Don't contact me over something you want. If it's in my collection, I'm not going to part with it for anything less than far more than I deserve for it.

Don't contact me over something I want that you have. I plan to whittle that list down on my own when I have the time and money to do so.

However, DO contact me if you can ID any of my unknown tracks. They can be found at my "home page" above. You can email me @: dimitri_ebay [at] hotmail [dot] com

I've got some records for sale on GEMM right now. I'll ship outside the US, but ask me for a quote so I can figure out shipping first. ;D
Check it out here.

About me? I'm 18, like trance, house, techno, breaks, ect...etc... I also happen to live somewhere where I have to either ride two hours each way to look through bins of mediocre records or mail-order everything. While my collection may be laughable in size, I treasure nearly every item in it.

Some of my personal favorite tracks are:
Mijk's Magic Marble Box - Gamers Night
Moogwai - Viola
Kayestone - The Warning (Binary Finary Remix)
Carl Cox - Phuture 2000 (Deepsky Remix)
Durango 95 - 5:55
Sunday Club - Etana's Flight
...and too many other great tunes to list. Thank god for the internet, otherwise I'd probably still be forcing myself to listen to the radio, which is pretty dire here in Cali. ;)

Addendum: I just upgraded to advanced. Those dots rock. ;D
Recent Activity
posted a review of Nathan Fake - Drowning In A Sea Of Remixes. over 14 years ago
FortDax's remix of You Are Here has to be one of most unpretentiously happy songs I've ever heard. As far as I've experienced, it's impossible to not be cheered up by this track. It's just pure, simple happiness, and it's quickly become one of my ... See full review
posted a review of The Green Martian - Industry. over 15 years ago
The Durango 95 remix on here is worth tracking down for one simple reason: it is incredibly, disconcertingly bizarre. Mr. Newman sticks a saxophone, processed human beatboxing, and what sound suspiciously like steel drums over the fimiliar bassline of ... See full review
posted a review of K90 - Colours 2001. over 15 years ago
Ignore Colours and go straight for Hyper Intelligence -- it's one of the greatest uplifting trance tracks I've ever heard. A bit on a hard tip, but that hardly matters when it's this beautiful. I'm usually not much for this type of hyper-uplifting ... See full review
posted a review of Moogwai - Viola 2005. over 15 years ago
When I discovered that this tune, one of my all-time favorites, had been updated with new remixes, I immediately seeked them out to see if the tune had been done justice...and it hadn't. These remixes are disgraceful. Whilst the original was an ... See full review
posted a review of Dr. Robotnik - Biokemiallinen Sodankäynti. over 15 years ago
The only unique track on this release is The Boogey Song (Decepticons Version) -- Electric Fields is the same as "Dilation of Time" on the Beginner's Guide to Rikos compilation.

That said, this is all excellent creepy-apocalyptic electro. The kind of ... See full review
posted a review of Re-Flex - Ubap. over 15 years ago

This is literally the bottom of the barrel -- generic sounds, uninspired percussion, samey style and production, and one of the most god-awful, irritating vocal samples ever put to wax, ... See full review
posted a review of Ozone - Rock. over 15 years ago
The original had been kicking around the internet (as Airbase - 'Theme From The Rock') for about two years before this finally saw release -- I have to say I don't really like the changes made for this release. They just make the whole track weaker in my ... See full review
posted a review of Nitromethane - Time To Die. over 16 years ago
Not sure what it is, but the Seraque remix just doesn't "do it" for me...though I do like the Original quite muchly. Really digging all the minor layers, the Gouryella bassline, the little piano touches. All-around class tune, then the remixes (except ... See full review
posted a review of Pulser - Lightwave. over 16 years ago
A superb follow-up to "Cloudwalking", this is a fine example of millenial trance. Both mixes are quite good, with the dub mix having a deeper breakdown and emphasizing the piano breaks. In many ways, similar to "Cloudwalking", but in a minor key, with ... See full review
posted a review of Pulser - My Religion. over 16 years ago
Personally, I don't think this track comes anywhere close to matching the classic "Cloudwalking", or even the easily-overlooked "Lightwave". It just lacks the uniqueness and magic that makes Cloudwalking so special -- it sounds almost exactly like every ... See full review
posted a review of Energy 52 - Café Del Mar (US Remixes). over 16 years ago
Ah, finally got ahold of this one. The Deepsky mix here is easily my favorite mix of this classic tune, sporting their trademark breaks trance sound from around the time this was made. Also featured are the better-to-ignore Pure Nova & DJ Eyal Project ... See full review
posted a review of Sunday Club - Winds Of Change. over 16 years ago
Whlie I enjoy today's "trance" music about as much as anyone really should, hearing a record like this brings me a sad reminder that music like this just isn't made anymore. These two tracks provide a pure and simple definition of what "epic" trance ... See full review
posted a review of Radikal Records. over 16 years ago
Essentially the US equivalent of the Ministry of Sound label. Commercial dance releases of all types, the vast majority of releases are hits ported over for a new audience that's just now discovering this "house music" thing. Their vinyl pressings are ... See full review
posted a review of Yoji Biomehanika - Ding A Ling. over 16 years ago
The melody and vocal sample in this track are recycled from Yoji's own track "Rendezvous de Telepathy".
posted a review of J. (4) - I Scream / Breaking The Silence. over 16 years ago
"I Scream" is a very...interesting track, to say the least. The a-side here is a rather incoherent mix of wacky samples, mile-high synths, and breakdowns that seem to collapse upon themselves.

"Breaking the Silence", on the other hand, is much more ... See full review
posted a review of Mijk Van Dijk Presents Mijk's Magic Marble Box Volume 2* - Tokyo Trax. over 17 years ago
"Gamer's Night" samples the Sega Megadrive game "Pulseman". The tune is also based on the track "Brain Wash" from the same game. Could almost be considered a predecessor to the GameTrax EPs in a way. Very cool.
posted a review of Various - Rez Gamer's Guide To ... Analog 12 Inch EP Level 02. over 18 years ago
Okay...I love game music. Keiichi Sugiyama - Buggie Running Beeps 01 is one of my favorite game tracks ever. I love that track. Here it is on vinyl...if only I could find it. All three tracks here are solid techno/pseudo-prog creations. I'm guessing that ... See full review
posted a review of Mike Oldfield - Let There Be Light. over 18 years ago
My copy is as here, only it says 1995 instead of 2001, likely a re-release. As for the music...well, BT's remixes are all good. As for the original, it's the newage schtuff Mike Oldfield does now...and the Hardfloor remixes I just don't think are all ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Sonic Adventure Remix. over 18 years ago
Remixes from the Dreamcast game Sonic Adventure. I don't actually own this, but I've heard all the tracks on it...and these are the kind of remixes that bear little to no resemblance to the originals. Granted, Transmutator vs. Razed in Black's remix of ... See full review
posted a review of Accuface. over 18 years ago
If Accuface is one thing, it's rave music, pure and simple. They've actually put out a large number of tracks, but most are only findable on the "Tunnel Trance Force" compilations, which is a shame as many of the best tracks were never released (read: ... See full review