Nitros Oxide - Magenta

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2009

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This might have been one of his first tracks with an electro style. It's really good.
 

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I really have a thing for chopped vocals like in this track. Huge one, might even be one of my favorites from Nitrous Oxide!
 

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One of the most iconic basslines in trance history, alongside Air For Life. The chopped vocals work really well.

The track sounds a bit slow and sluggish in its original form (134bpm), bump it up to 138 and it sounds absolutely banging.

I recommend checking this Anjuna mix he did recently showcasing mainly his past works and favourites on the label:

 

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Somehow I ended up feeling really damn nostalgic turning this on. :oops:

Guys!!
 
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Nah, they're distinct enough. If you're looking for a rip-off of 5 check out Tranquility Base - Buzz.

One of the most iconic basslines in trance history, alongside Air For Life. The chopped vocals work really well.

The track sounds a bit slow and sluggish in its original form (134bpm), bump it up to 138 and it sounds absolutely banging.
Yes, also alongside Megashira and the Stoneface & Terminal remix of More Than Anything. I don't know why it wasn't put on Anjunabeats vol. 7. There's some trash in there that it could replace, improving the overall sound of the compilation (which is good).

The tempo is perfect for me. The way I see it, it was meant to be played at lower BPM's.
 
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