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Sasha - Invol<3r album download
Performer: Sasha
Title: Invol<3r
Country: Russia
Released: 2013
Style: Progressive House, Ambient, Techno
Rating: 4.5/5
FLAC size: 1479 mb | MP3 size: 1353 mb | WMA size: 1336 mb
Genre: Electronic

Sasha - Invol<3rby Ivan Shaw. 25. 3. Playing tracks by. Taragana Pyjarama Feat. Kicki Halmos, ThermalBear Feat. Sasha ‎– Invol<3r Continuous Mix. Released: 18 Mar 2013.

The Warehouse was one of the first venues Sasha held a residency at and is the venue where Sasha made his name at with his legendary sets at events such as Kaos and Soak circa 91. Since then Sasha has gone on to achieve even more world wide success as an international DJ, producer playing at every corner of the globe

Sasha was greeted into the DJ booth by a rally of cheers which was a sign that there were a lot of excited punters, who I’ll note were a vast mixture of ages, showing how Sasha’s music is keeping the older fans keenly interested at the same time as constantly pulling in the young. I have heard before that his sets will ‘take you on a journey’, and for me that is exactly what happened. It was a well constructed mix through many genres Sasha has been recognized for over the years, from slowly progressing techno to his own reworks of tracks by chart topping bands and artists

Sasha invol<3R official album tour sun 5TH may sasha returns to the warehouse leeds. Hosted by Stuart Darwin. Sunday, 5 May 2013 from 23:00-06:00 UTC+01.

Scene Delete by Sasha. The Qat Collection by Sasha. 1. Growing Forehead (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 2. Turn The Tide (Sasha Involv3r Remix). Crystalfilm (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 4. Chained (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 5. Battleships (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 6. Smalltalk (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 7. Moment Before Dreaming (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 8. The Healing (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 9. Wine (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 10. DIY (Sasha Involv3r Remix). 12. Late Night (Sasha Involv3r Remix).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Taragana Pyjarama Feat. Kicki Halmos Growing Forehead (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Featuring, Written-By – Kicki HalmosWritten-By – Nick Eriksen
1-2 ThermalBear Feat. Arrows Down Turn The Tide (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Featuring, Written-By, Producer – Arrows DownWritten-By, Producer – Dennis White
1-3 Little Dragon Crystalfilm (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Written-By, Producer – Little Dragon
1-4 The xx Chained (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Written-By – Jamie Smith , Oliver Sim, Romy Madley Croft
1-5 Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka Feat. Abigail Wyles Battleships (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Featuring, Written-By – Abigail WylesWritten-By, Producer – Benjamin O'Shea, Mial Watkins
1-6 Ultraísta Smalltalk (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Written-By – Seyffert*, Waronker*, Bettinson*, Godrich*
1-7 Ananda Project* Moment Before Dreaming (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Written-By, Producer, Music By, Backing Vocals – Chris BrannWritten-By, Vocals – Marta Gazman
1-8 James Zabiela The Healing (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – James Zabiela
1-9 Blondes Wine (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Recorded By, Mixed By – Blondes Written By, Producer – Zach SteinmanWritten-By, Producer – Sam Haar
1-10 Keep Shelly In Athens DIY (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Written By, Producer – Keep Shelly In Athens
1-11 Sasha Feat. Kicki Halmos Shoot You Down
Featuring, Written-By, Producer – Kicki HalmosWritten-By, Producer – Alexander Coe
1-12 Foals Late Night (Sasha Involv3r Remix)
Producer – Alan Moulder, FloodWritten-By – Foals
Beatless Mix 47:58
2-1 Taragana Pyjarama Feat. Kicki Halmos Growing Forehead (Sasha Beatless Mix)
Featuring, Written By – Kicki HalmosWritten-By – Nick Eriksen
2-2 ThermalBear Feat. Arrows Down Turn The Tide (Sasha Beatless Mix)
Featuring, Written-By, Producer – Arrows DownWritten-By, Producer – Dennis White
2-3 Little Dragon Crystalfilm (Sasha Beatless Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Little Dragon
2-4 The xx Chained (Sasha Beatless Mix)
Written-By – Jamie Smith , Oliver Sim, Romy Madley Croft
2-5 Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka Feat. Abigail Wyles Battleships (Sasha Beatless Mix)
Featuring, Written-By – Abigail WylesWritten-By, Producer – Benjamin O'Shea, Mial Watkins
2-6 Ultraísta Smalltalk (Sasha Beatless Mix)
Written-By – Seyffert*, Waronker*, Bettinson*, Godrich*
2-7 Ananda Project* Moment Before Dreaming (Sasha Beatless Mix)
Written-By, Producer, Music By, Backing Vocals – Chris BrannWritten-By, Vocals – Marta Gazman

