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This album is amazing, combining all the best elements of his previous work into this masterpiece! If you liked the feel of This binary Universe but fancy more traditional catchy songs you will not be disappointed at all. As always although BT is labelled under dance he is so much more than that! Enjoy!!!!

Sell out!

Thought I'd give this a try, given that I used to love BT. Unfortunately it's further down the hole he started digging a few years ago. Commercial sounding rubbish. His early stuff was fantastic but this is truly woeful.

You want great music....

Simply stunning.

Some of the best produced electro/dance/rock/pop/trance fusion music ever made. When is he coming to OZ?


Born: 1973 in Rockville, MD

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

His concept of epic house inspired by the classical training he received from an early age, Brian Transeau revitalized the British dance community in the mid-'90s and provided a point of entry for later dream house merchants like Robert Miles, Sash!, and BBE (though Transeau had, for the most part, left the style behind by the time of its pop success during 1997-1998). After his debut album appeared in late 1995 (as BT), Transeau hit the dance charts when his remix of Tori Amos' "Blue Skies" became...
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