ATB & George Acosta ‎– Trance Nation America Two

Ultra Records ‎– UL 1081-2
Trance Nation – America Two
2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed

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Mixed By ATB
1-01 ATB Let You Go (Club Mix) 7:54
1-02 Push Strange World (2000 Remake) 4:57
1-03 Delerium Innocente (Mr Sam's The Space Between Us Mix)
Remix – Mr Sam*
1-04 Taucher Pictures Of A Gallery (Kay Cee Remix)
Remix – Kay Cee*
1-05 Coast 2 Coast Home 6:03
1-06 Smike Van Art & A.J. Sonic Medusa (Fridge Remix)
Remix – Fridge*
1-07 Safri Duo Played Alive (The Bongo Song) (Original Club Version) 4:51
1-08 Ian Van Dahl Featuring Marsha Castles In The Sky (Extended Mix) 5:27
1-09 Barthezz On The Move (DuMonde Mix)
Remix – DuMonde
1-10 Nino Lopez Project Experience (ATB Remix)
Remix – ATB
1-11 Mauro Picotto Like This Like That (Album Mix) 2:21
1-12 Plummet Damaged (Ford's Transcendental 12" Mix)
Remix [Uncredited] – Ford
1-13 M.O.R.P.H.* Maximum Overdrive (Extended Mix) 5:45
1-14 Santa Cruz (3) Imagine (DJ Jan & Christophe Chantzis Remix)
Remix – Christophe Chantzis, DJ Jan
Mixed By George Acosta
2-01 Members Of Mayday 10 In 01 (Paul Van Dyk Mix)
Remix – Paul van Dyk
2-02 Lexos The Key 4:07
2-03 Steve Morley Sacred City (Shane Remix)
Remix – Shane
2-04 System F Exhale 5:49
2-05 Slusnik Luna Sun 2:46
2-06 Free Radical Surreal 6:12
2-07 Maria Rubia Say It (Rob Searle Main Mix)
Remix – Rob Searle
2-08 DuMonde Never Look Back (Just Talking) (Original Mix) 5:29
2-09 Derb Derbus 5:49
2-10 Yakooza Stronger (DJ Wag Remix)
Remix – DJ Wag
2-11 George Acosta Presents M.A.G. Taking Over Space (George Acosta Mix)
Remix – George Acosta
2-12 DJ Snowman Skydiver (Pulsedriver Remix)
Remix – Pulsedriver
2-13 Angel Of Death Angel Of Death (Tracid Mix)
Remix – Kai Tracid
2-14 DJ Scot Project O (Overdrive) (Arome Remix)
Remix – Arome



CD one mixed at Spacelab Musix

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typo on 1-3: "Mr Sams's"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (CD One): Z02660 25 UL1081-2.1 01 MUSIC CONNECTION
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Two): Z02661 25 UL1081-2.2 01 MUSIC CONNECTION
  • Barcode: 6 17465 10812 9

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April 28, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This compilation holds a special place in my heart. Not only is it my favorite compilation, but It was the first CD I ever purchased as I was getting into electronic music. I was about nine at the time, and I was extremely interested in Trance music, and the culture associated with it. I was watching television when the advert for this CD came on. I music that was so euphoric and uplifting, I fell in love with it at that moment. When I asked my mom to call the number and order it, she knew I was sincere and that I needed to have that CD. So she dialed the number, ordered the CD, and a few weeks later I received the greatest thing I have ever gotten in the mail. I must have listened to it a hundred times over when I got it. “Trance Nation America 2” has everything that good Trance compilation needs. You couldn’t ask for a better array of spectacular and uplifting anthems packed on two discs. Mixed by two of the world’s finest Trance superstars, ATB and George Acosta, this compilation is beyond fantastic. Kicking of the first CD is ATB’s massive hit, “Let U Go”, which has dreamy vocals and a melody that sends your mind in several directions. Following it up is Push’s “Strange World”, quite possibly his best track of all time. Towards the end of the CD is “Imagine (DJ Jan & Christophe Chantziz Remix)”, a dark and lifting track with an interesting vocal sample. The second CD, mixed by George Acosta, is a lot harder, and has darker melodies. I prefer CD 2 because it always has one monster track after another, none of them are disappointing. I could say the same thing about the first disc, only if it didn’t feature the cheesy Pop-Trance song, “Castles In The Sky” by Ian van Dahl. Some of disc 2’s highlight tracks are System F (a.k.a. Ferry Corsten)’s “Exhale”, with its spine-tingling breakdown & buildup, “Never Look Back” by DuMonde, big room masterpiece with a hard kick & a great build-up, “Stronger” by Yakooza, which is probably the hardest track on the whole CD and has the classic DJ Wag Breakbeat, and of course topping it all of is the euphoric hard trance tour de force “Overdrive” by DJ Scot Project. Both CDs are excellent, and are a great buy for anyone who is interested in trance music.


November 8, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

This is a great compilation as a trance introducion to beginners. Nice opener by Let U Go from ATB, and Castles In The Sky of Ian Van Dahl. But CD2 is absolutely explosive with 3 consecutive screamers (The Key, Sacred City and Exhale from System F), great work from George Acosta. This one is a must to have.


August 13, 2003

I have to admit, I can't see why everyone hates MOS so much. As far as I'm concerned, they're one of the best producers of electronic music out there. If I want good music, I look for the MOS logo, and I can guarantee it's something that will make me happy, make me dance, or make me trip. This CD is no different. As a matter of fact, this CD is the one that first introduced me into the wonderful world of electronic music. It is filled with trance anthems like Let U Go by ATB, Exhale by System F, Say It by Maria Rubia, and Never Look Back by Dumonde, among many others. Both CD's are filled to thier completeness with powerful euphoric trance mixed seamlessly together by ATB and George Acosta. If you're a fan of melodic or euphoric trance, this is definately your disc.


February 15, 2003

Despite the fact that this is a Ministry of Sound release, it does have some merit to it. The first CD, mixed by ATB, is generally trance-pop anthems. The second CD, however, mixed by George Acosta, is far better. System F's 'Exhale' and DJ Scott Project's 'O (Overdrive)' are brilliant. This CD isn't for someone who is very critical of trance, but for the more casual listener.