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  1. Zuluzshura Reply
    Paul van Dyk - The Politics of Dancing Vol.2 - CD2 [] by Progress your mind. 76 Playing tracks by. Paul Van Dyk, Various, Jose Amnesia vs Serp, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Marco V and more. Tagged #paul van dyk #the politics of dancing.
  2. Daijind Reply
    Format: 2×CD, Year: , Label: Ministry of Sound (MOSUS), Barcode: , Length: Release “The Politics of Dancing” by Paul van Dyk - MusicBrainz Log In.
  3. Mauktilar Reply
    The Politics Of Dancing 1 Release lempoeschenynecmemescompcapsoftswerook.coinfo Tracklist Disc 1 Ashtrax - "Digital Reason" Joker Jam - "Innocence (Paul van Dyk Remix)" Private Taste - "First" Jimpy - "Feeling Good (Original Version)" Paul van Dyk - "Vega (Starecase Remix)" & Filmpalast - "I Want (Acapella)" Southern Comforter - "Another Late Thursday" iiO - "Rapture (Paul Van Dyk Remix)" Sipping Soma.
  4. Teramar Reply
    Trance fans will immediately gravitate to the driving one-note basslines, unmissable breakdowns, and occasional vocal tracks from appropriately ethereal females, though The Politics of Dancing isn't at all dance-by-numbers. Besides venturing into breakbeat and even house territory, Van Dyk also indulges in much post-production of his mix.
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    Бесплатно mp3 - paul van dyk feat plumb i don deserve you john callaghan remix preview музыка онлайн Paul van Dyk – The Politics Of Dancing 1 CD 2 () (Слушать) (Скачать) Paul van Dyk feat. Sue McLaren.
  6. Vutaxe Reply
    CD 1 Ashtrax - Digital Reason (Paul van Dyk Rework) Joker Jam - Innocence (Paul van Dyk Rework) Private Taste - First Jimpy - Feeling Good (Original Version) Paul van Dyk - Vega - Filmpalast - I Want Southern Comforter - Another Late Thursday iio - Rapture
  7. Vigami Reply
    Paul van Dyk – The Politics Of Dancing. –Paul van Dyk Vega –Paul van Dyk Autumn –Paul van Dyk Out There Label: Ministry of Sound. –Jamnesia Reset I think this may be an import from Singapore.?.Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. Goltizahn Reply
    Being the first double-CD MOS compilation for Paul Van Dyk many were cynical that the most respected mixer in progressive trance could really pull this one off. With 33 songs in total PVD shows not only can he mix a damn fine tune but serves up exactly what his fans have been eagerly expecting with hard one-note bass lines, undeniable energetic.
  9. Yozil Reply
    It differs little from his previous releases, but Paul Van Dyk's The Politics of Dancing, Vol. 2 is a satisfying argument that trance isn't dead. It's not even on life support. Van Dyk discards tracks at lightning speed on the album's first disc, a song epic journey into uplifting, atmospheric dancefloor dreaminess. Theatrical stops and starts feature into every one of these blissful.

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