Following on from two highly successful singles from the Debut Tilt album "Explorer" (The World Doesn't Know and Twelve) Lost Language now presents the final piece in Tilt come-back… New Day.
Here presented with a raft of new mixes. On side A) Stockholms' David West (one half of Antiloop) delivers a peak time big room progressive trancer. Fellow Scandinavian, newcomer Boomjinx completes the 1st disc with a awe-inspiringly break-beat production on Side B. One for the boxes of breaks DJs as well as the traditional Tilt audience.
Disc Two highlights 2 mixes from the Global Underground's Traffik crew. The breaks mix is deep and mooody. While the boys take on their K-Rox moniker for the 4-4 mix on the B Side. Stewart Keenan (Navigation Records head honcho) rounds off proceedings with his driving prog-tech-trance mix.
The limited edition LOST050X gives us a dutch style, moody progressive trancer from Armin and Markus Schulz favorite Perry O'Neill. The B side being backed up by Dave Gardners & Ophir Stars (Nerva, Gardner & Thomas) electro prog take on the album track "Electronic Poledancer"
Written and produced by Tilt. (p) & (c) Lost Language 2005