Mr. S. Small

"trance revver"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 58% (42 of 72)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,383,415 - Total Helpful Votes: 42 of 72
Cream Future Trance ~ Various Artists
Cream Future Trance ~ Various Artists
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Trancetastic, 11 Jan 2009
I'm slightly puzzled by the negative review on here and really wonder if the person responsible for it has actually listened to these cds. This is an absolutely brilliant release from New State Music.

The number of tracks on here might suggest that there would be a lack of quality control, but that really is not the case here. Whoever compiled this clearly has a good ear for quality tunes and the majority of times I would say that the best mix of each track has been selected.

So how is this different? Well, in spite of being criticised for being full of old and stale material, that is simply not the case. This compilation is as fresh as it could possibly be. These… Read more
The World's Greatest Euphoric Trance ~ Various Artists
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
This series of cds seems to get better and better. Another triple cd helping of brilliant trance.

The first cd is a wonderful example of the strength of the current trance scene. It melds vocal and instrumental trance very well and although not mixed by a human dj, the computer has done a very good job on this occasion. What sets the first two cds apart from most releases of the past few years is that they are fresh, each track representing the trance scene of 2007. Highlights of cd 1 for me include jose amnesia's 'Louder', super8 & Tab's 'Suru' and the brilliant 'Why' by Fkn and jahala.

cd2 is titled 'tech' so one would assume it would be harder and grittier than cd1… Read more
Euphoria Return To Ibiza ~ Various Artists
Euphoria Return To Ibiza ~ Various Artists
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Euphoria's Ibiza albums used to bring new, quality house and trance music to the nation each year, but now they are reduced to this. It is hard to see why pretty much all of Ministry of Sound's releases in the Euphoria series have been 'Classics' focused. Fair enough, younger fans may not have been able to buy the originals, but that does not justify churning out the same old stuff every year. Why not re-release the old albums, like was done for the bonkers series a couple of years ago. If they continue like this, people will assume the scene is dead and buried, no longer producing quality music that the mainstream would enjoy. This view is wrong and it is self defeating for MoS to… Read more

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