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Paul Oakenfold - Tranceport mp3 herunterladen
Darsteller: Paul Oakenfold
Genre: Elektronische
Titel: Tranceport
MP3-Albumgröße: 2486 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 2922 mb
Stil: Trance, Breaks, Progressive Trance
Land: US
Freigegeben: 03 Nov 1998
Katalognummer: 9 47120-2
Etikett: Kinetic Records, Reprise Records

Trackliste


1AscensionSomeone (Original Vocal Mix)
Producer – Stephen Jones Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Joanna Law, Kate Cameron, Roxanne Written-By – R. Simmonds, S. Jones
2TransaEnervate (Original Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Transa
7:04
3Paul van DykWords (For Love) (Original Mix)
Composed By, Performer, Producer – Paul van Dyk
5:25
4Energy 52Café Del Mar (Three N One Remix)
Composed By, Producer – Paul M.Remix – Three 'N OneRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Andre Strasser, Sharam Jey
7:12
5The Dream TravelerTime (Original Mix)
Producer – DJ InertiaWritten-By – Joey Fehrenbach
6:36
6AscensionSomeone (Slacker Mix)
Producer – Stephen Jones Producer [Additional Production], Remix – SlackerVocals [Additional Vocals] – Joanna Law, Kate Cameron, Roxanne Written-By – R. Simmonds, S. Jones
8:18
7Binary Finary1998 (Original Mix)
Producer – Binary Finary, Nuw IdolWritten-By – Binary Finary
4:50
8Binary Finary1998 (PVD Mix)
Producer – Binary Finary, Nuw IdolRemix – PVDWritten-By – Binary Finary
9Gus GusPurple (Sasha v. The Light)
Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Gus Gus, Páll BorgRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Sasha, The LightWritten-By – Biggi Thorarinsson, Herb Legowitz, Ian Wright, Peter Coyle, Stephen Cummerson
8:15
10Tilt v. Paul van DykRendezvous (Quadraphonic Mix)
Engineer – Nic BrittonWritten-By, Producer, Mixed By – Graham, Park, Wilson, Van Dyk
3:59
11Agnelli + NelsonEl Niño (Matt Darey 12" Mix)
Mixed By – CJ AgnelliRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Matt DareyVocals – Marcella WoodsWritten-By, Producer – CJ Agnelli And Robbie Nelson
8:03
12Lost TribeGamemaster (Original Mix)
Executive Producer – Red JerryProgrammed By [Additional Programming] – Jay RelfWritten-By, Producer – Matt Darey
7:18
13Three Drives On A VinylGreece 2000 (Original Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Enrico/Ton TB
6:30

Versionen


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2 47120-ABPaul Oakenfold Tranceport ‎(CD, Comp, Pro)Kinetic Records, Reprise Records2 47120-ABUS1998
9 47120-2Paul Oakenfold Tranceport ‎(CD, Mixed)Kinetic Records, Reprise Records, Perfecto9 47120-2US1998
PRO-C-9661Paul Oakenfold Tranceport (A Bite Out Of Tranceport) ‎(Cass, P/Mixed, Promo, Smplr)Kinetic Records, Reprise RecordsPRO-C-9661US1998
PRO-CD-9556-RPaul Oakenfold Tranceport Sampler ‎(CD, Promo, Smplr)Reprise RecordsPRO-CD-9556-RUS1998

Credits


  • Artwork [Direction & Design]Catherine Chesters
  • Artwork [Direction & Design], Other [Cell]Rodger Belknap
  • DJ MixPaul Oakenfold
  • Executive-ProducerSteve Lau
  • Photography ByYule Rhodin
  • Photography By [Inside Photo]Jennifer Greenburg

Hinweise


Reprise Records, a Time Warner Company. 3300 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505-4694. 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019-6908. World Wide Web: http://www.RepriseRec.com/ ©℗1998 Reprise Records.

℗1998 Dream Music. ℗1997 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗1997 Superstition Recordings GmbH. ℗1998 4AD. ℗1998 RGB Records, Ltd. ℗1997 MFS administered by BMG/UFA. ℗1997 Hook Recordings Ltd. Made in U.S.A. Mfg. by WEA Manufacturing. All Rights Reserved.

Track durations derived from original CD using computer.

