15 September 2008
|Vela (Original Mix)||Jaytech||128||A minor||5:37|
|Vela (Tritonal Air Up There Mix)||Jaytech||128||A minor||7:34|
|Vela (Myon & Shane 54 Remix)||Jaytech||128||A minor||6:51|
|Vela (Electrobios & Interplay Remix)||Jaytech||127||A minor||7:06|
Vela (Original Mix)
The simplicity & transmundane emotion iterates in the birdsweet euphony of Vela. Jaytech empyreally enriched his album with this.
From high above, as panspermially these tunes often are, Vela is fluviatile oneirism. Jaytech's acme extends past any ocean surface, or atmosphere.
Vela (Tritonal Air Up There Mix)
Vela (Myon & Shane 54 Remix)
A commensurate effort! This unconnected, irrelative, & unassociated refulgence complements the OM.
The solitary flaw is the tune's abstemiousness: although perfectly mixed, the tune is rarer than thylacines. Tunes should have time to infloresce deeper in our minds. With this 2008 orthodox trance electrotrash thieving all the time away, we need all the time that we can get.
Vela (Electrobios & Interplay Remix)
Justly from Anjunadeep 01, these three return the favour with slightly more effort than usual. The original atrament is imbricated with the lugubriosity to the bare minimum, & there's nothing at all in this that excels. AD01 is not ruined by this, as it has some creativity.