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In Search of Sunrise 7

TiestoAudio CD
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Tiësto’s career is punctuated by landmark achievements – the first DJ in the world to sell out a solo stadium event for over 25,000 people, he scored a number one hit with his single Traffic, the first instrumental track to reach the top spot in his homeland of Holland in 23 years. His remix of Delerium featuring Sarah McLachlan’s Silence was the first house track ever ... Read more in Amazon's Tiesto Store

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  • Audio CD (June 10, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Black Hole
  • ASIN: B00189MH5S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
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Disc: 1
1. Feel the Sun Rise - Banyan Tree
2. Wasted - Andy Duguid
3. Yohkoh (King Unique Original Mix) - King Unique
4. Space Katzle (Jerome Sydenham Remix) - Motorcitysoul
5. Feel the Rhythm (Ton Tb Dub Mix) - Three Drives
6. To Forever (Moonbeam Remix) - Rachael Starr
7. The Storm (Inpetto Remix) - Jerry Ropero
8. Get Lifted - Kamui
9. Ride (Tiesto Remix) - Cary Brothers
10. Denial - Airbase
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Disc: 2
1. Blossom(Lounge Mix) - Steve Forte Rio
2. Crossroads - Zoo Brazil
3. Kenta - Beltek
4. Rush - Sied Van Riel
5. Driving To Heaven (Mat Zo Remix) - Tiesto
6. Just a Thought - Carl B
7. Melkwig - Kimito Lopez
8. Whenever I May Find Her (Joni Remix) - JPL
9. Casa Grande - Estiva / Marnix
10. Wounded Soul - Existone
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About the Artist

Tiësto's career is punctuated by landmark achievements - the first DJ in the world to sell out a solo stadium event for over 25,000 people 2 nights in a row, he scored a number one hit with his single Traffic, the first instrumental track to reach the top spot in his homeland of Holland in 23 years. His remix of Delerium featuring Sarah McLachlan's Silence was the first house track ever broadcast on daytime radio in North America, (it became an international dancefloor anthem and also spent eight weeks in the UK top 10 chart). He played live in front of billions of people during the Parade of the Athletes at the official opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Athens. But despite his meteoric success, Tiësto remains grounded about his achievements and clearly loves making and playing music above the accolades it brings.

Born in Holland, Tiësto became a DJ because he 'liked to share music with other people. When I was younger, I'd listen to a radio show called the Soul Show, and to Ben Liebrand's mix radio program, where he would remix and cut up different tracks, and I just thought - I want to do this!' The productions came later, in 1995. 'I really wanted to produce music that I could play in my sets, because it brings much more fulfilment to the process. I bought some samplers, some computer programs, and just started working on it.' He makes it sound easy - indeed; he makes it look easy as 10 years down the line his productions consistently bother the charts and frequently reach number one around Europe.

In 1997 Tiësto, along with Arny Bink, formed Black Hole Recordings, the label that launched the hugely acclaimed Magik, In Search Of Sunrise, and Nyana mix compilations. The label grew to such proportions that in 2001 Tiësto started a sub-label, Magik Muzik. 'It's the home of records of mine, or of people whose work I really believe in,' he enthuses. 'Everything on Magik Muzik is what you'll find in my sets, which makes it more of my own little project.' Some of the gems from Magik Muzik include 2001 anthem Flight 643 and his artist albums In My Memory, Just Be and Elements of Life.

Though known primarily for his pioneering contributions to the trance scene, Tiësto's style is now a mix of everything: 'trance, house, techno - it's the best of all that the dance world has to offer. In 1998, I was really a trance DJ, but now I've travelled round the world so much, different influences have seeped in and I play a bit of everything. I think the only way forward for DJs now is to play a diverse mix of sounds.' Indeed, his brand of trance was always pushing at the constraints of the genre anyway, featuring soaring vocals from the likes of Sarah McLachlan and Jes, spine-tingling breakdowns, and euphoric melodies at every end of the spectrum.

The many high profile gigs and shows have now taken Tiësto away from exclusively playing clubs, and propelled him to become a mainstream artist. 'Often at my shows now, half of the people are die-hard clubbers, but the other half are people who know me from the radio, or from more mainstream gigs,' he says. 'It's more like they're going to a concert, so now I get a great mix of both worlds.'

