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posted a comment on Jean-Michel Jarre. about 1 year ago
allright... that's your opinion :) Just one comment to make: Waiting for Cousteau is a very great ambient song.
posted a comment on Sasha - Airdrawndagger. about 1 year ago
I never understand why they didn't put the track Cloud Cuckoo on this 3x12"...
posted a comment on Hooverphonic - Blue Wonder Power Milk. over 3 years ago
The cover picture is taken in one of the tubes of the Atomium (Brussels)
posted a comment on Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch - Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). over 3 years ago
Yes, i've received also my copy with a bended corner. bad shipment and package.. And yes, also background noise on side B.
I agree with some of the other reviews, it feels like a cheap cashgrab. The LP's from Interstellar, Oblivion, Dark Knight are... See full review
posted a comment on Sasha - Refracted : Live. over 3 years ago
There is one thing wrong with this album: (some of) the audience. One tip to Sasha: just let us hear the audience in the beginning of the album and at the end. Nothing more. Most of the songs are ruined by the whistling. Shame...
posted a comment on Solid Sounds. over 3 years ago
Many people say that the 90's are the best years of dance music. I must say that i agree. These compilations, and i'm talking about the Formats 1 to 16, are the best example of the greatest dance tunes created in the 90's. These formats are priceless... See full review
posted a comment on Jon Hopkins - Music From The Film 'Monsters'. over 4 years ago
They should release this on vinyl... Maybe in time :)
posted a review of Jean Michel Jarre* - En Attendant Cousteau. over 5 years ago
Some say that this album is not JMJ's best work. It is different from his early work. I agree with that. But Calypso 2 is the best track on this. THat bass and laserharp tunes just make the song.

Waiting for Cousteau is THE track that i play the most... See full review
posted a comment on Eels - Wonderful, Glorious. over 5 years ago
Normally, they use a sticker with the information on it. In this case: limited orange vinyl edition
posted a comment on Natural Born Deejays. over 5 years ago
RIP Dirk 't Seyen
posted a comment on Sasha - Invol2ver. over 5 years ago
It's a shame he never released it on vinyl....
posted a review of Hans Zimmer - Interstellar (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). over 6 years ago
If you have seen the movie, you know that the movie won't be the same without this amazing soundtrack.

The "Detach"-scene is one of the most incredible scene ever shown... But if you think afterwards.. without the song, also named, "Detach" the scene... See full review
posted a comment on Philippe Van Mullem. over 6 years ago
R.I.P., you made my day with your music. Bonzaï Trance Progressive forever...
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posted a review of Sasha - Coma. over 6 years ago
I've waited a long to time to review this excellent release. This release felt like the album "Airdrawndagger" (also of Sasha), but all the songs of that album pressed together to one song, Coma. This song shout the emotions out. When you play this... See full review
posted a review of Introvert - 5am Illusions. over 6 years ago
After diggin' in my older records, i've found this promo-record again. Ow man, was i happy to hear this again. It didn't felt old... It was just a re-discovering of this progressive trance/house record, with his strings and landscapes..
posted a comment on Float Fall. over 7 years ago
Great new talent that reminds me a little bit on The XX.
posted a comment on Human Force - Odyssey-3000. over 7 years ago
I hope you realize that Aquaplex and Junk Project are the same persons ;)
posted a review of Human Force - Odyssey-3000. over 7 years ago
The composers of this record used the vocal sample of Topazz ‎– New Millenium. A very house-based song, released in 1999.
My favo of this record is the Junk Project remix.
posted a review of Junk Project - Composure Mixes. over 7 years ago
What a great release. The killer-track on this record is the Moogwai Remix; dark, spiritual, trance-ambient feeling.

It's also nice to have the original mix of Composure: ambient, dreamy-spacy sounds.

