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  1. Manofearth

    Aria - One (Voyager Remix) [2001]

    It certainly is unique. I had never heard these two before. Nice.
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    The Digital Blonde - Electra [1999]

    Saw Tiesto play it many years a go, it is melancholic in its emotion, the crowd really responded. It feels to me like a Tiesto track sometimes with the melody.
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    Trancefix Interview - Allende

    That was enjoyable read, thanks. Didnt know the Forgotten track, the 99 Returning Mix is a really good one.
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    OUT Slam Duck - Weightless [JOOF Recordings]

    Weightless is good for me, I closed my eyes in the break and felt it. Fear of the Unknown does feel like as is described above, not developing into a musical idea or storyline.
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    OUT Pink Bomb - Indica (Orkidea & Solarstone Pure Progressive Mix) [Pure Progressive]

    No fun and warm bassline like the original. I love that track
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    P.O.S - Remember/Amnesiac [2003]

    Very energising and melodic, it’s great music
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    Upcoming series / Latest series you've watched

    Recently rewatched The Wire, my favourite TV serie, especially Season 1 and Season 3
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    The story behind "Dance 2 Trance - Power Of American Natives" by Jam El Mar [Interview]

    Enjoyable interview again with Rolf, he gives good answers
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    B.I.G. - A Promise (2004)

    Carpe Diem I know and own, but this one got through the net. It feels cinematic, but not dramatic. Very good progressive. Makes you close your eyes.
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    Sunny Lax - M.I.R.A (2006)

    Fantastic music
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    [Old] Progressive House music

    The most famous one of all?
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    OUT Sunny Lax - The Fountain / Losing It / Reptile [Anjunabeats]

    I also like this Reptile track. Very different from Sunny Lax. He should do this style more
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    [Old] Progressive House music

    Red Jerry, the HOOJ legend
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    OUT gardenstate - Surreal [Anjunabeats]

    Really good and chill. The vocal makes it, very house in style, it works
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    Joshua Ryan - Pistolwhip (Inc James Holden Remix) [2000]

    There’s something magical about these two tracks. I heard the original live once and it has always remained with me. The Holden mix I find I listen to more though, for my home experience. James Holden Mix https://youtube/VMQ2op5cMi4 Original Mix
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    Is sampling "copying"?

    Sampling is the core of all music. If at the end of process your track has its own life and identity then there is no problem I think.
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    James Holden - Horizons [2000]

    James Holden was a masterclass act. Did he stop making music all together? Too talented to abandon music
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    Kamaya Painters - Endless Wave [1998]

    It embodies the early ISOS spirit.
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    Medway - Resurrection [1998]

    Subtle and deep. It’s a work of art.
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    Pete Lazonby - Sacred Cycle [1994]

    This one needs a bump. It’s very well done. There’s a number of great remixes too, the Derek Howell one is my favourite.