"Without Trax, words like 'Jack', 'Acid', and 'House' would never have dropped into our cultural lexicon...Crucially, without Trax, the house revolution would not have been amplified." - ID Magazine, June 2004
"Their propulsive, slightly sinister yet oddly funky Kraftwerk-goes-disco clanking led directly to rave, techno, bit beat and all the endless permutations of dance music." - Blender Magazine, September 2004
"Chicago's Trax Records is one of the most influential and important labels in the history of electronic dance music. They've been called "the Motown of House", and it would be hard under any circumstances to dispute this statement. Trax wasn't the only label to produce house music back in the hazy Paleolithic era of the 1980s, but they were certainly among the very best. - Pop Matters"
Carol Cooper on David Guetta's Album "Nothing But The Beat":
"this season the only other dance album as worthy of your attention is the imminent Trax Records: The 25th Anniversary Collection. Arriving from Trax this October, the two-disc set contains the pioneering house productions that David Guetta and his peers heard at the beginning of their careers, then bent and twisted into their own images of dance music.