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Album: Space Age 1.0

Artist: Tiësto

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 1998
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 17

  • Copyright: ℗ 1998 Black Hole Recordings

Tracklist For Space Age 1.0 By Artist Tiësto

Title Artist Time
Clone Bamboo Lounge 6:30 USD 0.99
Filter Jan Driver 5:57 USD 0.99
Forerunner EP, Pt. 1 DJ Slug 5:47 USD 0.99
Twilight Canyon 7:47 USD 0.99
The Bell Ep Blue Rock 7:16 USD 0.99
We All Need Love (feat. Casa R TNT 7:45 USD 0.99
Moving Mars Little Big Man 7:41 USD 0.99
Witchride MikeroBenics 9:28 USD 0.99
Guarantee (feat. 16C+) Sharam Jey 8:03 USD 0.99
Groovelounge Wild Bunch 6:54 USD 0.99
Gimme Some Sugar Tiësto, DJ Montana & Storm 6:49 USD 0.99
Rack 19 Lex 6:13 USD 0.99
Sweetbox Marco Bailey 5:29 USD 0.99
Perception 4 Sharp 2 5:03 USD 0.99
Flying Squirrel Problem Drumfire 6:30 USD 0.99
Supernatural EP Superspy 7:15 USD 0.99
Continuous Mix Space Age 1.0 Tiësto 13:52 USD Album Only

Reviews For Space Age 1.0 By Artist Tiësto

  • Amazing

    By Bob Jones
    The previous review stated that it isn't his original work. However, Tiesto remixed these songs with DJ Montana. This music is different then most of Tiesto's but it's good for when you are doing something else. Also, probably the best part of the album is the amount of bass. You need good headphones to be able to hear all the bass.
  • umm...

    By RCrousore
    This HAS to be Tiesto's worse half of recordings, and 99% isn't his own work. The only record he contributed to on this album, "Gimme some Sugar" was by far one of the worst. Granted, this is an old album, but it came up in iTunes' New and Noteworthy.

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