From the initial beat it takes you on a beautiful journey, classic of true trance. The husky vocals of Ray Wilson are poetic and heart felt without being too overpowering and they set it apart from the trance pop that has strangled the genre.
The two major build-ups are strong and with execution into some body moving beats, with synths to delight your ears and a smoothness that screams from heaven. Everything about this track is uplifting, from start to finish it invokes you into a state of bliss that only good trance can give.
Side A holds the Riva mix which has a deeper, dirtier house feel to it, more mellow in comparison to Side B and with a faster acid sound coming through over the top. It moves more like a roller coaster with the breakdowns and vocals being less emphasised but equally as effective. It’s sweeping melodies are something reminiscence of Chicane’s “Strong in Love” track released ‘98 and although it is not the best of the two it sure would pack a punch on a normal club night out. The intro takes a while longer to build up and there is a second clear-cut breakdown toward the end of the track, making it an impressive lead up track to the next mix.
Subtle and yet enticing with it’s many layers and soaring synthesiser, both sides hold something that every trance addict wants in their vinyl box. One to make the crowd throw their head back and lap it up!! Review By ALIESHA KING
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Armin van Buuren feat. Ray Wilson – Yet Another Day (Official Music Video)