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Tomic  - My Number One
Singer: Tomic
Title: My Number One
Released: 2008
Country: Sweden
Style: Progressive Trance
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 863
MP3 size: 1744 mb
FLAC size: 1659 mb
WMA size: 1333 mb

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1.1 Perpetual Movement
1.2 Cell Phone Spell
1.3 Restless
1.4 Groove
1.5 Tears Of Joy
1.6 I Call It Acid
1.7 Twister
1.8 Memories
1.9 Downer


  • Artwork By [Graphix] – Mikael Bakke
  • Mastered By – Tim Schuldt
  • Written-By, Producer – Thomas Wagner

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPITCD025 Tomic My Number One ‎(M/Stick, Album) Spiral Trax SPITCD025 Sweden 2008

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Very disappointing album, almost all tracks (if not all) are constructed the same way and they sound very similar. A mediocre mixture of progressive & psychedelic. that results on tracks that are neither progressive nor psychedelic. None of the tracks evolve, all of them appear like a longer intro and you keep waiting for the track to morph and get sophisticated, but that never happens. I've never heard Thomas Wagner work, but based on that Album I will never heard nor buy music fro this "artist". The idea of mixing progressive and psychedelic sounded great, so far I've not found any artist attempting this, except Thomas but he fails. Hope to see a real good construction of progressive psychedelic house/trance
Dissapointing.After the first releases i heard from Tomic (not added to Discogs), i expected much, much more from this one. This is empty, "progressive", but not going-anywhere-house, with that stupid psi edge. Psy-progressive that is. Totally dissapointing. It's a disgrace comparing this to old school progressive house/trance popularised by Nick Warren, John Digweed, Anthony Pappa, Kasey Taylor, Dave Seaman and others. It's not even close. And no, it's not deep, atmospheric or anything. It's empty. I wouldn't use words "trance" and "hypnotic" here, because it doesn't have that real, hypnotic quality, and it's not trancy, just repetitive and shallow, boring to death, with no real depth or drive. Fellow old schoolers stay away.
Brilliant, absolutely brilliant.Though this is Wagner's debut album, his experience is extremely apparent. Each track is highly polished with a clear train of thought that belies the intelligent production behind it. Repetition is used to devastating effect here; the recurring motifs in each song are catchy enough to hum but complex enough that they don’t sound trite or become tiring, and each track has a deeply hypnotic feel as a result. Despite coming from Spiral Trax, a psy-trance label, this album is far more reminiscent of the ‘90s style progressive house popularised by names like Nick Warren, John Digweed, Anthony Pappa, Kasey Taylor and Dave Seaman. It’s deep, it’s atmospheric, it’s danceable. Perhaps the best part of all is that every single track is nice; there are no real duds here. Standouts are track 2, “Cell Phone Spell”, and track 9, “Memories”.
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