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Ibiza 06

Markus SchulzAudio CD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)

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The rise to great success with most top DJs starts with a dedication born out of an obsession for music. For Markus Schulz, his story was no exception. Originally from Germany, Markus moved to the USA aged 13 and quickly become engrossed in the break-dancing scene of the time. Although a talented mover on the floor, a chance to dominate the decks at a breaks party he helped organize became the ... Read more in Amazon's Markus Schulz Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 31, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Moist Music
  • ASIN: B000IU3Y9Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,110 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Ohmna "People Get Lost"
2. Benya "Mimas"
3. Jose Amnesia Feat. Jennifer Rene "Louder"
4. Joost Van der Vleuten "New Horizon"
5. Lens "Dusk Till Dawn" (Alex Stealthy Remix)
6. Progressia "Shelter"
7. Francis Blaid "Mystery" (Allende Remix)
8. Niklas Harding & Funabashi "Addictive"
9. Alex Monakhov "Feel Lonely"
10. Benz & MD "Turning The Curve" (Original Mix)
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Ormatie "Glassow" (Original Mix)
2. Joonas Hahmo "The Fusion" (Hawk Remix)
3. Perry O'Neil "South-West Saga"
4. Baltic Sound "Glimmer" (Micah and Joel Armstrong's Ruhnsong Remix)
5. Andy Moor vs Orkidea "YearZero"
6. Kenneth Thomas "Achems Razor"
7. Roland Klinkenberg "Whats Thwe Point"
8. Nick Thompson "Once Upon A Time"
9. Markus Schulz ft. Anita Kelsey "First Time" (Funabashi Remix)
10. Algarve "Greasepaint"
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Editorial Reviews

After a long, hot summer rocking the White Isle with his Global DJ Broadcast international radio show and gigs in Amnesia, Markus Schulz presents an aural snapshot of the season in this double CD, Ibiza 06. Essential listening for anyone who partied in the world's favourite playground, and for those who wish they were there, it's a summery slice of Balearic action in keeping with the prog-trance vibe that's been permeating the island. "It's my interpretation of this summer's progressive trance, what's done it on the island for me," says Markus. "The feeling that I get when I hear these tunes is indescribable! I love to play Amnesia, in fact it's one of my favourite clubs in the whole world - the experience when you're in that DJ booth, with that crowd - there's nothing else like it."

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A true Ibiza feel!! November 1, 2006
Format:Audio CD
For anyone who hasn't heard of Markus Schulz, you're missing out on one the top Djs in the world! You've heard his amazing contributions to albums like Armin Van Buuren's State of trance 05 and Paul Oakenfolds Creamfields, but his full length albums are really something special. If you're looking for huge cheesy trance anthems this is not the album for you, but if you are looking for the most hypnotic deep trance, look no further! Both his full length mixed ablums, Miami '05 And Ibiza '06, have a feel unlike most trance cds. The use of actual bass instead of just the thudding bass drum gives a layer deepness that you just dont feel through other artists. Also his love of producing. He will find songs that he loves and rework them specifically for his mixes to give them a unique sound and quality. If you lke Armin Van Buuren, Solarstone, Above & beyond, then i promise you, you will love this cd!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Future February 14, 2007
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Markus Schulz is truly a non-conformist. Usually, when you hear a normal progressive album, you'll hear slow, dark up-tempo and on most occasions, the same boring recycled and copied sound heard over and over similar to early-90's house records.

With this album, it's nothing like that. This album is so much fun to listen to! It's a different style of music compared to his most personal Coldharbour 2004 or Without You Near, much, much more upbeat and like I said, fun to listen to. I've listen to these records for months and months now and it's still jarring my mind to want more.

The first couple of records are what you would expect from Markus. Benya's introduction record "Mimas" exemplifies his undeniable dark style. From that, comes "Louder" from Jose Amnesia, who I think, along with guys like Elevation is a diamond in this industry. "Louder" reminds me of classic Ben Lost sets released a while back. Really unique Tokyo-inspired music. From there, great transition track from Alex Stealthy's remix of "Dusk Till Dawn" to Progresia's "The Shelter". Reminds you that even though one track is dark and moody and the other is ridiculously childish and fun to listen, they can mixed effortlessly regardless! So many records here I want to point out are so good, Nick Thompson's club-driven "Strategos", the really, really fast record "Yearzero", the masterpice Miami-Vice inspired "Addictive". The smooth Matt Adams dub remix of "Tech and Comp Parts". Holy god, so many good records in this album, easy put it.

