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Playlist of Mark Sherry & Joey V - Chopperchunk 2.0

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    Mark Sherry & Joey V - Chopperchunk 2.0

    4:20

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    Two years back Mark Sherry had his humanity questioned. Nobody - least of all he - could have known it’d trip off his first artist album. Clicking a captcha to ‘confirm’ his ‘humanity’ was an innocuous, seemingly fleeting moment. Everything that followed that, well, markedly less so. Over the following minutes, hours, days & weeks he returned to the question with ever-increasing interest.

    “In hindsight, says the Scottish producer, it was a bit of a lightning bolt moment. It got me thinking, ‘wow, we've actually reached the point in civilisation where we have to identify ourselves as a person, not a machine, and – to of all things - a machine!’ If someone told me when I was 10, I’d have to do that, it would’ve truly blown my mind. Really, as I see it now, in this life any eventuality’s possible.”

    As an album began to crystallise around the ‘Confirm Humanity’ question, its significance appeared to take on numerous other forms, not least social, cultural & existential ones. To Mark, it moved from being a seed to a metaphor and onto a motif - eventually developing into a refrain for life in the modern world.

    Throughout its studio development, Mark sourced a litany of elements that chimed with ‘Confirm Reality’s central theme. Some overt, some nuanced and others Easter egged and for the sharpest ears only, within its fabric they make for an album which transmits both music & meaning. Through tracks like ‘The End Is The Beginning’, ‘Triquetra’, ‘Method To My Madness’ and ‘I’m Not A Robot’, Mark even poses some questions of his own.

    In this debut album quest, Mark’s been flanked by a cadre of co-producers from his Outburst Records universe and beyond. Richard Durand, David Forbes, Tempo Giusto, Vlind, Mallorca Lee and others joined him in the studio, ultimately assisting in the serving of 18 desk-fresh tracks. It also involved the remixing of legends like Tiësto and the vocal talents of Marcella Woods, Christina Novelli & others, sitting thought-provoking songs amongst its floor roasting instrumentals. Confronting the question others dare not? Judge for yourself.

    ‘Confirm Reality’ unflinchingly holds the clubbing mirror up to our 21st century times from today!

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    Mark Sherry - Im Not a Robot

    5:32

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    Two years back Mark Sherry had his humanity questioned. Nobody - least of all he - could have known it’d trip off his first artist album. Clicking a captcha to ‘confirm’ his ‘humanity’ was an innocuous, seemingly fleeting moment. Everything that followed that, well, markedly less so. Over the following minutes, hours, days & weeks he returned to the question with ever-increasing interest.

    “In hindsight, says the Scottish producer, it was a bit of a lightning bolt moment. It got me thinking, ‘wow, we've actually reached the point in civilisation where we have to identify ourselves as a person, not a machine, and – to of all things - a machine!’ If someone told me when I was 10, I’d have to do that, it would’ve truly blown my mind. Really, as I see it now, in this life any eventuality’s possible.”

    As an album began to crystallise around the ‘Confirm Humanity’ question, its significance appeared to take on numerous other forms, not least social, cultural & existential ones. To Mark, it moved from being a seed to a metaphor and onto a motif - eventually developing into a refrain for life in the modern world.

    Throughout its studio development, Mark sourced a litany of elements that chimed with ‘Confirm Reality’s central theme. Some overt, some nuanced and others Easter egged and for the sharpest ears only, within its fabric they make for an album which transmits both music & meaning. Through tracks like ‘The End Is The Beginning’, ‘Triquetra’, ‘Method To My Madness’ and ‘I’m Not A Robot’, Mark even poses some questions of his own.

    In this debut album quest, Mark’s been flanked by a cadre of co-producers from his Outburst Records universe and beyond. Richard Durand, David Forbes, Tempo Giusto, Vlind, Mallorca Lee and others joined him in the studio, ultimately assisting in the serving of 18 desk-fresh tracks. It also involved the remixing of legends like Tiësto and the vocal talents of Marcella Woods, Christina Novelli & others, sitting thought-provoking songs amongst its floor roasting instrumentals. Confronting the question others dare not? Judge for yourself.

    ‘Confirm Reality’ unflinchingly holds the clubbing mirror up to our 21st century times from today!

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    Mark Sherry & Marcella Woods - Cant Live Without Your Love

    4:42

    Get it here:

    Two years back Mark Sherry had his humanity questioned. Nobody - least of all he - could have known it’d trip off his first artist album. Clicking a captcha to ‘confirm’ his ‘humanity’ was an innocuous, seemingly fleeting moment. Everything that followed that, well, markedly less so. Over the following minutes, hours, days & weeks he returned to the question with ever-increasing interest.

