Trance Nation 3 - Ministry Of Sound Reviews
Description:Artist: Corsten, Ferry / Genre: Compilations
Newest Review: ... famous for his top notch mixing and producing skills. This album is ground breaking in the world of Trance, it rocks every ... more
Customer Trance Nation 3 - Ministry Of Sound Reviews (5)
by - written on 13/10/00, updated on 13/10/00 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I've bought quite a few dance compilations all claiming to be "the best" or "the most uplifting", only to find they're all the same mainstream cheese. But Trance Nation 3, mixed by superDJ Ferry Corsten, is in a different class. The first CD is like a warm-up, with some mainstream "choons" (clubspeak for very good tunes) like Chicane's Don't Give Up, Fragma's Toca Me (not the dreadful Toca's Miracle!!), Corsten's own classic Cry, as well as some stronger ones like Aurora's Hear You Calling and JDS' Destiny Calls. Then comes the second CD, the highlight of the set. These are really strong ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/00, updated on 26/08/00 (Very useful, 68 readings)
For those of you who are into Trance (and if you've gotten this far I'm guessing you probably do), this has to be one of the best albums out. Okay, so it features a few crap mainstream tracks that you're bound to be sick of by now (Chicane's Don't Give Up - no, Bryan Adams, please give up! - and Fragma's Toca Me), but apart from that, it's great. With a few trademark remixes by Ferry Corsten appearing on here, this features the excellent System F Cry, Starparty's I'm In Love, Ralph Fridge's Angel, Des Mitchell's (Welcome) To The Dance and the Plasma Remix of Amber's Sexual, to name a few of the outrageous number of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/00, updated on 08/07/00 (Useful, 20 readings)
Just what you'd expect from the ministry of Sound, some amazing mixes eg.Ralph Fridge-Angel, Oliver Lieb-Subraumstimulation. With great tunes, that are perfect for chillin out after a hard day at school. Just the sort of thing that you need to get you back in the mood to party with. With big names such as, Moby, ATB, Ralph Fridge, Angelic, Amber and Matt Darey are just some of the outstanding artists featured on here. One downfall i find but others may not is that like every other album realease around that time is that Chicane Featuring Bryan Adams is on it. It's the most annoying tune even when it's not re-mixed. But trust me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/01, updated on 12/09/01 (Useful, 51 readings)
The third editon to the series has proved to be one of the absolute best. Not only is it mixed by the grand master DJ of Trance Ferry Corsten, famous for his top notch mixing and producing skills. This album is ground breaking in the world of Trance, it rocks every room it was ever played in. Disc 1, nicely kicks off with one of the best producers in this genre, Chicane and this time featuring the legend Brian Adams. This starts off the album very well, and from then on the upliftig trance flows out like a river. Disc 2 focuses on the more progressive side of trance, from the shattering Azzido Da Bass,to the top anthem I feel love by CLS. This is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/00, updated on 20/06/00 (Somewhat useful, 40 readings)
This is once again one of your standard run of the mill dance / trance cd's. It contains a mix from all of the current realeases so basically you buy the one instead of all of them. Like other dance cd's the content is very similar as the sounds are all along the same line. personal favourite is das glokenspiel by schiller - the bells are very chillin. double album so plenty of music - and cheaper in the long and short run than buying two single albums. Quality tunes to be found here - my advice - go buy now! ... Read the complete review
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