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Above & Beyond - Group Therapy mp3 album
Performer: Above & Beyond
Title: Group Therapy
Released: 2011
Country: UK
Style: Trance
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 475
MP3 size: 1905 mb
FLAC size: 1389 mb

Group Therapy is the second studio album by British progressive trance group Above & Beyond. It was released on 6 June 2011 by Anjunabeats. The album features collaborations with Zoë Johnston and Richard Bedford. The album has 15 tracks. Arranged and produced by Above & Beyond. Additional production by Andrew Bayer. ) denotes additional production.

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Above & Beyond - Group Therapy 125 (0. 4. 2015) (including Stoneface & Terminal Guestmix) Stoneface & Terminal-Alive (Be Different Album Mix) 05:34. Above & Beyond Filmic Album 03:49. 09. Above & Beyond Sun In Your Eyes 04:51. Above & Beyond Black Room Boy (Vocal by Tony McGuinnes & Richard Bedford)(Group Therapy album 2011)(Track 05) FLAC - Mp3 (Качество 320 kbps) 06:10. 8) Above & Beyond Prelude (Новый альбом Above & Beyond - Group Therapy) 05:45. Above & Beyond Feat Zoe Johnston Sweetest Heart (beatport) (trance) (new album. Above & Beyond group therapy ) 03:36. Above & Beyond Prelude (from new album Group Therapy ) 05:45. Above & Beyond Feat. Zoe Johnston Only A Few Things (Новый альбом Above & Beyond - Group Therapy) 05:03.


Above & Beyond Filmic 3:49
Above & Beyond Alchemy 5:17
Above & Beyond Sun & Moon 5:26
Above & Beyond You Got To Go 5:34
Above & Beyond Featuring Tony McGuinness And Richard Bedford Black Room Boy 6:10
Above & Beyond Featuring Zoë Johnston Giving It Out 3:53
Above & Beyond Featuring Richard Bedford On My Way To Heaven 5:58
Above & Beyond Prelude 5:45
Above & Beyond Sun In Your Eyes 4:51
Above & Beyond Love Is Not Enough 6:33
Above & Beyond Featuring Richard Bedford Every Little Beat 6:01
Above & Beyond Featuring Zoë Johnston Sweetest Heart 3:36
Above & Beyond Featuring Richard Bedford Thing Called Love 5:29
Above & Beyond Only A Few Things 5:03
Above & Beyond Eternal 2:53


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ANJCD024D Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(15xFile, FLAC, Album) Anjunabeats ANJCD024D UK 2011
ANJCD024D Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(15xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Anjunabeats ANJCD024D UK 2011
none Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(16xFile, AAC, Album) Anjunabeats none UK 2011
none Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(16xFile, MP3, Album, 256) Anjunabeats none UK 2011
UL 2795-2 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album) Ultra Records UL 2795-2 US 2011
HN886CD Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album) High Note Records HN886CD Taiwan 2011
ПРЗ CD02362 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album) TME, Open Gate Records ПРЗ CD02362 Russia 2011
ANJCDS024 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album + DVD, PAL + Box, Ltd, Col) Anjunabeats ANJCDS024 UK 2011
ANJCD024 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Anjunabeats ANJCD024 UK 2011
88697921282 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Sony Music Entertainment Poland Sp. z o.o. 88697921282 Poland 2011
PM 1016 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Open Gate Records PM 1016 Ukraine 2011
CSR0085, DNA0085 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Anjunabeats, Central Station CSR0085, DNA0085 Australia 2011
ANJCD024 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album, Mixed, Dig) Anjunabeats ANJCD024 Argentina 2011
132835 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Конорд 132835 Russia 2011
ANJCDS024 Above & Beyond Group Therapy: Bonus Content ‎(DVD, NTSC) Anjunabeats ANJCDS024 UK 2011
2564671472 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Warner Music Brasil 2564671472 Brazil 2012
ANJLP024 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Gat) Anjunabeats ANJLP024 UK 2018
ANJLP024 Above & Beyond Group Therapy ‎(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Anjunabeats ANJLP024 UK 2018

Does anyone sell the Limited Box to me? I've been searching for so so long ????
