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John O'Callaghan - The Bailout

October 24, 2011
Fighting the dwindling of beats per minute, John O'Callaghan returns to trance origins, with a hard-hitting 'The Bailout'. It's no secret that Irishman John O'Callaghan loves the higher BPM sound. It's that wild drive and energy, that make his sets of a unique kind. After the melodic 'Save This Moment', 'Ride The Wave' and 'Bring Back The Sun', the mastermind behind the Subculture label returns to the much harder side of tech-trance with 'The Bailout'.He kicks in with the hard-trance journey of 'The Bailout'. That one may build steady at first, but before you know it you're dancing to a 140 BPM rhythm, a feet-killing tempo to a mind-blowing track. This is a floor killer you won't forget about soon.

Tracks

  1. 0. The Bailout (Original Mix) (07:35)
Keplar quality