DreamLab - Club Revival

Published Wednesday 27th June 2007
DreamLab - Club Revival
DreamLab - Club Revival

STYLE: Dance/Electronic
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 25308-12715
LABEL: Go! Global

Reviewed by Greg Inglis

Dreamlab is the brainchild of producer Paul Buono and Eric Nordhoff in partnership with underground group Fire 4 U. Mixed in Helsinki, Finland it is a 10-track mix of original and well known songs done in an electronic style. The gentler moments here like the closing "'Song To The Bride" work well with the more four-to-the-floor tracks like "Fire Of Love" and "Deep Calls To Deep". 'Club Revival' is, thankfully, not segued together which allows each piece of music to be appreciated for what it is and despite the difficulty in producing a coherent album within such a genre, Buono and friends appear to have pulled it off. My main criticism would be that some of the more trance-oriented material here still sound cheesily dated, notably "Let Us Come Before Him". But there is much to offer fans of a style of music which is woefully neglected by the Christian music scene, particularly the American one. I'm just off to get my glowsticks!

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Reader Comments

Posted by DJGusswho? Craig M in USA Gaffney SC @ 16:01 on Jul 23 2007

I would like some Christian viynls to spin a party for the youth at my church. My problem is I don't know where to find any christian trance in the States or how to go about finding any. If you could please drop some tips about finding some. Bro I think the music is better than regular trance music. God has been pulling at me enough own this, and after hearing your music I now know what he has been telling me. Thanks Brother.

Reply by TJ Diepsloot in Ottawa Canada @ 23:08 on Nov 29 2007

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