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Choon Choosday: Dance 2 Trance – Trance-o-phobia

19 July, 2016

I admit I don’t know much about Dance 2 Trance, other than they had their (relatively) big hit Power Of American Natives sometime in the earky 90s. But this track turned up on a compilation I bought around that time and I loved it. It’s basic, stripped down, full of repetitive loops but that’s the charm. The relentless bass line gives it a bucket load of oomph, and that cheeky little break down and tempo change in the middle raise it from being merely a tune to being a solid gold





From → Choon Choosday, Music

  1. I didn’t actually remember this until it got to the middle – many VJs (back in the day) just used to sample that middle bit.

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