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Matt Davey - Believe In Me / Oblivion

October 15, 2012
2 years after his first release and 3 months after his debut E.P. on the A State of Trance label, Matt Davey has already become one of Armin van Buuren's favorites. Featured on Universal Religion Chapter 6 is his new track 'Believe In Me', with the tasty 'Oblivion' to go along. The story of Matt Davey has only just started, but we've already spotted a silver lining. With his 'Nemesis' E.P. still in mind, he gives us two new trancers to light our dark hours. 'Believe In Me' hall it all: the energy, the melody and the pounding bass. A heavy trancer with everything in the right place. B-side 'Oblivion' has that exact same sound, but shines out with a strong, emotional theme.


  1. 1. Believe In Me (Original Mix) (07:34)
  2. 2. Oblivion (Original Mix) (07:46)
  3. 3. Believe In Me (Radio Edit) (04:06)
  4. 4. Oblivion (Radio Edit) (03:52)
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