Music For The Maases

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  • Summary: A double-disc live mix set from the German DJ, ranging from trance to house.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
  1. Alternative Press
    80
    Embraced by trance, breakbeat, and house DJs alike, Maas has been heard in almost every sort of dance setting, so he's earned the right to his own compilation. [2/2001, p.85]
  2. Spin
    80
    His remix of Azzido Da Bass's "Dooms Night" was the big hit, but really, it could have been any of these unpretentious but hardly brain-dead tracks. [1/2001, p.119]
  3. Unless you are a huge Timo Maas fan, it will probably be more Maas than you can handle.
  4. Music for the Maases is standard-issue trance techno-kinetic and nice enough if you like that sort of thing, but not particularly unique or inspired.
  5. A lackluster, continuously-mixed double-disc look back at Maas' remixing talents. Or rather, a look back at his ability to appropriate hooks from often far superior sources.