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Old skool bouncy happy hardcore / techno from DJ Prism, with thumping beats, synth stabs and throbbing bass. JMD provides an uplifting trance remix. Both versions are full, DJ friendly mixes suitable for mixing into a set.
Phish Funk stir up the dancefloor with two funky tracks. "Beautiful Geometry" is pure melodic, funky house with building riffs, groovy bass and pumping club beats, as well as lush synth pads adding a chilled, mellow feel. Dave Kent adds a bonus remix of Phish Funk's "Phenomenon", retaining the original bouncy synth stabs and adding funky riffs and throbbing house beats. Both tracks are in full DJ friendly unmixed mp3 format with extended introduction and ending ideal for mixing.
Trance influenced UK hardcore, combining warm, melodic arpeggio synth riffs and fills with thumping hardcore beats and bass. The track features a building intro followed by a breakbeat trance break in the middle, gradually increasing the energy until the main riff kicks in. Full mix featuring DJ friendly intro and outro for mixing.
UK hardcore producer Prism joins forces with funky house maestro Dave Kent for two unusual happy hardcore tracks, featuring pounding hardcore rhythms with funky house guitars and filtered vocals. Both tracks are full, unmixed DJ friendly versions ideal for including in your set.
In May 1997, Prism set out to create one of the happiest, bounciest, most uplifting rave tracks ever recorded. The UK happy hardcore scene was at its peak between 1995 and 1997, with techno stabs, gabba kick drums and frantic piano riffs the norm. Using only a Roland W30 workstation, Prism came up with this track, originally entitled Hard Elements, which was renamed Your Smile and remixed into the well known Blue Album mix in July 1997. Later in the year the track went online and gave Prism his first exposure in the fledgling UK Internet dance scene.
Ten years on, Prism's piano hardcore anthem gets the remix treatment with this special anniversary release. Prism himself presents a happy hardcore remake, with Beat Doctor providing an electro house mix. Both the original Blue Album mix and the 1998 remix are also featured with remastered versions of the full mixes.
Hold My Breath is pure uplifting trance with lush synth riffs, throbbing arpeggiated bass and bouncy club beats. The bonus track is a remix of the 2004 JMD track Jumpin' by Beat Doctor in a dark, slightly sinister electro house style.
Thumping hard yet melodic trance from JMD, ideal to get the dancefloors pumping while still featuring uplifting and listenable elements. The remix from Psychadelik Pedestrian keeps the uplifting trance synths and swaps the 4/4 club beats for distorted breaks and deep bass.
Uplifting UK happy hardcore with pianos, synths and old skool rave stabs. The original mix dates from 1997 and has been remastered for this release, with brand new 2007 remixes from Prism and BDW Rekordings maestro Vibemaster B, remixing for Toucan for the first time, included as well as a remastered version of the popular 2002 remix.
Search The Soul is Redmann's first track of 2007, and sees him reprise his slightly downtempo, yet still uplifting acoustic style first evident on his popular 2002 track Embrace. The original mix has a very catchy pop influenced tune that is likely to get anyone humming along, and features pianos, strings, funky bass and a mix of acoustic and electronic rhythms. Dave Kent's tongue-in-cheek remix speeds up the tempo with a slightly unusual blend of house style breakbeats and rockin' funky guitar sounds.