Deep Dish Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard Charts

Deep Dish debuted this week on Billboards' Electronic Album chart in the #1 position with their June 10 release 'Deep Dish - Global Underground #025: Toronto'. Full details right here on internetdj.

Posted by Michael Bordash on Thu Jun 19, 2003

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This is a first for Deep Dish as well as their label Global Underground (GU), which has released compilation albums from other top sellers in the electronic market such as Sasha, John Digweed and James Lavelle. Deep Dishs' ranking also marks a significant achievement for the sales of compilation albums which still hold a strong interest in the consumer market.

"No other DJs can create moody music quite like Washington DCs' often imitated, never bettered Deep Dish duo," states a four-out-of-five star review by Barry Walters in the June 12 issue of Rolling Stone. "Sharam Tayebi and Ali 'Dubfire' Shirazinias' latest double-disc mix set sticks to house musics' steady bumping, yet revels in the spaced-out sonics of dub reggae and psychadelic rock; the generous helpings of lusty vocal tracks and slutty synth narcotics don't hurt, either."

On July 1, GU will release two single supplemental bonus CDs to 'Toronto' titled 'The Afterclub Mix', each mixed by Dubfire and Sharam respectively, encompassing a twisted range of current, unreleased and classic house. The title will also be available as a three-LP limited edition vinyl set.

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Deep Dish @ Amazon

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