Various ‎– New Trance

Smart (3) ‎– SMARTCD005
2 × CD, Compilation

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1-01 Candi Staton Love On Love 5:02
1-02 Three Drives Greece 2000 5:37
1-03 X-Cabs Neuro 99 4:26
1-04 Geoff Lawz Project Dr. Kings Dream (Trance Global Mix) 6:51
1-05 Agnelli & Nelson Everyday (Lange Mix)
Remix – Lange
1-06 The Thrillseekers Synaesthesia (Fly Away) (En Motion Mix)
Remix – En-MotionVocals – Sheryl Deane
1-07 Ultra X Tip 6:55
1-08 Tilt Invisible (Supernatural Dub) 6:35
1-09 Breeder Twilo Thunder 11:26
1-10 Energy 52 Café Del Mar (Three & One Mix)
Remix – Hybrid
1-11 X-Cabs Neuro 99 4:26
1-12 Age Of Love Age Of Love (Watch Out For Stella Club Mix) 5:41
2-01 Planet Heaven Morning Star 10:50
2-02 Johnny Shaker Pearl River 6:44
2-03 Blank & Jones Cream 3:01
2-04 Signum What Ya Got 4 Me 7:26
2-05 Tormentor Stay Alive 6:00
2-06 Paul Van Dyk Avenue 4:14
2-07 Blagg* Kids Go Free 5:54
2-08 The Matrix The Matrix 3:51
2-09 Salt Tank Dimension 4:23
2-10 Paul Van Dyk Forbidden Fruit 3:45
2-11 Humate Love Stimulation 3:14
2-12 Tangent (5) Space Party 6:15


CD1 cat#: smartcd005a
CD2 cat#: smartcd005b

Track 1-9 is incorrectly listed as "Mea Culpa - Spiritual Light" on the inlay, this has been corrected in the tracklisting above.
Track 1-10 is wrongly listed as "Café Del Mar (Hybrid's Time Traveller Remix)" but it's the (Three & One Mix).
Track 1-11 is incorrectly listed as "DJ Erik - Spinning (Alex Verhoven Mixes)" but it is again 1-03.
Mix names are not always listed.

This CD is unmixed, but most of the constituent tracks are sourced from mixed compilations so that by the time each track has faded out, the "next" track is clearly identifiable.

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April 27, 2010

This is another of those godawful compilations that mainly feature very brief, watered down versions of tracks taken from other (mixed) compilations. So much so, you can even clearly identify the 'next track' coming in, just before it fades away briskly. 'Dimension' by Salt Tank has been lifted from 'Deeper Shades Of Hooj Volume Three' while I think Ferry Corsten's Dance Nation series has been liberally nicked. Shameful.