Progrez

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This is today's release on russian label Suanda Music...🙄

I suggest we share it with M.I.K.E Push guys. Total disgrace.

Roman Messer - Mystery Land (Abstract Vision Extended Remix) [2023] (starting from 02:25)


Solar Factor - Urban Shakedown (Original Mix) [2002] (starting from 03:01)
His track was removed on soundcloud

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https://soundcloud.com/suandamusic%2Froman-messer-mystery-land-1
 

Uplifted

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His track was removed on soundcloud

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https://soundcloud.com/suandamusic%2Froman-messer-mystery-land-1

yes, after M.I.K.E's post Roman has apologized to him and promised to remove it from all the streaming platforms.

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A bit later M.I.K.E has deleted the post.


Though still there are some retards who reupload it on YouTube and think they're cool and unique.
 
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Special thanks to Breeze Octogonapus for this mention.

Stargazers & Fenna Day - Crystalize [2019] (starting from 3:01)

Nic Chagall - What You Need [2007] (from the start)
 
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Progrez

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yes, after M.I.K.E's post Roman has apologized to him and promised to remove it from all the streaming platforms.

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A bit later M.I.K.E has deleted the post.


Though still there are some retards who reupload it on YouTube and think they're cool and unique.
Well, there is a website called elektrobeats that website still has the track and they've posted an illegal file sharing but I won't post it here because I might get banned.
 

aSeb

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Special thanks to Breeze Octogonapus for this mention.

Stargazers & Fenna Day - Crystalize [2019] (starting from 3:01)

Nic Chagall - What You Need [2007] (from the start)
This is pathetic and shameless.

How can these people call themselves artists?
 

Julian Del Agranda

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The big problem is that huge labels release it…

This encourages people to just rip off in steroid style and release on major labels.
 

erevan

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Sean Tyas - Lift​


and

Skylex - Lift​


I know it's a cover but i recall that Sean got really mad about this and Skylex found a loophole and managed to release it as its own track...
 

Daysleeper

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97% of post 2010 producers lack talent whatsoever. The would never release anything in the vinyl days.
 
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Barry Diston & Lee Amos - F*ckin' Insane [2003] (starting from 2:54)

Slyder - Score (Original Mix) [2000] (starting from 3:41)

As a producer, every morning I wake up with the fear of seeing @Uplifted 's exposing me one day to have ripped/copied/stolen any 90s track without even me realising that. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

As far as I know many tracks from early or late 90s, I didn't know this tune, for example, dated back to year 2000; therefore, it would have really been a coincidence if I would have made a track sounding like that. I'm not defending or taking the part of anyone in here, of course, just saying that sometimes you may just not know that the melody you got in your head might be already "used" and no DAW will warn you about the melody midi matching with an existing tune (it would be an amazing new feature though! :ROFLMAO:)

Obviously, this does not apply if you explicitly rip the melody of a very well-known trance classic tune (like the previously discussed Urban Shakedown or Symsonic) or of a trance tune everyone would still recognise by its riff: that surely is not acceptable and I am puzzled to see how many label owners do not care or do not know (more rare) about such Trance music gems we had in the past decades.
 

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Oliver Smith - Foundation (2019) [0:49]


Paul Thomas & Shadow of Two - Lucir (2014) [0:34]
 

Tenro

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also....

Ferrin & Morris being proper lazy

Alan Morris & Elles de Graaf - Calm The Night (Ferrin & Morris Remix)​


Armin van Buuren presents Perpetuous Dreamer - The Sound of Goodbye (Ferrin & Morris Extended)​


the main melody is identical in both tracks
I know this seems a bit odd, but Alan did make a post due to the similarities:

I suspect there's probably a common thing for tracks to be in limbo for a while or forever (I can think of a couple). Getting a green light from Armin & Co is probably worth just going ahead and getting the release out, better marketing, big names attached etc etc.
 

Julian Del Agranda

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^ No idea weather it's a rip-off.

But I somehow like it. Eventhough it's the generic template genre. The vocals aren't SCREAMED SO MUCH, so that's good. And the melody is pretty cool too I like how it goes into that lower part in the melody. Darren Portner is one of the very few who can sometimes produce decent steroid genericness.