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    Quote Originally Posted by tranceclassics View Post

    Is there a difference between 'classics' and 'anthems' too for you guys? I'd say so, and think there's confusion stemming from this for some.
    Do many people class tracks as official 'Anthems'? I certainly dont - a track is either a classic or not. 'Anthem' is just a word that came into the mainstream after a while - probably created by the many compilations back in the day. What about a 'Choon'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdelayna View Post
    Do many people class tracks as official 'Anthems'? I certainly dont - a track is either a classic or not. 'Anthem' is just a word that came into the mainstream after a while - probably created by the many compilations back in the day. What about a 'Choon'?
    There's a difference between 'anthems' , and 'official anthems' of course mate. An official anthem would be a track written specifically for, or chosen for an event or something in particular. Something such as those Sensation Anthems from over the years.

    Trance 'Anthems' is just a case replacing the word 'classics' with 'anthem'. They are of course still classics, but 'anthems' is more synonymous with those commercial classics found on the compilations we speak of.

    I was simply suggesting that some people may only class the sounds/tracks featured on those sorts of compilations as classics giving them a far smaller list.

    Delerium - Silence
    Binary Finary - 1998
    BBE - 7 Days and One Week
    Faithless - Insomnia
    PVD - For An Angel

    ...you know the rest of the script

    A 'choon/tune' though is simply a slang, descriptive term for a 'banger' haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranceclassics View Post
    There's a difference between 'anthems' , and 'official anthems' of course mate. An official anthem would be a track written specifically for, or chosen for an event or something in particular. Something such as those Sensation Anthems from over the years.
    lol,i didnt mean it like that - i just meant an anthem is all down to public opinion,and its a term derived from the late 90's,thanks to the commercial CDs. It just made me chuckle you asked a proper question about it to the people on here.

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    From 2015 I searching and doing one big compilation on this and my tracklist has yet 1317 classic trance/dance songs 5 days 21 hours 4 minutes and 55 seconds of music, i try sellect only really great one, some songs certainly will not like everyone so i say around +- 1000 really great classic trance songs are out there to this day.
    All i can say is search, search, search there are gems that have few hundreds views.
    1991: 1 song
    1992: 3
    1993: 10
    1994: 11
    1995: 11
    1996: 31
    1997: 84
    1998: 78
    1999: 150
    2000: 149
    2001: 133
    2002: 197
    2003: 140
    2004: 123
    2005: 61 (till this year the trance/dance genre was pretty mainstream in Europe after that, the genre faded from mainstream)
    2006: 26
    2007: 23
    2008: 13
    2009: 12
    2010: 8
    2011: 16
    2012: 7
    2013: 4
    2014: 8
    2015: 9
    2016: 8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerio View Post
    1991: 1 song
    Whats is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hensmon View Post
    Whats is it?
    Zyon - no fate. But according to discog it was released in 1992 my mistake, on youtube video is wrote 1991

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerio View Post
    2006: 26
    Such a little number, there MUST be more. I think I can for sure make a list of at least 50.

    That just goes to prove this thread's title. There's always more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdelayna View Post
    lol,i didnt mean it like that - i just meant an anthem is all down to public opinion,and its a term derived from the late 90's,thanks to the commercial CDs. It just made me chuckle you asked a proper question about it to the people on here.
    Don't really see what's that funny about it myself, but glad it gave you some amusement. I'm sure everyone here is highly knowledgable in their classics of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerio View Post
    Zyon - no fate. But according to discog it was released in 1992 my mistake, on youtube video is wrote 1991
    Haha well how about this one from 1991. FSOL - Papa New Guinea aka best Non-Trance, Trance track ever made


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hensmon View Post
    Haha well how about this one from 1991. FSOL - Papa New Guinea aka best Non-Trance, Trance track ever made

    [videyoutube;wfWMv8Y1V5E]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfWMv8Y1V5E]movie[/URL]
    :-O this is exactlly what was looking for, i was listening this compilation of FSOL https://youtu.be/vU7rBcEOczM?t=435 and also want to know name of the track in 7:15min, thank you very much

