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Unread Apr 2nd, 2010, 10:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Dustwave - Turnpoint 2010

I know some of you have been waiting for this set for months, but the wait is finally over. Due to reasons i won't bore you with i couldn't release it earlier, so a little later than usual, but here it finally is, Turnpoint 2010. High energy trance, just like previous years.

Turnpoint 2010 Tracklist:

1. Mark Pledger feat Melinda Gareh - Time Stands Still (Original Mix)
2. Walsh & McAuley feat Antonia Lucas - Sea Of Lights (Ben Nicky & James Kitcher Remix)
3. Vol Deeman - Fantasie (SoundLift Remix)
4. Will Holland feat Line Froyset - Things That Happen (Temple One Remix)
5. Dj Gard - Nature 2.0 (Original Mix)
6. Dash Berlin feat Emma Hewitt - Waiting (Sean Tyas remix)
7. Chapter XJ - Resurrection (Jorn van Deynhoven Remix)
8. Med vs Neil Bamford - Stolen (Original Mix)
9. Sneijder - The Phuture (Dustwave's Cut The Crap Edit)
10. SoundLift - Follow The Way (Amada remix)
11. Dj Eco - Borealis (Original Mix)
12. Rapha & Reminder - Beyond the Clouds (Daniel Kandi's 147 Club Mix)
13. Sean Tyas - Tingle (Original Mix)

http://www.mixcloud.com/Dustwave/dus...urnpoint-2010/
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Unread Apr 3rd, 2010, 09:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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downloading

turnpoint 2010....very ironic title when i compare it with the last 3 months of my life...
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'twas a very good listen, thanks

good way to start coming back to trance, listened to almost nothing new for the last 2 years...
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Nice mix, but I have to say some of the tracks are just a LITTLE outdated

Not bad overall.
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downloaded yesterday, listened to it this morning while jogging

fits perfectly with my sunny day , nice work DW, thanks !
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Nice mix, but I have to say some of the tracks are just a LITTLE outdated
So? Listen to the weekly radio shows if you want to hear the latest crap. I just play what i like. If it's a good track it's a good track, regardless of age, popularity or anything else

But yeah the set is over 3 months old so there certainly aren't any new tracks in it.
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So? Listen to the weekly radio shows if you want to hear the latest crap. I just play what i like. If it's a good track it's a good track, regardless of age, popularity or anything else

But yeah the set is over 3 months old so there certainly aren't any new tracks in it.
+1 if u listen to my trance sets ull hear brand new tracks with stuff from 2003 in the same set. play what you want
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Yep, I'm making a tracklist for my first trance mix right now and none of the stuff is newer than 2 years (but that's because I didn't listen to anything new), some are as old as 2002.

Good tracks > new tracks
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some are as old as 2002.
Oh yeah, keep it oldschool

Gotta check these out soon, also stev's thread below this one
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Well I never said I'm making a hardtrance mix...
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Sorry, but as someone who listens to techno from the early 90's, jazz from the 20's and performs music composed in the 1700's, 2002 doesn't sound old at all to me

Oh, and dusty, are ya gonna put up Train! anywhere on your site?

(turnpoint 09 was good too, second track confused me, but the whole was enjoyable)
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Dunno, maybe sometime later when i have a few more tracks. I'm working on another one...
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Sorry, but as someone who listens to techno from the early 90's, jazz from the 20's and performs music composed in the 1700's, 2002 doesn't sound old at all to me

Oh, and dusty, are ya gonna put up Train! anywhere on your site?

