The second volume in Suol's artist retrospective series, Reviewed, drills down into the 11-year career of Till Von Sein, gathering together highlights from the deep house producer's bulging back catalogue. Naturally, it provides a fine overview, serving up selections that will work in a variety of dancefloor situations (warm-up, peak-time, and so on). Highlights come thick and fast, from the deep tropical house grooves of "Sunday Madness" and the chunky, disco house-goes-to-the-warehouse vibes of Chopstick hook-up "Backhipe", to the rumbling sub-bass and incessant cowbells of "U N U", and the string-laden, soul-fired deep house brilliance of Kollektiv Turmstrasse's remix of Fritz Kalkbrenner and Thalestroem collaboration "Blueprint".
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