Tiësto – Club Life – Volume Two Miami

The day has FINALLY come that Tiësto’s second album compilation is available for full, public consumption and purchase. What started as a cryptic video teaser all the way back on March 8 quickly grew into full-fledged knowledge of a 16 track Tiësto approved and created album. Along the way came a few previews and releases and if you saw Tiësto, Hardwell, Swanky Tunes or Wolfgang Gartner perform live and in the flesh, most likely you heard their new tracks in the course of their sets. With a mix of released and un-released tracks, Tiësto assembled a well-curated mix of tracks that embody the spirit of Miami.

Tiësto stated that for the album, he “wanted to create songs that give fans the opportunity to experience the sound of Miami clubs, whether they’ve been there or not.”

Tiësto produced and approved remixes and originals were developed with the particular Club Life sound in mind, resulting in a personal version of Coldplay’s ‘Paradise,’ Gotye’s Miami show stopper ‘Somebody That I Used To Know,’ a collaboration remixing The Naked & Famous’s ‘Young Blood’ with fellow Breda native Hardwell and a pumped up club version of ‘Can’t Stop Me Now’ from the Jacked squad of Afrojack and Shermanology.

In addition to Tiësto collaborations, mixes and originals, Tiësto tapped a few favorite producers from within the Musical Freedom universe and beyond to contribute tracks, as well as exclusives including: John De Sohn feat. Andreas Moe – Long Time; Baggi Bagovic’s ‘If A Lie Was Love,’ Sultan + Ned Shepard’s ‘Walls and Avesta’s super-powered festival anthem ‘Arena’ along with rising British star’s Third Party’s remix of Tiësto – What Can We Do (A Deeper Love) and John Dahlbäck’s extremely popular track ‘Life.’

John Dahlbäck – Life

Perhaps the tracks that really take top billing on the album are the originals produced especially for the mix. ‘Miami’ sets the mix off right, putting the listener in a South Beach state of mind. ‘Chasing Summers’ is a nod to the constant warm weather and party atmosphere of the city, further giving those that listen a taste for the Miami ethos. Buzz about his track Swanky Tunes featuring vocals from Ben McInerney ‘Make Some Noise‘ started trickly out when the trio utilized the track to great support during a marathon Miami week. Of course any recent Tiësto compiliation would not be complete without his first major crossover hit, debuted last summer during his Club Life arena tour – ‘Maximal Crazy.’

Perhaps the most killer track on the mix however is Tiësto’s work with Wolfgang GartnerWe Own The Night‘ featuring vocals by Luciana. This tune was released at the beginning of the month, but it’s simply stunning. Gartner’s technical genius and ability to create big room bangers along with Tiësto’s honed skills make for quite the beautiful tune.

Tiësto & Wolfgang Gartner feat. Luciana – We Own The Night
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Don’t forget to grab your copy of this long anticipated and well appointed compilation. We wouldn’t expect anything less from the master!

Download: Beatport, iTunes

Tiësto – Miami
Tiësto – Chasing Summers
Tiësto & Wolfgang Gartner – We Own The Night feat. Luciana
Tiësto – What Can We Do (A Deeper Love) (Third Party Remix)
Baggi Begovic feat. Josie Cotton – If A Lie Was Love (Baggi Begovic KNAL mix)
Gotye feat. Kimbra – Somebody I Used To Know (Tiësto Remix)
Coldplay – Paradise (Tiësto Remix)
Sultan + Ned Shepard feat. Quilla – Walls
The Naked & Famous – Young Blood (Tiësto & Hardwell Remix)
John Dahlbäck – Life
John De Sohn feat. Andreas Moe – Long Time
Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Mix)
Avesta – Arena
Afrojack & Shermanology – Can’t Stop Me (Tiësto Remix)
Tiësto & Swanky Tunes – Make Some Noise feat. Ben McInerney of New Navy
Tiësto – Maximal Crazy


  • April 24, 2012


    This review is garbage

  • April 24, 2012


    gonna be honest here no idea what tiesto is talking about. i did not hear any of this in miami

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