Barcodes


  • Barcode (Scanned): 093624712022
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L903
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U3U
  • Matrix / Runout: Y6295 1 47120-2 RE-2 01 wea mfg. OLYPHANT

Unternehmen


  • Copyright (c) – Reprise Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Reprise Records
  • Pressed By – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – Y6295

Video

Album


Tranceport is a DJ mix album released by Paul Oakenfold in 1998. It was released on Kinetic Records. In 2012 Rolling Stone ranked the album at number 8 on their list of The 30 Greatest EDM Albums Ever. The Dream Traveler Time Original Mix 7:17. Three Drives On A Vinyl Greece 2000 Original Mix 6:44. Tilt vs. Paul van Dyk Rendezvous Quadraphonic Mix 4:08. Gus Gus Purple Sasha vs. The Light 7:16. Ascension Someone Slacker and Original Vocal Mix 8:12. Stream Paul Oakenfold - Tranceport Full Album by bassRAWR from desktop or your mobile Oakenfold - Tranceport full album 0:07 The Dream Traveler Time 6:44 Three Drives On A Vinyl Greece 2000 13:14 Tilt vs. Paul Van Dyk. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1998 CD от Tranceport на Oakenfold - Tranceport by Dream Traveler. 11 songs. 1998 year. Format mp3. Download compilation for free and listen online. И тем не менее, релиз стоит того, чтобы его послушать, ведь это Окенфольд. Songs in album Paul Oakenfold - Tranceport 1998. Dream Traveler - Time. Three Drives - Greece 2000. Paul Van Dyk ft. Tilt - Rendezvous Quadrophonic Mix. Listen free to Paul Oakenfold Tranceport Time Original Mix, Greece 2000 Original Mix and more. 11 tracks 71:14. Dance 1998. But Tranceport is no mere mixtape of the Oakenfold 1998 experience. Taking tracks by such artists as the Dream Traveller, Gus Gus, and Agnelli Nelson, Oakenfold slips new tricks and grooves into the work, in essence creating brand-new multi-BPM beasts in the process. Tranceport album. Just better. Tranceport is a mix album released by Paul Oakenfold in 1998. Although it did not chart in the UK Compilation Chart or the US Billboard 200, it proved popular, and in 2012 Rolling Stone ranked it at number 23 on their list of The 30 Greatest EDM Albums Ever. Track listing. The Dream Traveler Time 7:17. Three Drives On A Vinyl Greece 2000 6:44. Paul Van Dyk Rendezvous Quadraphonic Mix 4:08. This item:Tranceport by Paul Oakenfold Audio CD . Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by North American Books. Paul Oakenfold, Travelling Audio CD . Paul Oakenfold might be the DJ to rescue trance from itself Tranceport features a veritable who's who of trance records and producers-Sasha's remix of Gus Gus's Purple, a few tracks from seminal trance producer Paul van Dyk, and the driving, impenetrable Enervate by Transa. Oakenfold's mixing is impeccably suited to trance: long, drawn-out bleeds of sound seep from one transcendent track to the next
Nanecele
The vocals in track 6 are not Marcella Woods. Some help here please.
Tygrarad
It was Marcella Woods who provided the vocals on the original Matt Darey 12" Remix and it's Marcella Woods who is credited with the vocals in the credits for this release.
Qusicam
The bpm for the Binary Finary track is slowed down just a little bit from the original mix, improving it greatly in my mind. Impeccable track selection.
Malahelm
Yes beginning of the end summed up in this cd, but oh boy what a Album, I still listen to this and it sounds fresh all the time! I own most of these tracks on vinyl and love the sound that came out of this era, respects to Paul van Dyk, Faithless, BT and Sasha and Digweed
caif
Having had this CD for as long as I can remember and having read the already mentioned comments I have to ask why none have state the obious errors of the track list ... Trk 6 El Nino is infact the Original mix by Agnelli Nelson and trk 8 - is just simply the Original binary finary mix .. there is no hint of the PVD remix anywhere to be heard in this mix ..And trak 9 is listed words Original mix well it's the shortend revised mix that was released on 12inch again which Oakie canned and he also used the true Original version on the Emix vol4 CD release If you happen to have both cd released then you will know the difference ..
Agrainel
Before I start the criticism, this is an excellent release, and it includes many trancy tracks, and commercially-styled tracks as well. Props to Oakenfold for spotting the future big hits and mixing them pretty well. This album doesn't flow that well, however; its simply anthem after anthem (a style thats commonplace for trance DJs today). By the time this was released, the original Berlin trance had been in decline for several years, and gave way to progressive, a still credible genre but a stepping stone on the path to the crap most people call trance today. Oakenfold went on to produce a massive electronic pop album named "Bunkka"; I recommend it. No one really doubts that Oakenfold's Goa days were his most legendary sets, but this mix is an enjoyable CD from the musical perspective, not so much from the trance perspective. Tracks like El Nino sound very pop-like, and tracks like Enervate sound like the generic uplift that plagued trance the following years. It's all excellent music mixed well, for sure. But if I could ask Oakenfold a question, I would ask him why the change in sound? Understand I'm not bashing him for it, but just curious as to his reasons for it. Perhaps it was the changing