Trust in Trance Records is the second record label started by Avi Nissim, Yaniv Haviv and Guy Sabbag (they were shortly joined by Lior Perlmutter) in late 1993.
The label was formed under the name Outmosphere Records late in 1993. It was founded by Avi Nissim, Lior Perlmutter, Yaniv Haviv (SFX and later Astral Projection) and Guy Sabbag. They are pioneers of the Israeli Psychedelic Trance.
After the success of the first compilation album Trust In Trance in February 1994, they decided to change the label's name to Trust In Trance. Later that year, Guy Sabbag left the label. Avi, Lior and Yaniv created the album Trust In Trance 2 with the 3 super hits: Mahadeva, Power Gen & Innovation. The label is now defunct.
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