What really impressed me about this album above all his other albums is his ability to expose pretty much the next generation of progressive-trance. I'm talking about the next gen of producers that will eventually take over this genre of trance over time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Markus Schulz- Ibiza '06 November 21, 2006
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The new mix by Markus Schulz consists of that trance sound that is perfect for summer nights, in the tradition of the past two mixes from Tiesto, especially "ISOS 5." "Ibiza '06" opens the mix with "People Get Lost" by Ohmna, which definately sets the mood of an upbeat, high energy album. The strings that open the set are amazing and addicting. When the blazing trance anthem of Jose Amnesia's "Louder" blares through the speakers early on Disc One, you know what you are getting yourself into. "Louder" is one of the best trance tracks that I have heard all year on a mix, and believe me, I have several mixes. The track is full of energy and has that typical Schulz sound that he has made popular over the years. Some of the other worthy songs on Disc One include "Addictive" by Niklas Harding & Funabashi, Benz & MD's "Turning the Curve," the hypnotic and banging "Strategos" by Nick Thompson, and "Technology & Computer Parts" by 4Mal & Matthew Adams. On to Disc Two. Disc Two isn't quite as addicting as Disc One, but certainly opens right where Disc One left off- with that summer trance sound. It opens with Ormatie's "Glassow," which is a decent upbeat and catchy trance track. Other highlights on Disc Two are YearZero" by Andy Moor and Orkidea, Kenneth Thomas' "Achmes Razor," Nick Thompson's "Once Upon a Time", and the Funabashi remix of Markus Schulz's "First Time." Overall, the mix was pretty enjoyable. Most of the mixing was good, but sort of noticable and not as tight as some other DJ's, but I can look past that and see the journey Schulz puts his listeners through. Last year's "Miami '05" by Schulz was an amazing set of tracks and mixed superbly. It also had a bit more variance across genres- blending trance with electronica and even some progressive. Read more ›
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Album December 5, 2006
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Beautiful album. Balearic, Progressive Trance that flows so harmonically. Markus's 06 album is aeons ahead of his last release. Great track selection. Songs like People get lost, addictive , feel lonely and south-west saga are all MASSIVE tracks. The both cd's are equally great, just simply fantastic. 5 stars for this man, well done.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding - Schulz is back! November 10, 2006
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This 2CD progressive trance compilation is brilliant. I have been a Markus Schulz fan for years now and, like others, was a little bit disappointed with some recent offerings. But this compilation is an outstanding return to form.

The mixing is extremely well done, and the swirling trance / hypnotic vocals really do take you to another level. There are a couple of minor mixing flaws (a tiny tiny bit obvious on the transitions) but the rest is superb. Song selection is fantastic, this song is a great party starter, or a fun way to energize your iPod at the gym.

Standout tracks on CD1 are Ohmna "People Get Lost" & Jose Amnesia Feat. Jennifer Rene "Louder" while CD2's Markus Schulz ft. Anita Kelsey "First Time" (Funabashi Remix) is even better than the original we saw last year.

If you liked the Coldharbour Sessions 2CD set from '04, this album is, in my opinion, slightly better - making this my favourite Markus Schulz release.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars A must have
One of my all time favorite mixes - This is the start of Markus really diving into the deeper side of trance (in my opinion). Read more
Published 9 months ago by inb4stupid
3.0 out of 5 stars No Flow
This disk never really gets on a roll. I end up jumping over songs. The ones I listen to are quite good.
Published on May 27, 2011 by B. Light
3.0 out of 5 stars Good album, but just doesn't quite measure up to the previous city...
Ibiza '06, the third in the city series. Unfortunately I must say that this volume comes up short of last years Miami '05. Read more
Published on July 8, 2010 by K. Bradford
Markus Schulz was my favorite dj after he released this cd. Even after his mixed album Miami 05, he came back the next year with another awesome album which is this one. Read more
Published on January 13, 2010 by Nelson Lin
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Trance Mix
This is one of the best trance mixes I've ever heard. At least half of the trance mixes I own sound the same. Not this one! Read more
Published on December 28, 2008 by mwattack77x
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Progressive Trance Album EVER
I purchased this album last summer because I was just starting to listen to Schulz's global dj broadcast sessions for the first time, and liked what i was hearing. Read more
Published on March 27, 2008 by Quik Silver
5.0 out of 5 stars Markus Makes It Happen
Markus Schulz is one of the best, but least known, Trance DJs in the world. This production by Schulz does not fail to disappoint. Read more
Published on January 14, 2008 by LivoniaTrance
3.0 out of 5 stars Not my cup of Tea.
I was hoping that this would be a great Cd for background music at my Salon. I always end up skipping through all the songs. Everything sounds the same. Read more
Published on January 7, 2008 by M. Farjami
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure Schulz
I've had this CD for almost a year now and it is still listened to regularly. Neither Miami 05 or Without You Near came close to the excellent Coldharbour Sessions, but Ibiza 06... Read more
Published on September 8, 2007 by Hillsman
5.0 out of 5 stars The best mixed album i've heard
The title says it all- after listening to this album over time, Markus Schulz (in my mind) is the best mixer of all the top dj's. Read more
Published on August 20, 2007 by Trancemaster 0454
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