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PVD will always be Number 1

PVD is the god of trance so there was never any doubt that I wasn’t going to love this album. POD1 is one of my favourite albums of all time so I’m glad he’s kept to his melodic roots.

My favourite tracks on the album so far are Lights, What We Livin’ For, Guardian, and Come With Me.

Disappointing

I can't believe the epic track PvD keeps dropping in his sets isn't on this. It's the track at 1h 02m in his Creamfields set, played straight after Horizon. Really disappointing. Also the rest of the track on here are pretty average. It's hardly Politics of Dancing 1, not even close. Sad times.

Hmmm...

So after a 10 year wait, 'Politics 3' is finally released... and it's a bit of a let down to be honest.

One mix and 14 songs doesn't equal good value in my eyes. Not when other dance albums still release 2-3 mixes for the same price.
Might sound like I'm being greedy, but the previous 2 in the series had 2 discs/mixes so why not this one? Just seems a bit like PvD couldn't be bothered.

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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