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Trance:Europe Express Vol 03
Various Artists, Incl. 192 Pg. Booklet, Trance Europe Express
Trance:Europe Express Vol 03
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Special Interest, New Age, Pop


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Greater than the sum of its parts
Nancy Taylor | Bethesda, MD | 04/10/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When I first got TEX 3 a decade ago, I found a few songs that instantly grabbed me, copied them onto tapes and put the CDs back on the shelf. Recently, while loading my CD collection onto my computer, I listened to this with fresh ears, and discovered that the tracks I had once neglected were just as good as the rest and that each CD was best played start to finish, without picking and choosing particular cuts. Still hypnotic and trance-inducing, after all these years.

Disk One:
1. Air Liquide - Chromoplastic
2. 808 State - Mondonet
3. Banco de Gaia - Kincajou
4. Luke Slater's 7th Plain - Pearl
5. Pulse - Cariño (Silencio)
6. Joey Beltram - Judgement
7. Sun Electric - Whoshe
8. Holy Language feat. Dr. Motte - Energy
9. Resistance D - Unknown
10. Kinesthesia - Lave Trader
11. ?-Ziq - Roy Castle
12. Caustic Window - C*nt

Disk Two:
1. Mouse on Mars - Maus Mobil
2. Ultramarine - Before
3. Coco Steel and Lovebomb - San Fran
4. William Orbit - Barbarik
5. Inner Space - Araqua
6. Link - Avatar
7. Nüw Idol - Ancient Memory
8. The Grid - Big Foot
9. Alter Ego - Sex and Gender
10. Biosphere - The Third Planet
11. Infinity (Juan Atkins) - I-94
12. Eddie 'Flashin'' Fowlkes - Track 4
13. Emergency Broadcast Network - 3:78"
One of my all time favorites...
Steve Wainstead | Jackson Heights, NY United States | 07/01/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"There's just something about disk one of this double CD: the first nine tracks flow together in a most stimulating and hypnotic way (by Air Liquide, 808 State, Bando de Gaia, et al). I own a huge stack of Trance collections, including others from the Volume label (volumes 1 and 2, Breakbeat Science, etc.), but I've never found anything that switches me on like disk one of this set. Highly recommended."
Super Trance
Steve Wainstead | 02/11/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"An excellent compilation for after the club/rave"