About three years ago, I "finished" my trance list. Not because it was done, but simply because I felt it was at such a size where it spoke for itself. All the classics were there, about a thousand songs in total were referenced at some point on the page-times were good.

Connoisseurs of REAL Trance Music...prepare to have your mind blown \o/ --> /o/ --> /o_

  • I'm not sure if I can call myself a connoisseur anymore...I've found way too many new good tracks lately -_-
  • this is my first post. Granted, most of these are in the uplifting, melodic, euphoric, and progressive genre... I think I have a good ear for exquisite melodies that are often very simple.
  • For the most part, I like progressive, uplifting/emotional trance that have beautiful melodies. I rarely like vocal trance (adulterated trance), but there are a few I like--mostly ones that I wish didn't have the vocals in it.

Best Trance songs of All Time (Top 100?)

  • I'm new here and won't waste a lot of words, but I'm just doing this out of boredom/experiment to see if anyone will _read this and reply to this.
  • IMPORTANT: I just did this for fun and not out of seriousness, so if your list would look totally different, please do _not take any offense! :)We all got different tastes.
  • New suggestions are always welcome (in fact I would really like to see lots and lots of new suggestions!) but there _are a FEW rules first:
  • 1. Don't suggest songs already on the list, since that won't add any new content.
  • 2.

Best of Uplifting, Melodic, Euphoria Trance

  1. Far From Reach – Filo & Peri With Mike Saint Jules ------
  2. Elation (DJ Eco Mix and Original Mix) - Alucard -------
  3. Eighty Seven Years - Shipstad and Warren --------
  4. Flicker (Juventa Remix) - Porter Robinson ------
  5. Silver sand - Blood Groove and Kikis ------
  6. Saffron - Martin Peter -----
  7. Luminous - Leap ------

the best of my dance music collection

  • hi there,
  • having compiled my collection over the last 20 years i've amassed some purely sensational dance music vinyls and cd's and with over 2500 12" and 1500 cd's to choose from to make this list.
  • not everyone will like or even heard of most of these tracks but i'm quite sure there will be a few in there to your liking.
  • the tracks are in no particular order of favouritism and i will add the remixes and labels where i can for your info.
  • this is an ever expanding list so please feel free to suggest something as i know i will miss out a load of class tracks.
  • anyhow without furher adieu her

Top trance tunes 1990 to 1992

  • Secret Desire - White Light (1990)
  • Dune - Espiral (1991)
  • Interfront - Strange (1990 version from "Invisible 1 EP")
  • Age of Love - Age of Love (1990)
  • Antico - We Need Freedom (1991)
  • Guru Josh - Infinity (1990)
  • Phantasia - Inner Light (1991)
  • Last Rythm - Last Rythm (1990)
  • DNA - La Serenissima (1990)
  • The Works of Atreus - The 6 Train (1991)
  • Atahualpa - Ultimo Imperio (Original mix) (1990)
  • Dilemma - In Spirit (1992)
  • Orbital - Belfast (1991)
  • Jam & Spoon - Stella (1992)
  • Ultraviolet - Kites (1990)
  • CKA - Bellissimo (1990)
  • And I have to let this in even though the wrong year, because

Greatest Trance song of all-time?


feel free to vote on your fav :)

Top 100 Trance Tracks of All-Time

To be honest, it's kind of arbitrary, but #1 is better than #20, which is better than #40. There is a definite gradation. Please suggest some more tracks, I don't have 100 amazing ones.

1) Café Del Mar (Three N’ One Mix) – Energy 52
2) Age of Love – Age of Love
3) Born Slippy Nuxx – Underworld
4) Children – Robert Miles
5) Nothing (’93 Returning Mix) – Holden & Thompson
6) For an Angel – Paul Van Dyk
7) Love Stimulation – Humate
8) Papua New Guinea – Future Sounds of London
9) Suburban Train – Tïesto
10) Insomnia – Faithless
11) Beachball – Nalin and Kane
12) Xpander – Sasha

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Created August 15, 2010


August 23, 2010 - additional tracks

My Top Psy-Trance Albums 2000-2010

  1. Psychedelic Trance has come a long way since it's birth, which coincided with the so-called 'death' of Goa Trance in the late '90's (although it was more of an evolution than a death).