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Age Of Love - The Age Of Love

Age Of Love - The Age Of Love
The Age Of Love
Trance, Techno
MP3 album size:
1201 mb
FLAC album size:
1509 mb
WMA album size:
1204 mb
Other formats:
4.2 ✪


Vocal Side
A1 The Age Of Love (Radio Version) 3:48
A2 The Age Of Love (Flying Mix) 5:55
Deep Side
B1 The Age Of Love (New Age Mix) 5:05
B2 The Age Of Love (Boeing Mix) 5:05

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Airs Publishing
  • Published By – Alpina Music
  • Produced At – Diki Studio
  • Mastered At – Foon


  • Cover [Record Cover] – Patrick Gypen
  • Keyboards – Sanchioni Bruno*
  • Lyrics By – Cherchia Giuseppe*
  • Producer – Roger Samyn*
  • Written-By – Bruno Sanchioni, Giuseppe Cherchia*


Publishers: AIRS/Alpina Music
Record cover •••• Patrick Gypen voor Image Building

Made in C.E.E.
Produced by Roger Samijn at the DIKI Studio
Publ: AIRS/Alpina

[Incidental info:]
All mixes listed on back cover differ from those of the center labels.
Mastered at Foon Mastering, Lier, Belgium.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SABAM TM
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): DIKI 471212-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): DIKI 471212-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): DIKI 471212 - Aı
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): DIKI 471212 - Bı FOON MASTERING

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
571 632-2 Age Of Love The Age Of Love ‎(CD, Single, Car) Airplay Records 571 632-2 France 1997
RAD 75, HAL 12347 The Age Of Love* The Age Of Love ‎(12") Radikal Records, Hot Productions RAD 75, HAL 12347 US 1992
S.O.B. 137 Age Of Love The Age Of Love ‎(12") S.O.B. (Sound Of The Bomb) S.O.B. 137 Italy 1992
tf 6500020 Age Of Love The Age Of Love (Remixes) ‎(12") TF Productions tf 6500020 Netherlands 1997
CD REACT 100, CDREACT100 Age Of Love The Age Of Love (The Remixes) ‎(CD, Single, CD1) React, React CD REACT 100, CDREACT100 UK & Ireland 1997

