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Trance & Acid

Kai Tracid

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Album Review

The overriding misconception about Kai Tracid's stylistic philosophy was that trance and acid had never been fused before, but fortunately Trance & Acid, Tracid's first studio full-length, turned out to be an enjoyable if pointless exercise in viable electronic dance. From the narcoleptic Faithless monotone of "Bad Shape" to the strangely effective assimilation of the Neverending Story theme in Top Ten hit "Life Is Too Short," Tracid bottled his field's production frustration and came up with a sound somewhere between San Francisco's DJ Amber and Germany's Paul Van Dyk.

Biography

Born: 17 January 1972 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Kai Tracid, born Kai Franz in 1972, hails from Europe's trance capital Frankfurt am Main (Tracid is, in fact, a blend of the two words trance and acid). Armed with model looks as well a fine ear for both underground and commercial sounds, he was playing at some of Germany's top venues — such as Frankfurt's Dorian Gray nightclub — only a few years after starting out in the record-spinning business. Tracid began the assault on the dance scene with his own music in the mid-'90s. His first...
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Trance & Acid, Kai Tracid
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Trance
  • Released: 28 January 2001

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