Matt Darey ‎– Ibiza Euphoria

Label:
Dance Dept (3) ‎– TTVCD3078, Telstar TV ‎– TTVCD3078
Series:
Euphoria (6) – Ibiza
Format:
2 × CD, Mixed
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Solar Stone* Seven Cities (Atlantis Mix) 6:10
1-2 Agnelli & Nelson Everyday 5:41
1-3 Art Of Trance Madagascar (Ferry Corsten Mix)
Remix – Ferry Corsten
4:01
1-4 Lost Witness Red Sun Rising (Lange Mix)
Remix – Lange
3:51
1-5 ATB 9pm (Till I Come) (Matt Darey Mix)
Remix – Matt Darey
4:21
1-6 Blockster Grooveline (Matt Darey Mix)
Remix – Matt Darey
3:26
1-7 WestBam vs. Red Jerry Wizards Of The Sonic (Matt Darey Mix)
Remix – Matt Darey
6:44
1-8 Matt Darey Presents Mash Up Liberation (Matt Darey Mix)
Remix – Matt Darey
5:17
1-9 Blank & Jones Cream (Paul Van Dyk Mix)
Remix – Paul van Dyk
3:43
1-10 Lost Witness Happiness Happening (Lange Mix)
Remix – Lange
3:40
1-11 Matt Darey From Russia With Love 5:02
1-12 Mauro Picotto Pulsar (Megavoices Mix)
Remix – Megavoices
3:46
1-13 York The Awakening (Quake Mix)
Remix – Quake
4:00
1-14 Underworld King Of Snake 2:31
1-15 Lost Tribe Gamemaster (Signum Mix)
Remix – Signum
4:47
1-16 Liquid Child Diving Faces (Tom Wax & Jakarta Mix)
Remix – Tom Wax & Jakarta*
3:39
1-17 Gouryella Gouryella (Original) 4:07
1-18 Qattara Come With Me 4:07
2-1 Chicane Feat. Maire Brennan Of Clannad* Saltwater (Original Mix)
Featuring – Maire Brennan Of Clannad*
4:37
2-2 Tilt Invisible (Tilt's Supernatural Dub) 6:41
2-3 Tin Tin Out Strings For Yasmin (Matt Darey Mix)
Remix – Matt Darey
6:54
2-4 Veracocha Carte Blanche (Original) 4:12
2-5 M3 Bailamos (Matt Darey Mix)
Remix – Matt Darey
4:12
2-6 The Olmec Heads Spiritualised (Original) 4:58
2-7 Push Universal Nation '99 (Ferry Corsten Mix)
Remix – Ferry Corsten
4:12
2-8 Planet Perfecto Feat. Grace Not Over Yet '99 (Matt Darey Mix)
Featuring – GraceRemix – Matt Darey
3:51
2-9 The Thrillseekers Synaesthesia (En Motion Mix)
Remix – En Motion*
5:12
2-10 Art Of Trance Feat. Caroline Lavelle Breathe
Vocals – Caroline Lavelle
3:44
2-11 Lustral Everytime (Mike Koglin Mix)
Remix – Mike KoglinVocals – Tracy Ackerman
6:12
2-12 Sasha Xpander (Extended) 3:44
2-13 Heliotropic Feat. Verna V.* Alive (Original 12'' Mix)
Featuring – Verna V.*
2:48
2-14 Hurley & Todd Sunstorm (Face Off Remix)
Remix – Face Off
3:58
2-15 The 3 Jays Feeling It Too (Original 12" Mix) 3:30
2-16 Yomanda Synth & Strings (Original Mix) 3:26
2-17 Eclipse Makes Me Love You (Morning Star Mix) 3:42
2-18 Moloko Sing It Back (Boris Dlugosch Musical Mix)
Remix – Boris Dlugosch
2:51

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Distributed in the UK by The Entertainment Network.
Distributed in Eire by Sony Music Ltd.
Made in England.

(P) 1999 Telstar Records Ltd.
(C) 1999 Telstar Records Ltd.
Made in England. Manufactured in the UK.

Comes in two single jewel cases housed in a cardboard box.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 014469 530782
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5014469530782
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 - CD 1): Disctronics S TTVCD 3078 ONE 02
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 - CD 1): IFPI L502
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1 - CD 1): IFPI 8706
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 - CD 2): Disctronics S TTVCD 3078 TWO 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 - CD 2): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1 - CD 2): IFPI 8726
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - CD 1): 90585 TTVCD3078 CD1 1:1:4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - CD 2): 90586 TTVCD3078 CD2 1:1:1
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2 - CD 1 & 2): IFPI L041
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - CD 1 & 2 - mirrored): IFPI 7302

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_Wadsy_

_Wadsy_

September 22, 2019

Like the first Euphoria release, this one is highly overrated in my opinion. I don't know, it just doesn't really do much for me as everything here is music we can get on better albums elsewhere and they just stick to the commercial trance that you see anywhere. Don't get me wrong, both discs have some mentions but it just isn't anywhere near as good as Deeper Euphoria or A Higher State of Euphoria released in the same year. I also prefer the mixing of some of the other DJ's such as Red Jerry, PF Project (A Higher State), and even Dave Pearce.

