Kaskade
Strobelite Seduction


4.5
superb

Review

by Apollo USER (25 Reviews)
May 18th, 2011 | 24 replies | 7,319 views


Release Date: 2008 | Tracklist

Review Summary: House music that will blow your socks off...and leave them drenched in sweaty happiness

1 of 1 thought this review was well written

Longing for summer? Some of us are. Some of us are already in the midst of it. Either way, let some Kaskade into your life and your summer will be much better off for it. Pounding rythyms, a variety of seductive female vixens screaming pure bliss and synths that wash over you like waves of pleasure...sounds amazing? It is. Forget your preconceptions about house music. While this album would probably fit in well at many clubs around the world, it is easily well digested on your home stereo or out for a nice drunken walk home in the summer.

While I dont claim to be an expert in house or any electronic music for that matter, I do know that this could be considered entry level house music for someone willing to let the inner viking in them throw on some dancing shoes and perhaps drop some ecstasy. Late night party's, driving down the freeway or even waking up in the morning, Strobelight Seduction is the perfect album. It rocks from the opening fade-in notes of Move For Me and pulses until the beats of 4AM. This record is the epitome of fun, yet chill vibes.

Move For Me, Step One Two and I Remember remain the standout tracks on the album featuring the biggest vocal hooks and infectious dance beats. Angel On My Shoulder is probably the weakest track featuring lackluster vocals and a less than memorable chorus. Kaskade has a knack for picking the dreamiest sounding women in house music and pairing them with amazing synths and samples. The result is unforgettable.

This, my friends, is fantastic house music and really anyone who even slightly digs electronic music at all could appreciate this. This is quality music, from a quality DJ. So whenever summer hits your city (if it hasn’t already, keep this album in steady rotation and prepare to have your spirits lifted.



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Apollo
May 18th 2011



10085 Comments


fuck yes, first electronic review...come at me Dev

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 18th 2011



30316 Comments


What are the preconceptions of house music?

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pizzamachine
May 18th 2011



12568 Comments


Nice review, I like this line:

a variety of seductive female vixens

Apollo
May 18th 2011



10085 Comments


oh shit, he's coming at me

well, my preconceptions (for years) about house music, was that it was for shallow people who go to clubs and get wasted every Friday/Saturday night dancing to anything with a driving dance beat. that and gymheads...being gymheads, cruising around in Civics with giant exhaust pipes...

and those are stereotypes (which I bought into) and many other people I know, who dont listen to house music, have.

Apollo
May 18th 2011



10085 Comments


not saying its right or intelligent but I know many people buy into stereotypes, so that's why I included that line

cirq
May 18th 2011



9257 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this shit is gay as fuck.....

Apollo
May 18th 2011



10085 Comments


lol Cirq, I didnt know you liked this

Apollo
May 19th 2011



10085 Comments


wow...think this is my only review ever to this little interest/feedback

Maniac!
May 19th 2011



26187 Comments


Stop trying to steal my style, bro.

There's only room for one of us.

VeilOfOsiris
June 7th 2011



380 Comments


i told you that deleting my comments won't kill the fucking xdeathcorex mosm m/ fuck yeah

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TomAkaVeto
November 30th 2011



1523 Comments


I guess I'm gonna download this. I want to get more into house music.

scissorlocked
January 31st 2012



3483 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I've been lately introduced to house and this is something I deeply enjoy

very good album

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sifFlammable
May 3rd 2012



2741 Comments


is there any track on this worth listening to except I remember (which is on deadmau5's album too so)

scissorlocked
May 5th 2012



3483 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yeap, imo the first half of the album is surely worth listening

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
November 18th 2012



19542 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

borrowed theme is just beautiful

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Madz279
February 25th 2013



28 Comments


the first track Move For Me, it's very seductive

jollyjoel
May 8th 2013



77 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The reason Move For Me and I Remember are two of the best tracks is because they are co - produced by deadmau5 ;)

bach
May 15th 2013



11185 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Dis is GOO

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
May 15th 2013



19542 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

indeed album is very sexy

ProfessorVeerappan
November 30th 2013



789 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

hearing this album and damn what the fuck is happening here few club beats going nowhere lyrics in between which mean what that yes we have nothing to do in life.The perfect music this is what we are calling i mean seriously what the hell are people getting into this isn't real music this simply taking a dump music.
Purely SHit...



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