All 4 of the A&B albums are still available new direct from A&B:£18.99 each, don't get shelled by the scalpers!
dont be stupid to buy this vinyl at those price.....stock still available on anjunabeats website for 2x times less than the price listed here
On vinyl at last!!! This is probably my favourite A&B album, because it works as an album, it flows from one track to the next with some great in between tracks like Prelude and Sun In Your Eyes, and a great into and exit. They've never quite matched the overall attitude that this album has. And now it's on vinyl, I can rest easy, got a spare as I know I'll burn through mine pretty quick with endless replays.
You can get them far cheaper here -
This album was largely quite a mixed bag for me. It was at this point that I started to feel that Above & Beyond were slipping. On my first listen of this, I was immediately disappointed. With some repeat listens, a few tracks started to stand out to me. But, it is still pretty 50/50.The first track, "Filmic", is quite possibly one of my favourite chillout songs of all time. Absolutely beautiful opening, that leaves me in awe everytime I hear it. It revolves around this soft piano peace that grows in intensity as the song progresses, with some very soft vocals accompanying it towards the end of the track. A favourite, for sure."Alchemy", is a nice vocal trance song. I love the voice of Zoe Johnston here, it really fits the song nicely, along with a nice melody. Probably the track that stood out to me the most on my first listen."Sun & Moon", oh boy where do I start with this one. I never really "got" this one. I don't like the vocals too much here, and the main beat never really grabbed me. One of those instances where the masses seemed to love it, but I never did, unfortunately."You Got to Go", I really like this one. Zoe once again provides a really nice vocal, and I love the bass-driven melody on this."Black Room Boy", is probably my least favourite on the album. Really not a fan of these vocals, and the melody was a bit lacking for me."Giving It Out", is pretty weak I find. Doesn't really do anything for me. Vocal is okay, I guess."On My Way To Heaven", originally I wasn't a fan of this. But, after a few listens, wow the vocals on this one are seriously impressive. Richard did an amazing job on this song. I can truly feel the emotion in his voice. Nice instrumentation on this too."Prelude", love this one. It's like a more trancy version of "Hope" from Tri State, with similar sounding vocals. Wasn't really expecting much with a title like "Prelude" suggesting a filler track, but it's actually one of the best songs on the album for me."Sun In Your Eyes", which is easily my favourite of the album. This was the 'moment' of the album. This song is stunning, and one of the best pieces of chillout music I have ever heard. It makes me just pause for a moment, and close my eyes, and drift off into a better place for the 4 minutes duration. Just incredible."Love Is Not Enough", is another really good song. Zoe's vocals here are once again shimmering with beauty. Lovely melody with some very nice instrumentation. Good stuff."Every Little Beat" is a bit of a weak one for me. Vocals don't really do anything for me here, and the beat is a bit dull I find."Sweetest Heart" is a nice song. Simple vocals, but the beautiful piano-driven melody is what carries this one. Very nice underrated song."Thing Called Love" is good. I don't think I like this one quite as much as most people seem to. It's kind of on the line of being another generic uplifter to me. But, it is nice nonetheless, and I can't say I dislike it."Only a Few Things" is a bit average. A downtempo song with some very soft vocals from Zoe. I always feel like I should like this one a lot more than I do, but it just doesn't really interest me."Eternal", another soft song, but I find myself liking this one a lot more. A really nice chillout song, similar to Filmic, where it all began, to effectively go full circle.Personal Picks: Filmic, On My Way To Heaven, Prelude, Sun In Your Eyes.
This was the start of a&b's slip into cheesy territory, for me. The songs (for the most part) aren't quite as well structured or as memorable as Tri-State with a few exceptions. It starts out well with its intro and Alchemy, but quickly settles into an over-produced plod with only the atmospheric Sun in Your Eyes breaking the tempo and Love is Not Enough & Thing called love rising above their predictability by finally bringing out some euphoric synths and hitting the heights the album sorely needed. Quite disappointing after a great debut and some sterling comps. At least this wasn't as bad as We Are All We Need - the sound of David Brent doing Trance. Eugh.
like the title point their out, this álbum was made for therapy, full with melodies for relaxation and amazing lyrics which they describe the human feelings,this álbum is less ¨(trancy) that tri- state, and is more experimental, you can found electro and progressive influence, in the most songs but are supplemented with the trance roots and this way they create an amazing journey for the trance lovers and also for the edm fans.
