- Audio CD (11 Feb. 2011)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: CD
- Label: Black Hole Recordings
- ASIN: B00008WVLQ
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 74,817 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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The first CD (Outdoor) is based on his arena's sets and what he usually play during the second part of his sets: techno, tech-trance and veeeeeeeery uplifting melodic trance. The highlights are tracks 02, 04, 07, 10, 14.
The second CD (Indoor) follows the pattern he created with "In Search Of Sunrise" (but way more danceable) and what he usually plays during the first part of long sets, specially in clubs: progressive, melodic trance. The highlight are tracks 03, 04, 08, 09, 11, 13.
I personally enjoyed more the first CD because it's so uplifting and energic! It really took me back to that night Tiësto played @ Club Space in Miami during the Winter Music Conference... ahhh... the best set I've ever heard in my whole life.
...that is what makes his work so special. He pays a considerable amount of thought and attention to how and where he is going to record his tracks. This way he can recreate the feeling of bliss he himself feels as the eager consumer pops the merchandise into the sound system! Tiesto has a completely unique style. He seems to combine all the best elements of trance into his work to create something uplifting, melodic and yet progessive. This CD is exemplar material of such a style.
CD 1 is slightly more vigorous with harder undertones. Quality vocals are characteristic throughout the entire compilation, for example Jan Johnston and Sinead O'Connor on Disk 1. The gabriel & Dresden Mix of Andain's "Beautiful Things" on CD 2 is well worth a mention - a track that leaves a feeling of warmth and content inside those who have the pleasure of listening to it.
If you are more of an Uplifting kind of person CD 2 will be ur focus. "Catcher - Destiny Sunrise" has the kind of haunting melody you will want to hear again and again. Tina Arena's contribution to The Roc Project's "Never" has been well receieved, another highly regarded track in tranceland at present. Othe rfavourite's are "POS - Remember (Summer Sun) and "Solid Globe - North Pole", placed conveniently to round-off a truly physically and psychologically addictive compilation.
Tiesto gives you the trance, the whole trance and nothing but trance - it's Class A - and MUST be bought.
Cd 1 starts off slowly with a sort of progressive house style and, for a few tracks, appears promising as the rhythm picks up nicely. It gets a bit mediocre around the middle, though, and only gets going again with a decent effort in "Tears from the Moon" featuring the vocals of Sinead O Connor. Disc 1 then finishes strongly with some solid trance numbers including the excellent "Urban Shakedown" from Solar Factor, aka Mr Push himself, M.I.K.E.
The second cd is in a different vein altogether, focusing as it does on the less intense, more uplifting stuff which is no bad thing.The musical quality on the second disc is better overall than the first one and most of the tracks are quite uplifting and melodic. Standout tunes include the excellent "Nothing" from Holden & Thompson as well as the final three tracks which are top notch.
A word, though, about some of the vocal tracks. I always feel that adding vocals to dance tunes is somewhat of a fine art and doesn't always succeed. Examples of good vocal tunes would be "Remember" by BT or, in a more muted style,"Nothing But You" by Paul Van Dyk.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I absolutely love this CD.
I must say, It's not very often that I like every track on an album!
A great double mix cd with some excellent tracks such as conjure ones - tears from the moon and Motorcycle - as the rush comes. Just to name to classic songs. Read morePublished on 23 Oct. 2004 by Trancer
Hes shows it differently with a outdoor mix which is harder and abit hardhousey than trance.But to tell the truth i didnt take take to to the disc1 because its very different to... Read morePublished on 24 May 2004 by Jamie E. I. Wright
All but one of the tracks on this double CD pack were virtually unknown to me yet each choice that Tiesto has made is a good one. Read morePublished on 9 Mar. 2004 by L Roberts
I was a fun of Tiesto in his first years, when trance was raw - fresh and intended to get you hard dancing by "riding" on the music. Read morePublished on 9 Feb. 2004 by SeLL_SOaP
Have to say this album lived up to all my expectations from the world's #1.
Two very different CD's which come together to form one great compilation. Read more
Have to approve wholeheartedly with what the man has offered us here. Like other reviewers, I found CD1 (outdoors) slightly disappointing - but nonetheless - a whole lot better... Read morePublished on 11 Oct. 2003 by Glenariffe
This album lacks all the life Tiesto manages to spur into his usual sessions. I had to open the cd player to ensure I was actually listening to Nyana. Read morePublished on 24 Sept. 2003 by Jason Goss
fantastic mix from the worlds best dj i noted that a few tunes on this cd were first played by gabriel and dresden on 9th march 2003 on bbc radio1s essential mix so well done... Read morePublished on 17 Aug. 2003