Feeling Magical with Feel Again: A DJ's Perspective

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If you're a fan of electronic dance music, you're probably familiar with Armin van Buuren's work as a record producer and DJ extraordinaire. But have you checked out his latest album, Feel Again? As a music producer myself, I was curious to see what this album had in store, and I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised.

One of the standout features of Feel Again is its sheer variety. With 34 tracks, there's something for everyone here, whether you're into electro-pop, synth music, or even drill music (shoutout to Lupe Fiasco and Vince Staples for their contributions to "Drill Music in Zion" and "Ramona Park Broke My Heart", respectively). The album also features guest appearances from the likes of Logic and Ty Dolla $ign, adding a nice touch of diversity to the proceedings.

But what really impressed me about Feel Again was its sense of magic. From the dreamy, otherworldly sounds of "No Fun" to the pulsing, energetic beats of "Computers Take Over The World", each track transports you to a different realm of musical experience. And even when the album slows down for more introspective moments (such as "Roll The Dice"), it never loses that sense of enchantment.

Of course, no album is perfect, and Feel Again does have its cons. For one thing, at 34 tracks, it can be a bit overwhelming to take in all at once. I found myself needing to take breaks and come back to the album later in order to fully appreciate everything that was going on. Additionally, some of the tracks (such as "Come Around Again") can feel a bit repetitive, relying on the same musical motifs for too long.

But overall, I think Feel Again is a great album for anyone who wants to get lost in the world of electronic music. Whether you're a seasoned fan of Armin van Buuren's work or just looking for something new to add to your playlist, this album is sure to satisfy. So go ahead and let yourself feel again - you won't regret it.

- Incredible variety of musical styles and guest appearances
- Sense of magic and enchantment that permeates the entire album
- Represents a powerful journey of self-discovery and personal growth

- Some tracks can feel repetitive or overly long
- With 34 tracks, can be overwhelming to take in all at once

Bottom line:
With its diverse range of sounds and powerful emotional journey, Feel Again is a must-listen for any fans of electronic dance music. Rating: 9/10

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