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Sophie Sugar - Call Of Tomorrow FLAC

Singer:

Sophie Sugar

Album:

Call Of Tomorrow

Genre:

Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1944 mb

MP3 album size:

1219 mb

WMA album size:

1484 mb

Other music formats:

WMA AHX AA FLAC AAC MMF WAV

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Trance

Country:

Netherlands

Date of release:

2005

Sophie Sugar - Call Of Tomorrow FLAC


Sophie Sugar - Call Of Tomorrow FLAC

Tracklist

Call Of Tomorrow (Original Mix) 7:51
Call Of Tomorrow (John O'Callaghan Remix) 7:30

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GALSO 012 Sophie Sugar Call Of Tomorrow ‎(12") Galactive GALSO 012 Netherlands 2005
GALSO 012 Sophie Sugar Call Of Tomorrow ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320) Galactive GALSO 012 Netherlands 2005



Fountain_tenderness
1. John O'Callaghan Mix : it remix is no bad , is natural and flow , is more relax , is trance conventional , how much of men producers. 2. Original mix : is other level of trance , is absolutelly more unheard-of , is more awesome than o callaghan remix. The original started how any trance , but in midle in the uplifting part it track make over destructives explodes , and terrorific brutality sounds ,fantastic waves and celestial sound! 3. For popularity , the most popular is version of O callaghan because is trance conventional how much and easy for can get, But the original is rare can get , the original mix is one masterpiece rare and hard of can get.
Gldasiy
Original Mix: This is quite a mediocre trancer from start to finish. Here we have nothing so outstanding, but on the other hand, nothing so bad either. Soundworld opens nicely after few minutes and the rising part is pretty nice. The drum machine is bit too round for my tastes, affecting to the drive in a bad way. John O'Callaghan Remix: Our second is much more flowing and fresh track due to its powerful beat and hihats' that have become the trademark of John O' Callaghan. Now we have more speed and somehow clearer soundscape. This version has somehow deeper feeling to it, than in the original. One of the best remixes from O'Callaghan. Summary: I would certainly go for O'Callaghan's remix, because it's much more alive and forwarding. Original is just quite a bland piece of trance, that fails to impress enough.

Review Sophie Sugar - Call Of Tomorrow


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