Temporal is a bonus track on this release. a... See full review
posted a comment on 2 Flying Stones - Maybe Tomorrow. over 7 years ago
Maybe nice to know: but the After Outside Mix is re-released on 12" Just buy the "The sound of Belgium" sampler :)
posted a review that has since been deleted. over 7 years ago
posted a review of Jean-Michel Jarre. over 7 years ago
When i was young i listened every day to the music of JMJ.

Some people say he was not the pioneer of electronic music. Listen to Kraftwerk or Tangerine Dream. I all agree, but when you listen to Oxygene or Equinoxe you can here that the quality of... See full review
posted a review of Moby - Pale Horses (Apparat & Gui Boratto's Remix). over 8 years ago
It's a shame that the Apparat remix is on the B side.

It had to be on the A side instead of the Gui Boratto remix.

Why? Because the Apparat remix is in the same style and direction Moby is.

posted a comment on 2 Flying Stones - Maybe Tomorrow. over 8 years ago
Nice to know this :)
posted a review of John Williams (4). over 8 years ago
What? No comment on this genius?

He composed the best movie tracks on earth.. Who doesn't know the imperial march of Star Wars... Who doesn't whistle the theme of Indiana Jones... And the grand opener of Jaws.

posted a review of Nalin I.N.C.* - Planet Violet. over 8 years ago
This is a strong release.

You have got the clubmix who builds up with a great beat.

But i just prefer the Bruce Norris remix. When it starts you have direct the climax.

posted a review of Cass & Slide - Glad I Ate Her. over 8 years ago
Cass & Slide made this song on a private plane at night. They were flying to a gig for DJing.

They played the song that evening and it was such a great succes they released it on a white label.

The sample of this song was taken from the soundtrack... See full review
posted a review of Yeti Records. over 8 years ago
Yeti Records is, in my opinion, (together with Yris Records) the best label for progressive/trance.

All the most memorable artists had a release on this label..

BBE - Seven Days and One week
Delerium - Silence
Red Screen - Friday Sickness (my all... See full review
posted a review of Extended Mirror - K'Nowhere To Run. over 8 years ago
K'Nowhere to run is definitely the best track on this 12".

The single starts with some knocks (on the door) and then it starts, we run.

We run through a perfect build up.. then we stop to rest.. A dreamy, floating minute..and we run again... we run... See full review
posted a review of Dave Swayze. over 10 years ago
What an artist. His productions are so full of emotions. They each tell a story.

My favorite is Yasmine's Garden. It's like sitting in a garden and listen and relaxing.

Top producer.

posted a review of Djuma Soundsystem - Les Djinns (Remixes). over 13 years ago
When Trentemøller's remix of "Djuma Soundsystem - Les Djinns" was picked up by the label "Get Physical Music", it was a direct hit.

But you must know, this remix was not made in the year 2006, but in 2003. It existed already 3 years. Pressed by... See full review
posted a review of . over 14 years ago
James Holden is a person who experiments with music.
He doesn't make songs to sell them. He makes songs because
he loves them. He creates his own recognizable sound with disturbance, deep bases & beats, delay's and so on.

That is also why he has...
posted a review of 2 Flying Stones - Maybe Tomorrow. over 14 years ago
This one of the most wanted records ever. All remixes of Maybe Tomorrow are house-styled. Nothing is good..But there is one remix, After Outside Mix, who makes this record so wanted. DJ George's is the king on this record.
I think this is the reason... See full review
posted a review of Dousk - D.I.Y.. over 14 years ago
D.I.Y. will change the life of Dousk. What a great album. Starting with more emotional songs from "All About You" to "Sidewalk Lovin'". The album takes a great step with "Page Up", a darker, deeper song who gives the start to the end of the... See full review
posted a review of Armin van Buuren Feat. Nadia Ali - Who Is Watching. over 14 years ago
Best remix-release of this huge Armin Van Buuren tune.
Super vocals of Nadia Ali.

The Tone Depth remix is not so good as the Roland Klinkenberg. It has the same start and structure of the Sultan & Tone Depth remix of Portishead's Roads.

