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Old 09-26-2002, 02:21 AM   #1
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My attempt at a (much-needed) techno/trance thread

Seriously, why are there hardly any topics in here regarding techno and trance music? It is some beautiful, energetic stuff, and I love listening to it at night while I just sit here in my room. It creates an incredible mood. So lets talk Oakenfold, Paul van Dyk, BT, Sasha and Digweed, DJ Tiesto, Delerium, and the like. Discuss, promote, live it! BWAAAAHHH!!!!
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Im with you foxxern baby!!!
Van Dyk is awesome. I tend to listen to albums or sets and usually the tracks that i particularly love end up being done by him.
I might be going to a club playing Armin Van Buuren and John Fleming over the october long weekend. Still gotta get tix though!

do u think oakenfold is getting a lil mainstream now though? im starting to get sick of all these girly singers whining over the top of these mainstream trance tracks. im starting to get more into the hardcore trance stuff at the moment.
my other fave at present is ian van dahl.
dj tiesto is big at gatecrasher right?

one of the greatest tracks ever is delerium's silence.
saltwater by chiccane is another i love.

wanna come clubbin on the weekend foxy?
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Old 09-26-2002, 08:07 AM   #3
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Dance music is amazing. I too have moved away from the more mainstream stuff into more hardcore beats. At the moment I am listening to lots of Future Sound of London and Chiccane. DJ Shadow is meant to be good too but I havent heard much.

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This is going to sound pretty lame, but the Tomb Raider Soundtrack had some pretty cool dance/techno stuff on it. It's seriously one of the best over all soundtracks (excluding the NIN song which I kinda hate) I've heard in a long time. Anyways, it's got some good electronic music on it, that's all I have to say.
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Old 09-26-2002, 01:43 PM   #5
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Any Kruder and Dorfmeister or Theivery Corp listeners? They are awesome imo.

I think Oakenfold is becoming a little mainstream, but still some very good stuff from Him. Of his stuff that I have, his CD Resident which is pretty sweet as are some of the live sets I have from him and PVD

FYI - http://www.digitallyimported.net is pretty sweet.
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Re: My attempt at a (much-needed) techno/trance thread

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Seriously, why are there hardly any topics in here regarding techno and trance music? It is some beautiful, energetic stuff, and I love listening to it at night while I just sit here in my room. It creates an incredible mood. So lets talk Oakenfold, Paul van Dyk, BT, Sasha and Digweed, DJ Tiesto, Delerium, and the like. Discuss, promote, live it! BWAAAAHHH!!!!
I would venture to say that there are hardly any topics about dance/trance/techno here because that music, while popular within its scene and people who are interested in it, it doesn't necessarily have widespread appeal, widespread coverage and/or media attention, other than when Eminem insults the genre.

My "little brother" makes incredible breakbeat electronica and has gotten mucho recognition and props from BT about it. Which is awesome of BT as popular as he is in that scene to take the time to be friends with a teenager. I'm proud of both of them.
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I don't talk about it because I have had very little exposure to great trance/techno music. I like certain things when I hear it but I usually don't know who it is. It's a whole genre of music I want to get into so I'm going to be lurking in here. Turn me on! Educate me! I'm yours!
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Don't you just know that when I have more than a moment I will thoroughly ROCK this thread!

Electronic/dance music is such an incredibly broad genre, and comprises most of my listening.

Right now I will just say that every living human should hear the track "Born Slippy" by underworld. yeah, the one from trainspotting. gooood shit.
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Right now I will just say that every living human should hear the track "Born Slippy" by underworld. yeah, the one from trainspotting. gooood shit.


If you guys like hard techno, you should definatly check out Misstress Barbra.
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ive been listening to underworld a lot lately skeeker.

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one of the greatest tracks ever is delerium's silence.

wanna come clubbin on the weekend foxy?
Yeah, I love that song. Cool video too.

I'd take you up on the clubbin offer if not for all this damn homework. Good stuff though, keep the replies coming.
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ive been listening to underworld a lot lately skeeker.

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is that the new underworld cd manda? i heard it at work the other day and i blew my mind.
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Any Kruder and Dorfmeister or Theivery Corp listeners? They are awesome imo.
I love the K&D Sessions
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great thread!

i recently bought isdn by future sound of london. i talk about them enough, so i wont get into it anymore.

skeek, im going to download that song you suggest, as i have not seen the movie nor do i know the song you are talking about. heard very good things about underworld though.
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yes Techno music is great, well actually seeing as though 'Electronica' is a very large genre I will re-phrase and say that trance, ambient and break-beat is great. great, great music.....I can dig a lot of the artists that you have already mentioned, especially Chicane, Oakenfold, Sasha and Digweed but to this list I will also add,

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