  • skriper
pure from above , hypnotic , ecstasy - classic tune
  • Manarius
... don´t forget - there are italians responsible for this trance gem. They knew since decades, how to made a new sound, based on the older one.ITALO BOOGIE > ITALO ELECTRO > ITALO DISCO > ITALO DANCE > ITALO TRANCE?
  • Nuliax
Just wanted to alert everyone to the fact that TONY DE VIT (1998) remix of the utterly essential classic AGE OF LOVE appears on an "unofficial" white-label release as [various artists] "HOUSE OF FUN" 4-song 12-inch found here:https://www.discogs.com/Various-House-Of-Fun/release/899653Warning: the track of interest [A1] appears to have been mastered at a higher speed; read my comments/review on that page for more... Happy digging, fanatics!!
  • Tholmeena
This is one of those tunes that is so good and so important that most people can remember where they were and what they were doing the first time they heard it.i was in my first year of secondary school and I went back to school on the Monday trying to explain this tune and nobody gave a shit haha!To be fair,most of them still wouldn't give a shit,but for me it was a moment when I was able to say to myself 'my life will never be the same' and I was right.it was almost like that 'first hit' that you spend the rest of your life trying to recreate.some things will come close but none will quite measure up.
  • ᴜɴɪᴄᴏʀɴ
One of the fist Electronic Tracks I ever heard at a "Rave" / Club. At the time it was an epic experience and I learned that life is indeed a beat, and I moved my body all night long...
  • artman
Did you know that Former Dutch supermodel Karen Mulder provided the voice for the repeated vocal "Come on.. Dance with me, Move your Body you're life's a beat" back in 1990.
  • Painwind
I always thought it was "Come on.. Dance with me, Move your Body, Mobilise your feet.
  • Samugor
how certain are you about the year? remember seeing on Diki website when it was working that Age of love - age of love was on bootleg in 1989. could be instrumental version for all I know as I never heard the bootleg version.
  • JoJogar
I've always thought the voice sounded hot as
  • Bloodfire
"Come on...Dance with me...Move your body..." Simple and so true.
  • Golden freddi
Come on, dance with me, move your body, your life's a beat ...
  • Silver Globol
Completely mad of this sound. The music video was very nice, too. A great artist, for great listeners. A must have!
  • LoboThommy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozlB7NKoS54Can anyone tell me who made this remix? I've been power-searching the internet for hours on end without getting any answers. Is it indeed an unofficial Sven Väth remix? Is it possible to somehow acquire this version in full quality?
  • Halloween
Awesome answer, thanks a lot!
  • Winotterin
Had a listen to it and searched some and came to the conclusion that it's a bootleg mix that also uses parts of other songs, Emmanuel Top - Acid Phase among others. The mix is mostly known as "Trance 2000 Remix". Don't know who made it though (but it's highly unlikely that it's Sven).
  • Narim
P.S. I've looked through all the comments on youtube and tried contacting the poster with no result.
  • Coiril
trance avant la lettre a true classic even the remix done by Jam&Spoon is amazing still a floorkiller on the dancefloors but for me it is still the boing mix that gives me goosebumps.Even in the radio version there is a guy rapping on the song.
  • Tehn
My acquaintance with this epoch-making track started with a remix of Baby Doc. Just want to point out a beautiful remix by Brainbug.
  • Kulabandis
this is a very good example for the genre that is a hybrid of chicago house, ambient, industrial and detroit techno. trance is my number one electronic music ever.
  • Bynelad
Ah I finally got my hands on the original version. I suppose everyone knows this track as it was remixed to death but very few people actually know the original. What most people call the "original version" is actually the Jam& Spoon Remix done 2 years later. Anyway, for newbies to the scene a little history: Age of Love is a project by Bruno Sanchioni and few know that his is actually from Belgium (little note for Belgians: out of Mouscron of all places lol). He was behind some good New Beat projects, notably Dr Phibes and decided around the 90s to create a new sound which was later to become trance. So when people talk to you about the missing link between New Beat and trance, THIS record is probably the one to mention (ok, I'm not saying Sanchioni was the ONLY person behind what was to become the trance sound, but he was definately one of the pioneers). So how does it sound? Well, the same elements that were remixed afterwards are still there but aranged pretty differently and the overall feeling is much closer to New Beat (which I gues is understandable). The Radio Version has some... RAPPING (yes, you heard me right), so be sure to start with the B-side which has a more underground feeling to it. The Boeing mix is the one closest to the Jam&Spoon remix. A definate must-have for all trance collectors!
  • Kinashand
New Beat was a sound created in Belgium in the late 80's. The story goes that it was created by accident when a DJ played an EBM record by A Split-Second called "Flesh" at the wrong speed (33rpm instead of 45rpm). The crowd loved the slow, aggressive nature of the rhythm and it all went from there.New Beat was typified by a bpm of around 100-120, with a heavily sample-based sound. It lasted up to around 1990 when producers started making faster (techno) tracks that kept the aggression but ditched the cheesy samples.If you want some good examples of New Beat to listen to, go on Youtube and check out Rhythm Device - Acid Rock, Liaisons D - Heart Beat and Agaric - I Am Gonna Beat Dis.
  • Tolrajas
I really need to hear this! The famous Jam & Spoon remix is one of my favourite and most influential tracks of my life. But I have to hear the original version! Where did you find a copy? By the way, what was "new beat" anyway!?
  • greatest
This is a true masterpiece. Alongside with Force legato's "Force Legato" on ZYX, it can be considered as the first techno-trance record ever, before the genre became , first , a genre, second, a shame. It was composed by Bruno Sanchioni, the man behind Diki 's best releases like Plexus, Dr. Phibes or the legendary Bazz. He released great records from the french/belgian border city of Mouscron, first helping New beat to become Hard beat in the late 80', and, with this one, opening the door to a whole new genre. At the end of the 90', he enjoyed another worldwide success with his friend Emmanuel Top as B.B.E.Note that this track was remixed in 1992 by Jam & Spoon (at React label request), and that the remix enjoyed an even bigger success. But this one was the real blast, the trendsetting gem.And By the way, vocals are from Giuseppe Chierchia, aka Pino D'Angio, the Italian artist of "Ma Quale idea" fame, in 1980.