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Jeff Mills fan and also don't like the Bells. It's that pop resembling un-undergroundy melody that kills it for me. It also explains why it's more mainstream I think. Cyclone for me! The Bells. Sure it's popular think I heard it at Atomic jam twice in one night although I didn't have all of my capacities back then and it even got played on MTV I believe, but I remember when i first heard this I was like "what the fuck is that?!!!!
On a club sound system it comes alive. They don't make 'em like this anymore Agree about your last sentence but every Mills fan? I'm sure there are some people who don't like it because of the popularity of it, which is dumb, but a lot of people judge music solely based on people's reactions to their opinions.
Example, the reviewer that stated "Good record - not for the famous "hits", but for "Cyclone", which is I like it!
Decks, EFX, and Underground Resistance. More recently he appears to be taking extended forays into epic techno such as his re-scoring of Metropolis which he performed live with the original film and his 16 September 7 hour set with Laurent Garnier at Fabric.
The epic proportions were further extended when his album Blue Potential was recorded with the Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra under Alain Altinoglu. There is a DVD of the concert at which the album was recorded, an opportunity to see Mills in action, live on stage.