This double CD shows exactly how Tiësto, the best DJ of 2002, works the crowd. Who knows Tiësto by "In Search Of Sunrise" series only, don't know half of what's going on on this CD. Many people accuses Tiësto for being too soft because of "In Search Of Sunrise" CDs and the first part of his live sets (which are focused on progressive and Oakenfold-like trance). "Nyana" is here to show Tiësto's harder side and explain how he works live sets. 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.
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