Markus Schulz ‎– Do You Dream?

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ARDI1564 Markus Schulz Do You Dream?(16xFile, MP3, Album) Armada Digital ARDI1564 Netherlands 2010
88697737932 Markus Schulz Do You Dream ?(CD, Album) Sony Music 88697737932 Poland 2010 Sell This Version
ARDI1833 Markus Schulz Do You Dream? (The Extended Versions)(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Armada Digital ARDI1833 Netherlands 2010
ARDI1833 Markus Schulz Do You Dream? (The Extended Versions)(13xFile, WAV, Album) Armada Digital ARDI1833 Netherlands 2010
UL 2405 Markus Schulz Do You Dream?(16xFile, MP3, Album) Ultra Records UL 2405 US 2010
45CD10032 Markus Schulz Do You Dream?(CD, Album) 405 Recordings 45CD10032 Australia 2010 Sell This Version
UL 2405-2 Markus Schulz Do You Dream?(CD, Album) Ultra Records UL 2405-2 USA & Canada 2010 Sell This Version
ARMA255 Markus Schulz Do You Dream?(CD, Album) Armada (4) ARMA255 Netherlands 2010 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD00269 Markus Schulz Do You Dream?(CD, Album, Dig) TME, Open Gate Records ПРЗ CD00269 Russia 2010 Sell This Version
45CD10032 Markus Schulz Do You Dream?(File, MP3, Mixed + 16xFile, MP3 + Album) 405 Recordings 45CD10032 Australia 2010

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Cardia1

Cardia1

November 20, 2013
referencing Do You Dream?, CD, Album, ARMA255

This is a Album of Highs and lows, some tracks are too comercial and with weak melodies, but at the same time there are powerful tracks very touching and outstanding. My favourite tracks are: "Do you dream", "Surreal", "Lifted", "Perception", "the new wold" and "65.4 hz". The Vocal female are really beautiful and touching in the tracks i mentioned.
yourma2000

yourma2000

December 7, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Do You Dream?, CD, Album, ARMA255

Definitely on par with Chicane's Giants album as one of the best this year in the trance department (although I've yet to hear many other albums that have been released by other trance artists), like Maurautius said his dark trance style is really unique and provides something different to listen to. The first two tracks are very good at giving out goosebumps (Sir Adrian has a cold voice which fits well with Markus's style), Markus has done what every smart electronic producer has done, not only produced some really great trance pieces for this album but he has also created some downtempo, acoustic and some drum & bass paced tracks which still retain the trance feel, it's good to listen to something different yet still be classed as trance. The best thing about this album is the way all the tracks are individual, there are none that stand out above the rest in a way that leaves any of the other songs gathering dust as they're all unique in there own way, he really deserves Kudos for this album, definitely proud to own this on CD.
Maurautius

Maurautius

October 15, 2010
referencing Do You Dream?, CD, Album, ARMA255
The best electronic album of 2010 in my opinion, no doubt. Markus Schulz is one of the most popular DJs in the world and for very good reason. His darker, more brooding style of progressive trance is something extremely unique and fresh in the scene these days. There is about 50 percent vocal trance here (male and female) and about 50 percent instrumentals. If you've been following his career then you'd know he has several other albums, compilations and remixes that reek quality. His side project, Dakota, is a more vocal-less house approach to his building themes. Simply put, this man can do no wrong. I would have to say my favorite track here is the vocal mix of the album-titled track... Extremely moving when the female vocals kick in. To my ears, its very early trance inspired. This guy really is something special. Get this album, you won't regret it.
carler

carler

September 30, 2010
referencing Do You Dream?, CD, Album, ARMA255

People who give this album less than 4 stars have without a doubt audition problems. This is the best CD of 2010. Judging from the high quality of each of the tracks, it is extremely clear that the album was made for the love of music, and not for the love of money. It is obvious now that Markus is the best progressive trance producer at the moment.