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  Sander Kleinenberg - This Is Everybody Too - Thrive
Rating: 5 out of 5! Rating: 5 out of 5! Rating: 5 out of 5! Rating: 5 out of 5! Rating: 5 out of 5!

by Roberto Torreggiani

This Is Everybody Too, the follow-up to last year's groundbreaking compilation on Renaissance, has the makings of a masterpiece. During a recent interview published in the Aussie magazine, The Scene* Sander stated that his latest release "is his idea of interesting and forward thinking dance music... and likes the fact that this CD has more soulful and funk influences." The aforementioned influences are strongly present, but he still keeps with his modus operandi of using minimal trance-tech tracks. Kleinenberg also shows his incredible range by including electro and nu wave flavors to complete this journey from the norm. These styles, coupled with the inclusion of two original productions by Sander ("The Right Time" and "The Fruit"), allows him to build on the foundation he laid previously with This Is Everybody. Ultimately, these uniquely different sounds, combined with his personal additions; become the "audible" palate that the Dutchman uses to develop his seamless composition.

The majority of selections featured on Too are not widely popular cuts that you would typically find on most big-name compilations. Instead, the individual song takes on the form of an "über track" when meshed with the one that follows. Immediate favorites are the mix from Spektrum's "Kinda New" to Daf vs. Daf's "Psycho Radio," and from Disc 2, Ericke's "Ya Don't Stop" mixed with Shineygray's "Why".

Art is best when it is not slapped with a label or lumped into a category. That being said, my words will not be able to fully capture the brilliance in Sander's programming skills. My advice to the potential collector is to listen without any preconceptions; then decide what moved you the most.

*Paraphrasing a 09/04 interview conducted by Stu Bransbury with


This Is Everybody Too from This Is Everybody Too
by Sander Kleinenberg

Disc 1:

  1. Christian Kleine "Disappearing Objects"
  2. Junior Boys "Birthday"
  3. Tanzmann & Voigt "Dining Room"
  4. Hot Toddy "Mindtrip"
  5. Hiratazka & Kazell "In Your Eyes"
  6. Blue Haze "Into Nothing" (Hamel Last Time in 9 Mix)
  7. Rowan Blades & Chris Lak "Filth" (Greed is Evil Mix)
  8. Infusion "Do To You in '82"
  9. Spektrum "Kinda new (tiefshwarz dub)
  10. Daf vs Daf "Psycho Radio"
  11. Planet Funk "The Switch" (King Unique Vocal)
  12. Hydroponics "Don't Stop Go"
  13. Sander Kleinenberg "The Right Time"
Disc 2:
  1. Robag Wruhme "Hugenduble"
  2. Sander Kleinenberg "The Fruit"
  3. Skai "Mir Geht's Gut"
  4. Jules Spinner "Rollin' On" (Garbo & Liede Rmx)
  5. Deepsky "Talk Like a Stranger" (Skylark Rmx)
  6. Ericke "Ya Don't Stop
  7. Shineygray "Why" (Wally Lopez Rmx)
  8. Nufrequency "808"
  9. Psycatron "Seventh Morning"
  10. D-Formation vs Riva "Work Together"
  11. Eday "Party to the Music" (Renee Amasz Rmx)
  12. Redanka "Waves" (Original)
  13. Redanka "Waves" (Bay of Islands Mix)

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