Seaman is a veteran of the progressive house scene, with countless remixes, original productions, and DJ mixes to his credit. A party DJ since the '80s, Seaman became the editor of Mixmag, transforming it from a newsletter for DJs to a popular magazine covering the burgeoning acid house and rave scenes. The initial volume of the magazine's mix series, a mixtape by Seaman and Carl Cox, is considered to be the first legal, commercially released DJ mix. Seaman...
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