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Spiritus :30 - Kirsty Hawkshaw - Ambient Vocals (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Spiritus :30 - Kirsty Hawkshaw - Ambient Vocals (CD, Album)

  1. Kirsty's elven-esque voice soars with heavenly perfection until her vocal abilities demand to be granted no less than the title of "Best Trance Vocalist of all time". What makes this song so unique in its genre is the fusion of ambient/ethereal sounds with the energy and rhythm of Trance and Progressive House. The result is musical hypnosis/5(11).
  2. Anyway, the album continues from heavy bass and alternates with more mellow songs with vocals. "in my memory" features Nicola Hitchcock of Mandalay (another great album to have). And the final femme fatale to complete the album is Kirsty Hawkshaw formerly of Opus 3 where she lends her vocals in "battleship grey" and "urban train"/5(25).
  3. Classics is a greatest hits album by Hybrid. The album contains songs from Hybrid's previous studio albums and also contains a cover of "Enjoy the Silence", originally by Depeche Mode. The album was originally due for autumn , but ended up being delayed until 30 July The album contains songs taken from Hybrid's previous albums.
  4. Jane's unaccompanied vocal version of the song was given a backing track by A Guy Called Gerald in Charts Opus III version Also in , the song was covered by English electronic music group Opus III, whose lead vocalist was Kirsty Hawkshaw. It was their debut and released as the first single from their album, Mind Fruit.
  5. Probably the greatest trance artist album ever in my opinion. The Remix CD is'nt much to shout about it has some good remixes on it but some just don't compare to the originals. The first CD is a good mix of progressive trance, Ambience and all out trance anthems.
  6. Nov 22,  · Lush is a remarkable track too. Planet of the shapes is another journey, as well as Monday and Impact. That's almost the whole album! I do think that the success that they have made off of Kirsty Hawkshaw is somewhat unfair to Kirsty Hawkshaw, who also unfairly achieved success singing a cover song/5().
  7. "NOTHING CAN REPLACE" featuring KIRSTY HAWKSHAW on vocals gets an epic remix by JOHN B that effortlessly fuses anthemic EDM with hands in the air drum & bass.
  8. DJ or Performer: Various Artists Title: Pure Energy Records, Vol. 1 () Style: Electronic, Trance, Progressive Release Date: RAR / ZIP Size: MB Tracklist: 1. Dennis Sheperd – Bring You Home (feat. Chloe Langley) [Ronski Speed Remix Edit] ().
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