Cosmic Gate has released Earth Mover AlbumComment
Cosmic Gate has released their all new album entitled Earth Mover on the infamous Black Hole Recordings imprint.
Cosmic Gate has released their all new album entitled Earth Mover on the infamous Black Hole Recordings imprint. The album has become an overview of the contemporary Cosmic Gate sound, packed with noticeable collaborations and euphoric trance grooves.
Earth Mover is Cosmic gate's third studio album to date and sees the group going beyond their bombastic hard trance sound, including progressive and melodic trance to the track list as well. Next to that is the addition of vocalists and producers such as Jan Johnston, whose vocals spiced up many of today's biggest trance tunes, and Wippenberg, known for his melodic and utmost kicking club classics. Other collaborations include the likes of Sir Adrian, Tiff Lacey, Roxanne Emery and Paddock, by which Earth Mover has become an album that goes far beyond the groups traditional trance and hard trance sound.
Whereas Germany these days is most known for exporting minimal, techno and electro all over the planet, the country was formerly known as one of the best sources for banging hard trance. Cosmic Gate, the most successful product of this generation, took over many clubs with classic anthems such as Fire Wire and Eploration Of Space, plus a variety of remixes in the past, but Earth Mover sees the group moving to a higher level.
1. A Mile In My Shoes – Feat. Sir Adrian
2. I Feel Wonderful (Cosmic Gates AM 2 PM Edit) – Feat. Jan Johnston
3. Element Of Life
4. Should've Known - Feat. Tiff Lacey
5. Analog Feel
6. A Day That Fades - Feat. Roxanne Emery
7. Bilingual (Break Beat Edit)
8. Guess Who? - Feat. Wippenberg
9. Race Car Driver (Paddock Club Edit)
11. Earth Mover
12. This Is The Party - Feat. Jan Johnston
13. Ultra Curve