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    Quote Originally Posted by Kov View Post
    What's not available on vinyl is not worth to be played
    Normally I disparage these sorts of comments but in the case of trance most of the stuff from the 90s to the mid 2000s came out on vinyl and I've not heard much good trance since

    Trance definitely seems to have abandoned vinyl, a friend of mine works for a pretty well-regarded trance label, that I used to buy a lot of records on when I played trance, and they're pretty much all-digital now.

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    My friend has a stack of trance vinyl at his house, some Anjunabeats, High Contrast and other stuff.
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    I have a few cuts mixed in to the 15 crates I just bought.
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    Yeah there's something really nice about the little crackle as you drop the stylus onto the beginning of the first record of your set.

    I have hundreds of Trance vinyls, but nothing new. I think my collection stops around 2005, maybe a little earlier.
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    If your still looking for trance vinyl I'm looking to pass the remainder of my collection on to someone who will appreciate them

    I've posted a list of the vinyl in this thread - http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...432#post105432

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    Sorry...link was killed. list is here : http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...h-Trance-Vinyl
    Last edited by jonny_mac_99; 07-04-2012 at 03:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonny_mac_99 View Post
    If your still looking for trance vinyl I'm looking to pass the remainder of my collection on to someone who will appreciate them

    I've posted a list of the vinyl in this thread - http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...432#post105432

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    Sorry...link was killed. list is here : http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...h-Trance-Vinyl
    The reason why there is no more trance on vinyl is because as of late 2010, Armada/Astral pretty much had swallowed up all of the remaining independent trance labels or saw other independent trance labels pressing vinyl via P&D deals with Astral as a threat and cancelled their agreements. I have spoken to several label owners who have had their deals cancelled over night, the last done in late 2012. No reasons given. Armin Van Buuren is deliberately engaging in what can be considered as nothing less than anti-trust corporate monopoly behavior to ensure that Armada/Astral controls all of the Trance genre and its sub-sets.

    Think about it. Astral distributed all the major and smaller labels.
    Armada swallowed up practically every other label out there or crushed labels on Astral so as to not have to compete with itself (armin effectively owns astral now). Meanwhile, vinyl releases for techno and house pretty much go on like there is no tomorrow with at least 80 - 100 new 12" releases in the minimal/techno genres every week on Juno.

    So who killed trance? ARMIN VAN BUUREN.

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    No trance on vinyl any more? Wow!

    Why is that then do you think?

    For deep house, house, dubstep/bass & techno vinyl is central to all the new music coming out, vinyl is still a huge part of the scene/s

    * Edit - sorry just read the above post. Still, aren't there new labels keen to release trance on vinyl? Or is there simply too few vinyl trance DJs to make it worthwhile any more?
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    damn. i just looked it up on juno and there have been no (0) vinyl releases for trance in the last 8 weeks...thinking about it, i have not seen any trance djs playing tts either unless it was a throwback set. even psy-trance and goa don't really seem to see too many releases on vinyl.
    Last edited by Era 7; 09-17-2013 at 04:23 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by EarnYourKeep
    name one dj that can replicate richie's drums in a minimal techno way, this coming from a plastikman background...then again i figure trance heads would respond this way they always seek the BUILD UP AND DROP THE BASS BRO

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    While I don't think there's as much DJ demand for new trance vinyl but trance has this really obsessive, commented, non-dj fan base that would probably love to collect the 12" Singles or albums. I understand the big labels taking over and buying the smaller ones just to stay afloat but why nobody releases vinyl anymore I just don't understand. Anjunabeats and Armada stuff would sell just as well has DnB's Hospital records do. I think the newest trance record I have is Paul Van Dyk's album In Between. Looks like Armin Van Buuren's Intense got a vinyl release this year.

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    Most of the good trance vinyls are in the collections of the elitists

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