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Saturday October 11, 2003
11:57 PM

Trance and Dance

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Lately I've been getting into Trance/Techno/Dance music. I bought a few mix albums. So far my favorite is Donna De Lory's "The Hurting", but I like most of what I've heard, including "Klein Aber Doctor" by Atmos and "I'm in Heaven" by Holly James.

Anyone have any recommendations?

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  • Artists to explore in the All Music Guide [allmusic.com]:

    • DJ Tiesto
    • Astral Projection
    • Lab 4
    • Seb Fontaine
    • Mauro Picotto
    • Andy Farley
    • Spiritualized
    • Ferry Corsten
    • Captain Tinrib
    • Jon the Dentist

    Obviously a very European slant :)

    I have about 20 gig or so of MP3s I've collected over the years, spanning between 1988 and 2000 (mostly 1992 onwards though), a lot of stuff that's now mostly forgotten, that only came out on vinyl or cassette and you can't get anymore. It's a shame it would be illegal to share.

      • I've collected over the years, spanning between 1988 and 2000 (mostly 1992 onwards though), a lot of stuff that's now mostly forgotten, that only came out on vinyl or cassette and you can't get anymore.

      I admit I don't really know the music business, but I don't recall seeing things being committed to vinly but not CD after 1988. Maybe only cassette, small independents that couldn't afford the CD mastering, but only vinly or cassette? Maybe a few obscure pressings from anti-CD audiophile artists.

      As I s