Music For The Maases

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  • Summary: A double-disc live mix set from the German DJ, ranging from trance to house.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
  1. Alternative Press
    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
    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.