Three Drives

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Three Drives
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Background information
Origin Netherlands
Genres Progressive trance
Years active1997–present
LabelsMassive Drive Recordings, Armada Music, Blackhole recordings, Amsterdam Trance
MembersErik de Koning
Past membersTon van Empel

Three Drives, also known as Three Drives on a Vinyl, is a Dutch progressive trance duo founded by Erik de Koning and Ton van Empel. In June 2014, van Empel left the group. [1]

Contents

Career

Their best-known tracks are "Greece 2000" (originally released in 1997 by Massive Drive Recordings, with more mainstream releases on ZYX Music and Hooj Choons) and "Sunset on Ibiza".

Discography

Singles

Three Drives/Three Drives on a Vinyl
Fate Federation
Tangled Universe
Other aliases

Albums

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References

  1. 1 2 Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (25th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 558. ISBN   1-904994-10-5.