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Into The Night - Paul van Dyk - The Politics Of Dancing (CD)

| 07.11.2019


  • Gardara says:
    AllMusic Review by David Jeffries [+] It differs little from his previous releases, but Paul Van Dyk 's The Politics of Dancing, Vol. 2 is a satisfying argument that trance isn't dead. It's not even on life support. Van Dyk discards tracks at lightning speed on the album's first disc, a song epic journey into uplifting, atmospheric dancefloor dreaminess.
  • Momuro says:
    While inside the booklet, Van Dyk discourses on the social ramifications of dance music as youth culture (therein the title), the music has a bit more energy. Trance fans will immediately gravitate to the driving one-note basslines, unmissable breakdowns, and occasional vocal tracks from appropriately ethereal females, though The Politics of Dancing isn't at all dance-by-numbers.8/
  • Dokree says:
    The Politics of Dancing, a DJ Mix by Paul van Dyk. Released in on Ministry of Sound (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Trance.
  • Zologore says:
    The Politics Of Dancing 1 Release dingmiforsuledanjeleatasurgema.xyzinfo Tracklist Disc 1 Ashtrax - "Digital Reason" Joker Jam - "Innocence (Paul van Dyk Remix)" Private Taste - "First" Jimpy - "Feeling Good (Original Version)" Paul van Dyk - "Vega (Starecase Remix)" & Filmpalast - "I Want (Acapella)" Southern Comforter - "Another Late Thursday" iiO - "Rapture (Paul Van Dyk Remix)" Sipping Soma.
  • Kagagor says:
    Génial Paul van Dyk. TZ Comment by LANGENEGGER. still one of my favorite mixes. TZ Comment by triggr yeahhhhhhh politics of dancing 2. TZ Comment by Антон Новиков 💪👍 TZ Comment by Blazy Molds. This compilation brings tears to my eyes.
  • Danris says:
    Since , van Dyk has taken an interest in politics. His creation of The Politics of Dancing compilation was inspired by electronic dance music's universal acclaim by different people around the world. "Palestinians are dancing with Israelis.
  • Taular says:
    Jun 19,  · Paul van Dyk 'reworked' a lot of the tracks. And while this concept may look nice, reworking the tunes to make them fit together, it ended up a disaster. You must really like the typical PvD bassline and beat, because you'll hear it from the start 'till the end (especially in the second cd)/5().
  • Mot says:
    Considering his uber-DJ status, it comes as something of a surprise to learn that The Politics Of Dancing (and, presumably, feeling good) is the first-ever mixed outing from one of dance music's most reluctant figureheads. Having said in the past that he didn't think he could bring the atmosphere of a club to a compilation, it has taken the full weight of the ubiquitous Ministry to persuade the legendary /5().
  • Yozshudal says:
    The Politics of Dancing is a compilation mix album of trance music, mixed by Paul van Dyk and released by Ministry of Sound and its Australian subsidiary in October, It was van Dyk's first released mix album, and was followed by The Politics of Dancing 2 in Genre: Trance.

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