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@Hapster Out of those that you posted above I most enjoyed the Tube & Berger Album as well as the Impressionism ones. Chicane well I will stick to listening to their older stuff. It remains much more my cup of tea.

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@Hapster
 Out of those that you posted above I most enjoyed the Tube & Berger Album as well as the Impressionism ones. Chicane well I will stick to listening to their older stuff. It remains much more my cup of tea.
Great to hear that you enjoyed those two at least.
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Distant Lights by Kyau & Albert is out now.

 

It's really a huge stretch calling them trance anymore, but so far it's still a very pleasant album to listen to, they sort of keep their unique sound and adding some new stuff, new vocals, and avoiding the whole dance/big room sound.

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Wow... glad that I found this thread. I am great lover or Trance actually... this genre is so calm, smooth and deep. This is my preferred genre to listen to whenever I am in a long travel, or before going to sleep.

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Wow... glad that I found this thread. I am great lover or Trance actually... this genre is so calm, smooth and deep. This is my preferred genre to listen to whenever I am in a long travel, or before going to sleep.

 

Welcome to the family!

 

Do you have any favourite tracks?

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Welcome to the family!

 

Do you have any favourite tracks?

Thanks for the welcome! I got into Trance after listening to the trance music produced by Japanese producers, voiced by Vocaloids. Most of my trance tracks consist of these kind, I assume many people are unaware of this specific sub-genre. I'll post a few tracks that I love when I reach my home at evening.

 

From the other parts of the world I've listened to ATB, whose music I am quite fond of.

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This is the closest thing I'd listen to to Japanese Trance (and I mean closest) There's something about their vocals/style I really just can't stand.

 

 

Remember BT's "City Life"? I know the Singer was Korean, but honestly I still couldn't stand the vocals or the style.

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This is the closest thing I'd listen to to Japanese Trance (and I mean closest) There's something about their vocals/style I really just can't stand.

 

 

 

Remember BT's "City Life"? I know the Singer was Korean, but honestly I still couldn't stand the vocals or the style.

This is a cool track, thanks for sharing. 

 

I used to dislike Korean and Japanese as well, but eventually got into it. Actually in trance genre IMO music plays more part than vocals/lyrics. Alternatively I'd phrase this as vocals is just another instrument in Trance, unlike most of the other genres.

 

Some examples, 

 

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Might have to post some more albums here soon, finding a lot of interesting stuff as of late.
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Might have to post some more albums here soon, finding a lot of interesting stuff as of late.

 

Tease! ;)

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