Planisphere ‎– So Many Ways

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A So Many Ways (Original Mix) 8:40
B So Many Ways (Force Mass Motion Remix)
Remix – Force Mass MotionRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Michael Wells*
10:20

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Published by BMG Universal Music Publishing (Bonzai Music) 1999
Under exclusive license to Bonzai Trance Progressive UK from Green Martian
℗ 2000 Lightning Records NV © 2000 Big Fish Music Ltd
Distributed by Amato Distribution

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  • Barcode: 5 035308 121008

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BTPUK010 Planisphere So Many Ways(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Bonzai Trance Progressive UK BTPUK010 UK 2000 Sell This Version
BCD-2015-211, BCD2015211 Planisphere So Many Ways(2xFile, MP3, 320) Bonzai Classics, Bonzai Classics BCD-2015-211, BCD2015211 Belgium 2015
BTPUK010 Planisphere So Many Ways(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Bonzai Trance Progressive UK BTPUK010 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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Rich.C

Rich.C

October 7, 2016
Another bonzai release from that guy Verronez, this was a big prog trancer in 2000 but dj's will be torn as to which mix is the best (sometimes with bonzai they labelled the mixes wrong on the vinyl!) Paul Oakenfold played the original mix @ Homelands in 2000, this mix is a bit deeper than the other and the build up in the breakdown is alot longer. Whereas Dave Seaman always seemed to play the FFM mix, this isa lot more driving and techy (and a bit faster) this features on one of his GU mixes. However, both mixes i find are hard to mix, you can find yourself wrestling with this for a while trying to line it up, both oakey, sasha and digweed have struggled mixing this so im not alone, i don't know if it was an issue with the press or what? great track thou from a label that set the benchmark ;)