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|Labels||Massive Drive Recordings, Armada Music, Blackhole recordings, Amsterdam Trance|
|Members||Erik de Koning|
|Past members||Ton 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.
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".
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