(turnpoint 09 was good too, second track confused me, but the whole was enjoyable)
yep but we're talking about mainstream trance here which got its sound somewhere around 98 if I'm not mistaking, so in those terms it's pretty old
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in trance terms old school is early to mid 90's. and as i understand it trance peaked in 98 or 99. trance in the early 00's (which i started off with along with some 98 stuff) was absolutely the bomb. nowadays its hit or miss
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Oh yeah, keep it oldschool

Gotta check these out soon, also stev's thread below this one
im putting a new one up very soon
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So? Listen to the weekly radio shows if you want to hear the latest crap. I just play what i like. If it's a good track it's a good track, regardless of age, popularity or anything else

But yeah the set is over 3 months old so there certainly aren't any new tracks in it.
Gotcha . I just took the opportunity to gauge to see how reactive you are in case you run into a Trance noob that only likes brand new, catchy tracks (even the ones that suck). I've been listening long enough to remember timeless classics. Play what you want, as long as it's good...
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Grabbed and listening now, another incredible mix Dusty.
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in trance terms old school is early to mid 90's. and as i understand it trance peaked in 98 or 99. trance in the early 00's (which i started off with along with some 98 stuff) was absolutely the bomb. nowadays its hit or miss
Completely agree...first few years of the 00's were the best.

Have you noticed that nowadays there's this thing a lot of producers do, where there is an awesome breakdown, and then at the end of the breakdown when the climax is SUPPOSED to start, there's this massive ANTI-climax...instead of the track bursting loose at maximum intensity there's just plain "empty" beats or some other very boring part for a while that i suppose is meant to further strengthen the intensity of the climax when it finally does happen, except in 99/100 tracks it fails miserably. It doesn't increase the tension, it completely removes it. When what should have been the climax finally starts a bit later, that is, if they don't leave it out completely, it's just not even a tenth as good as it could have been. The build-up towards the climax MATTERS, a lot! Truly, truly, truly retarded crap. Which part of "climax" do producers nowadays not understand? It's not that difficult. The solution is of course to just cut that part out, as i do every time i decide to play such a track, and tag it with something like "Dustwave's Cut The Crap Edit", like in this set.

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I just took the opportunity to gauge to see how reactive you are in case you run into a Trance noob that only likes brand new, catchy tracks (even the ones that suck).
Ahuh, suuuuuuuureeeeeee...

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Completely agree...first few years of the 00's were the best.

Have you noticed that nowadays there's this thing a lot of producers do, where there is an awesome breakdown, and then at the end of the breakdown when the climax is SUPPOSED to start, there's this massive ANTI-climax...instead of the track bursting loose at maximum intensity there's just plain "empty" beats or some other very boring part for a while that i suppose is meant to further strengthen the intensity of the climax when it finally does happen, except in 99/100 tracks it fails miserably. It doesn't increase the tension, it completely removes it. When what should have been the climax finally starts a bit later, that is, if they don't leave it out completely, it's just not even a tenth as good as it could have been. The build-up towards the climax MATTERS, a lot! Truly, truly, truly retarded crap. Which part of "climax" do producers nowadays not understand? It's not that difficult. The solution is of course to just cut that part out, as i do every time i decide to play such a track, and tag it with something like "Dustwave's Cut The Crap Edit", like in this set.
You described perfectly the main reason why I kinda lost interest in trance 2 years ago, and what you described started happening around 2006/07, at least then I started noticing it more and more. I'm not a "classic trance rules (it does), new trance sucks" whiner, but the NEW new trance trends in the past few years seem to be trying to do everything to keep you from dancing. Breakdowns are ok if not overused or too long in a track, but ffs so many tracks are literally void of the needed energy, and the "housy" sound of some many "trance" tracks is just disappointing (if not the most annoying thing ever, when a good track is ruined by faceless melody-free 135bpm drums). It's much more evolving into listening music than dance music.

need stuff like lsg - netherworld (oliver prime rmx), Lowell Halez - Move Me (Kaste rmx), I don't mind the blissy summer relax light trance tracks, but I hate it that tracks like the two abovementioned are few and far between, pretty much "lucky hits" when you find one these days

I also agree that 00-02 trance is the best. Ah the days of Nu-NRG
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WTF!!!!! I had LSG - Netherworld (Oliver Prime Remix) on repeat ALL NIGHT!!! Great minds think alike...or fools never differ

Kaste is great too, i love his Desert Eagle
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