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It’s Thursday again and we are back for our weekly series ‘We Rave You – Trance Rewind’. After getting good response on our first edition, we’re glad that people are looking forward to this exclusive section! As promised, we’re back with long forgotten tracks & remixes, sensational melodies and a ticket to Trance heaven. So with that being said, let’s turn the clock back and we hope you will enjoy this week’s rewind!

1Lost Witness – Happiness Happening (Lange Remix) [1999]

First up is Lange working his magic on fellow British Producer & DJ Simon Paul moniker Lost Witness’s ‘Happiness Happening’. A spine chilling tune paired with vocals which sends you across dimensions, this track upholds what Trance really means to the listeners. Close your eyes and enjoy this one!

2. Dance 2 Trance – Hello San Francisco [1992]

Ah, the Germans are at it again! Another melodic track reminiscent of what the music of the past holds for us. Here is the German duo of Dag Lerner and Rolf Ellmer, with their ‘Dance 2 Trance’ tag. ‘Hello San Francisco’ was their first ever track and what a track it was!

3. Sakin – Blue Sky [1997]

Turkish DJ and Trance music Producer Sakin Bozkurt, better known as DJ Sakin, released nothing short of a essential Trance track with his ‘Escape To Paradise’ album on Belgian Trance Label Green Martian. Ecstatic melody which takes you straight to the sunset on the beach, the tune will get imprinted on your mind!

4. Ayu – M (Above & Beyond Vocal Mix) [2003]

Up next we have the iconic Trance production trio of Above & Beyond showcasing their skills on Ayu’s ‘M’. Straight out of 2003, the superstar Japanese singer’s vocals and the rework on them by Above & Beyond give us this peppy track. Exciting track, all in all!

5. Art Of Trance – Madagascar (Ferry Corsten Mix) [1999]

The last track on this week’s rewind is one of the finest creations from Ferry Corsten’s production desk. Simon Berry’s creation ‘Madagascar’ under his Art of Trance alias gets a mighty solid rework from the Dutchman. Corsten utilizes the memorable melody from the original and injects into his sound, ultimately giving us this classic!


That’s all for this week and don’t forget to leave your comments. We’ll be back with more Trance melodies next week. See you then!

[Partial Credit to Trance Classics channel on YouTube]



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