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James Poulton - Anodyne

Monster Tunes on September 07, 2011 14:39

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    1. Anodyne (Original Mix)

    Cat #: MONDIG022
    Release Date: 17/10/2011
    Record Label: Monster Digital
    Format: CD / Download

    James Poulton makes his debut on Monster Digital with a firing uplifting pure trancer. Anodyne is the result of years of hard graft for James, who has been avidly following the trance scene since 1999 spending some of that time DJing on the London club scene.

    Inspired by many of the classics and clubbing experiences from the past he has put all his efforts into production in recent times and has finally made his mark with his forthcoming single. Big uplifting melodies and driving beats, this one is going to be sure winner with the big room clubs around the globe. Watch out for this guy, he has some great talent!

    Released by: Monster Digital
    Release/catalogue number: MONDIG022
    Release date: Oct 17, 2011

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    • Addliss
      Addliss on September 10, 2011 13:20

      I've been hearing this one over and over again in the last days and don't get fed up! Really really great!

    • Dj Saginet
      Dj Saginet on September 07, 2011 20:52

      uplifting pure trancer pfff beutiful!!!!!!

    • MikeW
      MikeW on September 07, 2011 17:32

      Great tune, very uplifting! :)

    • nickyo_18
    • Addliss
      Addliss on September 07, 2011 15:44

      Great production! And even though it's a rather simple harmony pattern, which has been used over and over again, the melody (as well as the rest) doesn't make it feel boring. Noted for October! :)

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