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Album: Just Be

Artist: Tiësto

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2004 Black Hole Recordings

Tracklist For Just Be By Artist Tiësto

Title Artist Time
1
Forever Today Tiësto 11:59 USD Album Only
2
Love Comes Again Tiësto 8:09 USD 0.69
3
Traffic Tiësto 5:27 USD 0.69
4
Sweet Misery Tiësto 7:33 USD 0.69
5
Nyana Tiësto 6:44 USD 0.69
6
UR Tiësto 5:59 USD 0.69
7
Walking On Clouds Tiësto 7:27 USD 0.69
8
A Tear In the Open Tiësto 9:22 USD 0.69
9
Just Be Tiësto 8:44 USD 0.69
10
Adagio for Strings Tiësto 7:23 USD 0.69

Reviews For Just Be By Artist Tiësto

  • Greatest Trance Album

    5
    By Javarius Parker Brown
    This album has to be one of or if not the most important trance album of all time. This album took trance to a whole new world. I still listen to this album on a daily basis after 16 years.
  • Amazing!

    5
    By VladRabbit
    Legendary album!
  • terrific

    5
    By mrpianist
    Don't know why the review from the itunes staff was brutal. Sure, adagio for strings is a gimmick. Especially for a classical pianist like me. But the other songs are pretty cool. Great to listen with headphones on. I think this CD is better than most of his other collections since. My opinion.
  • Top 10 album of all time

    5
    By Mr_lane
    One of the best albums ever made, every song is amazing and Tiesto put his heart into this.

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