She was happy that everyone had a smile on their face, but there was something she wanted even more. It was a desire she had to control back when she was a disciple of the chief god, but now there was no need for that; on the contrary, as a disciple of the fallen god, she had to give in to what she had so badly desired as quickly as she could; Just thinking of "you", who she always wanted but didn't get, was enough to get her horny.
Both her eyes and her vagina were wet with desire; when she looked to the side, she saw the two little girls she corrupted to begin with and she soon knew that they both desired "you" in the same way that she herself did. In order to corrupt "you", their beloved and in order to fall to "you", the three corrupted saints went after "you", dreaming of staining their entire bodies in "your" white sticky liquid Case 3: Sasha - Embraced in the Bosom of Corruption is provided free of charge.
All credits for the materials within go to their respective authors. English translation provided by OtherSideofSky. Embraced in the Bosom of Corruption. Sasha's Biography: "You" Version Add a photo to this gallery.
Marshall Jefferson , Matt Tolfrey. Senamuun Original Mix. Super Flu. Requiem Original Mix. Ten Walls. Ringo Original.
Joris Voorn. Hey Now Sasha Remix. London Grammar. Booka Shade. Mano Le Tough. The title track brings together a multitude of different styles: there's the stripped back, minimal beats; bass that oozes menace and the somewhat apocalyptic sounding trance riffs. It's exactly the type of track one could imagine Sasha himself playing. In stark contrast is the abstract "Watered, Cooked, Recycled", where the pair use deconstructed drums and a low-slung bass to create a new vision for minimal house.
The Tortilla and Fluido residents are in fine form on the Migrate EP, with the slinky and hypnotic title track leading the way with its soothing vocal and evocative vibes, followed up by the moody and elevating progressive house jourtney "Malvats" and the sombre yet bittersweet dancefloor drama of "Sunk". Angel EP. Falling Down. It makes for a haunting, evocative deep techno arrangement.
On "Torn", the UK producer picks up the pace, with dense drums and tight claps underpinning dreamy textures; as the arrangement drops, brittle break beats are introduced to mark the transition. Having previously collaborated on a number of occasions, the trio once again seamlessly combine emotive, melodic techno sounds with spiritual undertones and tribal desert vibes on the absolutely epic "Balear".
Afro house hero Hyenah then follows through with his spiritually enchanting rework. Second original offering "Mehari" is a slinky and hypnotic tech house excursion which explores the power of atmosphere, with Fell Reis then offering up their remix of the track in absolutely evocative and life affirming fashion.
Frequency EP. It continues to build on the "Nu House" style he's made his own, sitting somewhere between US garage revivalism, nu-prog see the early Sasha vibes of "Hi Rollin" and fluid late night pump.
The title track is a dark and brooding effort which packs in a nasty stomp beneath its seething 'Reese' style hoover leads and wonky synth stabs. Netherlands based young gun Budakid also gets onboard to deliver a remix of said track which takes it down a much more progressive house style vibe and with even more elaborate production values: very impressed by this one.
Contemplation EP. Renaissance was pleased with their performances, and had the duo compile the triple-CD mix album Renaissance: The Mix Collection , releasing it on the club's own Renaissance Records label. Around this time, Sasha began a recurring mentorship and partnership with fellow producer BT with the album Ima.
To support the album, the duo toured internationally, and in the process helped to define the sound of trance music in the late s. Excession released fewer than ten records, the last in ; the experience, however, led Sasha to found the management agency Excession: The Agency LTD. Sasha reached a more mainstream audience with his remixes of Madonna 's " Ray of Light " and GusGus 's "Purple" for those artists' single releases. His success in pop music led him to score the music for the PlayStation video games Wipeout 3 and Gran Turismo.
Soon after, he worked with Underworld 's Darren Emerson on the single " Scorchio ", Sasha's first charting single in four years. In between touring and producing original material, Sasha and Digweed released the mix album Communicate in , prompting them to temporarily leave their Twilo residency for a promotional tour of the United States. Communicate had mixed reviews: Spin stated that despite a "few stellar moments, [ Communicate ] is ultimately a let-down".
During the late s, the increased popularity and visibility of "superstar DJs" led to the creation of superclubs such as Liverpool's Cream and Sheffield's Gatecrasher. By , however, electronic dance music clubs languished.
The Guardian ' s pop critic, Alexis Petridis, attributed the "terminal decline" of dance music to its over-commercialisation by big-name DJs, such as Sasha, and to their demands for increased fees for performances. During the latter half of , Sasha collaborated with big beat artist Junkie XL on the single "Breezer". Though the accident temporarily impaired his hearing, he drew inspiration for the album from his ordeal. Airdrawndagger was finally released, in August , to much fanfare.
However, the album was "received with a lot of head scratching", according to Sasha, which he attributed to its unexpected mix of genres. The album did not feature the heavier "club sound" of Sasha's previous mix albums, bearing a closer resemblance to ambient music.
Sasha himself described it as "a selfish, slightly self-indulgent record", though he maintains that he is "happy with it to this day". Online described it as being "more in league with Yanni than Moby ". In , Sasha signed with Global Underground to produce another mix album. However, he found the process of creating a standard mix album unrewarding,  and decided to apply his production and DJing skills to a mix compilation that resembled a "real" album—that is, one featuring original material.
Though frequent performing kept them apart for several years, Sasha and Digweed announced that they would reunite for a few Australian performances. Sasha runs a music studio and lives in New York City, and maintains a house in London. However, he enjoys watching football , cooking, and sampling the cuisine of the countries he visits. The score was made up of new and previously unreleased tracks.
Sasha and Digweed have re-united again in recent years. Shortly thereafter, the duo announced a list of tour dates for September to re-launch themselves in a series of gigs and performing Back to Back. By the early s, he had moved towards a more dark European house music style, though by the time of his Shelley's residency he had begun to experiment more with American house.
His tastes further developed as he moved to Renaissance, and he began to incorporate the pop-based sounds of Moby , Spooky , and Leftfield. A rhythmic and bassy progressive house influence distinguished his Xpander EP and the mix albums of the late s.
FTR 01 May 12 Techno. Stoneflow House Sampler BeLoveTraxxx Vol Pump It Vol 7. Sonic Boom! Room Access. FTR 22 Jan 12 Techno. Max Mix unmixed tracks. Ahora unmixed tracks. DJ Vantigo. Walk Around.Mar 20, · Please folow my DJ profile:) cauroicewilcembpe.caregluperpamobippanngerosnana.co Album: Sasha - Involver 3 Label: Ministry Of Sound Released: 18 Mar