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Jochen Miller - 9 Minutes / Eclipse FLAC album

Tracklist

9 Minutes 9:01
Eclipse 8:01

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HCR068 Jochen Miller 9 Minutes / Eclipse ‎(2xFile, WAV) High Contrast Recordings HCR068 Netherlands 2008
HCR.068 Jochen Miller 9 Minutes / Eclipse ‎(12") High Contrast Recordings HCR.068 Netherlands 2008
HCR068 Jochen Miller 9 Minutes / Eclipse ‎(2xFile, MP3) High Contrast Recordings HCR068 Netherlands 2008
HCR068 Jochen Miller 9 Minutes / Eclipse ‎(CDr, Single) High Contrast Recordings HCR068 Netherlands 2008


Jochen Miller - 9 Minutes / Eclipse FLAC album

Musician performer: Jochen Miller

Title: 9 Minutes / Eclipse

Country: Netherlands

Date of release: 2008

Style: Trance, Progressive Trance

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1992 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 853

Other Formats: DXD DTS VOC XM MPC FLAC VQF

Related to Jochen Miller - 9 Minutes / Eclipse FLAC Albums

Ddilonyne
Benno de Goeij exercises his considerable production prowess even further on this release and teams up with Jochen to create one of the best releases of the year by far. Out of the two tracks, "9 Minutes" proved the most popular and gained a great deal of airplay thanks to its intense building atmosphere, epic melody and oddly self-explanatory title. However, for me "Eclipse" is the real star of the release and has become one of my personal favourites well into 2009. The track is built on a very raw tech house sound and progresses into 'trancier' areas with an addictive quasi-electro melody; think "Lost Connection" but 'bouncier' and uplifting. The breakdown is when it all comes together with a fully developed uplifting/electro sound that continues after the drop back into the complex techy foundations. A perfect compliment to the darkness (and overall sound) of the previous track. Yet another A-grade release on High Contrast!
Ddilonyne
Benno de Goeij exercises his considerable production prowess even further on this release and teams up with Jochen to create one of the best releases of the year by far. Out of the two tracks, "9 Minutes" proved the most popular and gained a great deal of airplay thanks to its intense building atmosphere, epic melody and oddly self-explanatory title. However, for me "Eclipse" is the real star of the release and has become one of my personal favourites well into 2009. The track is built on a very raw tech house sound and progresses into 'trancier' areas with an addictive quasi-electro melody; think "Lost Connection" but 'bouncier' and uplifting. The breakdown is when it all comes together with a fully developed uplifting/electro sound that continues after the drop back into the complex techy foundations. A perfect compliment to the darkness (and overall sound) of the previous track. Yet another A-grade release on High Contrast!