Clear Blue Water

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ADD008

24 September 2007

Released on AnjunaDigital, this is a pinnacle of trance remixed.

Mix Act Key Duration
Clear Blue Water (Original Mix) OceanLab C# minor 7:50
Clear Blue Water (Above & Beyond Progressive Mix) OceanLab C# minor 6:41
Clear Blue Water (Ferry Corsten Remix) OceanLab C# minor 7:20
Clear Blue Water (Geert Huinink Remix) OceanLab E major 7:57
Clear Blue Water (DJ Astrid's Water Solo Remix) OceanLab C# major 6:19
Clear Blue Water (Hennes & Cold Chill Remix) OceanLab C# minor 2:09
Clear Blue Water (Hennes & Cold Instrumental Remix) OceanLab C# minor 9:33
Clear Blue Water (Hennes & Cold Remix) OceanLab C# minor 9:33

Clear Blue Water (Original Mix)

As always with OceanLab (pre-'Another Chance'), the vocals are illimitably sensual. The instrumentals per se are extremely electronic, & simplistic, & as mandatory for OceanLab (pre-'Another Chance'), invaluable. The air & water are charged, & about to spark.
Justine Suissa overawes, as usual. The vocals add a splash of dolour to the already plaintive electrophones.

Clear Blue Water (Music Video)

Goodbye, & thank for all the lampreys, this vid says to me. The laziest dancers & the laziest video editing plead 'Why bother, if you won't try?' I would never spend money on this. The film "Blue" is just the colour blue, & it's more interesting than this.[1]

Clear Blue Water (Above & Beyond Progressive Mix)

This breaks into a tranquil, original, virtuosic tune analysis, followed immediately by a heap of trash, & never rebounding.
There is a small tune that plays at the end of every few bars, regularly. It is sometimes abbreviated. It serves little purpose.
Is this worth listening to? No.

Clear Blue Water (Ferry Corsten Remix)

Included in Sirens Of The Sea Remixed, this is an exceptionally epic remix. This singular, captivating rework has a repaced structure in the climaxes.
Both climaxes are vivacious, & tremendous per se. & it is the tune breakdown that melts the tungsten.
This analysis is zenithally empyral. Forty seconds long, this is a moment direct from Elysium.

Clear Blue Water (Geert Huinink Remix)

This is an unrelated remix with uplifting orchestral force. The tune intro has a nice style, though not at all substance. The climax is a chilled declensive expanse of trash.

Clear Blue Water (DJ Astrid's Water Solo Remix)

This is pure trash! Electrotrash gives way to a few seconds of tuneless vocals. The only not reprehensible part of this waste of time is a couple of seconds of simple, high-pitched sunlessness in the 'climax'. & even that is totally wasted.

Clear Blue Water (Hennes & Cold Chill Remix)

This juxtaposes the vocals with original, tenebrous synth. The vocals are also distorted at some part in this. This is not worth investigating.

Clear Blue Water (Hennes & Cold Remix)

This is their chill remix copied & pasted, & framed with a contemptibility.

Clear Blue Water (Mike Shiver Garden State Remix)

From Anjunabeats One Hundred, this is a completely original rework.
Before the climax, the Swede softly & percussively expounds a tune more befitting of the most recent & not the contemporary OceanLab.
The climax begins tunelessly, with unmemorable electrotrash. He took greater care of that later, such as in his mixes of Everafter by Tritonal, & Ohh.

The tune is emotionally enervated. The structure suggests greatness, & the result promulgates stolidity. Thankfully, this didn't go to waste.