JASEfos - Do What You Want (Max Graham Afterhours in Montreal Mix) [2004]

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JASEFos, Max Graham, Claire Sky (vocals)
Release title
Do What U Want
Label name
Shinemusic
Release year
2004

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Warning: vocals

Nice ethereal progressive trance track by Max Graham.
Claire's vocals are okay. I think they fit with the style of the track, though they sound a little bit metallic. The adlibs are neat, though!



Alternate, trancier/clubbier mix by Max Graham (Third street mix)


The Infusion mix is more like progressive house:

As far as I know, there is no "original mix" for this track.
 

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Love the Afterhours in Montreal Mix, the other two are awesome as well.
 
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Vocals are pretty nostalgic for me from the ISOS listens back in the day. Wouldnt say I am in love with them though, they kind of go on abit, or try and do to much, all over the place melodically. There is something unique and sexy about them though... "I'll be here for you" part is really nice.

That was the Montreal remix on ISOS right? Thats the only one I heard until now, absolutely loving the Third Street mix.... It has a kind of house feel in one small section near the end, when it changes the mood and drops into some minor. Vocal chops work really well, wish it was only chops (or dub). Infusion remix not bad but much prefer the others.
 
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I might just be misinterpreting, but JASEfos is not Max Graham. If you search on YouTube for the track under its full artist name, "Jase From Outer Space", you'll find another half-dozen remixes. But you're right, there is no original.
 

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I might just be misinterpreting, but JASEfos is not Max Graham. If you search on YouTube for the track under its full artist name, "Jase From Outer Space", you'll find another half-dozen remixes. But you're right, there is no original.
OP is a little ambiguous, yeah. JaseFOS is not Max Graham, though with this thread I wanted to highlight the Afterhours in Montreal mix