Endre - I Kill For You [2004]

Artist name(s)
Endre
Release title
I Kill For You
Label name
Anjunabeats
Release year
2004

Gagi

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Absolutely adore this one. A stupidly simple melody, but it works so well. Shows that sound design is just as important. He got help from a known producer (can't remember who) on this one as well, as I think it was his first release.

The remixes, although not even in the same league as the original, were fantastic as well. Probspot and Exertion did one each, and I prefer the Exertion one to the Probspot remix.
 

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I'm going to do something, which is considered illegal in at least 92 countries: I'm agreeing with Matrixmorpheus

Edit: Well, half-agree as in I prefer the Probspot remix but I don't deal in absolutes like Siths
 
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Rico Soarez raped <333 it's like he crafted his own style and produced great tracks under it (similar to Andrew Bennett)
i prefer much more such way of producing rather than "trying different styles" and doing dogshit. because some humans/producers are just about "one thing" the rest will be mediocre.
 

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The Probspot remix and the original mix have different purposes, but I think the Probspot is a better progressive trance track than the original is an uplifting track. Probspot is also closer to old trance with that classic 2-step rhythm.
If you prefer your trance without bells and whistles (which is a valid perspective), then you might prefer the Probspot remix.