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Originally release in 2003, Ripples was hammered around the globe by the reigning DJ elite at the time, appeared on charts and track lists galore, and generally tore it up while spreading the subtle message that San Francisco was yet another hot spot for the sounds of the global underground. One of the young DJs that heard that message was Issac Zdo. Now coming into his own as one of the leading producers of the the next generation of progressive sounds, Issac has given Ripples his treatment. Sharp edges meet deep grooves in all of his productions, and this remix is no exception. It is the perfect re-interpretation for today. Also included are the remastered Original and Jondi & Spesh remixes. Enjoy!

ABOUT RND()
Created from a boiling cauldron of sizzling hair metal, new-wave synthpop, deliciously decadent progressive rock, Wagnerian opera, mathematical Mozart, avant-garde Japanese cinema, and the unique mystical jazz guitar of Hungarian master Gabor Szabo, RND() is the collision of two hearts and minds of many influences. Upon agreeing that Maurice Ravel's "Bolero" was the very first true trance record, Robert Palazuelos and David Gropper began a musical collaboration that has stood the test of more than a decade and more than five thousand miles of ocean. Robert, a classical and metal guitarist, English teacher, golf pro, new father, and master of voltage control, resides near Tokyo, Japan in a monastery of vintage synthesizer and guitar equipment. David, an avid enthusiast of the dark studio arts and resident DJ for Helix at Ruby Skye, resides in San Francisco amongst a sea of vinyl records representing the best of progressive electronic music. Never quite classifiable, the sounds that emanate from RND()'s studios on both sides of the Pacific are nonetheless intensely compelling and timeless - simultaneously fit for the finest audiophile listening chamber and the sweatiest, darkest dancefloor anywhere on the globe.
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