No thanks, not my style
Here we go! Trance us, Vitor! Woot!
1) Fergie - Break-out (original mix) (2008.04) [Excentric Muzik]
Fergie: A once hard house and now techno DJ/producer from Larne in Northern Ireland. Decided he wanted to become a DJ at the tender age of 11 when his dad's friend intorduced him to dance music by sneaking him into a local club (The Arena in Armagh). Began DJing in local clubs at the age of 14 and by the age of 16 had moved over to England to further his DJ career, where he was intorduced to his friend and mentor, the late Tony De Vit. BBC Radio 1 gave him his own show in 2002, which he saw as his chance to move from the hard house scene into more techno-orientated beats.
This is the second track !
2) Damien J. Carter & Anthony Lee - Filterscope (Jerome Isma-Ae remix) [Jee Productions]
Jerome Isma-Ae: Jerome Isma-Ae is the owner of the label "jee-productions". Based in his native Munich, he played gigs throughout Europe, as well as in South America, Australia and New Zealand.
International gigs have included appearances in Ibiza (Privilege, Amnesia), Brussels, Warsaw, Kiev, Prague, Vienna, Salzburg, Zurich, Sarajevo, Zagreb, Hvar, Kitzbuehl, Venezuela, Sidney, Melbourne, Darwin, Auckland, all cities in Germany and many other venues. Jerome released his first 12" record on the techno cult label Delirium in 1994, and in 1995 he founded, with Marcel Krieg, the popular Housemusic Project "Future Funk" which was the first German act on Strictly Rhythm in 1996, and has been signed by many international labels, including Sony, East West, Warner Music, Hey Babe, Flavour Rec. Electrolux, Plastic City, Kosmo Music, Compose Rec...
Isma-Ae wrote his first movie soundtrack for the German film "100 Pro" in 2001. Now he is producing Progressive Tribal Tracks for Jee-Productions, which are supported by international DJ's.
^^ LOL in that cties no one is Lisbon
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