Describing the last few years as 'a journey of defining moments,' (as well as the usual club successes, his shelves are groaning under the weight of numerous awards - TMF-Awards, MTV, Dutch DJ - and gold discs...) his favourites include the second night of the Tiësto In Concert show in Holland in 2004: 'I was really aware of what was going on, the music was just right - a mix of all my big tunes and new track, everything just felt perfect that night. I played for nine hours straight, and it was my favourite gig ever.' And, of course, he was chosen by the readers as the number one DJ in the world. 'The first time it happened it was so amazing, I was overjoyed. The second and the third time were also fantastic, but the first time you're on the cover of that magazine that is so respected by other DJs - it's like winning an Oscar!'

In May 2006 Tiësto decided to become the worldwide ambassador for Dance4Life, and to invest considerate amounts of his time and efforts to the one charity in which he could really find himself. Immediately the production of a Dance4Life anthem was discussed, which resulted in an a song with Faithless' Maxi Jazz.

Continuing to explore fresh avenues, knowing that the year 2008 is now in full swing, Tiësto is currently experimenting with new sounds in the studio, and writing more vocals himself. The most recent result of this new approach of course is his latest album 'Elements of Life', which sky rocketed to the highest positions in today's charts. The album features the vocals of BT, who's been working with Tiësto on previous occasions and hit the charts with 'Break my Fall'; and Julie Thompson. 'I'm not looking for any big collaboration right now, I'm more interested in a burgeoning talent - someone whose voice is good, and that really touches you. A voice should sound like an instrument to me. A good example is Christian Burns who is the singer on the hit single 'In the Dark'; also a track from 'Elements of Life'. I met him through MySpace; the actual proof that the internet is the medium of choice when it comes to musical developments and careers.'

The concept behind his latest artist album also formed the basis for his 'Elements of Life World Tour' which took the DJ all over the globe. At the same time, the tour was of a size not before known in the dance scene. Since the four elements earth, water, air and fire are the unmistakeable necessities to build and maintain life on Earth, they had to be presented in all their greatness, which resulted in a stunning production that featured state of the art special effects, moving water systems in sync with the music and high definition video screens. It required three semi trucks to transport the equipment. The mere knowledge that Tiësto, as one DJ with two turntables, is entertaining audiences up to 25,000 people or more has silenced even the worst critic. But that his performances can compete with even the largest stadium concerts of the known world artists is something that the industry never held possible.

The amounts of energy the DJ invested for the world tour have not kept him away from the one thing everybody was waiting for: the new 'In Search of Sunrise 7'. In between the mayhem of touring and insane flight schedules, Tiësto still found the time to deliver a double CD compilation for the highly successful series also known as 'ISOS'. The live mix, made without electronic or computerized gadgets, is titled 'Asia' and for a reason: `Asia is that part of the world where the ambience and overwhelming beauty can be very overpowering in a positive way. At the same time, one experiences the incredible energy of the Asian people, which could almost be felt physically during my live sets throughout the Asian tour.' He grins: 'We recorded the whole ISOS 7 in Thailand, in a beautiful location with a view: the Asian coast line. The correct atmosphere to do the mix. Now I know ISOS 7 earned it to be titled "Asia".'

Knowing that Tiësto's opportunities go beyond his own music, and the world tour, one might ask what will come up next. His answer is clear: 'As I said, the internet is the medium of choice for modern day music. I now host my own radio show called 'Tiesto's Club Life', which is available as PodCast directly after it aired on radio. Through those blessings of the internet, fans can listen to me and the music I love whenever they feel like, wherever they feel like. And at the same time, radio stations all over the world broadcast the weekly shows within their own national programming. It's just a fantastic idea knowing that my fans are now listening to the radio as I used to do when I was just a kid!'

One of the last things we haven't mentioned is Tiësto's work on the music of other artists. 'I'm more open to doing remixes again. I like to hear a track and right away know what I want to do with it, what I can make different, and whether it'll work for me in my sets - all my remixes have to be tried and tested.' His most recent remixes, "Piece of Me" by Britney Spears and "The Right Life" by Seal, already featured in of his 'Club Life' radio shows, just like the one he did for Justin Timberlake which was one of particular interest, he says. 'The best producer in the world of the moment, Timbaland, approached me to do a remix of 'Love Stoned' by Justin Timberlake. That means a lot to me, you know? It actually shows that I've grown not only as a DJ, but also as a producer.'

