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  • Audio CD (April 5 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Musical Freedom
  • ASIN: B004PP3IB4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul S. Power TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 12 2011
Format: Audio CD
Whenever I write a review for a CD I usually follow the same pattern-listen to the disc as many times as possible, do some extra research on the artist, and then start writing. The review for this CD was completely different-I saw it performed live in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
For those of you who may not be familiar with him, Tiesto (real name Tijs Michiel Verwest) is a world famous Dutch disc jockey, musician and producer who has been spinning discs, beat matching and grooving for over 25 years now. He has released a number of compilations and remix albums, as well as 4 studio albums, this one being the latest. He is also known for playing 6-hour solo DJ sets, and once did a 12-hour set in Amsterdam!
I have been a huge fan of Tiesto's work for years now, and eagerly awaited every new release. In my opinion this is his best work yet, and that's saying a lot. I love it when superstar DJ's team up with singers and musicians to give us something more than just bass-beats. Tiesto's last album ("Kaleidoscope") was loaded with fantastic songs and featured great vocalists; that trend continues here with 9 out of the 15 tracks focusing on/enhanced by great singers.
The first track off this CD that actually came to my attention (thanks to BPM TV) was the remix of "C'Mon" (with Diplo-featuring Busta Rhymes) and as good as that version is, the original mix contained here is a far superior track. Although I may be biased about this because hearing it live was an amazing experience.
For the most part, this collection features Tiesto's remixing skills, and with that, the stand out tracks are definitely "Now and Forever" by Henrik B (featuring Christian Alvestam) and "Fire in Your New Shoes" by Kaskade and Martina (of Dragonette).
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
If you don't like House music, obviusly the new Tiesto it's not for you May 29 2011
By Julnaranjo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Best Tiesto's album since "In search of sunrise", but obviously he changed his style like other famous Djs nowadays (Ferry corsten, Sander van Doorn etc) that are more into House/progressive scene right now, even when they were recognized for his Trance style before.
A lot of original production tracks in the album...

Track 5. Lune - Girls With Bangs (Tiësto Remix) it's a "eargasmic feel good" song
Track 8 Tiësto & Marcel Woods - Don't Ditch (Original Mix) and Track 13. Tiësto & Hardwell - Zero 76 (Original Mix) are bombs!!

So it's a shame how people still want to hear old Tiesto's Trancy tracks even when Tiesto has explained his style change from Trance to House/Electro, (in a video about the album) if you're really into Trance music... Doh! this ít's not for you!!! obviously Tiesto Changed his style in albums, productions and gigs from some years now, so C'Mon go and listen AVB, PVD, ATB or something like that because Tiesto doesn't belong to that genre anymore....
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Seemed bland, generic, & nothing wowed me. April 12 2011
By Aaron - Published on Amazon.com
The only songs I liked were #1, 4-6, & 14-15. The rest of the tracks seemed kind of bland/generic. The melodies of a lot of the songs didn't really catch me, and sometimes began to become repetitive too much where it became irritating to listen to some of the tracks after a while. Keep in mind I love electronic music, I listen to everything from Trance, House, & Techno to Hard-style, Downtempo, and Dubstep.

I felt like Tiesto could have picked out better songs for this compilation. I've listened to this album probably about 5 times now in hope that some of the songs I didn't like will eventually grow on me but that wasn't the case. If he took out all the songs I didn't like and left the ones that I thought were good, I would have rated it a 3.5.

Overall the tracks on this album felt uninteresting, boring, predictable, and sometimes felt identical. I was expecting an album that was fun, and surprising.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Tedious to listen, uninspiring, commercial and cheap Oct. 1 2011
By Tervel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is not a dance CD, neither a house CD, and definitely not a trance CD!
There is nothing wrong when a widely successful artist tries to find a new path in his career instead of doing the same thing over and over.
What feels wrong is that I got the feeling that recently Tiesto is trying to find a sound that would sell and probably sell as much as Lady Gaga and Madonna.
I see no way in which this compilation relates to and let alone evolves from Tiesto's previous work.
In a sense, it is even deceitful to put the brand name Tiesto (the same Tiesto from Lethal Industry, Just Be, and Adagio for Strings) on this CD.

I tried hard to like a song or two, but every time this CD sounded tedious, boring and uninspiring -- definitely not the type of music where I feel like MAXING my volume in the car when I listen to it!

Why buy a dance CD if it does not make you move?
I hope someone buys my copy listed in the Used Amazon section -- it's not been played very much :)
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Nothing remarkable July 26 2012
By Karl H - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a very bland, homogenized dance CD. There really is nothing special or innovative about any tracks. I tried listening to it as a whole and as separate tracks, nothing memorable either way. The production is OK, but all sounds are the same intensity, nothing stands out. Buy a deadmau5 CD instead, you will get more from it.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Back to the Club April 8 2011
By Abe Diaz - Published on Amazon.com
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After Kaleidoscope the mellow phase has ended. With an old beat made new Tiesto comes back to the club scene with this album. It does not pack the power punch as many of his older hits but it will make you want to dance. I give props to Tiesto for having the guts to always expand his portfolio. Some listeners might find it a bit too "clubby" but real fans will enjoy it.

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