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1Extremely Good7:33
2Dirty Beach7:40
3Back To The Future (FREq Rmx)
Remix – Aran Gallagher, FREq
6:34
4Who's Going6:49
5A Breath7:42
6Dance For Peace7:27
7Open Air7:57
8Kim Sam8:43
9Explorer (Rmx)7:48

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  • CoverHae-the-delic
  • Mastered ByGero Bode
  • Painting [Cover Painting]Mae & Moa
  • Written-By, ProducerPhilippe Sancier

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Listen free to Sensifeel Vision Of Life A Breath, Extremely Good and more. 9 tracks 68:50. Philippe Sancier aka Sensifeel, based in Paris has been active in the trance scene since 1993. He started is Dj career under the name YesI Also names used Philippe, Felipe During this first period, he performed with the Jijon family Party organisation: 1993-1995, TT3M Festival organisation: 2000-2001, Hilight tribe Band dj: 1997-, les Elfes artists collectifs 1999-2001, Electric circus 1999-2005. Next Vision - Sensifeel. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Next Vision. Исполнитель: Sensifeel. 2018 trance. Listen to Sensifeel Radio featuring songs from Vision of Life free online. Слушать бесплатное интернет-радио, спорт, музыку, новости, разговорное и подкасты. События в прямом эфире, трансляции игр NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, университетских команд и матчи Премьер-лиги. CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ESPN, BBC, NPR. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM 0, with tempos within the 136-136BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing. Tracklist Vision of Life. We are the largest database of beats per minutes in the world. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs. Top Songs. Sensifeel is 26 years old Philippe Sancier from Paris, France. He started playing electronic music in 1998, and his first live act was in the much acclaimed Earth Dance festival in Cologne 2001. Since then He has been active in the French and Internati. The music in the album moves around between the different genres of progressive music from slower clubier tunes to pumping groovy tunes, all with the special care and Sensi- Feeling of Philippe. Write Your Own Review. You're reviewing: Vision Of Life. Summary of Your Review. Submit Review. Sensifeel, Plaisir. Activist from the Trance scene since its debut, Sensifeel has risen to the status of iconic figure of the French scene. My Soul is the new full length album by Sensifeel. After 2 years in studio, searching new and fresh inspiration he has improve his knowledge, exploring many dimension of Psy-trance music, composing this great set of powerful and groovy tracks. This selection of 12 exclusive new tracks by. We know it is hard time for life, art and culture. You want to support my work , please use . Eyes Of Truth 2007, Album. Vision Of Life 2004, Album. As We Are single 2010, SingleEP. Dreamings 2011, Album. Crazy Cats 2014, SingleEP. Bla Bla 2014, SingleEP. Color Of Life 2015, SingleEP. World Of Fantasy 2012, SingleEP. Fusion 2011, SingleEP. Wak Wak 2014, SingleEP. Sensifeel - Vision Of Life 2004-12-06 Domo Records. On this page you can download song Down Low - Vision Of Life album mix in mp3 and listen online. Down Low. Discoteque Euro-Rap. Vision of Life. Release group by Sensifeel. Release group information. Artist: Sensifeel. Type: Album

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Artista: Sensifeel

Título: Vision Of Life

País: Israel

Fecha de publicación: 06 Dec 2004

Etiqueta: Domo Records

Estilo: Psy-Trance, Progressive Trance

Catálogo: DOMOCD 005

Género: Electrónica

Tamaño MP3: 2077 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 1130 mb

Clasificación: 4.5 / 5

Votos: 029

Fuente de los registros: CD, Album

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Watikalate
Progressive croissant…

Vision of Life is the debut album by 26 year old French proggy producer Philippe Sancier, and to be brutally honest, my knowledge about his stuff was limited to that one track of the Widescreen compilation released on Plusquam last year… But that was a pretty good track… When this album was first announce it was scheduled to contain both a Yumade rmx of a Sensifeel track & a Sensifeel rmx of a Hilight Tribe track, but for undisclosed reasons neither are included on the album… However my eye immediately stumbled upon the magic word ‘FREq Remix’ on the tracklisting - So here’s hoping for some smooth progressive trance…

Let me take you thru the tracks…

#01: A Breath
Oriental atmosphere in the intro… Static hisses and slowly evolving percussion combined with a deep, digital bassline… The chanting is a good touch and steadily the bass level deepens and this turns into a rich, smooth progressive track… Not bad at all!

