DJ Dan

In Stereo

  • AllMusic Rating
    6
  • User Ratings (0)
  • Your Rating

AllMusic Review by

On his first record for Kinetic (and the first release from a West Coast artist on the label), DJ Dan continues to flaunt his love of disco and funk -- even if that means sirens, cheesy vocals, and tweaked guitars. In Stereo is more a tribute to disco and '80s techno than an attempt at anything progressive, but that's what DJ Dan is after. To his credit, he does throw in some satisfying breakbeats (Filter Science's "Darkness Falls") and makes transitions that likely wouldn't be pulled off by other house DJs. With lines that boast "get next to the opposite sex," "shake that ass," and "I'm feeling, I'm screaming, can you hear?," this is purely for the party-oriented, providing over an hour of high-energy dance.

blue highlight denotes track pick