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This release from Toucan Music celebrates the tenth anniversary of two classic trance tracks from Hyperterminal. First produced in March 1999, Thirty One was the debut Hyperterminal track and defined the trademark synth driven Hyperterminal sound. It was Seeking You, produced in September 1999 and released online in December, that slowly brought Hyperterminal recognition and led to a record deal, reaching the dance top ten on MP3.com in 2000 and later top spot on the Vitaminic music download site in 2001. Ten years on, and the tracks have been remade in a contemporary, upfront tech-trance style with thumping rhythms, bouncy tech bass and soaring trance synths and arpeggios. Both tracks as usual are full length and completely free to download under a Creative Commons licence. Release picture appears courtesy of Misteraitch on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/misteraitch/2850630634/
Uplifting, melodic trance from JMD. "Polar" starts with driving tech-trance club beats and stuttering bass, then breaks down into a warm, mellow pad section before kicking in with an anthemic trance synth riff building up throughout the remainder of the track. Psychadelik Pedestrian presents a chillout remix adding spaced out beats. The bonus track, "Subfusion", is a melodic, thumping club trance track with old school synth and electro influences. All tracks are DJ friendly and feature extended introduction and ending.
Psychadelik Pedestrian and Dave Kent join forces for two very different dance tracks. Fish Ate My Monkey Tank is a remake of Dave's 2000 track Monkeys Ate My Fish Tank and features hard distorted breaks, squelching acid riffs and throbbing bass. More and More, the second track, is an instrumental dance / house piece with strings and a catchy piano hook.
Redmann is back with a melodic, uplifting breakbeat trance track featuring plenty of warm analog synth action. JMD is on the remix with a hard, bouncy trance version of the track, also adding pumping old skool bass.
Marc Burt and Beat Doctor join forces for this Toucan release, with individual mixes of Aerial Photograph. Marc's mix is a melodic, progressive trance soundscape with warm, analogue synth pads and catchy riffs. Beat Doctor's mix adds a harder edge with distortion, sidechain compression and filters.
The original mix of Solar Wind is uplifting melodic trance from JMD, featuring warm synth riffs and pads. Psychadelik Pedestrian also presents a bonus remix which crafts the original into a fast yet drifting, progressive breakbeat trance workout. Both mixes are as usual in full, DJ friendly, high quality MP3 format.
This release showcases rockin' action breaks from Psychadelik Pedestrian - music for car chases, great escapes and high octane stunts! The original mix features bouncy synth action and a funky driving bassline, while Dave Kent's remix adds guitar scratching and hectic breakbeat and tribal drumming. A must for your car stereo!
Marc Burt is on hand to rework Redmann's 1998 track Scorpion, with JMD also providing a guest remix. Marc Burt's main remix is pure progressive, uplifting trance with lush, sweeping synths and piano. JMD takes Marc's remake and speeds things up a notch with a faster, harder arpeggio based trance workout. Finally, Marc goes back to 1998 for an uplifting rework sticking close to Redmann's original.
Progressive, dark house from Beat Doctor with the original six kicks mix being built around a kick drum riff which uses no less than six different kick drum sounds. Marc Burt teams up with the Doctor for the remix, which takes elements from the original and builds up into an epic, acidic trance workout.
This bumper release features remixes of the 2002 Psychadelik Pedestrian track One Five Eight. Psychadelik Pedestrian rips it up old skool style in his breakbeat piano remix while guest remixer Dave Seagrim moulds the elements into a progressive breaks style. Redmann adds his own trademark melodic house sound in his mix while keeping the original tune, and finally JMD works the track into a hard, uplifting trance anthem. All mixes are full, high quality DJ-friendly MP3 downloads.