woensdag 1 september 2010

  1. The Age of Love (Jam & Spoon's Watch Out For Stella remix) - Age of Love
  2. We Came in Peace - Dance 2 Trance
  3. Acperience - Hardfloor
  4. Café Del Mar (Three N One remix) - Energy 52
  5. For An Angel (Angel in Heaven) (PVD's E-Werk remix) - Paul Van Dyk
  6. Stella - Jam & Spoon
  7. Mahadeva - Astral Projection
  8. Children (Dream version) - Robert Miles
  9. 1998 (Paul Van Dyk remix) - Binary Finary
10. The First Rebirth - Jones & Stephenson
11. Loops and Tings - Jens
12. Schoneberg (Marmion remix) - Marmion
13. The House of House - Cherry Moon Trax
14. Dreams - Quench
15. Love Stimulation (PVD remix) - Paul Van Dyk pres. Humate
16. Two Full Moons and a Trout (Exclusive 14 remix) - Union Jack
17. LSD - Hallucinogen
18. Beachball - Nalin & Kane
19. Offshore - Chicane with Power Circle
20. Flaming June (B.T. and PVD remix) - B.T.
21. The Orange Theme - Cygnus X
22. Are Am Eye - Commander Tom
23. Calling Earth - Yves Deruyter
24. Out-of-Body Experience - Rabbit in the Moon
25. How Much Can You Take? - Visions of Shiva
26. Camargue - C.J. Bolland
27. Pulverturm - Neils Van Gogh
28. Hello San Francisco - Dance 2 Trance
29. Superstring (Rank 1 remix) - Cygnus X
30. Madagasca (Ferry Corsten remix) - Art of Trance
31. Sandstorm - DaRude
32. 9 PM (Till I Come) - ATB
33. Not Over Yet (original, '99) - Planet Perfecto pres. Grace
34. Silence (DJ Tiesto in Search of Sunrise remix) - Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan
35. Amphetamine - Drax Ltd.
36. Lost In Love - Legend B.
37. It's Our Future - AWEX
38. Acid Phase - Emmanuel Top
39. Techno-Trance - D-Shake
40. Turkish Bazaar - Emmanuel Top
41. L'Esperanza - Sven Vath
42. Loops Of Infinity (Contemplative) (Arpeggiators remix) - Cosmic Baby
43. No Fate - Zyon
44. Saltwater (Tomski vs Disco Citizens remix) - Chicane feat. Maire Brennan of Clannad
45. Ready to Flow - Nikolai
46. Synaesthesia (Fly Away) - Thrillseekers feat. Sheryl Deane
47. Barber's Adagio for Strings (Ferry Corsten remix) - William Orbit
48. Universal Nation (The Real Anthem) - Push
49. Anomaly...Calling Your Name (Granny's Epicure remix) - Libra Pres. Taylor
50. Kernkraft 400 (EP version) - Zombie Nation
51. Meet Her At the Love Parade - Da Hool
52. Seven Days and One Week - B.B.E.
53. Greece 2000 - Three Drives on a Vinyl
54. Toca's Miracle - Fragma
55. Out of the Blue - System F
56. El Nino - Agnelli & Nelson
57. Gouryella - Gouryella
58. Everytime (Nalin & Kane remix) - Lustral
59. Ayla (Part I, Part II) - Ayla
60. Carte Blanche - Vera Cocha
61. Liberation (Temptation - Fly Like An Eagle) - Matt Darey pres. Mash-Up feat. Marcella Woods
62. Encore Une Fois! (Future Breeze remix) - Sash!
63. Invisible (Lost Tribe remix) - Tilt
64. Everyday (Lange remix) - Agnelli & Nelson
65. Nightmare (Sinister Strings rmix) - Brainbug
66. Waterfall - Atlantic Ocean
67. Xpander - Sasha
68. 10 in 01 (PVD's Only remix) - Members of Mayday
69. Gamemaster - Lost Tribe
70. The Silence - Mike Koglin
71. Cream (Paul Van Dyk remix) - Blank & Jones
72. Das Glockenspiel - Schiller
73. Heaven Scent - Bedrock
74. Airwave (Breathing (Rank 1 vs Dutch Force remix) - Rank 1
75. Seven Cities (Solar Stone's Atlantis remix) - Solar Stone
76. Suburban Train - DJ Tiesto
77. Psycho - Infected Mushroom
78. Follow Me - Jam & Spoon
79. Teleport - Man with No Name
80. Instant Moments - R.O.O.S.
81. Sonic Empire - Members of Mayday
82. Blue Fear - Armin
83. Finished Symphony (Hybrid's Echoplex remix) - Hybrid
84. Komodo (Save a Soul) - Mauro Picotto
85. Someone - Ascension
86. Rez - Underworld
87. Vernons Wonderland - Vernon
88. Paraglide - Paragliders
89. The Meltdown (Pascal F.E.O.S. remix) - Lunatic Asylum
90. Cybertrance - Blue Alphabet
91. Dream Universe - CM
92. Double Dragons - Doof
93. Kinetic - Golden Girls
94. Fragile - LSG
95. Right in the Night (Fall in Love with Music) - Jam & Spoon
96. X-File - Chakra & Edi Mis
97. Don't Give Up - Chicane feat. Bryan Adams
98. The Awakening - York
99. Southern Sun - Paul Oakenfold
100. Touch Me - Rui Da Silva feat. Cassandra

