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Foyle and Sparx - Chords Of Life

July 27, 2009
Both from Leicester, UK, producers Mike Foyle and Rob Sparx didn't really have to travel far for a collaborative studio session. But that doesn't make the result any less inspiring. Mike Foyle, known for his piano-kissed 'Love Theme Dusk', 'Shipwrecked' and the dark progressive 'Bittersweet Nightshade' teamed up with Rob Sparx, who's relatively new to the trance scene. Together, they serve us 'Chords of Life', a sensitive, classical-minded tune, reminding of a slow-setting sun in a lazy afternoon. Suitable for warm beach parties, peaktime club moments and closing festival sets. Or just anytime, cause the more you listen, the more 'Chords of Life' grows on you.


  1. 0. Chords Of Life (Original Mix) (08:11)
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