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Nicholas Bennison’s next solo release is a 138bpm rumbling eerie trancer with one massive choral riff. Big support already from Christopher Lawrence who licensed the original for his first mix CD in four years, “Subculture” (System Recordings). Leon Bolier presents Precursor needs no introduction being responsible for a ton of massive tracks on State of Trance, Spinnin’, Armada, Blackhole etc. The remix is a deep techy late nighter with a throbbing bass pattern and cool variation on the main riff.

Christopher Lawrence: Licensed to his "Subculture" mix CD (System Recordings).
Armin Van Buuren
: State of Trance Radio Play.
Ferry Corsten
: #2 in Ferry's favorite tracks of June 2006.
Gareth Emery: "Put me down as a supporter of the Original mix."
Fred Numf: "Massive reaction on the main floor."
Niklas Harding
: "Lovely banging remix from Leon Bolier, will definitely support!"
Chris Hampshire
: Played in guest mix on PVD’s VONYC Radio station.
John O’Callaghan
: "Support on the Leon Bolier remix!"
Ian Betts
: "Great release, will be supporting!"
Chris Sterio
: "Propulsion continues it good run - solid!!!!"
Steve Birch
: "Loving the track, nice dark driving trancer."
B.E.N: "A spot on release here by Nicholas."

"Nicholas Bennison’s Propulsion label has established itself as a quality imprint for some of the best progressive music around. This release is no exception as they pull out all the stops to release “Reeva” from the legendary Chris Cowie under his X-Cabs guise. The original is a throbbing breaks track – evil basslines and hisses to the fore. On the remix tip there is a mix that is a throw back to the old Perfecto Fluro and Hook days of the mid 90s – pumping and aggressive just like back in the day. Finally we have the Bennison mix which again hits all the right buttons – perfect for those peak-time progressive moments."
- Dennis Sebayan, URB Magazine (June 2006)