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)-)Ibiza 95-96(-(

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For me 1995 was the year that coined the phrase Ibiza Anthems.
I remember coming hone after
the summer of 1995 and the dj mix album had realy taken off.

The best anthems here the best anthems there.

Brandon Block, seb fontaine, Judge Jules the same name as we see on every album cover today.

More importantly it gave you something to listen to
and dream about as those
cold winter nights quickly dispelled any thought of summer, cocktails and
dancing on ibiza beaches.

And i think Anthems is exactly the right word for those tunes
beutiful melodies
haunting trance- these are timeless classics you
can hear again and again.

Probably the biggest diference to the music heard now is the lack of base (Although do enjoy the fattest of bases on De lacy's Hideaway, from deep prog remixing speacilists deep dish six years ago.

+ + + +BIG TUNES OF 95+ + + +

1-Everything but the Girl-Missing
2-Jamiroqui-Space Cowboy
3-Josh Wink-Higher state of consciousness
4-De lacy- Hide away
5-QT Quartet-Hold that sucker down
6-Nori Kahte-Yeke Yeke


Was the year that put trance on the map, bringing it out of the underground and into the mainstream,
the songs below could be heard
everytime from Pacha to
Privelege to Space.

Who could have ever forgot songs like Insomnia and children
songs which have probably had a bigger impact on the
current day trance movement
than any others.

I still remember going completly wild upon hearing Insomnia in Privelege.

+ + + +BIG TUNES OF 96+ + + +

2-Robert Miles-Children
3-BBE-Seven days & one week
4-Tori Amos-Proffesional Widow
5-Hysteric Ego-Want Love

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