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MixMag voted Renaissance: The Mix Collection the #1 mix CD of all time, stating, "For many it was the first mix compilation they bought and, for us, it remains the best."
Upon its release in 1994, Renaissance: The Mix Collection by Sasha amp; John Digweed launched the dance music compilation market and went on to become the first ever DJ/Club mix to reach gold status in sales in the UK. The triple-disc set served as a blueprint for the music scene of the time (heralded as the golden age of British dance) and featured works by Moby, Leftfield, Fluke, Bedrock, EMF, Inner City and many more.
A decade later, Renaissance celebrates the albums 10-year anniversary with a re-release of The Mix Collection available for the American fans. The new triple disc set will feature revamped artwork and was re-mastered by the architects themselves, Sasha and John Digweed using modern techniques that werent available 10 years ago for a stellar sound!
Reissuing old dance records can be dicey, because so many of them don't age well. There are exceptions, of course, like this digitally spiffed up and beautifully packaged, 3-disc "i"Renaissance collection from Sasha and John Digweed. Released originally in 1994, it's become a milestone representing not only the celebrated duo's first recorded mix but also a snapshot of British dance at its raving, glorious peak. Disc 1 opens with a triplet of Leftfield's "Song for Life" and moves through still-potent tracks from Disco Evangelists ("De Niro") and F. Machine ("Child Bride"). The run continues on discs 2 and 3, as it lightly glides through Fluke's "Slide" and EMF's "They're Here." And what would a trip down amnesia lane be without a stop at Moby's "Go"? Nostalgia only goes so far, and some songs that sounded great at the time are a little soft now (see "Not Over Yet"). But that innocence gets at the heart of the collection's appeal, reminding us of when dance music seemed primed to take over the planet. Matthew Cooke