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Breaking out of the German techno and hardcore scene of the early '90s, Trance emphasized brief synthesizer lines repeated endlessly throughout tracks, with only the addition of minimal rhythmic changes and occasional synthesizer atmospherics to distinguish them -- in effect putting listeners into a trance that approached those of religious origin. Despite waning interest in the sound during the mid-'90s, trance made a big comeback later in the decade, even supplanting house as the most popular dance music of choice around the globe.

Inspired by acid house and Detroit techno, trance coalesced with the opening of R&S Records in Ghent, Belgium and Harthouse/Eye Q Records in Frankfu ...
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OM SHANTI - (by Bruce Hathaway)  Year: 2009
Bruce Hathaway Slow and moody tribal track with a percussive beat, drawn-out flute, and female trance vocals, Vocal Samples, Middle East, Contemporary Dramatic
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Middle East, Contemporary Dramatic
384174 6:33 Med Slow 80 USD $198.00  
Full Track - New Age, Spiritual
391003 6:23 Med Slow 80 USD $61.95  
60sec - Dance, Trance
391017 0:59 Med Slow 80 USD $82.00  

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