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TM / DJ Energy - Big Room Tunes - Hard Trance Anthems to the Max
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TM / DJ Energy - Big Room Tunes Album Sampler
Label: Nukleuz
Catalog#: 0532 PNUK
Format: Vinyl, 12"

Condition: VG+ , good cover.

Country: UK
Released: 30 Jun 2003
Genre: Electronic
Style: Trance


Tracklisting:
A TM (2) Fade To Grey (Steve L Remix)

B DJ Energy Arya (Dave 202 & Phil Green Remix)


Arya was a massive anthem and the remake by Dave202 and Phil Green sounds just like the good old trancers Dumonde, so if you like that big uplifting sound, jump all over this one.

TM's track is much harder with thick pounding, good for pushing a dancefloor into the next gear.

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 17 January, 2008.

 
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