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A Voyage into Trance

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Artist  Paul Oakenfold
Songs  A Voyage Into Trance
Genre  Goa trance
Release date  9 May 1995
Label  Dragonfly Records
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Released  1995 (original) 4 March 2001 (re-release)
Similar  Paul Oakenfold albums, Goa trance albums, Other albums

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A Voyage into Trance is a DJ mix album by British producer and DJ Paul Oakenfold. The album was originally released in 1995 and was soon out of print, but its popularity meant it was re-released in March 2001 with an alternative surround sound mix paired with immersive visuals. Allmusic said the album included an "immaculately assembled collection of dance tracks" and rated the album four out of five stars.


a voyage into trance mixed by paul oakenfold 1995

Track listing

1. Trancemission - Genetic

2. Sly-Ed - Man with No Name

3. The Rezistor - Dynamix

4. Teleport - Man with No Name

5. Superbooster - The Infinity Project

6. Wicked Warp - Mandra Gora

7. Voyager III (Voodoo Remix) - Prana

8. New Moon- Ayahusca

9. Feeling Weird - The Infinity Project

10. Wizard - Slinky Wizard

11. Fat Buddha - Black Sun

12. LSD - Hallucinogen

Track 3 is incorrectly listed as 'Total Eclipse - Aliens'. It is actually 'Dynamix - The Rezistor'. The credits for this track have been taken from Order Odonata Vol. 1 which is the original appearance of this track. Track 10 is incorrectly listed as 'Slinky Wizard'. Both of these errors have been carried forward onto various releases of this Album in the subsequent years.


The Album was also released as a DVD with remixed 5.1 surround sound. The DVD contains a pair of 3D glasses to view the movie with. The 3D glasses are ChromaDepth which can create the illusion of 3 Dimensions through the color spectrum. The visuals are created by Yo Suzuki, Love Mushroom Studio.


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