#02: Extremely Good
‘Tall puppy syndrome’ is unbeknownst to Sensifeel, but sure, why not toot one’s own horn… ;o) Though I wouldn’t go as far as calling this extremely good – but it’s definitely not bad… It’s groovy progressive trance with tight percussion including bongos, nifty little synth-lines and a steady pace carried by the deep bassline… Nice track!

#03: Back to the Future (FREq Remix)
The original version of this track was releases on the Domo compilation The Swiss Connection earlier this year… I haven’t heard the original though, so I cannot compare it to this FREq remix… Ahhh… FREq! ;o) Aran Gallagher’s debut album Strange Attractors released on Iboga was one of the best progressive albums of 2004… So as always when it’s FREq my expectations are high… And yes, I’m happy to report that FREq delivers once again… I dunno how the hell he does it, but somehow he manages to totally soak this track in big, phat grooviness… Another rich, driving, trademark FREq progressive stomper … Excellent!

#04: Dirty Beach
This on the other hand is a very aptly named track… On one hand its progressive trance with crude, unpolished beats – and on the other it’s smooth beach house trance… Unfortunately it suffers a little from stand-still syndrome for the first part of the track… Second half is better and the strings really lift it… Ok track!

#05: Dance for Peace
Forget about your inhibitions and dance for peace! This is one of the fastest tracks here… Jumping for joy, this is a very well-polished track – and sadly a little too well-polished… I could’ve used some edge here – something to erect this from the vast, endless pool of mainstream progressive house…

#06: Who’s Going?
Now this is more like it! Interesting intro with cool voice samples – sounds like a conversation between someone… After that a very interesting beat and pretty smooth groove… Metallic sounds, melodic pads and nice twisted bleeps & blops… Much better now Philippe! Parts of this remind me of the Atmos album 2nd Brigade ~ though this is different altogether… This track is kinda mysterious, yet funky… I like that! Nicey nice!

#07: Open Air
And now we dig deeper… The phat proggy bassline is introduced immediately, creating the foundation for one hell of a funky track… Ahh, what depth…Great use of strings and other downtempo elements alongside the funny voice samples… Overall, at nice little track!

#08: Explorer (Rmx)
The cover doesn’t go into details about this remix, so I can’t really tell you about who did what – so I’m guessing it’s just Sensifeel remixing Sensifeel… What I can tell you though, is that this is blechdrummel-like progressive trance…Great use of filters and some pretty twisted FX… Groove-a-licious!

#09: Kim Sam
Last track is Kim Sam which is a downtempo, experimental tune… The acoustic piano is really effective – it could easily be the soundtrack to a sad scene in a movie… Also the percussion work here is impressive – very well constructed… Overall, this is damn nice tune… Great way to finish the album!

Besides the FREq-remix the second half of this album is really where the gems are hidden… From a general viewpoint, this album isn’t bad at all – there are at least a handful of very nice tracks, but unfortunately there are also a couple of mediocre tracks… But at least the less-good tracks are easily outnumbered by the good tracks…

Progressive trance with housey elements have had an amazing year in 2004, and my appetite is virtually endless when it comes to smooth, funky, groovy tunes – and we’re treated to more than a few of those on this album… It doesn’t reach FREq, Kooler or Son Kite heights, but there are definitely parts that would mix well with those… Seen in that light, this would be a handy DJ-tool…

I’d also like to accentuate the cover artwork, which I didn’t really like at first glance… It looked way to cliché and the colours were tacky – but it has actually grown on me (first time a cover has done that I think…) After I studied it more closely, I’ve come to like it. Great paintings by Mae & Moe… Anyway, I encourage fans of groovy progressive trance to sample this album… Out 6 December 2004. Enjoy!

