Cyber Trance presents ELT Trance

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Cyber Trance presents ELT Trance
Remix album by Every Little Thing
Released February 27, 2002
Genre
Length 63:04
Label
Every Little Thing chronology
Every Ballad Songs
(2001)
Cyber Trance presents ELT Trance
(2002)
Many Pieces
(2003)

Cyber Trance presents ELT Trance is the first trance music remix album by Japanese duo Every Little Thing. It was released simultaneously with the house remixes compilation The Remixes III: Mix Rice Plantation on February 27, 2002, by Avex Trance. The album contains remixes of tracks from their first four studio albums from Everlasting to 4 Force.

All the remixes included in the album are edit versions. As of 2014, the original extended or alternate versions of the tracks remain unreleased, except for Airwave's "Fragile", Svenson & Gielen's "Dear My Friend" extended club versions, and DJ Balloon's "Shapes of Love" dub mix version, which were included in Avex's miscellaneous compilations.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Remixer(s) Length
1. "Future World" (Mike Koglin Remix) 3:48
2. "Someday, Someplace" (Dave 202 & Phil Green remix)
  • Dave 202
  • Phil Green
4:06
3. "Fragile" (Airwave Remix)
  • Airwave
4:36
4. "Face the Change" (Dirt Devils vs. Above & Beyond Remix)
3:38
5. "Rescue Me" (JamX & De Leon's DuMonde remix)
4:55
6. "Forever Yours" (VooDoo & Serano Remix) 3:49
7. "Time Goes By" (Darren Tate Remix) 4:51
8. "Deatta Koro no Yō ni" (出逢った頃のように) (Micro Tools known as Plastic Angel Remix)
  • Plastic Angel
4:43
9. "Pray" (Quo Vadis Remix) 4:26
10. "For the Moment" (System F Remix) 3:17
11. "Shapes of Love" (DJ Balloon Remix)
  • DJ Balloon
4:08
12. "Ai no Kakera" (愛のカケラ) (Vincent de Moor remix) 5:03
13. "Dear My Friend" (Svenson & Gielen Remix) 5:03
14. "Feel My Heart" (Moogwai Remix)) 3:49
15. "Over and Over" (Chris Coco Remix)
  • Chris Coco
4:34
Total length: 63:04

Personnel[edit]

  • Audio mastering: Hiroyuki Hosaka
  • A&R: Nobby Uno
  • Assistant Direction: Hidetomo Yoneda, Tomohiro Kinukawa
  • Coordination In Europe: Satoshi Uetake
  • Coordination: Akiko Inoue, Cooney Kotani, Naoko Miura
  • Executive Supervisor: Shinji Hayashi
  • Special Coordination: Tom Yoda
  • Supervisor: Hidemi Arasaki, Katsuro Oshita, Shig Fujita

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
Time in
chart
Japan Oricon 16 4 weeks

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Various - Space Drive Route 1 -Techno Remix Version- (CD)". Discogs. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "Various - Cyber Trance presents J-Trance (CD)". Discogs. Retrieved 3 April 2014.