Trance Wax ‎– Trance Wax Six

Trance Wax ‎– TW6
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, Numbered, White Label, Purple


A1 Trance 21 7:04
A2 Trance 22 7:13
B1 Trance 23 5:11
B2 Trance 24 5:10

Companies, etc.


  • Lacquer Cut ByRob*


660 copies pressed. Hand stamped and numbered.

A1 is a remix/rework of Randy Katana - In Silence
A2 is a remix/rework of Rank 1 - Airwave, with the vocals from Rozalla - Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)
B1 is a remix/rework of "Crank It Up" from Scooter - Back In The U.K.
B2 is a remix/rework of Paul van Dyk - Another Way

Track durations are timed and are not listed on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TW6 A ROB@TEN EIGHT SEVEN MPO 19 108976
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TW6 B MPO 19 108975


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October 18, 2019
Agree with others, this release feels rushed. There are so many diamond trance tracks just waiting for an Ejeca rework.


October 15, 2019

Anyone else experiencing hiss on B2 on right channel, especially at the beginning? It is audible even on youtube rip.


September 26, 2019
Disclaimer “Techno Head into Trance territory “ :) i Love the Paul van Dyk - Another Way rework on this one.


September 25, 2019
edited 2 months ago

No problem with Rozalla's vocals on the Rank 1 remix for me - maybe that's because I remember it from the first time round in '91 before people got a bit too stuck in their own narrow genres. It might not be the easiest track to slip into the middle of a set, but it's perfect for the end of a night, or indeed the end of an entire festival as Alan Fitzpatrick demonstates here:

Personally I was never big on trance the first time round, I've always been a breaks head, so the original of Airwave passed me by, as did the originals of the other tracks on this release; however, I always thought some trance tracks had really nice musical elements, it was just the fast four to the floor & synth bass that made a lot of it a bit too cheesy for my liking - but exchange those 4/4's with heavy breaks and the cheesy synth bass for decent sub and you'd be able to take it to another level, which is exactly what Ejeca has done so well.

The only one I wasn't so keen on was the very brave attempt at a Belfast remake on TW3, it was never a four to the floor track in the first place, and being an old codger who loved and was so used to the groove on the original it was difficult to get my head round the extra kicks - some things are best left well alone ;-) - still, you can't please everyone all the time, overall I think Ejeca's done a pretty damn good job with the whole series so far, there's something for everyone on each release, even for the 4/4 techno headz.

Let's face it, despite having multiple tracks, how many vinyl releases contain more than one track you'd actualy play out?

Not many, and with the Trance Wax series Ejeca's given me roughly 2 on each one - that alone is worth 5 stars.


September 24, 2019

This release is the worst of the TW series so far in my opinion. The vocals on the airwave edit ruins it ; could have been a perfect match with the breakbeat style of Ejeca, yet it's a miss. The B side is unfortunately totally forgettable. Disappointed.


September 24, 2019
edited 2 months ago

I like all the edits on this one. I don't think the vocals of Rozalla are too cheesy on Trance 22. It just gives a new dimension to both tracks and creates a mellow vibe. B1 turns into a straight old school Chicago hard house stomper. Trance 21 and 24 hits the mark with refreshing remakes in the best TW way.



September 23, 2019

A1 and B2 are both nice edits and exactly the stuff that you want and expect here. B1 is pretty boring. But mostly I'm struggling with the edit of A2. It would've been quite nice if it weren't for the vocals which kind of disturb the energy of the track and are just way too cheezy.

The colour is nice though.