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The compilation of the summer

Too many dance compilations offer recycled sounds, blending 10 of this year's hits with 30 others from years past. None of that here - this is the rare bird that sounds like a DJ compilation that was influenced (if not constructed) by the DJ himself. Disk 1 wobbles (beatifully) between uplifting house and chunky tech, while Disk 2 simply takes off. If you are a genuine fan of dance music and lover of the Ibiza scene this is simply a must have.

It's all good

Typical PvD... Awesome :-) Happy days...

Great Album!

very nicely done album, lots of great songs, deffinatly worth the money

Biography

Born: 16 December 1971 in Eisenhüttenstadt, East Germany

Genre: Dance

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

From early Berlin techno and house through progressive trance, producer/DJ Paul van Dyk has soundtracked the German electronic dance scene ever since he moved to the city and began mixing in 1988. A native of a German town near Frankfurt, van Dyk first heard house music on the radio during the mid-'80s. Soon he was experimenting with a rudimentary turntable setup, and after hitting Berlin, he gigged around the city. By 1991, he had appeared at the legendary Tresor club; he later set up his own E-Werk...
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