DJ Ferry Corsten* ‎– Global Trance Missions _02: Ibiza

Moonshine Music ‎– MM 80169-2
CD, Compilation, Mixed

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01 Yahel Sugar 1
02 Alibi Eternity (Thrillseekers Remix)
Remix – Thrillseekers*
03 OceanLab Feat. Justine Suissa Clear Blue Water (Ferry Corsten Remix)
Remix – Ferry Corsten
04 Rising Star Clear Blue Moon
05 Sunscreem Vs. Push Please Save Me
06 Tranquility Base Razorfish (Above & Beyond Progressive Mix)
Remix – Above & Beyond
07 Delerium Underwater (Rank 1 Remix)
Remix – Rank 1
08 System F Lost In Motion
09 Lange Drifting Away
Featuring – Skye (2)
10 Eon (2) Pocket Damage
11 Ransom My Dance (Ferry Corsten Remix)
Remix – Ferry Corsten
12 Roger Goode In The Beginning Again (Ferry Corsten Remix)
Remix – Ferry Corsten


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May 29, 2004
In my opinion, much better than his first Trance nations release. The mood is set by Sugar1, and it is followed throughout the cd. The one and only problem I have however, is that one this site Lost in Motion is listed as being by moonman, and my copy of the cd says it is by System F. Also, I cannot seem to find this song on any other compilation or cd. This original song, mixed with the mood set by the other songs, make this compilation great overall, and a must have for any trance or Ferry corsten fan.


August 27, 2003

This compilation appeals to me much more than Ferry Corsten's first Global Trancemissions release. The opening track, Sugar 1, is one that gets you into a dreaming mood immediately. From there, the album travels through very well mixed, emotional trance tracks as well as beautiful vocal songs like Ferry's mix of Clear Blue Water and Rank 1's mix of Underwater. After that, the album is rounded out with tracks that step into the hard area a little more. Tracks like Ferry's mix of My Dance and Pocket Damage really bring out what Ferry Corsten's sound is all about. Rough-edged trance, emotional vocals and brilliant mixing are primary throughout this release. I'm proud to say that I bought this album. Ferry Corsten is spectacular.