just listened to it, its alright, a bit too bare for what I'd call good trance music
don't get too disheartened when you find it difficult to find good trance. A lot of producers released one or two EPs then disappeared, a lot of labels had the same fate, and the sound varied depending on country/label and year. I'd say 1996-2002 was the best years, followed by a decline which it hasn't recovered from. And even in the best years, there was A LOT of shite being pumped out by labels
That's why DJs and compilations are the easiest way to find the best tunes. They sort through the stuff, and if you find a Dj you like, you then can find other tracks you like, then the labels of said tracks etc....
also remember that during the prog phase of trance (around 1998-2002) a lot of it crossed over with prog house, so you will find a lot of tracks that could be considered both prog trance and house
(Note: those 2 tracks have been speed up a bit so it sounds better. Speaking of which, a lot of house/trance from back then was released with the expectation that it was going to sound better at ~1-2% faster, in the hands of a Dj, so a lot of tracks might sound a bit too slow in youtube but much better once speed up a bit)
also, listening to the compilations in a linear fashion (from first to last) will show you how the sound evolved. You can see it how much it evolved from say, Oakenfold Global Underground 1 to Tenaglia's GU 09.
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