25 June 2005
|Northern Lights (Original Mix)||Smith & Pledger||F# minor||138||7:41|
|Northern Lights (Phil Johnston vs. Aspekt Remix)||Smith & Pledger||F# minor||128||8:03|
Northern Lights (Original Mix)
This is filled with variegated ascensions. They immensely elevate the emotion, which is fortunate because the tune this time is not seraphic.
Out of a psychedelic brume writhes an exhilarative dolour that comes to pulse with the ascensions. After the tune drops out, the ascensions persist, & all silences for another climax. More, electrotrash plays instead.
It's more asperous, & darker than before. A few seconds of warning are given before another mediate cataract of dolour.
The second half of this climax is thankfully overlaid with the brume, making this lowest-grade cherubic.
The brume is the only integrant worthy of attention. Although it's tremendous for listening to, there isn't enough brume to make this optimal, & thus buying.
This is the oldest song in 10 Years Of Anjunabeats. Thankfully, it has a couple of remixes.
Northern Lights (Phil Johnston vs. Aspekt Remix)
I can't find anything else by Johnston, except a video game credit for some trash. Otherwise there's nothing.
Halfway through, & after minutes of trash, they display the ascensions solitarily, with a regular background haunting effect in tune, magnifying the emotion, though nothing original. As in it's taken from the OM. Not the effect, but the tune.
Then the climax hits, & it's a quick Formula Rossa-structured trash declension that ends up in more trash. Do not buy this mix.
Northern Lights (Breakfast Remix)
The diamantiferous Casey broke the mold of both S & P & 10 Years Of Anjunabeats by actually producing something sensational. Pedentously fulgurant, this takes the anodyne original & reshapes it into exundating inebriety, a result of spending some time on the OM, which S & P could have done.