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Paul van Dyk – The Artist
Matthias Paul (born 1971), known professionally as Paul van Dyk is a German DJ, record producer and musician. One of the first true renowned DJs, van Dyk was the first artist to receive a Grammy Award nomination in the newly added category of Best Dance/Electronic album for his 2003 release Reflections. He was named the World’s number one DJ in both 2005 and 2006, something few DJs have ever achieved.He was the first ever DJ to be named number one by Mixmag in 2005. By 2008, he had sold over 3 million albums worldwide. A trance producer starting in the early 1990s, van Dyk quickly achieved popularity with his remix of “Love Stimulation” by Humate on the record label MFS in 1993 and with his hit single “For an Angel”.
For An Angel – The Song
‘For An Angel (PvD E-Werk Club Mix)’ is a trance track by German DJ Paul van Dyk, which served as his debut track and would become his most famous work. The song was initially released in 1994 as a track on 45 RPM on the MFS record label, which was van Dyk’s first studio album. It was later reworked and re-released in 1998 as “E-Werk Remix” on Deviant Records, a homage to the E-Werk nightclub where van Dyk used to be the resident DJ, the song held number one on the UK Dance Chart for several weeks. Since its release, the track has become one of the greatest and most influential trance tracks of all time.
The Gatecrasher Lion Logo – The Shape
Modelled into a silhouette of the Gatecrasher ‘Lion’ logo. Gatecrasher is an international clubbing brand made famous by the “Gatecrasher” (later “Crasher”) dance music events, which were held at the Republic nightclub in Sheffield, UK during the late 1990s and early 2000s. The promoters of the brand were Linus Schaxmann, Simon Raine and Simon Oates and, until 2004, Scott Bond. By August 2014, the only Gatecrasher venue remaining was located in the United Kingdom city of Birmingham. This venue was closed down permanently by the authorities on 25 November 2015.
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