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Electronic
Performer: Mars & Mystrë
Title: Faith In 2000
Style: Trance, Hard Trance
Year 2000
Country US
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 712
MP3 size: 1570 mb
FLAC size: 1180 mb
WMA size: 1402 mb
Other formats: AC3 AIFF AHX MMF VOX DTS AA

Mars & Mystrë - Faith In 2000 mp3 album


Mars & Mystrë - Faith In 2000 mp3 album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-01 DJ Tandu Velvet
1-02 Nostrum & Mars & Mystrë Eye In The Sky
Featuring – Nostrum
1-03 Watergate Heart Of Asia (DJ Quicksilver Remix)
Remix – DJ Quicksilver
1-04 Art Of Trance Madagascar (Ferry Corsten Remix)
Remix – Ferry Corsten
1-05 Mars & Mystrë Electric Blue
1-06 Mike Koglin The Silence
1-07 Dream Wave Lift Off
1-08 Captain Tinrib & Mars & Mystrë Save The Rave
Featuring – Captain Tinrib
2-01 Mark Sinclair Every Morning
2-02 Sunbeam Outside World
2-03 Mars & Mystrë & Steve Baltes Voices Of Faith
2-04 Red Rock Project Mystic Ways
2-05 Watergate Maid Of Orleans
2-06 ATB Don't Stop
2-07 U-Traxx Imagine

Credits

  • DJ Mix – Mars & Mystrë

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
F8MM01 Mars & Mystrë Faith In 2000 ‎(Cass, Mixed) Frequency 8 Records F8MM01 US 2000


Darkraven
What can I say about this album... meh, I guess...I remember when I first heard about this album coming out via the frequency-8 mailing list (if my memory serves me correctly) which was a live mailing list where people could talk with each other about the scene or mars & mystre. Everyone was excited mostly because it was the first album to be released on CD. Being that all previous mixes have been on tapes and CDs were already dominate, it was kind of big news I guess, but I was more excited to hear about an upcoming mix from Mars & Mystre, since I have collected all of their mix tapes over the past year or so. This was the first mix that I could actually look forward to getting instead of hoping to randomly find one for sale that I didn't have at Manga House here in Orange County. I remember planning on buying it the day it came out.Sure enough, my high school girlfriend ended up getting it on that day before me, so I got to listen to it before buying it... Yeah, I never bought it. In fact I didn't buy it until 10 years after it originally came out just to push my order over $100 on f8gear.com for the discount when I repurchased all their mixtapes on CDs.The truth is, this mix was different from their previous mixes... very different. This mix felt more like a "commercial fluff trance" mix than a cybertrance mix. You know how mystre usually mixed tracks with hard acid/bass lines? yeah, that's pretty much gone. Art of Trance's Madagascar & ATB's Don't Stop? really? There was a reason why I preferred and bought their mix tapes over "generic dj - trance cd album '99"... because I wanted to listen to something new, something different than 90% of the trance CDs out there. That's why I got addicted to their mixes and went any chance I could to see them live.Not to say that this album doesn't have a few good tracks on here like 'Mystic Ways' and I love their 'Save the Rave' track. But the complete feel of this album is just all wrong compared to their previous ones.I guess you can argue the path that trance was going, or the way the industry was moving, or that they were hitting the big leagues and wanted to present to a more broad audience. But it doesn't change my opinion that this album plays like every generic trance album you can/could find at record stores. This was when I stopped buying or hunting down their albums, at least until Mars released his 'sonic sunrise' and 'alienaided' albums.I will always love their mixtapes, see them live when I get a chance, and follow them online, because their mixtapes that I have, carry a special place in my heart, represent a peak moment of my life, and made me fall in love with trance to have it become my genre of choice. This album felt like an end of their 'cybertrance' at least until mars released his albums. I still hope they release a new mix that represents cybertrance much like their mixtapes did.