Various ‎– World Of Trance X

Vision Soundcarriers ‎– 302.4092.2
2 × CD, Compilation

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1-1 Nostrum Mindgames (Mellow-D Remix)
Remix – Mellow-D*
1-2 Alice Deejay Better Off Alone (JamX & De Leon's DuMonde Mix)
Remix – DuMonde, JamX & De Leon
1-3 R.A.F. By Picotto America (Picotto Mix)
Remix – Picotto*
1-4 Final Fantasy The Sound Of The Atom Splitting (Technoclub Remix) 7:05
1-5 J.D.T. Ibiza La Vida 4:47
1-6 Mat Silver Sunshine (Clubmix) 6:52
1-7 DJ Manta Holding On (Lange Mix)
Remix – Lange
1-8 Final-One I Need Your Lovin' 8:14
1-9 The Braincruz Brothers Close Your Eyes 8:45
1-10 Pi.Bert.* Atmosphere (K 90 Rmx)
Remix – K 90*
1-11 K-Risma Let Your Mind Flow (Chill-Out Mix) 9:13
2-1 Triple Concept Tone Twister 5:37
2-2 Marino Stephano No Respect (Trance Club Mix) 7:04
2-3 Endymion (2) Running 7:39
2-4 Marc N' Ace Dark Priest 7:25
2-5 Marshall & Oakley Eclipse (Solar Mix) 8:23
2-6 Final-One Air Bass (Proceed To Gate Mix) 6:21
2-7 Lunatic (4) Beyond The Sky 7:39
2-8 Stephen Parker High Frequency 6:13
2-9 Mindphaser Touch The Sky 7:04
2-10 Clockwork Orange Give Me Love 6:58
2-11 DJ Helios Orbit Up 3:32
2-12 Badlands Let Them Know (3rd Way Mix) 3:22

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This compilation: ℗+© Vision Soundcarriers

Distributed by Zomba / CH: Musikvertrieb.
Artwork by Meran at Scarabeus.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 015121 409225
  • Label Code: LC 5496



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September 27, 2007

I used to be such an arrogant S-O-B thinking Trance before the year 2000 had a crap sound. This compilation proves I was very wrong. We have some great entries in here and the styles do vary regardless of the time period. There's the hard-hitting DuMonde Remix of Alice Deejay's "Better Off Alone", the mysterious sound of the very progressive Atom Split by Final Fantasy, and of course, I won't be turning a blind eye to the Dream Trance that is Marshall & Oakley's "Eclipse".

It really doesn't matter when the tracks were produced as the Vision Soundcarriers label always offers a versatile selection in sound and style. The World Of Trance series is very limited anyway as it stopped after Volume 18 so this is all the more reason to track this compilation down.