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I've been listening to trance, house and progressive trance for years. This is, by far, the best artist album I've ever come across. Every track from start to finish is perfect. Perfect CD. These sounds are truly revolutionary.

Some songs are good

I bought tracks 1, 6, 7, 8, 10...if you like the more "laid back" stuff (in my opinion), then the other tracks would be good for you.

Almost too Good

Must agree with David 19. This album is near perfection and is certainly among the top of my list for Artist Albums. It has pace, progression and just great tunes. Vocal tracks are good. Dance songs are great. The only thing I find wanting are missteps. It does not misstep or take much of an actual artistic step. It stays safe and delivers near flawless dance tunes. It is a great listen but will probably not stay on my top list as long as some of the others that dared to be even a little disappointing.


Born: February 03, 1975 in Eschwege, Germany

Genre: Dance

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

Born in Germany but later based out of Miami, Markus Schulz is a club DJ who also hosts the influential radio show Global DJ Broadcast. Schulz’s career began in the early ‘90s when he remixed artists such as Madonna, 2 Unlimited, Backstreet Boys, and RuPaul. In 2005, he made his album debut with Without You Near, a set of productions released on Armada. In 2009, the label would release Thoughts Become Things, an album credited to Schulz’s alias Dakota. A second Dakota effort, Thoughts Become Things...
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