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Album: Magik Four (A New Adventure)

Artist: Tiësto

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 17

  • Copyright: ℗ 1999 Black Hole Recordings

Tracklist For Magik Four (A New Adventure) By Artist Tiësto

Title Artist Time
Feel Me (feat. Darkstar) Armin van Buuren 9:10 USD 0.99
Northern Spirit Kamaya Painters 6:26 USD 0.99
Everlast The Ambush 7:20 USD 0.99
Easter Island (Cygnus X Mix) Art of Trance 6:55 USD 0.99
Aira Force (Main Mix) Arrakis 9:05 USD 0.99
Synthetica (Extended Mix) Sean Dexter 7:11 USD 0.99
Scatterbomb (String Mix) The Sneaker 7:20 USD 0.99
Your Own Reality (Tracid Mix) Kai Tracid 6:48 USD 0.99
We Came Vimana 8:58 USD 0.99
Trommelmaschine Der dritte Raum 6:39 USD 0.99
Sparkles Tiësto 7:27 USD 0.99
Communication Armin 4:18 USD 0.99
We Ran At Dawn Allure 6:43 USD 0.99
Exceptionally Beautiful Loop Control 6:31 USD 0.99
I Feel My... (Extended Instrum Mox Epoque 5:47 USD 0.99
Pulsar (Picotto Tea Mix) Mauro Picotto 7:33 USD 0.99
Continuous Mix Magik Four Tiësto 13:43 USD Album Only

Reviews For Magik Four (A New Adventure) By Artist Tiësto

  • Awesome!

    By salukidog30
    I am so glad I discovered these Magik series albums. What more to say then awesome!! Need 5 and 6 and apparentely have saved the best for last even though I've loved all of them in the series thus far
  • Tiesto's the best!

    By Earthinexile
    But this isn't from '99, right?
  • Tiësto number 1

    By Tiiestomau5

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