This one is not so good as the previous "Tri-state", nevertheless its a fine Album. There´s alot of love expressed within the musics of this release. "Group therapy" is a story about several kind of experiences which involves strong emotions, humanity, wisdom, reflection and introspection. I can hardly imagine this Album being played on dancefloors, but i´m sure its suitable for that purpose,still... "group therapy" is more suitable to relax and listen with the heart.My favorite musics are "Alchemy" and "Every little beat", there´s only this track "Only a few things" which sounds commercial and reminds that kind of musics played in the credits at the end of cheap romantic movies...still it doesn´t affect much the Album quality. Above & beyond once again surprised me with their unparalleled amazing talented. This record is for the Trance history. I´m looking forward for more upcoming Albums from these three artists.
Good, not great. Does not even compare to Tri-State.
Loaded with filler, this album is hugely overrated and cannot compare at all to its predecessor, "Tri-State". I routinely get bored when listening to this album, and "Sun & Moon" is the type of song that amuses you at first but then drives you nuts once you've heard it a certain number of times. I wish Qdoba would put as much cheese on my quesadillas as there is in this album.
So, here it is. One of the most eagerly anticipated electronic dance music studio albums of its generation (perhaps even of all time) and the follow-up to one of the greatest such albums in ‘Tri-State’, a debut masterpiece of epic proportions that transcended concepts of genres and classifications and served to remind the critics that EDM can have emotion, soul and purpose and not just club-ready beats and throwaway synth line melodies. First of all, Above & Beyond should be acknowledged for not trying to go ‘toe to toe’ with ‘Tri-State’ when going through the process of writing this album. ‘Tri-State’ was, and remains, a soundtrack for all occasions and emotions, from reliving the peak-time euphoria of the superclub set through to the reflective moments of a lazy summer’s day with the one you love and the agonies of a break-up. ‘Group Therapy’ is, by definition, a more introspective and melancholic body of work. Indeed, some fans have already remarked at the ‘lack of trance’ on this album, but I believe that this album was always to be a far more cohesive effort stylistically, and it is all the better for it. As with ‘Tri-State’, Above & Beyond open proceedings with a sweeping instrumental, ‘Filmic’. A gorgeous, string-led piece full of undulating pianos, delicate touches of xylophone and a subtle vocal element reminiscent of ‘In The Past’, this is powerful, epic musicianship at its very best. Next up is ‘Alchemy’, the first of numerous tracks on the album that harness the vocals of regular associate Zoë Johnston. Johnston’s bleak, wailing and wistful tones fit particularly well with the pulsing groove and the feel and personality of this track, which contrasts the emotions of being in and out of love in a very accomplished manner. An obvious choice as the lead-off single from the album, ‘Sun & Moon’ sees Jono, Paavo and Tony working once again with long-time collaborator Richard Bedford. Without seeking to go off-piste here, Bedford truly is an astonishing vocal talent and is at the forefront of some of Above & Beyond’s finest moments. From the uplifting euphorics of ‘Alone Tonight’ to the moody undertones of ‘Stealing Time’, Bedford seems to have the vocal range for the entire spectrum of the Above & Beyond sound. Anchored by a fizzing synth line, it’s his voice that provides the main emotional hook on this track, as he sings “I’m sorry baby, you were the sun and moon to me. I’ll never get over you, you’ll never get over me.” Those who elected to purchase the single may have also taken notice of the track’s versatility, having been reworked by several producers in a number of genres from uplifting trance to dubstep with great success. Zoë Johnston makes her second appearance on ‘You Got To Go’. This is an intelligent piece of songcraft, wrapping a distinctly warmer vocal and positive set of lyrics around a darker foundation of punchy beats and dark and heavy bassline before drifting blissfully to a close with a touching string sequence. This is a five-and-a-half minute preach on seizing the day, taking a chance and making the most of the opportunities that present themselves in life, and is one of my top three tracks from the album. ‘For All I Care’, featuring Tony McGuinness’ rasping vocals, was one of the most underrated tracks on ‘Tri-State’, and I’m glad to see that they’ve taken the time to write another track with Tony behind the mic on ‘Group Therapy’. This time, however, Richard Bedford joins him on vocal duties, and the interplay between the two works a treat. Tony’s bolshier, attitudinal tones take the lead, with Bedford’s vocals coming into play when they are required to soar on this fuzzy, electro-influenced number. Quite simply, all of the elements fit perfectly, as Above & Beyond take a step in a slightly different direction and begin to evolve and explore different elements of their sound. The second of my top three album cuts. Following on from ‘You Got To Go’ in terms of having Zoë Johnston