Populair Trance

By the mid-1990s trance, progressive trance, which emerged from acid trance much as progressive house had emerged from acid house, emerged commercially as one of the dominant genres of dance music. Progressive trance has set in stone the basic formula of modern trance by becoming more focused on the anthemic basslines and lead melodies, moving away from hypnotic, repetitive, arpeggiated analog synth patterns and spacey pads. Popular elements and anthemic pads became more widespread. Compositions continued to contain incremental changes (aka progressive structures), sometimes composed in thirds.

Meanwhile, a different type of trance, generally called uplifting trance, became popular. Uplifting trance had buildups and breakdowns that were longer and more exaggerated, being more direct and less subtle than progressive, with more easily identifiable tunes and anthems. Many such trance tracks follow a set form, featuring an introduction, steady build, a breakdown, and then an anthem, a form aptly called the "build-breakdown-anthem" form. Uplifting vocals, usually female, were also becoming more and more prevalent, adding to trance's popular appeal.[citation needed]

Immensely popular, trance found itself filling a niche that was 'edgier' than house, more soothing than drum and bass, and more melodic than techno, which made it accessible to a wide audience. Artists like Paul van Dyk, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Robert Miles, Above & Beyond, Darren Tate, Ferry Corsten, Johan Gielen, ATB, Paul Oakenfold, Aly & Fila, Pulser and Third Element came to the forefront as premier producers and remixers, bringing with them the emotional, "epic" feel of the style. Many of these producers also DJ'd in clubs playing their own productions as well as those by other trance DJs. By the end of the 1990s, trance remained commercially huge, but fractured into an extremely diverse genre. Some of the artists that helped create the trance sound in the early and mid-1990s had, by the end of the decade, abandoned trance completely in favor of more underground sounds.[citation needed] Artists of particular note here include Pascal F.E.O.S. and Oliver Lieb.
Trance is a genre of electronic dance music that developed in the 1990s. Trance music is generally characterized by a tempo of between 120 and 140 BPM, short melodic synthesizer  phrases, and a musical form that builds up and down throughout a track. It is a combination of many forms of music such as industrial, techno, and house. The origin of the term is uncertain, with some suggesting that the term is derived from the Klaus Schulze album Trancefer (1981) or the early trance act Dance 2 Trance. In any case, the name is undoubtedly linked to the ability of music to induce an altered state of consciousness  known as a trance. The effect of some trance music has been likened to the trance-inducing music created by ancient shamanists during long periods of drumming.

zondag 29 augustus 2010

Trance Blog

Hey guys Im going to post the best (in my opinion) Trance songs on this blog.