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The Gift  - The Seventh Day

The Gift - The Seventh Day

Musician: The Gift
Album title: The Seventh Day
Style: Trance
Released: 2003
Country: Netherlands
Size MP3 version: 1342 mb
Size APE version: 1283 mb
Size WMA version: 1842 mb
Rating ✫: 4.4
Votes: 521
Genre: Electronic

The Gift - The Seventh Day

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Seventh Day (Main Mix) 8:44
B The Seventh Day (M.I.K.E. Rmx)
Remix – M.I.K.E.

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Syndrome Produktunes
  • Published By – M.I.K.E. Music Publishing
  • Published By – BMG Unisong Music Publishing
  • Published By – ID&T Publishing BV
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ID&T Music BV
  • Copyright (c) – ID&T Music BV
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 08 52689 20


  • Engineer, Producer – M.I.K.E*
  • Written-By – M.I.K.E., Mark Dedross


Engineered and produced for Syndrome Produktunes.
Published by M.I.K.E. Music / BMG Unisongs / ID&T Music.
(P) 2003 ID&T Music B.V.
(C) 2003 ID&T Music B.V.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8715576073151
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): 08 52689 20 1A1 7007315
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): 08 52689 20 1B1 7007315
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7007315 The Gift The Seventh Day ‎(12", Promo) ID&T 7007315 Netherlands 2003


Searching out through my cd collection today i came back across this track and my oh my i cannot say enough about this track, as Universe states below the 'M.I.K.E Mix' is a bomb!I loose myself in this track like not many others can! I doesn't matter about it's repetitive nature, the haters are going to hate, but for those of us who have devoted our ears to the sounds of Trance in all it's sub guises of the modern age, this track has it all! Epic goodness!M.I.K.E really shaped my taste in the early 00's with his brand of electronic music, there was something different about his sound that no-one else had, his chart success with 'Push - Strange World 2000 Remake' in the UK got him a lot of fans.He was djing at a local event to me in 2008 and i taken with me all of my vinyl records i had of his and cd album inlay cards for him to sign, he was very surprised to see i had so much of his material (probably not the right time to ask him prior to his set) but he knew i was a genuine follower and not a bandwagoner so to speak.HIs tracks will always have a place in my life.
The 'M.I.K.E. Mix' is M.I.K.E at his very best. This is a no holds barred dramatic eerie stomper very much in the Oliver Lieb / Harthouse mould. It really does have a foreboding biblical feel to it. A perfect antidote to all the 'by the numbers' club trancers floating about.