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Missing Track: Red and White - Maarten de Jong

Always loved PvD, I've not listened to him properly for a while, this just brings it all back to me. One track that I would have liked to have seen on this set is Red and White by Maarten de Jong, but then that was on Vandit's Miami 2014 album. Loving this though...

PVD;(

I was let to believe for the last year or so that this was going to be a back to roots album for PVD. There was a glimmer of hope of this , with some of the tracks he's released on the build up to its release and some of the good unknown trance tracks he's played in his recent sets. I think yeah this album could be the PVD we know and love .Then "louder" is released and I think "oh know", this is not a good sign .
I was right, the album seems to be a let down , full of EDM sounds.
I know styles move on , but his distinguishable trance sound has just got weaker and weaker . Know it just sounds like all the other soulless EDM out there and is nothing like a back to roots album as we had been led to believe. I'm 35 and I've been following PVD since 1997, when this man was unstoppable. Shame, he sold out to EDM just like Tiesto.

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.

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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