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Take a ride into trance history III

Rediscover this legendary classic.

There’d be no today without a yesterday, so it’s time to honour a classic trance in our new regular feature. Let’s take a ride into trance history and explore ‘Love Theme Dusk’, the tremendous classic by Mike Foyle vs. Signalrunner.

Its pounding bass has shattered the arena’s and clubs all around the globe. It’s spine-tingling piano still lingers in the minds of millions. Like a colourful sunrise on a warm summer day, Mike Foyle vs. Signalrunner’s ‘Love Theme Dusk’ rushed in, many years ago.

Hammered by the big jocks, with Armin van Buuren using it as his opening track in the summer of 2005 at nearly every gig. Only shortly after its premiere on A State of Trance, it became a favourite of the mass. And for good reason. A collaboration of UK producer Mike Foyle and Scotsman Alan Nimmo & US producer Andrew Bayer under their Signalrunners alias, it made a perfect fusion of classical and Electronic Dance Music.

It became the kick-start to Mike Foyle’s career, who later blessed us with ‘Shipwrecked’, ‘Firefly’ and ‘Pandora’.

“This track is very nostalgic for me! I remember one particular time when I was at Turnmills in London with my friends, and Armin played ‘Love Theme Dusk’ and people went absolutely wild! Loads of hands in the air and screaming and shouting, it was amazing and I was still quite new to it all, so not the kind of thing I had encountered many times before,” Mike Foyle says on the classic.

“It was one of those perfect moments in life … an extremely memorable experience for me, and one that will stick with me forever,” he added.

Have a listen toMike’s Broken Record Mix’ above.

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

My name is Miguel, and i'm a trance addict.

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