The future for Tiësto promises yet further success, both as the solo artist he has become and the DJ we know him to be. 'The long anticipated `In Search of Sunrise 7' and the `Elements of Life World Tour' DVD have been released and there will be more remixes, definitely,' he agrees.

And then there was the Grammy nomination for his album 'Elements Of Life'. The news came as a beautiful surprise. 'I am incredibly happy about this. And that's an understatement. The nomination itself already is a fantastic honour.' Little did he know when a few weeks later on he won the IDMA Award for both `Best Global DJ' and `Best Electronic Dance Album' at the annual Winter Music Conference in Miami. His latest notch on his belt was the award given by the audience: the well known Ibiza DJ Award for Best International DJ. He considered it the crown on his In Search Of Sunrise Summer Tour 2008, which also included a twelve week long residency on Mondays at the world's biggest club: Privilege, Ibiza.

He is currently working tirelessly on his new album and the podcast of his own radio show, "Tiësto's Club Life", has just been nominated for "Best Podcast" in the 2009 IDMA Awards, so his hard work still gets full recognition from all corners of the globe.

He genuinely enjoys his achievements, but Tiësto keeps both feet on the ground: 'It's hard to look too far into the future. Every couple of months it seems that something new, unexpected and exciting is happening!'

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Double CD set from Tiesto in 2008 with his album, In Search of Sunrise 7. On this outing Tiesto takes us to the Far East. ISOS 7 was completely mixed and recorded in Thailand. The first disc expresses the beauty of Asia, whereas the second one offers an energetic view on how trance goes down when it is played with an Asian flair. The track list reveals the genuine style of Ti‰sto put together in the In Search Of Sunrise 7 Asia. The concept driven DJ mix series I.S.O.S. looks to explore the unique sounds of a specific geographic region with past stops in Ibiza, Lation America and LA. Tiesto has spent over two decades in the electronic music world and he is recognized as the 'World's Number One DJ'. Many top artists call on Tiesto for his vision in remixing their tracks as he

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Crowning Achievement June 10, 2008
Format:Audio CD
Upon hearing through Tiesto's website that this would be a more progressive album than his previous ISOS releases, I jumped on it. I have to admit that while listening to the First CD, it didn't sound very progressive at all. More like his "signature" house music with a chill, calm and relaxed theme to it. The sound we have come to expect from his ISOS compilations. While I did enjoy the first disc, the concept remained the same and I was left asking myself "Where is the difference?" As an artist I think sometimes you get caught up in a groove or in a rut (whether good or bad) and sometimes you just have to break away from that to keep your listeners on the edge, keep them guessing what's next, or just simply give them an element of surprise.
Im just going to say right out that Disc 2 is the BEST mix compilation I have ever heard from Tiesto hands down! You want progressive Trance? This is it! Its the Tranciest album he has put out in his ISOS series by far, no comparison. Whereas Disc 1 has lots of Vocals, Disc 2 has none! Its all Beats, rhythms, melodies and extremely uplifting tracks. You'll have goose bumps galore listening to this. The BPM's are between 135-138 just to give you an idea. I agree that besides the great track selection on the disc, the arrangement is absolutely flawless! Everything fits in perfectly and each track builds and compliments the next one thanks to his flawless mixing. I kid you not. I have every disc this guy has put out dating back to his unreleased 5 album forbidden paradise series as well as his ISOS 6 (London, yes London) bootleg. I think this is his crowning achievement. I have no doubt you will feel the same. After his Magik series people were left wondering if he'd every come back to playing Trance. People were asking where that sound had gone.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ISOS 7 Asia July 4, 2008
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I know I have a hard time differentiating between all of these double-disc sets that seem to come out endlessly in the trance/dance genre. Soooo many to choose from, it's hard to know what's just good and what's great. I'm hooked on Armin Van Buuren's State of Trance series and I think I can now say that I'm officially hooked on Tiesto's In Search of Sunrise. This newest version Vol. 7 Asia is really good!

