Review: Lange Vs. Gareth Emery – Another Me, Another You (Original Mix) (Trance) Drew Wilson | October 17, 2016 This review covers the progressive trance track Lange Vs. Gareth Emery – Another Me, Another You (Original Mix). This track was released in 2006 along with the three other versions of this track. One thing that is well done was the integration of two entirely different bassline. There’s the saw-tooth like bassline towards the beginning to give the track a nice gritty sound. The other bassline, where the track introduces more progressive elements, is a sort of filtered smooth sound. The way the second bassline kicked in to indicate a totally different part of the track worked extremely well. Another great part about this track is the numerous element that were added to give some great audio atmosphere. I thought the 303 sound worked quite well for this track. The synth pads also added so much to the track. The main melody really worked well for this track. It had some nice variations and the other elements really helped boost the variations in this track. This track does have some great rhythm throughout. It lasts long enough for you to enjoy without it wearing out its welcome. The fact that each element sort of has its own rhythm, yet the whole track melds together so nicely really added to this track. What really helped take this track over the top was the brief voice sample. I thought that just added both dimension and emotion even though it was so simple and something that appears not that often in the track. It was really a nice touch. Overall, I would say this was a quite a great listen. There was plenty of elements that gave it good atmosphere, good rhythm, plenty of variations thrown in, a great melody, multiple basslines, and an interesting sample. Definitely a recommended track from me. Score 8.5/10 Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Google+.