Vincent De Moor

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Vincent de Moor
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Vincent De Moor (born 5 December 1973, Delft, Netherlands) is a Dutch trance artist. His career began in 1993 using the pseudonym Fix To Fax. He went on to collaborate with the record producer Ferry Corsten using the name Veracocha.
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Albums

DEAL CD-001 Vincent De Moor - Orion City album art Vincent De Moor Orion City (Album) Deal Records DEAL CD-001 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
CF 003 Vincent De Moor - Moor album art Vincent De Moor Moor (Album, Comp) Combined Forces CF 003 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

BOY-413-0 Vincent De Moor - Systematic album art Vincent De Moor Systematic Deal Records, Deal Records BOY-413-0 Spain 1996 Sell This Version
deal 006, DEAL006 Vincent De Moor - Flowtation album art Vincent De Moor Flowtation (Single, Maxi) Deal Records, Deal Records deal 006, DEAL006 Netherlands 1996 Sell This Version
deal 011, DEAL011 Vincent De Moor - Details album art Stef* & Vincent De Moor Stef* & Vincent De Moor - Details Deal Records, Deal Records deal 011, DEAL011 Netherlands 1997 Sell This Version
none Vincent De Moor - Carte Blanche album art Vincent De Moor & Ferry Corsten Vincent De Moor & Ferry Corsten - Carte Blanche(Acetate, 12", S/Sided) Manifesto none UK 1998 Sell This Version
DEAL020, deal 020 Vincent De Moor - Night Express 2000 album art Vincent De Moor Night Express 2000 Deal Records, Deal Records DEAL020, deal 020 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
deal 021, DEAL021 Vincent De Moor - Shamu album art Vincent De Moor Shamu Deal Records, Deal Records deal 021, DEAL021 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
MCST 40174 Vincent De Moor - Orion City album art Vincent De Moor Orion City (Single, Maxi) Deal Records, Deal Records MCST 40174 UK 1998 Sell This Version
REWIND 001, 001 Vincent De Moor - Magnetic album art VDM* Magnetic(12") Rewind Records (2), Rewind Records (2) REWIND 001, 001 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
REWIND 005 Vincent De Moor - Darwin's Voyage album art VDM* Darwin's Voyage(12") Rewind Records (2) REWIND 005 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
REW 004 Vincent De Moor - Flagpoint album art VDM* Flagpoint(12") Rewind Records (2) REW 004 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
CF 002 Vincent De Moor Worlds Of Doubt Combined Forces CF 002 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
7243 8 88038 2 3 Vincent De Moor - Between 2 Fires album art Vincent De Moor Between 2 Fires (Maxi, Single) Combined Forces, Combined Forces 7243 8 88038 2 3 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
LEG 005 Vincent De Moor - Classics II album art Vincent De Moor Classics II(12", W/Lbl) Combined Forces LEG 005 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
UFV 001 Vincent De Moor - Between 2 Fires / Eternity album art Vincent De Moor Between 2 Fires / Eternity Combined Forces UFV 001 Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
CF 025, CFPROMO 010 Vincent De Moor - The Additional Works album art Moor* The Additional Works Combined Forces, Combined Forces CF 025, CFPROMO 010 Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
CF 039 Vincent De Moor - The Additional Works Part II album art Vincent De Moor The Additional Works Part II Combined Forces CF 039 Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
CF 015 Vincent De Moor - Deflection EP album art VDM* Deflection EP (EP) Combined Forces CF 015 Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
BITCDM 527 Vincent De Moor - Eternity (Forever) album art Vincent De Moor Presents Emerald (2) Vincent De Moor Presents Emerald (2) - Eternity (Forever) (Maxi, Single) Combined Forces BITCDM 527 Scandinavia 2000 Sell This Version
015354 CF Vincent De Moor - Fly Away album art Vincent De Moor Fly Away (Maxi, Single) Combined Forces 015354 CF Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
ASOT001 Vincent De Moor - Nexus Asia album art Vincent De Moor Presents Questia Vincent De Moor Presents Questia - Nexus Asia(12", W/Lbl) A State Of Trance ASOT001 Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version
Deal 037 Vincent De Moor - Additional Works III album art VDM* Additional Works III Deal Records Deal 037 Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version
YAK002 Vincent De Moor - Energy Reflect album art Vincent De Moor Presents: Flashbang Vincent De Moor Presents: Flashbang - Energy Reflect(12", Sti) Yakuza, United Recordings YAK002 Netherlands 2004 Sell This Version
BLACKHOLE 186-5 Vincent De Moor - Mystique Colors album art Vincent De Moor Mystique Colors Black Hole Recordings BLACKHOLE 186-5 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version

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tokadish

tokadish

July 10, 2019
A recent comment regarding the disappearance of Vincent de Moor is the following, made by Twan who runs the youtube channel muzikxpress:

"Vincent de Moor, left the music industry ages ago, he is a very private person and I spoke to people that used to work with him and he's even very hard to reach for those people. He doesn't want to do any interviews and he has no desire or plans to return to the music industry So, the chances of getting a Vincent de Moor interview are like 0,000001 % unfortunately.. "
Jarren

Jarren

November 9, 2016
edited over 4 years ago
I think Vincent is just spending some time recharging his batteries, and hopefully he will return soon with some proper trance just like Shamu, Green Heaven, Sunflowers, Flowtation, Fly Away, Night Express 2000...

Too many to mention.

If he is tired of dance music, I don't blame him. It's become horrible, and the majority of guys still in the scene have long forgotten proper Trance.
erdembayulkeaq

erdembayulkeaq

October 24, 2013
VdM how can you retire without having a collobration with PvD?
tonumaa

tonumaa

June 17, 2013
Vincent needs to come back, the trance scene is rather pathetic at the moment due to sell out superstars and their wannabes.
Michael00Elder

Michael00Elder

May 20, 2010
I just wondered if anyone out there could shed any light on what Vincent De Moor is doing these days. I hardly heard any mention of him in recent years.
I see that his myspace profile was last updated in 2006 and just looking him up on wikipedia, it says that he's an intensely private individual who rarely gives interviews and fair play to him, but it's a real loss to the Trance scene, now that he no longer seems to be producing tracks at the moment.

I can honestly say, there aren't really that many producers of uplifting, melodic trance that I rate as highly as VDM. The only other producers that I think are capable of making trance that is very melodic, but without ever sounding commercial are Solarstone and Torsten Stenzel and Ronski Speed and a few others!

I certainly look back on the days back around 98/99 when I first heard Shamu and Flowtation with real fond memories.
Whatever he's upto, I wish him all the best!!
zangief_pilam

zangief_pilam

August 13, 2003
This is the man for beautiful thumping trance anthems such as Flowtation, Shamu, Fly Away, Silent Dance, Between 2 Fires and others. Beware, they are hidden among a few cheesy releases, but those that are good are up there with the likes of PvD's and Tilt's Rendezvous, Solar Stone's 7 Cities, Blank & Jones's Cream, PvD's For An Angel.. well you know what I'm talking about.

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