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on 7 August 2013
I first listened to this via Amazon's AutoRip, which puts gaps of several seconds between each tracks. This did affect my overall impression of the album, for when you listen to the CD, there are no gaps present and the whole thing flows very well.

Unfortunately, some of the tracks don't match up to those from their début, and one - Mother Nature - is abysmally cringe-worthy. The better tracks are their already released collaborations - Fireisland (the original mix is on Pure by Solarstone) and Brilliant People (also on the superb Magenta by Giuseppe Ottaviani). The rest are ok, although a couple appear to be leftovers from Rising Sun using exactly the same samples, drum loops and song format etc., but the overall feeling your left with is that, for the long wait (given it was rumoured to have been completed in 2012), they could've done a whole lot better.
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on 12 October 2016
As a Trance addict for over 17 years with over 100 Trance albums in my collection I thought I would purchase the 3 studio albums from Aly & Fila after experiencing the genius of Future Sound Of Egypt.
I was so disappointed to find out that Aly & Fila 's own style of music is extemely childish poppy Trance reminiscent of those horrendous albums of the early Noughties of trance artists writing their own albums. Remember Fragma and Ian Van Dahl? A few good singles but terrible poppy tuneless childish so called trance albums.
This is so poor just like The Other Shore. Rising Sun gets 2 stars.
However there are 3 tracks here that I should mention. Tula is good and gets this album the 1 star. Fire Island is one of Aly & Fila ' s best tunes but on this album it's given a non trance treatment, how pathetic. Daydreaming is a tryer but any Trance addict will like this track.
I love Aly & Fila and have the FSOE collection and have seen their live sets but when it comes to their own albums it is so embarrassing. I guess they must even be regretting their studio albums given their popularity right now in 2016.
Trance addict? Stay well away from this album.
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on 16 April 2014
From the Van Buuren label comes a force of beauty, emotion and pulsating beats. Another Armada great production. Top tunes.
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on 7 January 2016
It came very Quickly

Only listened to a few songs but well worth the buy if you love some good uplifting trance

I only had song number 1 already the others I didn't

so will give it 5*
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on 9 September 2013
some tracks are o.k but a few poor ones and "mother nature" is one of the worst songs i have ever heard just terrible
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on 21 July 2013
If you like trance in the above and beyond armada label groove you will love this all good a nice mixture of melodic beats vocals and some lovely waves of trance , sweet album
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on 13 February 2015
very good
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on 17 December 2014
good cd
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on 15 August 2013
Interview with Aly & Fila about their album Quiet Storm out now on Armada Music. Ever living to the rhythm of the beat, Aly & Fila find themselves in the eye of the storm. The Egyptian flag-bearers of the global trance scene spent the past decade building an impressive career as successful DJ's, producers and label-owners. Following their beloved debut album 'Rising Sun', is its long-awaited successor, 'Quiet Storm'. For Aly & Fila, there's no waiting for the storm to pass. They're right in the middle.
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