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Album: Louder Than Boom - EP

Artist: Tiësto

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Musical Freedom, LLC under exclusive license to Ultra Records, Inc.

Tracklist For Louder Than Boom - EP By Artist Tiësto

Title Artist Time
Louder Than Boom (Extended Mix Tiësto 7:48 USD 0.99
Louder Than Boom (Bart B More Tiësto 7:08 USD 0.99
Louder Than Boom (Henry Saiz R Tiësto 11:41 USD Album Only
Louder Than Boom (Tyrane Remix Tiësto 6:18 USD 0.99

Reviews For Louder Than Boom - EP By Artist Tiësto

  • Love this song

    By Yukimi Kazari
    Found out about it in Tap Tap revenge 3 an hade to buy it
  • ...

    By Sjneft
    as usually monotone, absence of variety, boring sound... why people even still listen to his music? it lost soul long time ago
  • Boring, unoriginal, & dull

    By MadRienell
    Still the same, repetitive, boring and unoriginal garbage from Tiesto. There is no quality, variation or original thought put into his music. How this guy got famous is beyond me.
  • pretty sickk

    By la la land777
    This song is the bombb. enough said.
  • COMON!!

    By PiperLove7
    People need to start listening to better music!!
  • Louder Than Booooom!!!

    By Tiesto4LIF3
    have seen Tiesto twice in the states adn let me tell you, Louder Than Boom was one of the best live tracks he did!!!! love it!! awesome shows!!!!!
  • Great song

    By Speedjason
    Tap tap 3 has it.
  • Awesome

    By rmccarthy24
    The title says it all
  • Tïesto is amazing

    By hdogcvmjkdfvn
    I was listening to this song while working out and it blower my mind how much adreniline this song gives! I listen to this album nonstop
  • DJ MAGs # 2?

    By aRemixxx
    he isnt good at all. trance just needs to die. if you dont like what im saying thats fine. electronica is definitely going to take over all mainstream music. it already is. and im glad because trance seems to be dyeing off now that he rest of the world has caught up with electronica. its a good thing because trance honestly deosnt do the genre any justice, in fact its its exactly why people dont think the genre is music because of the monotonous repetitive beats that are just annoying. oh yea and DUBstep!!!

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