[Trance] DJ Techtools classic trance mix train.
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    Default DJ Techtools classic trance mix train.




    Deevey:
    Evolution - Phoenix 1999 (Fluid)
    T-empo - Fouk 2001 (Breathless Records)
    Team Deep - Morning Light - 1996 (Multiply)
    Punchunella - San Trancisco - 1994 (Global Grooves)
    Vincent De Moor - Flowtation - 1996 (Deal Records)
    PvD - For an Angel - 1998 (Deviant records)

    NICKY:
    Yves Deruyter Back To Earth (2000 Bonzai Records)
    DJ Misjah & DJ Tim Access (1995 X-Trax)
    AMbassador The Fade (1999 Platipus)
    Emmanuel Top Acid Phase (1995 Attack Records)
    Quench Dreams (1993 Infectious Records)
    Sasha Xpander (1999 Deconstruction)

    ImNotDedYet:
    IIO - Rapture (Riva Remix)
    Chicane - Saltwater (Tomski vs Disco Citizens Remix)
    Lost Tribe - Gamemaster (Signum Remix)
    Greece 2000 - Three Drives (Man With No Name Remix)
    The Dream Traveler - Time (Edge Factor Mix)

    keithace:
    Solar Stone Solar Coaster (Midway mix)
    Deniro State of Mind (Original Mix)
    Christopher Lawrence Shredder (Transa Remix)
    Deepsky Stargazer (Original Mix)
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    That's a tasty looking tracklist!
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    If someone would like an MP3 to download please let me know.
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    Great job! Can I get a copy of the MP3?

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    Yo, are these "mix trains" done with any sort of regularity? Would be cool to get in on something like this.

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