providing the vocal dimension on a more elevating than usual collaborative effort is ‘Giving It Out’. This track took a little bit of time to grow on me, but once it got its hooks in I had it on repeat. The focal point of the track, the chorus, is a real gem, delightfully simple but incredibly infectious. In my opinion, any non EDM fan approaching this album ‘cold’ would probably find this to be one of the most instantly accessible tracks, in contrast to tranceheads and long-time fans, who might take a little more time than most to warm to it. ‘On My Way To Heaven’ is really all about Richard Bedford. Ascending string sequences and simple piano keys provide the canvas over which Bedford can show off his entire vocal range on this track. Indeed, as the pitter-patter of the xylophones percolates through on the outro, you know you’ve just heard something of epic proportions. ‘Prelude’ follows and blossoms into a heartstoppingly beautiful piece of work. Its haunting vocal samples give it a very spiritual dimension, and make it the perfect bridge between the first and second halves of the album. And everyone that’s been waiting for ‘Group Therapy’ since the day ‘Tri-State’ was released will instantly recognise the opening melodies of ‘Sun In Your Eyes’, which was the instrumental ‘taster’ provided during the early promotional stages of the album. Strings, ghostly vocals and gently darting synths combine on another very deep and stirring instrumental piece. ‘Love Is Not Enough’ is blessed with another wonderful vocal from Zoë Johnston, who really has come into her own on this album. Even better, however, are the piano lines and the celestial string arrangements. Indeed, it becomes apparent quite early on when listening to this album just how prominent such arrangements are on this body of work as a whole. And as if to reiterate the point, ‘Every Little Beat’ opens (and indeed also ends) with a powerful sequence of strings. At the time of writing, I would say that this is my personal favourite from the album; the heartfelt vocals from Bedford bring the lyrics to life in a very poignant manner on what is a very gloomy and melancholic mid-paced track. Next up is ‘Sweetest Heart’, a much more driving number, and it immediately lifts the mood as the warmth and illuminating feel of the pianos and vocals from Johnston provide the perfect antidote to the darker moods of the predecessor track. There can be no other way to describe ‘Thing Called Love’ other than Group Therapy’s ‘Alone Tonight’. The single version is, of a course, a much grimier, electro-influenced affair, and to be honest I would have been glad if either of the ‘main’ versions of this track had made the album listing. Nevertheless, selecting the ‘trancier’ version that featured on Anjunabeats Volume 8 was probably the best decision. Powerful, touching and uplifting from the opening piano keys to the resonating vocal fade-out, it’s another Above & Beyond epic built to be played in front of another one million people singing along word for word. ‘Only A Few Things’ is the only disappointing moment on the album; an introspective link between the previous euphorics and outro track ‘Eternal’, it’s incredibly bleak but lacks a certain something and I found myself tempted to skip the track having listened to about half of it. And so we are left with ‘Eternal’, another spellbinding instrumental piece that stunningly brings the album to a close. Delicately plucked melodies and a drifting ambiance characterise this beautiful number. It is very, very difficult to find fault with this album. The penultimate track is, in my opinion, something of a weak link, but it’s almost inconsequential given the standard of the other productions around it. Others seeking to nitpick may comment at the narrow scope of the collaborations and the absence of additional vocalists and guest producers; ‘Tri-State’, for example, also featured the likes of Ashley Tomberlin, and a joint production with Andy Moor. But perhaps that was the whole idea behind this album, to keep it much more ‘close knit’ by collaborating only with the very closest of musical companions, which provides the counter argument that further vocalists and influences may have impacted negatively upon the overall sense that ‘Group Therapy’ was sculpted to be a cohesive collection of songs and not a chaotic mix of styles thrown together. Indeed, whilst ‘Tri-State’ was epic, this feels much more like a single, seamless body of work. It’s been worth the wait; Above & Beyond have delivered on the masterpiece we all knew that they were capable of crafting. And then some. Put simply, this is an album that needs to be heard, a true soundtrack of life that will stand the test of time for the care and attention that was put into its creation, and the emotion, warmth and sadness that flows out of it.
Beautiful review album done by Astronica, wich make me remember that commenting a album is an art, like making music and like playing a good selection of tunes in a Dj's selection. Not everybody can do these thing rightfully. It's a real pleasure reading these words and i'll buy this album for discover Above & Beyond as it seems i missed them until today.Music A Fe Rule
Therapeutic Indeed :DBest Trance/Album this year.5/5
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