Favourites: 3(!!), 6, 7, 8, 9
Watikalate
Progressive croissant…

Vision of Life is the debut album by 26 year old French proggy producer Philippe Sancier, and to be brutally honest, my knowledge about his stuff was limited to that one track of the Widescreen compilation released on Plusquam last year… But that was a pretty good track… When this album was first announce it was scheduled to contain both a Yumade rmx of a Sensifeel track & a Sensifeel rmx of a Hilight Tribe track, but for undisclosed reasons neither are included on the album… However my eye immediately stumbled upon the magic word ‘FREq Remix’ on the tracklisting - So here’s hoping for some smooth progressive trance…

Let me take you thru the tracks…

#01: A Breath
Oriental atmosphere in the intro… Static hisses and slowly evolving percussion combined with a deep, digital bassline… The chanting is a good touch and steadily the bass level deepens and this turns into a rich, smooth progressive track… Not bad at all!

#02: Extremely Good
‘Tall puppy syndrome’ is unbeknownst to Sensifeel, but sure, why not toot one’s own horn… ;o) Though I wouldn’t go as far as calling this extremely good – but it’s definitely not bad… It’s groovy progressive trance with tight percussion including bongos, nifty little synth-lines and a steady pace carried by the deep bassline… Nice track!

#03: Back to the Future (FREq Remix)
The original version of this track was releases on the Domo compilation The Swiss Connection earlier this year… I haven’t heard the original though, so I cannot compare it to this FREq remix… Ahhh… FREq! ;o) Aran Gallagher’s debut album Strange Attractors released on Iboga was one of the best progressive albums of 2004… So as always when it’s FREq my expectations are high… And yes, I’m happy to report that FREq delivers once again… I dunno how the hell he does it, but somehow he manages to totally soak this track in big, phat grooviness… Another rich, driving, trademark FREq progressive stomper … Excellent!

#04: Dirty Beach
This on the other hand is a very aptly named track… On one hand its progressive trance with crude, unpolished beats – and on the other it’s smooth beach house trance… Unfortunately it suffers a little from stand-still syndrome for the first part of the track… Second half is better and the strings really lift it… Ok track!

#05: Dance for Peace
Forget about your inhibitions and dance for peace! This is one of the fastest tracks here… Jumping for joy, this is a very well-polished track – and sadly a little too well-polished… I could’ve used some edge here – something to erect this from the vast, endless pool of mainstream progressive house…

#06: Who’s Going?
Now this is more like it! Interesting intro with cool voice samples – sounds like a conversation between someone… After that a very interesting beat and pretty smooth groove… Metallic sounds, melodic pads and nice twisted bleeps & blops… Much better now Philippe! Parts of this remind me of the Atmos album 2nd Brigade ~ though this is different altogether… This track is kinda mysterious, yet funky… I like that! Nicey nice!

#07: Open Air
And now we dig deeper… The phat proggy bassline is introduced immediately, creating the foundation for one hell of a funky track… Ahh, what depth…Great use of strings and other downtempo elements alongside the funny voice samples… Overall, at nice little track!

#08: Explorer (Rmx)
The cover doesn’t go into details about this remix, so I can’t really tell you about who did what – so I’m guessing it’s just Sensifeel remixing Sensifeel… What I can tell you though, is that this is blechdrummel-like progressive trance…Great use of filters and some pretty twisted FX… Groove-a-licious!

#09: Kim Sam
Last track is Kim Sam which is a downtempo, experimental tune… The acoustic piano is really effective – it could easily be the soundtrack to a sad scene in a movie… Also the percussion work here is impressive – very well constructed… Overall, this is damn nice tune… Great way to finish the album!

Besides the FREq-remix the second half of this album is really where the gems are hidden… From a general viewpoint, this album isn’t bad at all – there are at least a handful of very nice tracks, but unfortunately there are also a couple of mediocre tracks… But at least the less-good tracks are easily outnumbered by the good tracks…

Progressive trance with housey elements have had an amazing year in 2004, and my appetite is virtually endless when it comes to smooth, funky, groovy tunes – and we’re treated to more than a few of those on this album… It doesn’t reach FREq, Kooler or Son Kite heights, but there are definitely parts that would mix well with those… Seen in that light, this would be a handy DJ-tool…

I’d also like to accentuate the cover artwork, which I didn’t really like at first glance… It looked way to cliché and the colours were tacky – but it has actually grown on me (first time a cover has done that I think…) After I studied it more closely, I’ve come to like it. Great paintings by Mae & Moe… Anyway, I encourage fans of groovy progressive trance to sample this album… Out 6 December 2004. Enjoy!

Favourites: 3(!!), 6, 7, 8, 9