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  • Release Date 2011-06-21
  • Label Echelon
  • Catalog ER089
*Ferry Corsten support!*
*Mike Koglin support!*
*Stoneface & Terminal support!*
*Mark Sherry: Espionage is awesome, best thing from Tempo Giusto in a while.*
*Jordan Suckley: MONSTER!*

Tempo Giusto's second EP in 2011, Espionage / In Need For Speed, continues the line of high energy trance heard in Unknown Dancer / Circus Maximus. The first track, Espionage, begins with a longish percussion intro presenting the central theme, a simple three-note motif. The middle part presents a cyclic lead theme in a long and intense build-up which releases into a powerful all-in second part. The bass line has its own cycle, giving the track a certain fluidity. The second track, In Need For Speed, has a similarly pulsating bass - percussion section, yet has a melodically deeper vibe. The track begins with a single melodic theme, accompanied with some vocal elements and accentuated with percussions developments. Towards the end more independent melody lines join in to form a rich polyphony of themes.

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Track list:
1. Espionage (Original Mix)
2. In Need For Speed (Original Mix)
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