Kamaya Painters ‎– Endless Wave

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Data Records ‎– DATA2, Data Records ‎– DATA 2
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Endless Wave (Original Mix)
B Endless Wave (Albion Remix)
Producer [Additional], Remix – Ferry CorstenRemix – Albion

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℗1999 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Black Hole Recordings under exclusive license to Data/Ministry Of Sound Recordings
©1999 Data/Ministry Of Sound Recordings
Made In England

Stiff mint green inner sleeve that shows through the cover's punched Data logo.

Cover and label has catalog number as "DATA2" and the runouts have "DATA 2"

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 026535 010265
  • Barcode (Scan): 5026535010265
  • Matrix / Runout: (Runout, Side A): DATA+2+A ORLAKE TAPE 2 TAPE
  • Matrix / Runout: (Runout, Side B): DATA+2+B ORLAKE SMC @ T2T

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spaceface01

spaceface01

August 3, 2013
edited over 2 years ago

This track is my eternal reminder that you can never write any artist off completely. My love of trance had cooled off by 1999 and Ferry Corsten was generally a red flag for something to be avoided at all costs (the ruination of Art of Trance's Madagasga amongst others... ugh...)

But this little beauty was played by Oakenfold on one of his 1999 Essential mixes (Albion Mix) and it will forever cement Mr Corsten in my all time top 10, much to my frustration. The first half is nice building proggy trance, but the tune really takes off from the break half-way through. The combo of those 'screaming' riffs and angelic synths do it for me every time.

I can safely write this 14 years on and say it's up there as one of my fave trance tracks of all time.
progged

progged

January 23, 2013
Albion mix, hands down. Truly EPIC!
josteih

josteih

January 2, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
This release has both of my all time favourite trance tracks. I can't decide which is better, the original or the Albion remix. Both are outstanding and they are very different.
The original has this very emotional melody with amazing strings in the background which gives me goosebumps every time I hear it.
The Albion remix takes the melody to another level and make it more all-over-the-place, in a good way. When I listen to this I just get completly lost in all the sounds.

Truly amazing release, and a smart move by Data Records to put both on the same vinyl.
DJ_Defcon

DJ_Defcon

March 4, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
The melody is beautiful, like a whirlwind of synths and light percussion, and Tiesto's influence holds a high presence here. This record is one of the more famous Epic Trance records.