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Very Disappointed

I am a huge Sasha fan - from his classic singles to his full blown mixed albums. I started to lose a little faith in Sasha a few years back after he came up with the Invol2ver album and it was still pretty solid but lacking a little bit of that X Factor Sasha en3rgy (misspell intended). Then he came up with a couple of dance singles - collectively the Emfire Collection I believe. They were really subpar (solid production quality however), but lacking, especially because the bar was raised by Sasha so high up before. Then he came up with this interesting single with Krister Linder (track titled Cut Me Down). I felt this track was something that really needed to be refined in the woodshop and it wasn't a cohesive and solid track with this next big step that Sasha took with vocals. Needless to say, Krister has a very unique and appealing voice, but the collobaration wasn't a complete package. Sasha even released the song via music stems and held a contest for someone to remix it (kind of a metaphor for the original's lack). Then I consider Involv3r to be a progression from the style that he worked on with Krister years down the road. Much much more solid then what I heard from Cut Me Down for each track and the mixes between songs were almost completely solid except for a few weird little ticks on mixing tracks toward the middle of the set. Overall, I am disappointed because toward the beginning of the song. Overall, he has great vocalists, his production is always squeeky clean with delectable audio artifacts and bits, and his transitions almost always top notch. Unfortunately, I was majorly let down because in the beginning it seems like Sasha's production was awkwardly trying to mesh with the vocalists and give way for the lines. Almost like Kobe and Shaq standing next to eachother in the middle of a game (back when they were back on the same team) and politely inquiring on who is going to take the next shot. As the mix progressed however, things smoothed over, a little of Sasha's true blue sound personality took over and the vocals sat in their just nicely. The reason why I am giving it 2 stars is due to extreme disappointment because of listening to 2 albums before that set the bar for this incredible artist - Airdrawndagger and Involver. His past subpar singles are forgivable, but the $16 for the album aside, I am such a huge fan because I expect a 10/10 performance from each album release, just like the albums he's created before. It's not everyday that you find such an amazing artist that you can connect with and trust with not just your money, but your ears and soul and Sasha was one.

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Some of the freshest, continually powerful, emotional, exceptionally creative music I've heard in awhile. My favorite part is the brilliant 45 minute video that you download by entering with a code on a website; it's at the end of the PDF that comes with this release:)

More like a beginner's set; much less than what I expect from Sasha

I'll preface this by saying I am a **massive** fan of Sasha's body of work.

I've loved the prior Involver albums, Airdrawndagger, his other Global Underground albums, Northern Exposure (less so where I can tell Digweed was more at the wheel - not that I totally dislike Digweed's stuff).

This album just lacks the depth and polish that I expect from Sasha. What we have here are straightforward tracks that lack the complexity, layering, and overall album progression I've come to associate with his previous work.

Don't get me wrong: This album is passable and still better than most. I just don't consider it to be worthy of the Involver moniker, nor is it a good representation of Sasha's true talent.

If you don't own the first two Involver albums, I **highly** recommend those above this one.

On a side note, the beatless mix is actually more entertaining to listen to than I would have thought.


Born: September 4, 1969 in Bangor, Wales

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

North Wales native Sasha became one of the world's most renowned and popular DJs, known for populist fusions of house, techno, and trance. Starting out in the late '80s as a club DJ, the former Alexander Coe got his first big break when he was hired by the dance club Shelly's to spin and rework popular sounds of the day. It was there that the young DJ found fame with the dance and house crowd, but it wasn't until he started laying down his grooves at the Haçienda and Renaissance that he become known...
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  • $14.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music
  • Released: Mar 17, 2013

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