Mr Pit - Shana (Includ remixes Plastic Angel and Duderstadt remix) (2008)

Artist(s)
Mr Pit, Duderstadt, Plastic Angel
Release title
Shana, Love you More
Label name
Coldharbour
Release year
2008

Jetflag

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Jul 17, 2020
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love that distinct coldharbour sound from 2008. nice find.
 

aSeb

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Jul 13, 2020
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One of the finest Coldharbour releases. Every single mix is fantastic. Great memories.

Duderstadt Progressive mix is insane.
 

trancedanne

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Aug 11, 2021
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Nice melodies but all other elements are horrendous. Trance was filled with unecessary electro elements during these year. If this came out 2 years earlier only it would have been much better, in paticular the Plastic Angel remix
 

Progrez

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Nice melodies but all other elements are horrendous. Trance was filled with unecessary electro elements during these year. If this came out 2 years earlier only it would have been much better, in paticular the Plastic Angel remix
Yeah i agree those electroish sounds need to be removed it would have been even better track.
 

nightslapper

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Oct 5, 2023
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original mix was my instant love back in the days, Duderstadts take's bit too 'electro', the Plastic Angel vs. Duderstadt remix would've been my favorite version but it's got revealed the latest from the package, original mix stole my heart long ago by that time lol

Love You More is also a cool track, too bad Mr. Pit haven't followed this direction with melodic plucks and vocal chops later on, only the Beside Words track from 2009 has some similar chopped vocals

 

Peenuts

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Jun 28, 2020
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I've really come to appreciate Duderstadt's Progressive Dub in recent years. I'm not a fan of electro on its own, but I very much enjoyed the electro-trance hybrid movement of the mid/late 2000s.

The production quality was absolutely superb considering this was released in 2008. The stereo width on the bassline and the crisp percussion - really nice. Nothing beats the breakdown though. So very lush, with the dreamy pads, vocal chops and glitchy FX loops.

Looking back they only did a few of these electro-trance tracks, before they moved on to more commercial electro house stuff under their Impetto guise.