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5.0 classic
Above & Beyond Tri State
It's hard to find actual and proper trance artists that have such details in every track of theirs. In Tri-state, all of their tracks have elements hand picked carefully for them to blend in well. That is one major task majority of today's Trance musicians don't know how to do. There's amazing atmosphere through out the whole album, along with perfect mastering on each channel and fx slots. They're truly up there in the Trance scene for a good reason. Tri State pretty much changed my whole perspective on Electronic music altogether, seeing their influences and their attitude of having flawlessness in their album. Not all of the songs in the album are Trance, and this is what the broad mind thinks. Listen closely, it's not just trance. It's something much more beyond it.
Escape the Day Ghostless
Merchant Ships For Cameron
I REALLY love the mastering in this, there's clear crispness in the recording quality and the best part is that they used Distortion in this whole album.
Opeth Blackwater Park
Robert Miles Dreamland
As much as I hate to brag, used up 2 cassettes of Dreamland back in the day. Now I preserve my CD with the greatest care. Classics like these don't die. You possibly couldn't point out to me 1 artist that makes music like this, or even close to as good as this album is. The dreamiest atmospheres and lushest soundscapes, this album will take you a million MILES away from your default mental state. You'd never want to come back.

4.5 superb
Enigma MCMXC a.D.
Enigma The Screen Behind the Mirror
Opeth Deliverance
TTNG This Town Needs Guns

4.0 excellent
Arvo Part Te Deum
TTNG Animals
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