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Jimmy Van M Kiss100 2004-01-02

  • Title: Jimmy Van M Kiss100 2004-01-02
  • Artist: Kiss100
  • Album: 2004
  • Year: 2004
  • Length: 61:18 minutes (84.19 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)
Rating Average: 9.2 (4 votes)



Comments

balance 10 was class like this

I always liked Jimmy Van M, from when I first saw him opening for Sasha and Digweed at Delta Heavy in 2002. He is such a down to earth guy, works his ass off. Remember now, he started Balance Promote. His Balance 10 (3 discs) were so nice. I find he gets put under the radar sometimes like Chris Fortier. The two are great friends and so underated at times. I enjoyed his Bedrock Disc more than Balance 10, just because Bedrock's disc was from a time when I really started pushing myself into electronic music.

I do wish the unknowns were ID'D tho. Especially track after Descent's Round Midnight

Absolute class...

Really good stuff.

tracklisting

Guy Gerber - Electric Mistress [Alternative Route]
Unknown
Marcello Castelli - Sonar
Pufo & Sin Plomo - Wind Up! [Fire]
Future Acoustics - Give It All Up (Main mix) [Plastic Fantastic]
Descent - Round Midnight [Fade]
Unknown
Unknown
Will Saul - Cliff (Infusion remix) [Simple records]
Gazor - Overlight [Minimal]

Much Underrated!!

Oh yes a much underrated dj no mistake. His bedrock cd is also worth searchin out and His Balance 10.1 disc worthy of an audition. Balance 10 is the weak link in the chain no matter we all have our of days.

Bongo?

One tasty mix: fun percussive prog filled with teknotic bongo loops. Might just have brought me back to an appreciation of Jimmy van M's buzz.