But,... See full review
posted a review of Der Dritte Raum - Der Kleine Korg Und Das Echo. over 15 years ago
Dark, deep, down, ambient-influences...All these aspects makes from the "Der Kleine Korg Und Das Echo" a great album. And the positive is; this album comes very close to the beginning of Der Dritte Raum with there biggest hit "Hale Bopp".
posted a review of Jean Jacques Smoothie. over 15 years ago
When I looked at an advertising on tv of Levi's pants, I've first heared Jean Jacques Smoothie's "2 People". What a great track. This song was the breakthrough of him.
With sample's of the 70's and 80's remixed in an housy/electro touch, he shows the... See full review
posted a review of Markus Schulz Presents Elevation (3) - Somewhere / Clear Blue. over 15 years ago
The quality of "Somewhere" is far to find. It reminds me to English movies with dubbed French language.
Take the original song "Clear Blue" and then dub the song with the lyrics of Justine Suissa.
Then you have "Somewhere". You can hear so that... See full review
posted a review of Philippe Van Mullem. over 15 years ago
Philippe Van Mullem is not a producer who produces songs for the dance-scene.
His early songs "The Secret Folder" & "La 7ieme Note", in the period of 1997 - 2000, are the best songs from him.
They are "just-sit-back-and-relax" productions with... See full review
posted a review of Sister Bliss - Sister Sister. over 15 years ago
I do not like the tribal-feeling original mix of "Sister Sister". The Nalin & Kane remix is very great. Typical, progressive trance-remix of these 2 master-remixers. Nice uplifting melody and great beat. I has everything what we want.
posted a review of Nathan Fake - Silent Night. over 15 years ago
I think this is not a joke or a PR-gag. Nathan Fake made this with good feelings. I think he knows what he was doing. The first time i listened to the song "Silent Night" i felt that Nathan Fake wants to tell to us what he thinks of Christmas with... See full review
posted a review of Quadran. over 15 years ago
Who doesn't know Quadran? I remember there first record Eternally. It was a hit in all clubs. I those many years untill now they have released great records. From deep progressive to trance. In the years 1999 - 2003 was it quit around them. But when... See full review
posted a review of Sweet Coffee. over 15 years ago
Sweet Coffee reminds me on the trio of IIO. But the music is very different. More future jazzy lounge music. I think jazz is reborn with this group..But then with more electronic influences. Memory Lane is my favorite song till now. The voice of Samia... See full review
posted a review of Return Of The Native - Submission. over 15 years ago
This is a superb release of Return Of The Native
(aka M.I.K.E.). I prefer Morphosis with his deep beat and wonderfully melancholic melody that tells a story. You have a great music-experience ever. You can dance on it and you can relax on it. You... See full review
posted a review of Dave Swayze - Goldwave. over 15 years ago
I just like very much the original version of Dave Swayze's "Goldwave".. The melody with the outstanding voice is so full of passion. This song could be in a movie. It tells a story. Just great. A must have!
posted a review of Microwave Prince - Vol. 3. over 16 years ago
"Eternal Light" is a great deep techno song. The song starts with a deep beat and at the same time a smooth bass-line. In the middle of the song is there a lyric. I think it's from a movie. Great afterclub sounds.
posted a review of Jean Michel Jarre* - Aero. over 16 years ago
Jean Michel Jarre is the first producer who releases an album with songs in 5.1 surround sound. He replayed all his famous songs again. Each tune has his own way. Now are his songs better. The beats are deeper.. and the songs have more dimensions.... See full review
posted a review of Sasha - Involver. over 16 years ago
This remix-album from Sasha is a must have! The album is a selection from his favourite songs.
The most of the songs are remixed in a break-beatstyle.
The remixes have deep breaks and great basses. The melodies are the same as the original songs.... See full review
posted a review of Coco & Stonebridge - It Was Perfect. over 16 years ago
"It Was Perfect"... It IS perfect! This song has got everything..It just cheers you up. Very melodic, great beat. Nice afterclub-song. When you listen to it for the first time you will love it.