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Title: Max or Denniz Sound?
Post by: Joshua on April 10, 2012, 12:34:15 PM
Does anyone know of any Denniz Pop productions without Max that have the distinct late 90's Max sound? I'm just interested to know how much of that sound was purely Max, or if it was mainly Denniz influenced. Any productions that they worked on together like "Show Me Love" or "Backstreet's Back" have that familiar Max feel... but is it mainly down to Max's involvement, or was it the way Denniz was headed with his own sound?
Title: Re: Max or Denniz Sound?
Post by: B Steady on April 26, 2013, 03:15:07 PM
Does anyone know of any Denniz Pop productions without Max that have the distinct late 90's Max sound? I'm just interested to know how much of that sound was purely Max, or if it was mainly Denniz influenced. Any productions that they worked on together like "Show Me Love" or "Backstreet's Back" have that familiar Max feel... but is it mainly down to Max's involvement, or was it the way Denniz was headed with his own sound?

Denniz always had these notable tamboruine arrangements in his productions, also in Show Me Love and especially in Everybody (Backstreet's Back) but the rest is a strong Max influence I guess.
First Denniz brought Max & Kristian into the business and also inspired them a lot but with time they developed their own style and created a new sound which they carried on beyond Denniz' death (at least for a few years).
Title: Re: Max or Denniz Sound?
Post by: Joshua on April 29, 2013, 02:16:03 PM
Thanks for replying to my old thread. :) I assumed the same as you, that there's probably more Max than Denniz in that distinct style. I wonder if without Max, Denniz would've ever produced a similar sound. You also have to wonder what his work would've sounded like over the years up until now. Pity we'll never know.
Title: Re: Max or Denniz Sound?
Post by: B Steady on May 02, 2013, 11:10:52 AM
You also have to wonder what his work would've sounded like over the years up until now. Pity we'll never know.

I often think about that! It's really exciting but yeah ... we'll never know :'(