William Hawk ‎– Return To Innocence

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Fairlight Records ‎– No13, A45 Music ‎– 0119030A45
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Vinyl, 12"
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A1 Return To Innocence (Mario Lopez Meets Tommy Gant Club Remix)
Producer – Sasha De VriesRemix – Mario Lopez, Tommy Gant
B1 Return To Innocence (JamX & De Leon's DuMonde Remix)
Remix, Producer – DuMonde, JamX & De Leon
B2 Return To Innocence (Lightforce Remix)
Producer – Sasha De VriesRemix – Lightforce

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Published by Edition Fairlight Music / Warner Chappell
Recorded at Fairlight Studios

Printed on record:
(p) 2000 Fairlight Records
(c) 2000 A45 Music
Made in Germany

Printed on sleeve:
(p) 2000 Fairlight Records under exclusive license to A45 Music
(c) 2000 A45 Music
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Fairlight Records under exclusive license to A45 Music

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  • Label Code: LC 10728
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Barcode: 4029758190302

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
No13, 0119035A45 William Hawk Return To Innocence(CD, Maxi) Fairlight Records, A45 Music No13, 0119035A45 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
No13, 0119035A45 William Hawk Return To Innocence(CD, Maxi) Fairlight Records, A45 Music No13, 0119035A45 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
No13 William Hawk Return To Innocence(12", Gen) Fairlight Records No13 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
0119035A45 William Hawk Return To Innocence(5xFile, FLAC) Fairlight Records 0119035A45 Germany 2006
0119035A45 William Hawk Return To Innocence(5xFile, MP3, 320) Fairlight Records 0119035A45 Germany 2006

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Rich.C

Rich.C

September 9, 2011

Head straight for the Dumonde mix if you like your Mark EG & M-Zone hard trance from the 1990s, it'll blow your mind. You can tell a dumonde record/remix from a mile away, that thumping bassline has become a trademark over the years. Dumonde transform this from a pidgeon-holed wishy washy, same old trance track into a trancefest of mammoth proportions!! The archetypal Dumonde bassline spins the track off but the real difference is in the breakdown, the "hands in the air, up into the clouds" synth line takes you on a journey and gives you time to reminisce about all the great trance tracks from years gone by. The female vocal "return to innocence, to the country of promiseland" set the wheels in motion for the melody and dumonde bassline takes a hold. I really like this one, a release that showed hard trance producers/remixers still had something to offer before all that hardstyle shit came into existence.