Armin™* ‎– Blue Fear

Cyber Records ‎– cyber 015
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM


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Side A plays at 45 RPM
Side B plays at 33 RPM

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  • Rights Society: biem/stemra

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Armin van Buuren Blue Fear 2004(CDr, Promo) Nebula none UK 2004 Sell This Version
NEBCD061 Armin van Buuren Blue Fear 2004(CD, Maxi) Nebula NEBCD061 UK 2004 Sell This Version
NEBT061 Armin van Buuren Blue Fear 2004(12") Nebula NEBT061 UK 2004 Sell This Version
NEBDJX061 Armin van Buuren Blue Fear 2004(12", Promo) Nebula NEBDJX061 UK 2004 Sell This Version
ARDI211 Armin* Blue Fear(4xFile, MP3, 320) Armada Digital ARDI211 Netherlands 2006


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January 12, 2014
Awesome EP. the three songs are amazing, the three tunes have powerfull sounds, cool bases, that means that has a amazing production made by Armin,
like the majority of the people my favorite tune is Blue Fear,first because was one of my first trance tunes that I heard,in the early days, also has a beautifull and hypnotic melody with a lot of new sounds for that time.


June 28, 2010
Armin van Buuren mentioned in an interview that "X Marks The Spot" was the actual A-Side for this EP but that Johan Cyber saw more potential in "Blue Fear" decided to put that on the A-Side. All the tracks have a quite simplistic production style and there wasn't much effects or extravagance, just basic driving tracks that were good tools in a trance jocks arsenal.

"Blue Fear" is the epic track of the bunch with it's distinctive high pitched lead, "X Marks the Spot" is a much clever production melodically and uses the sounds better and with it's driving rhythm, it's is use as a mid set builder. "Archae From Space" is the one trace of van Buuren's earlier House productions and it's basicly a "Greece 2000"-influenced remix of "X Marks The Spot". Most of the melodics are dropped and it keeps a couple and focuses on the rhythm and the bassline.