Gabriel & Dresden
Released: 5th June 2006.
For years, Gabriel & Dresden have been producing under various aliases like Motorcycle, as well as remixing tracks for Tiësto, Oceanlab etc. Now, they have finally released their first artist album under their own name.
The album "Gabriel & Dresden" contains twelve tracks, ranging from great trance and club tunes ("Eleven" with Scarlett Etienne) to the occasional chill-out track ("Not Enough") and even a cover ("Dust In The Wind").
For the vocal tracks, they enlisted the help of two yet unknown but very talented vocalists - Molly Bancroft, who could already be heard on the single "Tracking Treasure Down", and male vocalist Jan Burton, who sounds remotely like Ray Wilson. The album even contains a re-working of the old Motorcycle track "Imagination" - it has been updated with new vocals by Jan Burton and is now renamed "Enemy".
Offering something for everyone without losing quality, this is an essential purchase for any dance lover. One small error: in the tracklist on the cover, tracks 4 and 5 are "Mass Repeat" and "Dust In The Wind" respectively - but on the CD they are the other way round.