Seven Ways

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Seven Ways
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Studio album by Paul van Dyk
Released November 25, 1996 (1996-11-25)
Genre Trance, chill-out, house, techno, dance, electro
Label MFS (Germany)
Deviant (UK)
Mute (U.S.)
Producer Paul van Dyk
Jens Wojnar
Johnny Klimek
Paul van Dyk chronology
45 RPM
(1994)45 RPM1994
Seven Ways
(1996)
Out There and Back
(2000)Out There and Back2000
Singles from Seven Ways
  1. "Beautiful Place"
    Released: 1996
  2. "Forbidden Fruit"
    Released: 1997
  3. "Words"
    Released: 1997
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]
Spin 7/10[2]

Seven Ways is a trance album by Paul van Dyk released on MFS in 1996 and later on Deviant Records and Mute Records. It is Paul van Dyk's second studio album. Several editions include a bonus disc featuring remixes of tracks from the main disc, as well as bonus tracks.

The album was voted #1 by the readers of DJ Magazine.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1
No. Title Length
1. "Home" (vocals: Natascha van Dyk-Seidel) 6:52
2. "Seven Ways" 6:24
3. "Heaven" (vocals: Natascha van Dyk-Seidel) 5:29
4. "I Like It" (vocals: Natascha van Dyk-Seidel) 5:42
5. "Come (And Get It)" 6:20
6. "Forbidden Fruit" 6:58
7. "Beautiful Place" (vocals: Natascha van Dyk-Seidel) 7:01
8. "People" 4:22
9. "The Greatness of Britain" 8:38
10. "I Can't Feel It" 8:00
11. "Words" (vocals: Roland Ateundred) 9:39

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/album/seven-ways-r327430
  2. ^ Spin (1/99, p.113) - 7 (out of 10) - "...SEVEN WAYS is segued like a continuous DJ set, yet its bonus remix disc has the eclectic edge, particularly on a collaboration with kindred American soul BT....Take a bite and savor the flavor."

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