If you are familiar at all with that word, it invoked in your mind a certain sound, a certain style, a certain quality. It is one of the top labels in dance music. Run by Dubfire and Sharam from Deep Dish, Yoshitoshi to date has over 120 vinyl releases, gave the dance world the critically acclaimed "Yoshiesque" series, and is home to the well-known Shinichi sub-label.
Yoshitoshi and Shinichi staples Sultan and Tommyboy have teamed up to deliver yet another progressive standard, You Make Me Feel Extacy, which was released in June 2005. Dance music's love affair with the "ecstasy" theme (and all of the innuendos and spellings) is a bit tired in this day and age; thankfully the mixes are not. All three mixes should be staples for any progressive DJ. Many progressive house fans will recognize the "extacy" voice sample from Dan Robbins' DBD (Dancing in the Dark) on Junior Records back in 2001.
Finally, Yoshitoshi has included some DJ tools two tracks of strings, pads and other elements from each of the mixes and an a cappella track. Unfortunately, it is not the "extacy" sample but the female voice from the Muzzaik mix. It's usable because it's on beat and has some interesting processing to it but it's not quite as cool as the other.