Infinitive Classics | PART 1 | A State of Trance

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With the imprint already being in existence since 2001, I thought it was time to do a proper look back on what was what, several years ago. Before you lays a 1,5 hour trip down memory lane, with releases spanning 2005, 2006 and 2007. It was a proper time for trance, with probably the biggest ambassador at the helm of it all. Thanks to Armin van Buuren, I’ve been in a state of trance for over a decade now!


  1. Black PearL – Bounty Island (DJ Shah’s San Antonio Harbour Mix)
  2. Envio – For You (The Blizzard Remix)
  3. Absolute – Absolute-ly
  4. Carl B pres. Khensu – Chasing Leaves
  5. Robert Nickson feat. Elsa Hill – Never Again (Nitrous Oxide Remix)
  6. Hiroyuki Oda – Transmigration
  7. Mannix vs. Kaymak – World Gone Mad (Dan Stone Remix)
  8. Sophie Sugar – Sense Of Connection
  9. Under Sun vs. Signum – Captured (Sebastian Brandt Remix)
  10. Signum – Harmonic
  11. Lost Witness vs. Sassot – Whatever (Aly & Fila Remix)
  12. John O’Callaghan pres. Mannix – Dream On
  13. Vengeance – Dimensions (Denga & Manus Mix)
  14. Sebastian Brandt – Technology (Daniel Kandi’s Darker Remix)
  15. Bissen pres. The Crossover – Exhale (Sean Tyas Remix)
  16. Sean Tyas pres. Logistic – One More Night Out

Of course, all rights of the music are with Armada Music and A State Of Trance. I hold no rights over these tracks whatsoever. This is purely created for the love for the music.


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