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Sony DADC


  • Illustration [Cover Illustration] – Signalstarr
  • Keyboards [Additional], Producer [Additional Production], Programmed By [Additional] – Alexander Coe (tracks: 1-1 to 1-10, 1-12, 2-1 to 2-7), David Gardner (tracks: 1-1 to 1-10, 1-12, 2-1 to 2-7), Grayson Shipley (tracks: 1-1 to 1-10, 1-12, 2-1 to 2-7), Josh Grant (tracks: 1-1 to 1-10, 1-12, 2-1 to 2-7)
  • Mastered By – Masterpiece
  • Mixed By, Remix – Sasha (tracks: 1-1 to 1-10, 1-12, 2-1 to 2-7)


Packaged in a 4 panel fold out digipak.

Includes a URL and code to download the Invol<3r visuals movie.

While the CD and artwork refers to the album as Invol<3r, the brooklet refers to the album, as Involv3r.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5051275053128
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 Outer Ring): 00095 53228 677 02 * 53228703
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 Inner Ring): MOSCD290 CD1 A
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LV26
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 - Variant 1): IFPI 0135
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 - Variant 2): IFPI 0153
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 Outer Ring): 00095 53228 704 01 + 53228706
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 Inner Ring): MOSCD290 CD2 A
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LV27
  • Mould SID Code (CD2 - Variant 1 & 2): IFPI 0160

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M1CD065, MOSCD290 Sasha Invol<3r ‎(3xCDr, Mixed, Unofficial + CDr, Comp, Mixed, Unoff) Music1st, Rhythm , Ministry Of Sound M1CD065, MOSCD290 Russia 2013
MOSLP290 Sasha Invol<3r ‎(3xLP, Ltd) Ministry Of Sound MOSLP290 UK 2013
MOSE290 Sasha Invol<3r ‎(19xFile, MP3, Comp, 320 + 2xFile, MP3, Comp, Mixed) Ministry Of Sound MOSE290 UK 2013
none Sasha Involv3r ‎(19xFile, AAC, Comp, 256 + 2xFile, AAC, Comp, Mixed) Ministry Of Sound none 2013

