Description"Happiness seems to be Loneliness and Loneliness rules my world": This hookline, combined with style defining production, has been celebrated on the dance floors of the world for ten years now. The release of Loneliness was a turning point in Tomcrafts DJ career. Although the first reactions to the record were exuberant, no-one could have foreseen the numbers global success and influence. No. 1 in the UK - most played dance track on the radio in 2003 - and ultimately induction into the Electronic Music Hall of Fame.
So, it is understandable that Tomcraft always also saw Loneliness as his own personal holy grail. Today, 10 years after its first release, Tomcraft has reproduced the track together with his then studio partner Eniac for his 20 Years album, and given it a new sound for the next decade. And they've done it again: big bass line meets big vocal line!
Alongside Tomcrafts mix, two very special bootlegs have also made the leap to an official remix. Tujamo, without doubt one of last years shooting stars, lays the vocals over an organ line on his house mix, immediately calling forth associations with the legendary Beachball track. Goose bumps guaranteed!
And then there's Jaxxon, the unbelievable newcomer from the UK. His Big Room Progressive Bootleg instantaneously found its way onto the playlists of big names like Ferry Corsten, David Guetta and Gareth Enemy.
Then as now, Loneliness is more than just a dance track. It is an anthem; a classic for the eternity ofelectronic club music.