Review: Andy Blueman – Neverland (Original Mix) (Progressive Trance)

This review covers the progressive trance track Andy Blueman – Neverland (Original Mix) (Progressive Trance).

This particular track was released in 2009 on the Sea Tides E.P.

This track starts off quite decently with uplifting synths and melodies, but then when it begins to break down, the quality just shoots up to probably one of the most mind blowingly amazing blend of electronica, orchestral sounds, and world fusion sounds. It gradually builds up to some seriously cinematic stuff, then breaks back down back to a very strong trance melody.

I’m not kidding when I say my mind was blown on this one. Just about every time I listen to this track, I’m just stunned at how great this sounds. Forget finding flaws or possible criticisms, this track was, as far s I’m concerned, absolutely flawless. The emotion hits you like a freight train in this track.

Overall, this track seriously deserves the rare perfect score. I’m normally able to have an ear for finding weaknesses and able to find out what does and doesn’t work in this track, but I say forget it. This track was just way too good for that. A perfect example of amazing progressive trance music.


Update: This track is the current holder for 2009’s best track of the year!

Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85

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