    “In hindsight, says the Scottish producer, it was a bit of a lightning bolt moment. It got me thinking, ‘wow, we've actually reached the point in civilisation where we have to identify ourselves as a person, not a machine, and – to of all things - a machine!’ If someone told me when I was 10, I’d have to do that, it would’ve truly blown my mind. Really, as I see it now, in this life any eventuality’s possible.”

    As an album began to crystallise around the ‘Confirm Humanity’ question, its significance appeared to take on numerous other forms, not least social, cultural & existential ones. To Mark, it moved from being a seed to a metaphor and onto a motif - eventually developing into a refrain for life in the modern world.

    Throughout its studio development, Mark sourced a litany of elements that chimed with ‘Confirm Reality’s central theme. Some overt, some nuanced and others Easter egged and for the sharpest ears only, within its fabric they make for an album which transmits both music & meaning. Through tracks like ‘The End Is The Beginning’, ‘Triquetra’, ‘Method To My Madness’ and ‘I’m Not A Robot’, Mark even poses some questions of his own.

    In this debut album quest, Mark’s been flanked by a cadre of co-producers from his Outburst Records universe and beyond. Richard Durand, David Forbes, Tempo Giusto, Vlind, Mallorca Lee and others joined him in the studio, ultimately assisting in the serving of 18 desk-fresh tracks. It also involved the remixing of legends like Tiësto and the vocal talents of Marcella Woods, Christina Novelli & others, sitting thought-provoking songs amongst its floor roasting instrumentals. Confronting the question others dare not? Judge for yourself.

    ‘Confirm Reality’ unflinchingly holds the clubbing mirror up to our 21st century times from today!

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    Mark Sherry - Method To My Madness

    4:45

    Get it here:

    Two years back Mark Sherry had his humanity questioned. Nobody - least of all he - could have known it’d trip off his first artist album. Clicking a captcha to ‘confirm’ his ‘humanity’ was an innocuous, seemingly fleeting moment. Everything that followed that, well, markedly less so. Over the following minutes, hours, days & weeks he returned to the question with ever-increasing interest.

    “In hindsight, says the Scottish producer, it was a bit of a lightning bolt moment. It got me thinking, ‘wow, we've actually reached the point in civilisation where we have to identify ourselves as a person, not a machine, and – to of all things - a machine!’ If someone told me when I was 10, I’d have to do that, it would’ve truly blown my mind. Really, as I see it now, in this life any eventuality’s possible.”

    As an album began to crystallise around the ‘Confirm Humanity’ question, its significance appeared to take on numerous other forms, not least social, cultural & existential ones. To Mark, it moved from being a seed to a metaphor and onto a motif - eventually developing into a refrain for life in the modern world.

    Throughout its studio development, Mark sourced a litany of elements that chimed with ‘Confirm Reality’s central theme. Some overt, some nuanced and others Easter egged and for the sharpest ears only, within its fabric they make for an album which transmits both music & meaning. Through tracks like ‘The End Is The Beginning’, ‘Triquetra’, ‘Method To My Madness’ and ‘I’m Not A Robot’, Mark even poses some questions of his own.

    In this debut album quest, Mark’s been flanked by a cadre of co-producers from his Outburst Records universe and beyond. Richard Durand, David Forbes, Tempo Giusto, Vlind, Mallorca Lee and others joined him in the studio, ultimately assisting in the serving of 18 desk-fresh tracks. It also involved the remixing of legends like Tiësto and the vocal talents of Marcella Woods, Christina Novelli & others, sitting thought-provoking songs amongst its floor roasting instrumentals. Confronting the question others dare not? Judge for yourself.

    ‘Confirm Reality’ unflinchingly holds the clubbing mirror up to our 21st century times from today!

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    Ali Wilson & Matt Smallwood - Morph

    7:50

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    'Morph' is the newest production by Ali Wilson & Matt Smallwood and let us tell you, it's gigantic! When that extremely fat bass leads in the chorus, crowds will jump higher than ever before. The climax is to big people will go nuts in anticipation of the drop. When it than finally does drop, utter dance floor madness is guaranteed! Mark Sherry delivers a massive Outburst Mix on the flipside. And if it wasn't clear enough already, this is not to be missed ladies and gentleman!

    Armin van Buuren: 'Cool!'
    Sander van Doorn: 'Full support!'
    Judge Jules: 'Played on BBC Radio 1'
    Eddie Halliwell: 'Full support from me!'
    Andy Moor: 'Wicked tune!'
    Lange: 'Awesome bassline and great percussion'
    John 'O Callaghan: 'Nasty and nice - like it'
    Marcel Woods: 'Like it!'