    I do not say there is not more great songs whether it be from 1991 or from 2006 that is why i had till the end of the year 2016 "only" around 1112 songs. I still listening and looking for great songs, and I am grateful for every inspiration/help as Hensom did it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerio View Post
    From 2015 I searching and doing one big compilation on this and my tracklist has yet 1317 classic trance/dance songs 5 days 21 hours 4 minutes and 55 seconds of music, i try sellect only really great one, some songs certainly will not like everyone so i say around +- 1000 really great classic trance songs are out there to this day.
    All i can say is search, search, search there are gems that have few hundreds views.
    1991: 1 song
    1992: 3
    1993: 10
    1994: 11
    1995: 11
    1996: 31
    1997: 84
    1998: 78
    1999: 150
    2000: 149
    2001: 133
    2002: 197
    2003: 140
    2004: 123
    2005: 61 (till this year the trance/dance genre was pretty mainstream in Europe after that, the genre faded from mainstream)
    2006: 26
    2007: 23
    2008: 13
    2009: 12
    2010: 8
    2011: 16
    2012: 7
    2013: 4
    2014: 8
    2015: 9
    2016: 8
    My own Trance Classics playlist on my media player has nearly 3000 tracks, and that's only from and including 1988- 2008. Saying that, it does include several remixes of certain tracks etc which will put the numbers up. Just shows you how different each of our views can vary though

    What about this one from Resistance D from '91? Not going to be to everyones taste of course, but for some of the earliest sounds this certainly falls into classic territory IMO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tranceclassics View Post
    What about this one from Resistance D from '91?
    Evil....I like it! One more the collection

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranceclassics View Post
    Don't really see what's that funny about it myself, but glad it gave you some amusement. I'm sure everyone here is highly knowledgable in their classics of course
    I just dont get your point about classics vs 'anthems'. Why would people get them confused..

    Darude - Sandstorm is an anthem,but is it a classic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdelayna View Post
    I just dont get your point about classics vs 'anthems'. Why would people get them confused..

    Darude - Sandstorm is an anthem,but is it a classic?
    I thought I explained it pretty well myself, but sorry if you don't understand what I was getting at here.

    I'll try again:

    I'm referring to how some peoples lists of classics vary massively in size. Of course we all have different rules and so on and it's all subjective.

    What I was pointing toward was a theory that some may only class those more commercial/obvious tracks found on the likes of 'anthems' compilations as classics and not those outwith.

    It's much the same as people only referring to the glory years stuff as the classics, but to a lesser extent.

    "Anthems" to me, refers to those tracks I previously mentioned. The most successful/commercial/obvious releases.

    Those tracks ARE still classics yes (including many of the most popular classics of all time). I'm simply suggesting that they may look at anthems to compile their list of classics, and not include some of the lesser known, hidden gems out there that we all know and love. Tracks that deserve to be on those compilations but never see the light of day because of those usual suspects.

    Just felt it was a valid point. I'm not suggesting you do this yourself.

    As I said we've all got our own sets of rules....maybe some of us out there have this set. Of course it'd take a much more casual fan to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tranceclassics View Post
    I thought I explained it pretty well myself, but sorry if you don't understand what I was getting at here.

    I'll try again:

    I'm referring to how some peoples lists of classics vary massively in size. Of course we all have different rules and so on and it's all subjective.

    What I was pointing toward was a theory that some may only class those more commercial/obvious tracks found on the likes of 'anthems' compilations as classics and not those outwith.

    It's much the same as people only referring to the glory years stuff as the classics, but to a lesser extent.

    "Anthems" to me, refers to those tracks I previously mentioned. The most successful/commercial/obvious releases.

    Those tracks ARE still classics yes (including many of the most popular classics of all time). I'm simply suggesting that they may look at anthems to compile their list of classics, and not include some of the lesser known, hidden gems out there that we all know and love. Tracks that deserve to be on those compilations but never see the light of day because of those usual suspects.

    Just felt it was a valid point. I'm not suggesting you do this yourself.

    As I said we've all got our own sets of rules....maybe some of us out there have this set. Of course it'd take a much more casual fan to do so.
    Yeah i re-read your first post and know what you mean now about peoples views on 'Anthems'.

    Sorry its just me confusing matters ha!

    In relation to the actual thread starter and his question,i kind of know what hes getting at as ive wondered it aswell...theres hundreds of great tracks in Trance if you look back...but would there be that expanse and sheer volume if you looked at say, Rock or RnB music?

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