General Base ‎– In Trance

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Roughmix ‎– RTD 199.1499.0
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2 × Vinyl, 12"
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  • Label Code: LC 7551

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RTD 176.1499.3 General Base In Trance(CD, Maxi) Roughmix RTD 176.1499.3 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
NT 11 92 General Base In Trance(12") Next Records NT 11 92 Italy 1992 Sell This Version
RTD 176.1499.0 General Base In Trance(12", Bla) Roughmix RTD 176.1499.0 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
RTD 176.1499.0 General Base In Trance(12") Roughmix RTD 176.1499.0 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
NTR 011 93 General Base In Trance (The Remixes)(12") Next Records NTR 011 93 Italy 1993 Sell This Version

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delirium303

delirium303

October 18, 2017

I am not the opinion like the other Discogs user - btw it is all a matter of taste anyway.
But he wrote that its mid90s - that is wrong. The release was 92 and in that time it was much fresher than it would have if released 95. Its needed to seperate the meaning or the aim of tracks. If you compare more commercial orientated tracks like this one with underground techno or underground trance it makes no sense because its a different kind of music style.
To find out the worth, the quality of a track its better to compare it with similar style tunes. If you do this and if you include the fact how much djs played it back in the days, you can calculate the position of "In Trance" in this connection.
The track, also the more progressive versions, are solide tools for melodic technohouse sets with an old school background. I have memories that Fenslau used it in his famous hr3 clubnights and it was played a lot in clubs and discos in the early 90s.
jayskinner

jayskinner

August 29, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

A typical, mid-90's techno/trance track. Boring 4 on the floor drums, repetitive and really uninspired. A symphony of arpeggiated synths, pipe-organ pianos, acid squiggles and a Yello-ish male vocal saying the title. I think the term "generic" can be given to this release.