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    Mark Sherry & Mallorca Lee - The End Is The Beginning

    5:05

    Get it here:

    Two years back Mark Sherry had his humanity questioned. Nobody - least of all he - could have known it’d trip off his first artist album. Clicking a captcha to ‘confirm’ his ‘humanity’ was an innocuous, seemingly fleeting moment. Everything that followed that, well, markedly less so. Over the following minutes, hours, days & weeks he returned to the question with ever-increasing interest.

    “In hindsight, says the Scottish producer, it was a bit of a lightning bolt moment. It got me thinking, ‘wow, we've actually reached the point in civilisation where we have to identify ourselves as a person, not a machine, and – to of all things - a machine!’ If someone told me when I was 10, I’d have to do that, it would’ve truly blown my mind. Really, as I see it now, in this life any eventuality’s possible.”

    As an album began to crystallise around the ‘Confirm Humanity’ question, its significance appeared to take on numerous other forms, not least social, cultural & existential ones. To Mark, it moved from being a seed to a metaphor and onto a motif - eventually developing into a refrain for life in the modern world.

    Throughout its studio development, Mark sourced a litany of elements that chimed with ‘Confirm Reality’s central theme. Some overt, some nuanced and others Easter egged and for the sharpest ears only, within its fabric they make for an album which transmits both music & meaning. Through tracks like ‘The End Is The Beginning’, ‘Triquetra’, ‘Method To My Madness’ and ‘I’m Not A Robot’, Mark even poses some questions of his own.

    In this debut album quest, Mark’s been flanked by a cadre of co-producers from his Outburst Records universe and beyond. Richard Durand, David Forbes, Tempo Giusto, Vlind, Mallorca Lee and others joined him in the studio, ultimately assisting in the serving of 18 desk-fresh tracks. It also involved the remixing of legends like Tiësto and the vocal talents of Marcella Woods, Christina Novelli & others, sitting thought-provoking songs amongst its floor roasting instrumentals. Confronting the question others dare not? Judge for yourself.

    ‘Confirm Reality’ unflinchingly holds the clubbing mirror up to our 21st century times from today!

    Subscribe to Black Hole Recordings TV: ‪
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    Mark Sherry Fractured

    5:15

    Mark Sherry 'Fractured (2010) (Take Me There)' (Outburst mix) (Reset)

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    Mark Sherry and Christina Novelli - Lighting Fires

    6:39

    Mark Sherry and Christina Novelli - Lighting Fires (Extended Outburst Vocal Mix)

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    Ali Wilson & Matt Smallwood Morph

    6:12

    Ali Wilson & Matt Smallwood 'Morph' (Mark Sherry's Outburst Remix] (Doorn)

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    VA Trance Pro Motion March 2015 CD1

    1:7:46

    Download - Tracklist - Purchase Info:



    Tracklist:

    01 - Artra & Holland - Hymn Of The Airplanes (Airborn Remix)



    02 - Damian Wasse - Great Falls (Original Mix)



    03 - Erni.A - Beating (Michael Elmaz Remix)



    04 - Adam Seller - Backsl@sh (Original Mix)



    05 - 2Rock & Zarex - Eternal Power (Original Mix)



    06 - Jorn Van Deynhoven - Freaks (Festival Mix)



    07 - Lee Osborne - Churel



    08 - Bjorn Akesson - Astro (Original Mix)



    09 - Erick Zen - Majestic (Logic Status Remix)



    10 - Frank Dueffel - From The Dark (Original Mix)



    11 - Denzo - Times Running Out (Rafael Osmo & Gordey Tsukanov Remix)



    12 - Mark Sherry - Vengeance (Tempo Giusto Remix)

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    HALLOWEEN MIX 2018 by CR4M

    25:36

    CR4M nos trae su mix de Halloween, presentandonos nuevos MASHUPS y CANCIONES!

    TRACKLIST:
    1) CR4M ft. ID - ID
    2) Rob Zombie Dragula(CARLYLE Resurrection)
    3) MOGUAI - ACIIID (Original Mix)
    4) Nari & Milani and Cristian Marchi - The Creeps 2016 w/ Scot Project Mark Sherry - Acid Air Raid (Scot Project Mix)
    5) Dj BL3ND - Infamous Rebellion
    6) Curbi Bougenvilla - Butterfly Effect (Rick Derra ALVN Edit)
    7) DJ Snake - Propaganda (Crankdat x Havok Roth Remix)
    8) Zomboy - Lights Out (Ghastly Remix)
    9) DJ Bl3nd - Twizted (Original Mix)
    10) KSHMR, B3nte & Badjack - The Spook Returns
    11) Fedde Le Grand vs J Balvin, Willy William - Mi Gente Got Me Runnin(CR4M MASHUP)
    12) The Chainsmokers - Side Effects (Fedde Le Grand Remix) ft. Emily Warren

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    Niko ir Libra - Vaikai Negerkit Nx

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