Ace (Ian Van Dahl album)

Ace is the debut studio album by the Belgian dance music act known as Ian Van Dahl, released in 2002. The album peaked at No. 7 in the UK,[1] where it achieved Gold status after only four weeks. The album title was inspired by taking the first letters of the names of each member of the act; Annemie Coenen, Christophe Chantzis and Erik Vanspauwen.

Ace
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Studio album by
ReleasedMay 21, 2002
GenreTrance
Length66:47
LabelRobbins Entertainment
ProducerPatrick Renier
Ian Van Dahl chronology
Ace
(2002)
Lost & Found
(2004)

The album contains four songs that reached the top 20 of the UK Singles Chart:[2] "Will I?" (No. 5); "Reason" (No. 8); "Try" (No. 15); and their biggest hit, "Castles in the Sky", which reached No. 3 and spent seven weeks in the top 10 in mid 2001. "Castles in the Sky" was a moderate success through Europe and a minor hit in the US, where it reached No. 91 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Track listingsEdit

International edition
  1. "Intro" – 02:10
  2. "Reason" – 03:21
  3. "After All" – 05:56
  4. "Satisfy Me" – 06:07
  5. "Will I?" (UK Radio Mix) – 02:40
  6. "Nights on Java" – 07:37
  7. "Try" – 08:12
  8. "Lonely" – 04:16
  9. "Be Mine" – 03:04
  10. "Castles in the Sky" – 03:46
  11. "Nothing Left to Say" – 05:17
  12. "Tears" – 03:20
  13. "{'intəlu:d}" – 0:49
  14. "Secret Love" – 03:14
  15. "Tomorrow" – 06:03
  16. "Run" – 04:41 (bonus track on UK copies)
U.S. edition
  1. "Reason" – 03:20
  2. "Will I?" – 03:46
  3. "After All" – 05:53
  4. "Satisfy Me" – 06:05
  5. "Nights On Java" – 07:34
  6. "Try" – 08:10
  7. "Lonely" – 04:14
  8. "Be Mine" – 03:02
  9. "Castles in the Sky" – 03:44
  10. "Nothing Left To Say" – 05:15
  11. "Tears" – 03:16
  12. "{'intəlu:d}" – 0:50
  13. "Secret Love" – 03:09
  14. "Tomorrow" – 06:00

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Official Charts Company - Ace by Ian Van Dahl Search". The Official Charts Company. 11 July 2013.
  2. ^ "The Official Charts Company - Ace (Ian Van Dahl album)". Official Charts Company. 10 July 2013.