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Album: Magik Six (Live in Amsterdam)

Artist: Tiësto

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 2000 Black Hole Recordings

Tracklist For Magik Six (Live in Amsterdam) By Artist Tiësto

Title Artist Time
North Pole Afterburn 7:17 USD 0.99
Eyeball Sunburst 8:16 USD 0.99
Voyage Eyal Barkan & Yahel 6:23 USD 0.99
Surreal Free Radical 6:50 USD 0.99
Silent Cry Fire & Ice 10:08 USD Album Only
Purple Cloud The Swimmer 6:16 USD 0.99
Silence Delerium 11:32 USD Album Only
Viola Moogwai 9:55 USD 0.99
Wasteland Kamaya Painters 7:40 USD 0.99
Sixty Nine Ways Cloud 69 8:10 USD 0.99
Escape from Nowhere Airwave 11:18 USD Album Only
Gothic Dream Dawnseekers 6:37 USD 0.99
Till We Meet Again Push 8:31 USD 0.99
No Hesitation Vincent de Moor 6:06 USD 1.29
Cloudwalking Pulser 9:58 USD 1.29
Magik 6 (Continuous Mix) Tiësto 17:49 USD Album Only

Reviews For Magik Six (Live in Amsterdam) By Artist Tiësto

  • David R

    By dd rex
    Trance is what it is like to see another side of the human psyche.. if you are the emotional type you will be lifted to another demension in the farthest reaches of your mind…. This is a set to take you to that place where no one but you can fell safe in a sad and dreary world….Prepare for a journey to just that place enjoy… :-)
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    By Nataliesss
    Sadly I was not around to witness this side of Tiësto (born in '01) because I watched the video of him playing at inner city and watched him cry at the end.......gosh it just hits me it possible that I can be in love with only the old version of someone? I am experiencing this with Tiësto and it's breaking my heart

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