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Paul van Dyk - Return Of God! FLAC

Paul van Dyk - Return Of God! FLAC Performer: Paul van Dyk
Album: Return Of God!
Country: UK
Released: Aug 2003
Style: Trance
Label: Mixmag
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: MM 043
Size FLAC: 2393 mb.
Size MP3: 2675 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 989
Record Source: CD, Mixed, Compilation


1WellenrauschOn The Run (M.O.R.P.H. vs. Van Eyden Experience)
Remix – M.O.R.P.H. vs. Van Eyden, RudeeWritten-By, Producer – Alexander Perls, Mladen Katicic, Torsten Fassbender
2FioccoAfflitto 2003
Written-By, Producer – Jan Vervloet
Written-By, Producer – A Ribeca, G Ottaviani
4CultivateBroken Pieces (Dale Askew's Liberation Mix)
Keyboards [Additional] – Henry GreenwoodRemix – Dale AskewWritten-By, Producer – Adam H
5SubsundaySo Good (Dirtside Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Axel Vidts, Regi Penxten
6Ronski SpeedIris
Written-By, Producer – Ronski Speed, Rough Mullar
7MeshPurple Haze
Written-By, Producer – Jack Molenschot
8Malte & Marc de ClarqNo More Rain (Shane 54 Refill)
Producer – Markus SiewertProgrammed By [Reprogrammed], Engineer – Elod CsaszarRemix, Producer [Additional] – Shane 54Written-By – Malte Heimann, Markus Siewert
9Magenta Twisted Spirit
Written-By, Producer – Chris Jennings, Les Hemstock, Matt Hardwick
10Mal BlackFunk System
Written-By, Producer – D Lievenze, Mal Black
11Starchaser Feat. Steve EdwardsFalling Star (Dub Mix PVD Edit)
Arranged By, Mixed By – Danny JC, Fausto, SpeedcityComposed By [Conceived By] – Danny JCExecutive Producer – Daniele Cannizzaro, Fausto Fanizza, Thomas SchwartzProducer – The Clubbers ProductionsRemix – Paul van DykVocals – Steve EdwardsWritten-By – Daniele Cannizzaro, Fausto Fanizza, Steve Edwards, Thomas Schwartz
Written-By, Producer, Engineer – Lewis Hopkin
13David ForbesAnswers
Written-By, Producer – David Forbes, Mallorca Lee


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XMAG 64Paul van Dyk Legendary DJ In The Hottest Mix! ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo)XMAGXMAG 64Czech Republic2003


  • DJ MixPaul van Dyk


Free with the August 2003 issue of Mixmag.

Track 2 is not "Starchaser Feat. Steve Edwards - Falling Star (The Awakening Mix)", but rather "Starchaser Feat. Steve Edwards - Falling Star (Dub Mix PVD Edit)"

Tracks 3, 5, 6: Listed without mix titles. They were identified by the submitter based on his record collection and clips from online record stores.
Track 7: Incorrectly listed as Twisted Soul.


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  • Matrix / Runout (mirrored): MM 043 01 DISCTRONICS
  • Mastering SID Code (mirrored): IFPI L503
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8730


  • Manufactured By – Disctronics Group, United Kingdom


Simply the best trance compilation I have ever heard, should be selling for £50 plus!I have a lot of trance comps ranging from very poor to very good but none having that it factor or wow factor.But this PVD Mixmag cd has it all.I play it at least once a month if not 2 or 3 times a week.It makes me feel good, it uplifts my mood and energy levels.It's amazing that this cd was free with Mixmag...just buy it today or regret forever.Favourite track is # 5 Wellenrausch "On the Run" the only vocal (female) track on the cd.All tracks are excellent, no filler, no rubbish and I like the final track unlike the other reviewer.This cd is perfection.13 Euphoric Stormers as the cover says or Trance Perfection as I say.Paul Van Dyk possibly could be god !! ????
I agree, have you heard James Holden Balance, disc 1? Return of god is the high energy sound done perfect. Balance is a bit slower, more ambient and darker. From a similar time and of a similar quality.
Wow! Mixmag have released a few decent trance mixes in recent years including Above & Beyond and Armin van Buuren, but this has to be the best. Packed with absolutely blinding tunes, this is a great find for any real trance enthusiast. Every track oozes quality, and most of them are either exclusive to this CD or very hard to find in the UK. The first 2 tracks are very cool, with a chilled funky-house vibe to gently ease you into things. Then at track 3 (Dale Askew's incedible electro-trance remix of "Broken Pieces") the pace really takes off and we're away! The very next track, "Funk System", will have you shakin' your booty all over the place with its wicked repeted vocal sample and crazy rhythm! Next we have a few fairly decent trance works (tracks 5,6,7) and then it's straight into FOUR peak-time scorchers with the massive "Afflito 2003", "Iris", "Connective", and finally "Answers" -Forbe's follow-up to "Questions". PvD delivers a brilliant mix into "Purple Haze" which will have you reaching for your bedroom ceiling (or stretching your arm out of the car window) with its uplifting and feel-good melody :) But it's all over too soon - after just halfway through "Purple Rain" (it's the shortest track on the CD) we head into the oddly-placed "No More Rain". The sound is quite piercing in comparison to the rest of the mix and I dont think it makes a very good final track - perhaps Paul needed to add it into the mix as it was Vandit's next release!? Seriously, I found it hard to listen to this track!! Overall, an excellent CD. A great blend of soft, melodic and harder trance (but skip through the last track) and don't forget to check out Paul's goodbye at the end of the CD - hilarious! "Zey ask me to zey somefing at ze end of ze CD. I dun't vant to say somefing at ze end of ze CD...!"