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Yves Deruyter

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Effectively a singles collection with the required similar-sounding new tracks tossed in, Yves Deruyter's debut stuck to the old template of first-time dance artist albums but made up for it with a real ear for sweet and ultra-personal trance anthems. There's always been a hidden dub feel to Deruyter, and here it was used well time and again as the focusing pull of the darker tracks and their breakdowns, such as "Outsiders," a nasty effects-pummeling lifter, which created a satisfyingly intelligent atmosphere throughout. D-Album didn't have the thematic reliability of other upper-level dance LPs, but there was hardly a weak track on here, and even "Feel Free" and "To the Rhythm" still sounded tremendous years later.

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Shaven-headed DJ and producer Yves Deruyter started working the club circuit in his native Belgium during the early '90s. It didn't take him long to start releasing his own tracks, and during the mid-'90s, he put out several tunes — such as "Rave City" and "Calling Earth" — which did quite well both in Belgium and Germany. In 1997, however, Deruyter's name became known the world over following the release of his trance single "The Rebel" — a dance chart winner in many countries....
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