1 Dec 2009, 00:03 by SynthR
15 Jun 2008, 12:00 by MiTcXHere is my top Trance music list (classic/progressive/vocal/dream Trance, Goa,...).
Ok, i miss some tracks, but I'll add them if/when I remember.
Ok2, hu ? is there any wrong titles here ? Oh, maybe ! (correct me)
Ok3, ah..... ok, i put some sounds like dance groups here...yeah but with a more trance remix it would be excellent !
(*) The first track s a sound from a trance mix. I don't remember the title nor the artist, please, if you know this music (min 39 to 43), send me a message !!! It's an amazing track !
1. http://webfractales.free.fr/vrac/music/dewplayer.swf?mp3=aMix_special_Trance_de_Max.mp3&autoplay=1&autoreplay=1&volume=70 (*)
2. William Orbit - Barber's Adagio For Strings
3. Energy 52 - Cafe del Mar
4. Moby - Go !
5. Astral Projection - Mahadeva
6. Legend B - Lost in Love
7. Gouryella - Walhalla
8. Perpetuous Dreamer - The Sound of Goodbye
9. Delirium - Silence
10. Perpetuous Dreamer - Future Funland
16 May 2008, 10:01 by Addicted2MelodyTHE TRANCE JOURNAL - (PART 2)
THE BIG COUNTDOWN - MY 150 GREATEST TRANCE TUNES (92-07)
Ok, so let's imagine someone new to trance, the type of person I euphemistically describe as the "outsider", has stumbled across PART 1 of this trance journal. They may now understand a bit better how trance works. Hopefully, it's dispelled a few myths. They may even be interested in giving the genre a try. But where the hell do you begin? While the concept is growing year on year within trance, the genre itself is not really based around the idea of the "artist album", so it's not just a case of getting a list of "reputable" trance producers and downloading their albums. Nor do I think it's enough to get one of the countless "best of" compilations that are released year on year as, despite the obvious stuff, they'll probably be missing material that has never entered the mainstream or been picked up on by the larger, compilation pushing labels. …
10 Oct 2007, 22:24 by VilmeRI remebered som old tunes that people used to listen to when I was a kid, and decided to pick them up again.
Prodigy - Breath is on hell of a song. I remeber beeing scared of that maniac. The track is so mean and dark, suprsingly good. Smack my bitch up, mindfields nad firestarter are classics as well, but Breath is still the king.
Something completley else is the Offspring album Americana
It still stands strong today!
Staring At The Sun and the end of Pay The Manis really punkrock history, and amazingly good.
Another childhood classic is
Antiloop- Start Rockin
Early 2000 style electro before it was called electro. Rember the video with all the glorias, good idea!
It´s still a good track exept for the horrible lady voice "cha-cha-cha" things.
and another one:
hope you haven´t forgotten this one! Horrible is all I have to say...
and in the same genre:
King of My Castle
In my opinion a really good track. …
27 Jan 2007, 09:39 by takerukoushirouToday I found the first Queer as Folk Soundtrack in my postbox, freshly imported from the US. About one week ago I finished watching the first season (poor Justin oO!); I hope the next season will be released soon ^^ So, for the time being, I can at least listen to the Soundtrack =)
Queer as Folk Soundtrack:
Greek Buck, Barry Harris, Full Frontal, Heather Small, Kristine W., Alcazar, Jay-Jay Johanson, Mint Royale, B-U, Antiloop, Love Inc., Katty B., Carole Pope, Touch and Go
5 Jan 2007, 19:08 by geheza
21 Dec 2006, 21:10 by helikoppterYesterday I went shopping for christmas gifts. When I was done I made a visit to what used to be one of my favorite record stores (too expensive nowadays and I rarely go downtown...) and found this big box with singles they wanted to get rid of. The offer was 10 singles for 30kr, so I ended up leaving with 20 of them. That's approx. US$0.44/single. Here's the last 10.
- Couldn't remember why but I knew I wanted to check out the music of Peking Laundry a couple of years ago.
Turns out the reason I wanted to check them out was that Martin Sköld (of Kent) is one of the two members. The title track is a pretty nice pop/rock piece with plenty of electronics. The B-side, Soon Be On Her Way, is slowpaced and has even more electronic stuff in it - very nice! Discoverywise, this is my favorite out of all these singles ^^
- I like them, but hadn't heard B-side, La Mer.
The title track offers no surprises - this is the same as on Raymond & Maria's debut album…
5 Nov 2006, 23:29 by DjK8oard1. First of all, please introduce Yourself to TranceSound.net comunity and also add a few things about Tom aswell and Tearrain as a project too
We are project Tearrain from Finland. Matti from north and Tomi from south. We met each other while we studied in same school. We've been making music together for about 3 years. Four releases so far, under Subtraxx Recordings.
2. How did You come to discover electronic music ?
Matti: My first touch with electronic music was back in 96 i think, back then hardcore and dance-music were on top. I remember artists like Scooter, Prodigy, Robert Miles and Antiloop which completely turned me in to EDM. But it didn't take more than one track to take me in to trance. That track was BT - Godspeed which i keep as one of the greatest classics there is.
Tomi: First artists I listened were RMB, Robert Miles & 2unlimited, back in the golden season of eurodance, 95. The ones that made me turn in to trance-music were Paul van Dyk, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto and most importantly Ferry Corsten. …
12 Jun 2006, 19:07 by alt_muxLoooooop IT!!!!
29 Apr 2006, 23:19 by MaxRaineHmm... it seems Antiloop is by far my favourite artist... this however is not entirely correct either... I do like them but I just found I had three albums, of which two are basicly the same and one has a few songs which are on one or both of the others, on my playlist... so they have gotten more of my attention than was planned... Oh well that's what happens when you don't check your playlist before letting it play all day...