Vincent De Moor Presents Emerald ‎– Fly Away (2000)

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Vincent De Moor
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Fly Away
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Armada?
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The 2007 Sean Tyas remix is at least as good:

I've never liked the Cosmic Gate remix from the same year, which IMO is both overrated and overplayed:

It'd sound way better if they remixed it in 2005/2006. A melody like this begs for a banging 140 BPM remix, not something like that.
 
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The Cosmic Gate Remix itself is a classic. Thats a huge achievement when remixing a classic.

Its one of the best remixes ever, when talking about remixes of trance classics.
 
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Well, that's something I'll never understand. If anything, that title belongs to the Sean Tyas remix. The intensity is through the roof in that one.
 

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I like all 3 mixes actually, but I agree with the Sean Tyas mix being the best one of them.
 

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I think the original version has much charm, especially because it doesn't sound like a Tyas 140 BPM banger. The original feels like it just has more room to breathe, and the strings during the climax are nice.
The Cosmic Gate remix feels very "ASOT"-like. Their interpretation is fine and fits with Cosmic Gate's sound from that year, but it's not exactly faithful to the original.

For me, it's original > Sean Tyas remix > Cosmic Gate remix.