times; the Goa movement peaked long before this CD, and trance even longer ago - there was no longer was a scene for either genre. Overall, this CD is worth every dollar. Memorable? Maybe - it was somewhat groundbreaking as it virtually inaugurated the new sound of trance, but there was nothing Oakenfold himself really did in this CD that was memorable besides compiling big hit tracks (from well known artists). I used to be a real jerk and insult new trance all the time, but its gone elsewhere, and its not coming back. I don't really think it'll be successful - as many say, innovation is the key to good music - and modern trance is lacking severely in this regard. I've moved on - and I'm surprised as what great music is out there besides trance. If there's anything you might want to take out of my "review", its that you should explore the new and the old with an open mind. Anyways, that's the end of my rant, if you don't like anything I said feel free to PM me with your grievances, just don't take anything I said personally, I'm trying to be as unbiased and objective as I can while still disseminating my personal opinions.
Shomeshet
9 years later and trance is even worse than it was in '08. The late 90's through around 2000 was the trance hay day imo, heck its what really got me into electronic music and I've been hooked ever since. Even though I mainly listen to techno and house these days I still go back from time to time and listen to albums like this, brings back so many good memories. Love Oakey or hate him you have to respect what he did for electronic music.
Ces
I find it comical that you clearly failed to mention ... the fact that track listing is wrong .. Tracks 8a so called 8b and 9 When in actual fact they are binary finary Original mix there ain't even a hint of the pvd remix .. , pvd words - is the revised mix for general release and if people bought the album that featured original version of words will know the difference and oakie also used the Original which is featured Emix vol 4 .. The cd was made for the American market .. thought i seriously doubt he actually mixed the album because it's just too crisp of a mix .. back then Dj put there names to mixes that they never mixed ... It's very bloody hard to find and buy a 100 percent dj mix .. nowaday what with all the tech they .. makin them seam so seamless .. And only ever genuine dj mix album i've ever bought was by De Niro ...released on Hook recs Anyone that speaks like that should at least point out the glaring mistakes ...
I_LOVE_228
I'm going to skip the discussion on whether this was a marketing effort, as for me this was one of the first introductions into electronic music (ironically, only later I found that this was more like the end of underground trance and the beginning of commercial). I have to say that even though every single track is beatiful the way Oakenfold mixes them leaves kind of an unpleasant aftertaste. It's almost like an action movie that is too dragged out--Oakie wastes some potential in the energy that the tracks can reach... and some tracks could be mixed in for a shorter time. As far as undergroundedness of the tracks, to the my best of my knowledge, most of this stuff was underground back then--as a genre. But many of the artists, like Matt Darey, Paul van Dyk, Sasha and Energy 52 were already fairly big names in the scene. Oakenfold was lucky to foresee that those would be the tracks to stay around for years to come, but I think partly because he usually sticks to big tunes and not too many obscure or original tracks. Anyhoo, not too bad for a good song collection, but as far as Oakie goes--try his New York and/or Oslo and Goa stuff instead.
Eng.Men
I'll have to agree that this mix is packed full of classics and the mixing is half-decent (for Oakenfold anyway), but the fact that this was released in the US only, at a time when albums like Paul van Dyk's "Seven Ways" were just starting to get attention, makes me think of it mostly as a well-aimed marketing tool. To hear it today, it's almost amusing, one gargantuan anthem smacking right into another, climaxing with "Gamemaster", a track you can't even play in my part of the world anymore, lest you be laughed out of town. It reads almost like "NOW That's What I Call Trance! Vol. 1", designed to crack the American market open for later series like TranceGlobalNation and TranceMix USA -- not to mention a Paul Oakenfold US tour in the summer of 1999, after the mix had been given six months to simmer. This mix is good to listen to if you want to rediscover your love of some old classics, but I just can't shake the feeling that it was more business than pleasure.
Flamehammer
i bought this CD in early 2004 along with a few others, mainly because everyone around me has been raving about what a classic this is. There are indeed some classic tracks in the mix, like gamemaster and greece 2000, but i found the mixing to be extremely mediocre, and almost all tracks have very low energy and pace, with extremely long buildups and not so great breakdowns. definately a disappointment in summary, if u appreciate this CD for what it is - a breakthrough release by oakenfold back in the day when trance was still being shaped into what it is today, you may just enjoy this CD. if you do not care about the history, and just want some good trance, steer clear of this antiquated prog album cheers
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