I could have just died of esctacy right there in Shinkiba’s club Ageha on Friday when Paul Van Dyk finished up his dizzying 3 hour set with the mind blowing tunes from his magnum opus track “For An Angel”. PVD me anytime, anywhere.
Tags: ageha, for an angel, gig, Japan, paul van dyk, politics of dancing 2, pvd, shinkiba, tokyo, trance
Hmm, I haven’t listened to trance for the past few years but PVD’s For An Angel on my Trance Nation 1 CD2 still brings back good memories.
Anyway, if you’re more into the uplifting trance genre, maybe you should check out Ronski Speed. I remember he was quite good back then
Hello Roy, I’ve moved your comment up to my latest post on PVD and replied there as well. cheers. :]
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