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Product details

  • Audio CD (16 April 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Central Station
  • ASIN: B000O75HO8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 545,366 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Lose Yourself
  2. Hold Me Till the End
  3. Falling
  4. Succumb To The Night
  5. One Further Thought (Succumb Reprise)
  6. Perfect World
  7. Narama
  8. Reflections (Always You)
  9. Breathe
  10. Destination
  11. Tomorrow Never Comes
  12. Winter (Album Remaster)

Disc: 2

  1. Winter (Max Graham Remix)
  2. Tomorrow Never Comes (Gareth Emery Remix)
  3. Hold Me Till The End (Ronski Speed Mix)
  4. Falling (Sunny LAX Remix)
  5. Perfect World (Lange Remix)
  6. Breathe (Alex Morph Vs Woody Van Eyden Remix)
  7. Lose Yourself (Adam White Remix)
  8. Reflections (Always You) (Corderoy Remix)
  9. Succumb To The Night (Mike Coglin Remix)
  10. Narama (Jurgen Vries Remix)
  11. Destination (Above And Beyond Remix)
  12. Stay With Me (DT8 Project Remix) (Bonus Track) - Angelic

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
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Format: Audio CD
I came across this album completely by accident. I'd heard "Hold Me Till The End", released as a single in March 2007, and I thought I'd give this album a short spin. That was quite a while ago and the album is still spinning in my player.

I consider myself a trance fan, that's how I heard 'Hold Me Till the End' because it's doing the rounds on the decks of the likes of Above and Beyond and Ronski Speed (trance dj's just in case you didn't know.) But it'd be seriously wrong for me to say that this album here is trance because, quite simply it's not. There are a lot of cross-over elements on here, for example "Narama" sounds almost like really good "house" music, but what stands out is how chilled out this cd is. You could call it "chilled-out trance" or even "chilled-out dance". Bottom line is Darren Tate (the GENIUS behind DT8 Project) clearly put a lot of thought, time and work into this and it really does show. This would sound perfect, AND I MEAN PERFECT, whilst you're sitting on a beach in Ibiza on a really hot day, watching the sun go down. Pure quality. Well done Darren Tate!

And all this coming from a guy who normally likes his music harder and faster. This really is quality work. Don't hesitant, buy this now!
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Indeed this album is truly a work of art. I'm blown away by it, just a supreme set of tunes. I've had this in my car for the best part of the year and it never fails to impress.

The second CD just isn't as good, it's the clubbed up version, which although are good, are nothing compared to the originals. And yes, it's missing "The Power of One", which is an outstanding track (if you ignore the screechy bit).

Even with these minor niggles, I cannot award it anything apart from 5 stars.
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Format: Audio CD
This is a decent album. It is trance on the whole, but it's generally far gentler than you would witness in a club atmosphere. The layering synths act like a summer breeze, it flows well, and some of the sounds are catchy but never overpowering. The balance between beat and keyboard is brilliant.
At times, however, it's a little 'too' gentle. Granted this is only opinion, and as I've stated in many previous reviews, knocking an album's star rating down a notch just because of personal taste is bad practice. I just felt that it lacked that killer edge that would have changed this into something special.
My main disappointment was the track Destination. The originals (both the DT8 original and the Jurgen Vries version) were outstanding, and is one of my favourite songs of all time. This version is still OK, but for some reason the vocals of Roxanne Wilde, who sung majestically and powerfully on the original, are not there. The stand-in is too fluffy for that track, for my liking. Some of the synths have changed too... it's basically like a more insipid version of the same song.
I have the original, so I don't really know what I'm complaining about - I guess this is just a small piece of advice to others purchasing it.
Since some of the previous reviews, incidentally, 'The Power of One' does appear on what I assume is a revised version of the album. Make sure you are purchasing the correct one if you want this song, just in case both versions still exist.
A decent album, but barely more than that. I recommend Succumb To The Night and Perfect World as the best.
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