Browse the dance music section of your local record store and you're bound to come across a whole selection of mix albums from trance DJ Paul Van Dyk, from his numerous live recordings in Ibiza to sessions at the legendary British club, Gatecrasher. Like many superstar DJs, Van Dyk - nicknamed 'God' on the music scene - detests being pigeonholed as a trance DJ, despite owning his fame to such records. Instead he claims that he prefers the broader term 'electronic dance music'. It is perhaps for this reason that with his fourth album, Reflection, he has made a concerted effort to widen his musical boundaries. However, kicking off the record with trance epic Crush was probably not the best way to demonstrate his new-found sound. Tucked away among the classic Paul Van Dyk anthems to be found on the CD such as Nothing But You, the musician has made a personal breakthrough by recording and writing Time Of Our Lives with British rock band Vega 4. The collaboration echoes his openly declared love for legendary 1980s British bands New Order and The Smith Other surprises include hip-hop inspired Knowledge, which was written by Van Dyk and Atomek Dogg, That's Life, which features the DJ on vocals for the first time, and Never Forget, a record which picks up the breakbeat style that Van Dyk employed in early 90s. If you decide to invest in this album, go for the special Asian edition, which comes with a flashy album cover. Like most so-called special-edition records on the market, 'special' actually means 'bargain'. The Asian edition includes different mix versions, and more importantly, enhanced videos of his singles Nothing But You and Time Of Our Lives. Paul Van Dyk is certainly not the most innovative DJ in the world, but in the sphere of trance music, he still reigns supreme.