Hiroshi Okada - Beyond The Green [2003]

Artist(s)
Hiroshi Okada
Release title
Beyond The Green
Label name
020
Release year
2003

Daysleeper

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Just listened to it.

Theres several things to like about it. Like the bassline, which is groovy, and everything melts together nicely. Im not the biggest acid lover tbh, but it depends how you use it. The melody sounds very late 90s actually, but it works well here.

Thanks for the mention man.
 
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dmgtz96

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Exciting to see a production by an Asian artist, even if the track itself was released in the UK.
The melody sounds very late 90s actually, but it works well here.
It does have a '90s aesthetic! I think it's because of the 2-step effect.
 
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yea bought the vinyl because couldn't find it anywhere. if someone wants can post the flac.
the real gem is the archive of old asots. if you want to know about trance listen all first 300 episodes. it covers 80% (the rest is more deep and specific knowledge)

Exciting to see a production by an Asian artist, even if the track itself was released in the UK.
nah the original is dogshit, the nazi touch makes the difference <3
 
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Arnoud

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yea bought the vinyl because couldn't find it anywhere. if someone wants can post the flac.
the real gem is the archive of old asots. if you want to know about trance listen all first 300 episodes. it covers 80% (the rest is more deep and specific knowledge)


nah the original is dogshit, the nazi touch makes the difference <3
Got myself a vinyl rip already :) You are right about the old ASOT podcasts.
 

dmgtz96

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nah the original is dogshit, the nazi touch makes the difference <3
LOL just realized the track posted is actually a remix. The original is not available on Youtube or anywhere on the Internet