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Album: Lifted (feat Cristina Soto) - Single

Artist: Tritonal

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 3

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 Enhanced Music Limited

Tracklist For Lifted (feat Cristina Soto) - Single By Artist Tritonal

Title Artist Time
1
Lifted (Original Extended Mix) Tritonal 8:58 USD 0.69
2
Lifted (Club Mix) Tritonal 7:46 USD 0.69
3
Lifted (Mat Zo Remix) Tritonal 7:51 USD 0.69

Reviews For Lifted (feat Cristina Soto) - Single By Artist Tritonal

  • Lifting

    5
    By Necter
    Great track - trance fans pick it up. I grabbed the Mat Zo but I'm sure they are all good. This track will be on the Tritonal debut album coming out soon - should make a pretty big splash.
  • Tritonal+Christina Soto = amazing vocal trance

    5
    By Ian_22
    Tritonal did it again with Christina, another great hit from there upcoming album Piercing Quite in which I can't wait for it to be released. This song "lifted" is best herd from Mat Zo remix since it just simple takes you to a new dimension of euphonic trance and it's a must buy song! See ya Tritonal at Miami for Ultra after party!
  • wow..

    5
    By Chupayeti
    wow..... the Mat Zo Remix IS FRESH!! Buy it, you'll love it, no doubt about it.
  • Mat Zo remix for the win!

    5
    By sandiny0ursh0es
    Techy, euphoric, probably gonna be one of the top tunes of 2011 for sure.
  • The Mat Zo Remix kills!

    5
    By FilltheSilence
    Do yourself a favor and get the Mat Zo Remix. I promise that you will like...no...love it!

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