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Between 1995 and 2003 Oliver Wagner’s tracks appeared on 130 CDs/Vinyls/Compilations. His highlights are projects as “Pitchrider” (appeared on legendary compilations as “HR3 Clubnight”, “Dorian Gray Compilation” and “Trance Nation ‘97”), Akira Inc. (appeared on 24 compilations) and Liquid Sun (“The Beginning – A New Hope”, a smash hit at the San Francisco Bay in 1999). Oliver’s productions appeared on three “Dream Dance” compilations, two “Tunnel Trance Force” compilations and on one “Kontor - Top Of The Clubs” compilation. Besides producing remixes for Blank&Jones, there is a long list of Co-Workers as Tony Clark (Take a Free Fall - Dance 2 Trance), Ralf Holl (DJ at the legendary Music Hall and Dorian Gray in Frankfurt/Germany), Frank Ellrich (House Muzik), Mike Staab (Magic Affair), Linda Rocco (Power of American Natives), Janet De Lara (The Rhythm Makes You Wanna Dance), Georg Liszt (Supermax) and more. His tracks appeared on many prestige labels as Logic Records, Technogold, Discomania, Frankfurt Beat, Music Research, Respect! Records, Suck Me Plasma, Vale Music, Wash and more. His work considerably contributed to shaping newly developed styles as Techno-House (together with Ralf Holl) and Hard-Trance (together with Christian Weber).