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Bruce Willis. Tom Hardy. In fact, there are only three other trance tracks on show here, the opening trilogy of 'Tales of History', 'New Romantic', and 'Symphonic Paradise'. All three feel of a kin with 'Desire', with a dramatic feel, and will appeal to anyone who is a fan of the kind of melodic, emotive trance that came from Europe in the late '90s.
Elsewhere, however, B. Ambient is the most common approach, but unlike many trance producers who tended to veer towards new age downtempo when attempting ambient, the pieces here are on the more experimental edge. The deeper the album goes, the odder it becomes.
The album closes on an eight minute minimal techno track entitled 'Exit'. Anyone hoping for a thematically consistent album won't find it here, but for those who find enjoyment in exploratory, patchwork-like records may well discover a lot to like here. The six straight-forward dance numbers may sound dated and be off-putting to some, but given how cheap the album can be picked up, I'd definitely recommend it to fans of leftfield electronica looking for something a little different.