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Album Review

Still best known for his 1999 number one smash "9 PM (Till I Come)," Andre Tanneburger, aka ATB, returns with Trilogy, his first release since 2005's Seven Years retrospective. Featuring contributions from Bermudian singer/songwriter Heather Nova, Jan Löchel, and Karen Ires, it's a two-disc album, with one half devoted to his trademark progressive trance and the other to Chicane-style chillout electronica. Released in 2007, ATB's sixth studio album features the singles "Renegade," "Feel Alive," and "Desperate Religion." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Born: 26 February 1973

Genre: Dance

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

ATB was the alias of DJ Andre Tanneberger, a native of Freilberg, Germany, born in 1973. In the wake of remixes for acts including the Outhere Brothers, Technotronic, and Haddaway, he scored a European club hit with 1999's "9 PM (Till I Come)," releasing the full-length Movin' Melodies later that same year. At the end of October 2000, Tanneberger released his sophomore album, Two Worlds. For the album ATB collaborated with Heather Nova, Enigma, and the Canadian rock band Wild Strawberries. The release...
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