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Lipstick Smears At 4 AM

Dark sexual progressive trance designed for late night clubbing. B&J have been around for a long time and are still one of the best when you think of progressive. On par with B.T.'s best work, i.e., Remember, Dreaming, Loving you, Flaming June with touches of Cicada, Moonbotica and IAMX. Don't care for the negative review because B&J have always sounded good, only gotten better. If you are a fan of Oakenfold's Perfecto label, this should do you just fine.

=D

WOW! That's all I have to say. WOW! I was stunned when I listened to this album on their MySpace with the partial clips that they had.

Great

Personally, I have loved Blank and Jones for years. This is a nice switch up for them. I know they are gonna still make some club bangers like before, but this is a new side to them. I Believe any true trance head will love it.

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Germany

Genre: Electronic

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

Piet Blank and Jaspa Jones are a production and DJ duo who played a significant role in the late-'90s commercialization of trance, though they went on to be known as much for their remixes and eclectic downtempo material. They crossed paths at a Popkomm trade show and debuted years later, in 1997, with "Sunrise." The same year, under one of their aliases, Da Bomb, they also carried out their first high-profile remix via Moby's "re-version" of "James Bond Theme." In 1999, the duo made commercial and...
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