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Vonyc Sessions 2011 Presented By Paul Van Dyk


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Artist: Paul Van Dyk
Release date: 2011
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 32
Duration: 05:30:40
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No. Title Length
1. Lie Down In Darkness (Paul van Dyk Radio Edit) (featuring Moby) 3:24
2. Nuf Z (Original Mix) (featuring Marco V.) 6:45
3. Something New (Club Mix) [feat. Jenry R] (featuring Tritonal) 7:53
4. Sunday (Paul van Dyk Remix) (featuring Hurts) 7:24
5. The Falling (Paul van Dyk Remix) (featuring Daniel Nitt) 5:35
6. Upad (Short Edit) (featuring Jochen Miller) 4:02
7. Bullfrog (Radio Edit) (featuring Ralphie B) 3:44
8. Skaramoosh (Original Club Mix) (featuring Paul Thomas) 7:02
9. Sangba (Save the Robot Remix) (featuring Rosie Romero, Kyfu) 6:49
10. Family Guy (Jon Rundell Remix) (featuring Carl Cox) 7:11
11. Big Ben (Original Mix) (featuring Save The Robot) 8:15
12. Can't Stand the Silence (Paul van Dyk Remix) (featuring Rea Garvey) 6:36
13. Endless Journey (Radio Edit) (featuring Reverse) 4:20
14. Late Night (Criss Wave Tech-nautical Mix) (featuring Adam K, Addy) 7:35
15. We Come Together (Arty Remix Edit) [feat. Sue McLaren] 5:02
16. Go On Air (Original Mix Edit) (featuring Giuseppe Ottaviani) 3:25
17. Vonyc Sessions 2011 Presented By Paul Van Dyk (Full Continuous Mix, Pt. 1) 1:18:38
18. K2 (Original Mix) (featuring Kryder) 7:04
19. Sting (Original Mix) (featuring Austin Leeds) 7:30
20. Rock This (V1 Edit) 5:20
21. Skies On Fire (Original Mix) [feat. Sarah Howells] (featuring First State) 7:12
22. Sun Gone Down (Alex M.O.R.P.H. & Chriss Ortega Remix) [feat. Shannon Hurley] (featuring Protoculture) 7:24
23. Superman (Mike Koglin Remix Edit) (featuring Mat Zo) 3:46
24. Synchronized (Protoculture Remix) (featuring The Federation) 7:40
25. Ru116 (Original Mix Edit) (featuring Cramp) 4:18
26. Hashtag (Maarten De Jong vs. Artento Divini) [Radio Edit] (featuring Artento Divini, Maarten De Jong) 3:42
27. The Theme (Original Mix) (featuring Cosmic Gate) 6:55
28. Broken Down (Shogun Remix Edit) [feat. Meredith Call] (featuring Tritonal) 3:19
29. Someone Like You (Alex M.O.R.P.H.'s Darth Morph Rework) (featuring Linnea Schössow / Linnea Schossow) 8:14
30. Invincible (Original Mix) (featuring Gary Proud) 7:39
31. Zara (Original Mix Edit) (featuring Arty) 4:56
32. Vonyc Sessions 2011 Presented By Paul Van Dyk (Full Continuous Mix, Pt. 2) 1:12:01



Whetting the appetite for his long-awaited sixth studio album, VONYC Sessions 2011 is the third installment of Grammy-winning German DJ Paul van Dyk's compilation series, featuring 30 tracks that have been in constant rotation on his weekly syndicated radio show of the same name. Unsurprisingly, the two-CD collection is chock-full of trance favorites, from Cosmic Gate's chopped-up cover version of Jurgen Vries' "The Theme" to Ralphie B.'s lush Chicane-esque "Bullfrog" to melodic vocal-led offerings from Protoculture ("Sun Goes Down") and First State ("Skies on Fire"), while the superstar DJ gets in on the act himself, with both his own material (the squelchy robotics of "Rock This," the pulsing "We Come Together") and remixes of tracks by Hurts ("Sunday"), Moby ("Lie Down in Darkness"), and Rea Garvey ("Can't Stand the Silence"). While the latter reworkings disappointingly fail to build on the originals' floor-filling promise, there are a few more inventive offerings for those who feel his progressive trance sound is starting to become slightly stale, whether it's Jon Rundell's skittering electronica retooling of Carl Cox's "Family Guy," the hypnotic buzzsaw techno of Giuseppi Ottaviani's "Go on Air," or Adam K. and Addy's "Late Night," given the authentic acid house treatment by Criss Wave's Tech-Nautical Remix. Overall, VONYC Sessions 2011 lapses into generic territory a little too often, while van Dyk's contributions are unusually flat, but there are still enough anthemic moments to explain why 52 stations across 23 countries still choose to showcase his talents. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi