Paul van Dyk - Words (Part I)
07 Mark Reeder init initially ran untilwhen Reeder put the label on ice to concentrate on his own music production and remixer career. The label was originally founded by " Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin " the former GDR record company, which made it the very first independent dance music label of East Germany, until the DSB closed down in After which, Mark Reeder and his partner Paul van Dyk - Words (Part I) Jurk took MFS and carried on as a fully independent label, to launch the careers and release music by some of electronic dance music's seminal artists.
MFS is considered to be one of, if not the first trance label, as it was to be the first to coin the term " trance music ",  and today, is seen by few as a traditional underground label due to its Paul van Dyk - Words (Part I) success.
Its main focus from the beginning was trance music, but soon started to release a wide variety of different music within the electronic genres. The label was originally started by Reeder and the distribution was run by Mirko Withfield.
Reeder's vision to create a melodic, uplifting and positive sounding version of Techno was eventually to be realised by Cosmic Baby. Taken from the previous years releases, MFS released the first ever Trance compilation in called, Tranceformed From Beyond which became a milestone and set the standard for others to come. Reeder started signing more underground artists and tracks, while Jurk focused on Paul van Dyk artist development and implementing a booking agency and publishing into the label work.
He released his first two albums and stayed with MFS up untilwhen Reeder and Jurk parted away. Reeder who continued the label later faced a lawsuit with Paul van Dyk over his third studio album, which turned out to be " Out There and Back "  which was eventually released on Rob Deacon's Deviant Records UK. Afterthe dance scene was starting shift into a new direction, most importantly trance was as well. MFS later had trouble releasing other kinds of records other than trance and because of the change and rise of many trance labels at the end of the 20th century.
Sadly, due to the demise of many of the main European vinyl distributors inlabel owner Reeder decided to put MFS and his sub-labels on ice and ceased all label activity in Impressed, they recorded a demo together Paul van Dyk - Words (Part I) the band decided they would like Reeder to produce their second album.
It was after this recording session, Reeder decided to reactivate MFS, especially for the release of this album. Reeder originally starting MFS as a label platform for new and enthusiastic Eastern European artists, he had now moved his Easy Come, Easy Go (Take 9) - Elvis* - A Legendary Performer (Box Set) for interesting artists in the Far East.
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