Comments (11)
InvolAs per usual with Sasha, the mix starts off beatless and more abstract, eventually coalescing into euphonic melody. 'Growing Forehead' is a strong intro, marred by a transition that is seriously problematic - and we're only on the first transition! I won't get into the specifics of the subsequent transitions, but just know that they are, by in large, poorly executed. The next three tracks fit the bill in terms of catchy-but-pedestrian. They're enjoyable - really - but Sasha doesn't create any sort of interesting story or soundscape between and among the varying tracks, which is usually his forte.The middle part of the mix is the album's strongest, featuring the highlights of 'Battleships' and 'Moment Before Dreaming'. Both tracks are compelling, but surrounded by other tracks that seem non-sequitur; I'd rather just listen to them individually as singles. Regardless, there are serious bonus points for these two tracks alone, because they are some of Sasha's best - ever. For me, personally, I would rate 'Moment Before Dreaming' as his second best production of the 2000's, only after his ineffably gorgeous remix of 'Belong' in the first Involver. The arpeggios are addictive and vocals as ethereal as they are sensual. In particular, I am fond of the repeated lyric in "wondering" - which can also be heard as 'wandering'.Following that, we have 'The Healing', which was definitely an of-the-moment track for 2013, and fairly strong here. It's after this point that I find even more disappointment in Invol2.7/5 Stars
Bad Sunny
Sasha has been one of my favorite artists since the late 90's and the first 2 Involver are great but this one just doesn't really do it for me. For me its not even close to being as good as the other 2 and that's why the 2 stars. I've listen to it probably 10 or 15 times in the last couple years hoping it would grow on me but no dice. Compared to the first Involver it doesn't even come close and I think the 2nd one is also very good so I had high hopes for this one but was disappointed.
InvolMy score: 8/10If you came to this album hoping for the magic that was Involver you're going to be VERY disappointed. Not because this is a bad album, in fact it is absolutely stellar. The mixing is somewhat basic for a selection of tracks that have been reconstructed and built for purpose from the ground up, there isn't a lot going on to be honest, gone are the complex and interesting transitions from Smile to Belong to In A State, and so is the diverse range of artists, and genres.What we have here, is a collection of beautifully, painstakingly produced electro/minimal influenced vocal dance music nicely that veers into pop territory, and it's a damn good thing too. While I am no fan of commercial music or cheesy sensibilities I have to admit that I really enjoyed this mix, more so than anything the last couple of years.Bottom line, if you're a fan of Sasha's Xpander era, you're in the wrong place. This is more in keeping with Airdrawndagger, with a lot of vocals. If you're looking for something accessible, refreshing and enjoyable this is it.On a personal note, I found there were a few too many vocals for my palate but they do complement the vibe nicely. I am more of a fan of Disc 2's beatless mix as it feels a little more adventurous and it's a really nice change of pace. I'm hoping we may eventually see some dubs or instrumentals of the tracks, that could be very special.
Nothing personal
I didn't think much of this when it was first released, but now I can't stop listening to it. Damn, it's good shit! That bass in the Chained remix blows my mind every time. It's a mix that'll slowly but surely grow on you for years to come.
If you compare the sound quality of Involver3 and Involver 2 you can clearly hear that Involver2 sounds much better, the layers and production is just out of this world. Definately too many vocals on Involver3, however the album has many superb tracks - it has its moments. If Involver3 was by some unknown producer Id give it a 4/5,but for Sasha standards Id expect a lil more, so my rating would be 3,5/5BUt coz im a huge Sasha fan I will give it a 4 anyway :)
Almost as disappointing as Involver 2 but only because the first one was so good I had higher expectations when I wasted my money on the second one. "Battleships" is OK and so is "The Healing". The transition from "Turn The Tide" to "Chrystalfilm" sounds forced and is so unlike Sasha. There's far too much vocal everywhere. The vocal on Smalltalk sounds shit and seems off key or something. Most of the album is too poppy for me as well. Glad it's the last of the series.
Unbelivable album. Might just be the best in the Involver series.Although, it might share the top position with the first one.
Involver 1 made me want to dance with it's peaks and troughs but Involv3r just doesn't quite cut it. The tunes are pretty harmless enough. The tunes that stand out, only do because the rest are so bland.Sonically it sounds amazing just like any other Sasha production but it lacks emotion and flow unlike every other Sasha production. It takes 45 minutes before it starts to go anywhere.As K4osth3ory says some of the transitions sound rushed in the way they are executed.For me it sounds like MOS got in the way (as they always do) more than they did on Involv2r.
Definitely a 4.5 for me. Stand out tracks are Turn the Tide, Battleships, and Small Talk. I think the 3.5 from RA is a bit harsh, though they also gave Guy Gerber's Fabric the same score and that was at least on par with this album albeit the styles vary quite a bit. Is it better than the original...no. Do I think it is better than the second? I'm not sure. It's such a difference in style it's hard to compare.Many people are complaining about the abundance of vocals, and I have to agree. When I first saw the tracklist, I was taken aback by the amount of vocals there were in the album. Could it be due to outside pressure? It's possible, but there is really no way to know unless you konw someone. In addition, some of the transitions are very apparent and considering who the album is from is slightly disappointing. A mixer of Sasha's caliber should not have those kinds of transitions. It doesn't really detract from the mix in any way though, I just feel like I shouldn't be hearing the beginning of the songs.Overall, it's a good-great album that I will continue to play over the years.
Beautiful album. Definitely a required buy for any Sasha fan.
Sasha continues the series’ trend of taking tracks from his current favourite producers and reworking their various elements into a continuous mix that reflects his DJing style, with the result being a kind of hybrid DJ mix/artist album. The mix is a snapshot of the current dance music landscape through Sasha’s unique lens: contemporary electronica, house and techno are the main sounds...yeah and sometimes sounds synth-pop or electronic pop ofc in good way. Live will sound completely different.And if we know that he always making tracks from the perspective of the gig listener.. Wiiii im in love with ablum.Nice stuff, definitely a recommended listen.