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I am a long-time trance fan but have been under the impression that the best, most epic trance was produced between 1995 and 2005. However, I wanted to expand my trance music collection and decided that a good way to sample some of the best trance from more recent years was to buy various ASOT albums by Armin Van Buuren. I'm so glad that I decided to purchase this one, and it has renewed my interest in trance beyond the golden era I mentioned. This is the best ASOT album and one of the best trance compilations ever produced. Between the two CDs (29 tracks total), the large majority of tracks are exceptional. I would put the track selection and mixing on this 2-disc album on par with Sasha amp; Digweed's Northern Exposure: Expeditions. I slightly prefer the first CD to the second CD, but the second CD has some memorable vocal trance, which often does not appeal to me but can be great if done right, as has been done with this album.Holy crap these two CD's are incredible! It is almost as if ASOT 2011 consists of two tracks - one on the beach and the other in the club. All of these songs blend together perfectly and none are boring or sleepy. Definitely a big step up over the past couple of ASOT albums which have songs that I've happily skipped over. Overall, these two CD's are an effortless and creamy mix of tracks that will transport you to a different place. Many of the songs have this great attitude to them which puts chills down my back. A+++The mixes on both CDs sound a little monotonous; the synths in most of the tracks sound similar to each other. Another reviewer put it more succinctly by saying it sounded mundane. Not bad honestly when compared to other mixes out there, but it's not up to Armin's full potential... Unlike when I first heard Boundaries of Imagination back in '99, which nearly brought tears to my eyes.I am a Baby Boomer. Born in 1955. Most of my kind think that music died with Elvis, Beatles, and Buddy Holly. I like to listen to the newst beats. The old stuff gets, well, old. Horrible recording equipment. Sound is terrible. Now with a up-graded music system, one can truly appreciate the advances of recording techonology. While Elvis sounds the same. Tinny.Armin Van Buuren's 2012 collection is almost as good/original as his 2009 ASOT, which says a lot. I have enjoyed the collection, but have real issues with Amazon's tracking cookie requirements As well as having ones computer set up to delete browsing. Amazon is a little behind the sophistication curve in reading a machine's assigned numbers - really frustrating!!!Excellent CD, I liked it better than Mirage.Nice to see that Armin doesn't "let go", you can clearly see the work that went into this compilation (albeit, of course, not as much as in Mirage) - the tracks flow nicely from one to the next, and mood is preserved.First track, of course, is simply mind-blowing. This is true Armin here. CDs Vinyl => Dance Electronic => Trance YFQHDD 1Pcs Women Hair Clip Acrylic Hairpins Claws Girls Make UP Wholesale Online In UK
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