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Seaweed_Sprite
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Posted:I have been really wanting to get my hands on some good trance-type music. I have heard alot that I like, but never have any idea who made it. Sooooooo, any suggestions on some good musaac for me.
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Posted:anything and everything by Darude. weavesmiley

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Kupsch
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Posted:well...im not big on trance but theres loadsa different genres u could dapple in...eg..progressive, hard, dream, goa, deep trance,tech trance haha and acid trance (good ole tb303)...vocal trance, euro trance, classic trance.etc etc.maybe..sasha and digweed, paul van dyke, armin van buuren..slacker, deep dish.maybe even the klf! if u want a compilation try the global underground stuff..and then u can check the back for a particular tune u like..ehh..if ure more interested in the label than the artist trance labels like hooj choons, perfecto, armada, 3beat or bedrock should have some good trance stuff on it..but again it al depends on ure taste in trance! anyway, im useless with trance but if ure ever looking for some excellant electro techno booty etc then id be happy to assist. hope this helps! happy dancing!! x (dear god just read over my message...what a geek!)

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Seaweed_Sprite
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Posted:I'm into just about anything.....sorta
Were any of the ones you named 'electro techno booty...' ??
Sounds interesting though!!! biggrin
assist away...... bounce2 bounce bounce2


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JerryD
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Posted:I second the Global Underground suggestion. I have number of those releases and really like them. Favorites are Sasha's San Franciso and Digweed's Hong Kong sets.

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Kupsch
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Posted:Written by: Seaweed_Sprite

I'm into just about anything.....sorta
Were any of the ones you named 'electro techno booty...' ??
Sounds interesting though!!! biggrin
assist away...... bounce2 bounce bounce2



Ha ha, nope none of the artists mentioned were said genres! electro, techno and booty are three different kinds of music. all good though. do u download tunes a lot? that makes it a lot easier to find gold dust tracks that you unlikely to find unless you go into a particular record shop. sk x


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bender
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Posted:Psychedelic and progressice trance is GOLD!!
but don't listen to me,
please visit this site for a brave attempt at trance genre definitions, loaded with HEEPS of samples
http://www.ishkur.com/features/music/#


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Seaweed_Sprite
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Posted:I don't really download very much, but I might be able to get my friend to get me some songs.......maybe??? (not my computer)
Anyway, are there any that you CAN find in stores? As far as record shops here. I doubt there are any, maybe on the other side of the island. I'll have to check it out. All I have over here is Borders book store, but I have found their music selection to be lacking. What are some things that you recomend?
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Kupsch
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Posted:the folks mentioned in my first post to you are my reccomendations, haha "bender" you are right big up the psychedelic trance! reach for the lasers and all that. you should be able to find some compilations in the shops somewhere but its usually commercial sort of stuff your most likely to get, which depending on your taste could be good. let me know how you get on though. is it just listening to it you like or is there good clubs where you are? if so, ask the dj's what they are playing and where they get their records from. sk x

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Seaweed_Sprite
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Posted:Oooh, I just checked out that site. Yay, now I can listen to this on the computer. I love it! Thanks for the link wink

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bender
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Posted:ask to listen compilations in the store.
that'll expose you to alot of the many sub-genres of trance music.
tribal, psy, prog, hard, and ... NRG and Gabba *coughs*

listen to infected mushroom!


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bender
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Posted:very cheap psy cds, delivered very fast!!
www.saikosounds.com.au
with great support for sampling tracks online!


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Seaweed_Sprite
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Posted:It says that site cannot be found......but it sounded cool smile

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LMSP
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Posted:I don't think it classifies as trance, more electronica and dance, but the Hard House Euphoria albums are bouncing.

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Mynci
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Posted:Written by: bender


listen to infected mushroom!



who are playing soon in london (november / december I think)


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Posted:go to www.di.fm


they play everything trancy, hard, psy and goa styles



hope thats a help


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Posted:Indeed. God bless digitally imported.

It also outsmarts my school filter. biggrin


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Seaweed_Sprite
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Posted:It doesn't have to be trance, any of these sound good. I listened to the di.fm site, it was great.
Hey, maybe I could find some of this crap on e-bay?? Maybe


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Parafinfairy
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Posted:I would go to the twisted record lable (I'm not sure of the address but do a google search). You can buy stuff on there and most of it is really good. All cds have a write up so you can check that its the more upbeat stuff as opposed to the chilled stuff. Then it will give you ideas of names of cds...

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Seaweed_Sprite
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Posted:Good idea, I'll check it out biggrin

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Posted:or you could check out.......


www.htfr.com


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Kupsch
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Posted:if u go to www.boomkat.com you can find ridiculous amounts o good music, not really trance though....not sure if they deliver worlwide but its worth a check. i recommend, ellen allien, modeselektor, marco passarani, akufen and millions more.....it gives u the option to listen to samples of the songs and also shows you what other people bought that bought the records u bought! sk xx

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Kupsch
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Posted:oh and if u like booty or ghetto tech, dj funk rocks. u did ask. hee!

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Loewan
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Posted:Philosomatika is also really good for Psytrance. Also check out BT (the dj) for some really chilling out tunes.

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Pink...?
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Posted:Oh i recommend Infected Mushroom too bounce
(i know they're playing Bristol - Lakota in Nov)


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Posted:Monkeydo

here you can download a few Psy Trance mixes if you have quite a fast connection (theyre big files).

i havent downloaded the Part 1 and 2 ones from Baraka in oxford yet but i remember it being pretty good at the time.

not all the mixes are available for download, so you'll just have to try em out smile


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Pink...?
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Posted:Monkey Do is good
This much trance is good mix!!


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Posted:on a similer line...........i've been wanting to find a site where i can download for free a track by a group called dynamo city and the tracks called "one night in hackney"


if any1 can help i'd be most happy


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