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A great introduction to the House of OM

Although this is not the strongest compilation from the OM family, it surely deserves a place to provide old fans with some fresh remixes and provide a great introduction to a newbie. OM has always set the standard in new house music with its west coast brand of Jazzy, Funky and very uplifting brand of sound. OM Record's roster is certaintly original, as at the 'House of OM' you will never feel as though your hearing the same old disco sounding mixes that one would expect from this genere. This album reflects the smooth and often sophisticated sound of Jazz inspired remixes, and enough Funky booty kickin beats to remind you that House Music still can be a spiritual thing. Most notable is Colette, whom seems to be able to put a more mainstream pop appeal to this genere with enough balance to keep the sound fresh. Besides, how many pop divas from the pop world can sing live while mixing down some fresh mixes? Perhaps Colette can really let loose her opera trained vocals in future tracks and really blow the House roof off!

Not a bad set

This is another 3 star set from OM records, your average collection of house/dance. I imagine they just took some songs at random and slapped a Miami 2006 label on it, considering that I'm viewing this on 3/15/2006 and WMC doesn't really start for another week. In conclusion: buy it if you're lacking in house albums, otherwise I'd skip it.

Same, but remixed, except for Rithma.

I agree with others that most of the songs are some of the same from previous compilations, but slightly remixed. Even so, I must say that the mixing between tracks is phenomenally done and couldn't be anything less than what OM is known for. Rithma's track, "I Wish I Could Be Beautiful" deserves it’s own review. It's the only track that I found acceptable, since it features all of Rithma's best style and a fresher house side to his music. It's original and it gets me dancing each time I hear it, making it top recommendation by me: It’s really worth it. I liked OM's Decade Of Lounge release, since it featured non-mixed tracks. Nothing shortened, nothing being mixed into the next song, meaning if you don't like the song you can take it out of the playlist and not have to be reminded of it at the previous song's ending. I really wish they offered some type of option for this with their music sets. Still, I have to say that many of these tracks stay solid in quality, and it is highly recommended by me if you are new to OM's music.

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