Kai Tracid ‎– Trance & Acid

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Trance & Acid 7:07
Pure Acid 8:08

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TTX2035 Kai Tracid Trance & Acid(12") Tracid Traxxx TTX2035 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
TTX2035´R Kai Tracid Trance & Acid(12") Tracid Traxxx TTX2035´R Germany 2002 Sell This Version
DAD 672579 2, 6725792000 Kai Tracid Trance & Acid(CD, Maxi, Enh) Dance Division, Dance Division, Epic, Epic DAD 672579 2, 6725792000 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
W2M624X01 Kai Tracid Trance & Acid(5xFile, FLAC) Tracid Digital W2M624X01 Germany 2011
W2M624X01 Kai Tracid Trance & Acid(5xFile, MP3, 320) Tracid Digital W2M624X01 Germany 2011
none Kai Tracid Trance & Acid (Binary Finary & Kinetica Remix)(File, MP3, 320) Not On Label (Binary Finary Self-released) none Australia 2015
none Kai Tracid Trance & Acid(CD, Single, Promo) Not On Label none Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

September 21, 2019
referencing Trance & Acid, 12", TTX2035

People hyping Trance & Acid when Kai has other much better tracks in his belt under the Kai Tracid name and other aliases like Formic Acid.
miccloarch

miccloarch

July 2, 2019
edited 5 months ago
referencing Trance & Acid, 12", TTX2035

Kiddies, learn some history and realize Kai Tracid (Kai Franz) is the idiot, less creative half of ASYS, the classic German hardtrance duo. Frank Ellrich was the musical brains behind that operation. Kai Franz was merely a better business man, which is how he managed to make a remix of Misjah & Groovehead's "Trippin' Out" while letting the world think it was his original work.

Sure, he credits the original in the liner notes, hilariously calling it a "cover", but he knew 95% of people who hear it won't buy it, they'll just remember the name "Kai Tracid," and think it's a legendary track/artist. It's a decent remix, but not a "classic" of any genre, nor the beginning of some "new" genre. Early 2000s hard trance is just that, hard trance; the all time legends of hard trance are Mellow Trax, Disintegrator, Drax, Sunbeam, Misjah-Groovehead, and ASYS (which was always Ellrich's project anyway).
maroko

maroko

July 17, 2018
referencing Trance & Acid, 12", TTX2035
God almighty. You cannot be serious and tell me that this goat cheese putrid of an excuse of a release still holds any relevance at all.

Is a Yoji Biomehanika return next up to the bat then?
-MuzikizuM-

-MuzikizuM-

July 2, 2018
referencing Trance & Acid, 12", TTX2035
I Hate Models has been smashing this lately introducing young punters to this classic, might have something to do with the price hike.
SLAWEK.PL

SLAWEK.PL

January 12, 2014
referencing Trance & Acid, 12", TTX2035
One of the best Tracid's track,with sick angry hard style bassline,and really mad as hell 303! Awesome stuff
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

February 4, 2012
referencing Trance & Acid, 12", TTX2035
Acid and trance belong together, don't you think?
Phosphor

Phosphor

May 29, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Trance & Acid, 12", TTX2035
This is definitely the hardest track, released under the name "Kai Tracid". Hard bassline, mad acid and one of the best melodies of this young century. "Trance & Acid" was one of the first Kai Tracid releases I ever heard and it's still one of the best.

"Pure Acid" is not my cup of tea. The acid lines are not as rough as known and sometimes they are a bit noisy. I can't hear this tune very loud. It has more similarities with early acid tracks than with modern Kai Tracid releases.