U.K.'s bombastic club pioneers the Ministry of Sound stay on scale with their uniform dance compilations.
To coincide with the U.S. launch of www.ministryofsound.com comes the release of the three-CD Trance Nation America. Remixed by Jimmy Van M and Taylor, Trance Nation America, Vol. 1 is the answer to the new generation of club kids.
Belgian-born and Florida bred Jimmy Van M (formerly Van Malleghem) is hailed the leader of America's new trance scene. His subsonic progressive house remixes are hypnotic; his track list contains cuts from Spicelab, Atmos, Kee Mo, and Dark Palace, indicating Jimmy Van M's brilliance for attaining the ultimate longevity within a dance track. Taylor is known for his collaborations with BT and the Crystal Method and, like Jimmy Van M, he's also received endearing nods to dominate American trance. His eclectic mix includes Garbage ("Milk (Rabbit in the Moon Remix)"), BT ("Dreaming"), Novy vs. Eniac ("Pumpin' (Bluefish Remix)"), and two of his own tracks: "Anomaly (Calling Your Name)" and "Xenophobe." Ministry of Sound's commitment to music has heightened the presence of electronica. They have sold more than six million copies of their smash European collections, becoming the most superior dance compilation series in Europe.
|Get 2 U / Lenny Bertoldo||Jimmy Van M feat: Sylvane||7:51|
|Milk / Garbage||Jimmy Van M feat: Garbage||5:30|
|Body & Mind / Andreas Hermanson / Andreas Hermansson||Jimmy Van M feat: Inkfish||5:28|
|Dreaming / Paul Muggleton / Mike Paxman / Brian Transeau / Judie Tzuke||Jimmy Van M feat: BT||7:28|
|Moment of Space||Jimmy Van M feat: Odessi||6:52|
|Subtle Thrust / Greg Coyle||Jimmy Van M feat: Purple & Lunar||5:25|
|Indica||Jimmy Van M feat: Pink Bomb / Tracey Cattell||3:57|
|Anomaly (Calling Your Name) / Brian Transeau||Jimmy Van M feat: Taylor||6:57|
|Pumpin' / Eniac / Tom Novy||Jimmy Van M feat: Novy Vs. Eniac||6:49|
|Xenophone||Jimmy Van M feat: Taylor||7:37|
|Derooz / Namito||Jimmy Van M feat: Namito||10:34|