The first disc starts off great with Solar Stone's Seven Cities and Agnelli & Nelson's Everyday. Lost Witness' Red Sun Rising also makes an appearance and that track is amazing to say the least, and moving on we get Lost Witness' Happiness Happening and Lost Tribe's Gamemaster. These are pretty much the songs that I loved, and the rest are just decent - but this is mainly because of the remixes they used which I was not a fan of. Matt Darey Presents Mash Up's Liberation is a great song, but I do not really like the Matt Darey mix of it, and same goes for the Paul Van Dyk mix of Cream by Blank & Jones and Liquid Child's Diving Faces (Tom Wax & Jakarta Mix). Those tracks are great but these remixes ruined the experience, and the remaining tracks are just average in my opinion. So overall, a decent experience but not enough to call it good as a whole.

The second CD includes some great tracks such as Tilt's Invisible (Tilt's Supernatural Dub), Veracocha's Carte Blanche (Original), The Olmec Heads's Spiritualised (Original), The Thrillseekers's Synaesthesia (En Motion Mix), Sasha's Xpander (Extended) and Hurley & Todd's Sunstorm (Face Off Remix). The last four tracks ruin the ending, as it leaps into house music for no apparent reason or purpose. The mixing again is OK, but I've heard better, and the tracks I have not mentioned are decent, but again, no a fan of Push's Universal Nation '99 (Ferry Corsten Mix), though the original is fantastic. Overall, probably better than CD 1, but it still falls into an average experience.

Overall, Ibiza Euphoria is considered to be the best album to many in the Euphoria series, but my vote still goes to A Higher State of... Euphoria (1999), followed by Deeper Euphoria (1999). This one is average at best, but still ahead of the Mind, Body and Soul release.
2900

2900

June 8, 2014
a fantastic album packed with trance anthem after trance anthem with a little bit of house thrown in for good measure that showcased the sound of summer and ibiza 99, i was a very young dance music fan back then but glad to have been able to enjoy the music, gems such as Solar Stone Seven Cities, Tilt Invisible, and Sasha Xpander for me are the best tracks on here. the fact this album was digitally mixed and wondering how it was done was at the time something very interesting and fascinating for me, i don't know was it even the norm back then but it made the album special for me, same with pure euphoria, now days digitally mixed compilations are to picture perfect for my liking but things move on
Mr.Confidence

Mr.Confidence

July 16, 2008
I still remember the very day i bought this album. I didnt have turntables at the time so i literally bought every dance compilation that was released throughout this year. Needless to say, after moving a few times, i've lost nearly all of them - including this one, sadly.

A great mix, many say this is the best in the Euphoria series, i'd have to agree. It's pure, undiluted trance when it was at its peak. If i still had this i bet even today, this mix would still hold up.

The only thing i didnt like about this, is it was digitally mixed (like most mix albums), it would have been nice to just hear Matt mix it with records, turntables and a mixer, for a truly live experience. Although i recall, when this was released, Matt Darey couldn't even mix - he was still learning!

Fantastic CD and a really good snapshot of dance music circa 1999.
Mrmilano

Mrmilano

March 14, 2008

As a compilation these series were pretty good. Once the sound of electronic started to become more of a household sound, and more and more people started listening to the music outside of the clubs, raves and the scene, the Euphoria became somewhat of the iconic CD's to get... Much better and darker compilations are out there from this Era, but then again, this is a good introduction for the 'newbies' and people who discovered the sounds.

I prefer the first half, with pure trance, and better quality prodcutions, as closer as it gets to the end, it just gets tacky...

PsiKinesis

PsiKinesis

July 8, 2003

Matt Darey was the first DJ I really took a liking to when I heard his mix of Mash Up's Beautiful. From there, I explored his compilations, and happily came upon this two-CD set. It was a great find for me because I was fairly new to the genre at the time. Both albums span a great range of artists and really opened my eyes to many new wonderful sounds. This album was instrumental in getting me hooked on trance and electronic music. Now, not every nook and cranny of the either album was to my liking, but both provided many hours of listening. Again and again. Anyone new to the genre, take a look at this CD. Anyone looking for a good pumpin' and smooth ride of electronic music that hits the hots spots of trance over the last few years, I recommend it just as well.
lostinlimbo

lostinlimbo

March 8, 2003

I am also a Matt Darey junkie, so am biased, but this is a fantastic mix and collection of songs. Even 3-4 years later, this album still sounds good.
DJ2Rekliss

DJ2Rekliss

February 20, 2003
This is a very good mix. It has alot of the greatest hits of all times on it. Check out the other Ibiza Euphoria albums too.
Spankwa

Spankwa

November 19, 2002

Many think that this is the best release in the Euphoria series, and even though I am a little biased towards Mat Darey, I would certainly have to agree.

2 CD's of quality, uplifting trance that is masterfully mixed - what more could you want?