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Music Video: Elements of Life

Artisit: Tiësto

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:39

  • Copyright: Tiësto

Music Video For Elements of Life By Artist Tiësto

Reviews For Elements of Life By Artist Tiësto

  • Verbazingwekkend

    5
    By CougarsRock1095
    Dit is dan ongelofelijk!
  • Yeah

    5
    By Dj fonzo
    Tiësto is awesome!!!
  • Tiësto.....

    5
    By 6r!s3L
    I love it..!!! ۰Ιи ŦяąⁿСэ ω€ ŧяϋşт۰♫♥♪Tįëşтọ™
  • what a joke

    1
    By hypemankenny
    tiesto (and trance in general) gives electronic music a bad name. way to be the world's largest narcissist. if i see him do one more jesus pose while djing i'm going to puke.
  • Calida

    3
    By __Picho__
    La musica es buenisima pero la calidad del video es una tanto mala.. Pero sigue valiendo la pena.
  • WOOW!!! Mr. Tiesto # 1 DJ in the World

    5
    By vitec115
    Really good mix, the video are parts from the dvd "Elements of life world wide tour" really good dvd,if you are a tiesto fan go get it all the greatest hits are in it and the best thing is that its live. itunes please add more tiesto stuff like the videos he has more then that.
  • Buy it now... This video brings out the happiness in life... :)

    5
    By fletcher91
    This video is really great. The videos vibrant colors and cheery crowd really helps me see the good in life. Buy it and Be happy!
  • very nice

    5
    By aiRe_
    great video. this makes me smile

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