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In Open Space

by Delorix

If you liked \'Nexus\' then this follow-up track will flush your dusty ears. Uplifting trance at its best straight from the UK.
Genre: Electronic: Trance
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1. In Open Space (Spectre Remix)
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2. In Open Space (Airhead Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Florian Bruch\'s first appearance in public was when he released his very first track \'Nexus\' on 12\" whitelabel on TNT Productions, a sublabel of Tonkin\' Records in 2002.

It was such a great success that it rapidly was licensed to the Gatecrasher \'Digital Trance\' compilation and lateron on Moonshine \'Love 2 Trance\' compilation!

Now, Florian has set up his own label called fastrewind Records and releases his tracks on his own.

Releases:

#FRR001: \'Nexus (The Remixes)\'
-------> Remixes by Spectre (Jon Hibbitt/Chris Rouse) and Airhead (Dom Harding).

#FRR002: \'In Open Space\'
-------> Remixes by Spectre (Jon Hibbitt/Chris Rouse) and Airhead (Dom Harding).

Florian Bruch was born in Berlin (Germany) in 1982. Since the early age of 5 he took piano lessons in classical music and arrangement and started to listen to pop groups such as the Petshop Boys, OMD, Wham etc. It became clear very soon that this type of music was something that would influcence his life forever.


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