It's always a tough go to keep me interested in a mix CD for 2+ hours, but Tiesto's ISOS 7 does it. There's a good mix of instrumentals vs. vocals too so it doesn't get too stagnant. It's uplifting for electronic music, and I loved the vibe/atmosphere throughout both discs. There is some "epic trance" on here, which is great.

So, overall a very good choice amongst the sea of electronica double discs. Definitely recommended.
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39 of 49 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Decent Disc 1, Better Disc 2 June 10, 2008
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My comments on Tiesto's ISOS 7 are subjective in regard to his prior efforts ISOS 1-6. Some of my comments are my reactions as the CD was playing in time.

Disc 1

1. Banyan Tree - Feel The Sun Rise
(great intro. Tiesto describes it as "asian flutes.") 5/5
2. Andy Duguid featuring Leah - Wasted
(great transition from 'Feel the Sun' rise into 'Wasted.' Tiesto feels
"goosebumps.") 4.5/5
3. King Unique - Yohkoh (King Unique Original Mix)
(at first it's like wtf is King Unique doing on this CD? It seems out of place on the tracklist. But when you listen to it, it's actually a very good fit. Very solid track.) 5/5
4. Motorcitysoul - Space Katzle (Jerome Sydenham Remix)
(Nothing memorable about this track) 4/5
5. Three Drives - Feel The Rythmn (Ton TB Dub Mix)
(takes a while to build but eventually satisfies) 4/5
6. Rachael Starr - To Forever (Moonbeam Remix)
(nothing special about this vocal track.) 3/5
7. Jerry Ropero featuring Cozi - The Storm (Inpetto Remix)
(a bit of cheese with the vocals. Take out the vocals and make it a strict
instrumental track.) 2.5/5
8. Kamui - Get Lifted
(truth in advertising. very uplifting instrumental trance with backing secondary vocals. Follows into an electric guitar-sequence. Kinda Asian sounding...with the guitars. Then leads into a combination of parts 1 and 2, into part 3, which is exquisite. One of the best tracks so far on this CD. definitely memorable. Would've liked to hear this track go on longer and Tiesto should've taken advantage and made the transition into 'Ride' more interesting). 5/5
9. Cary Brothers - Ride (Tiesto Remix)
(Spanish guitars driving the tune with background synths.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best Tiesto's album ever July 10, 2008
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Ever since Magik 6 and ISOS3. I have never been impressed with ISOS4 to 6 and Nyana. Yes it is good but not as good as you hope from the man. This ISOS7 however, is just amazing. If you like the more slow tempo, and vocal house & trance compilation from ISOS3. You will enjoy the 1st CD very much. CD2 though is just what I hope from the man himself ever since Magik 6 and more, flawless compilation of progressive and melodic trance without any hard house material. Both CD are absolute classic that will live long in your memory. Buy it and you will never regret.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tao Te Tiesto? June 24, 2008
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I am a huge fan of Tiesto's ISOS series, but was not so thrilled by the last release. With ISOS 7, I am glad to hear Tiesto back on track. ISOS 7 offers the same two-disk format as ISOS 4, 5, and 6. CD1 features the usual melodic vocals, with perhaps a bit more power behind them--check out for example "Feel the Rhythm". CD2 is pure instrumental trance, one of the best ISOS mixes yet. Beyond "Get Lifted", I don't think ISOS 7 has too much of an Asian flair, but Tiesto was obviously inspired by the locale. Get your hands on this one. You won't be disappointed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great great great CD!
A very good CD! I enjoy it very much. I love DJ Tiesto and have been listening to him since I was young!
Published 3 months ago by Thomas Beauchene
5.0 out of 5 stars Woooo!
Tiesto in his glory days when he was a trance music-making machine! Must own for those that are avid Tiesto fans.
Published 6 months ago by GNOM23
5.0 out of 5 stars Tiesto at his best, must purchase if you like hot electronica!
Tiesto during his finest years, ISOS series was amazing!! Tiesto at his best, must purchase if you like hot electronica!
Published 9 months ago by Paula J Chiarello
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Compilation!
I believe this was Tiesto's last In Search of Sunrise. Afterwards Richard Durand took over. This was a great compilation with some amazing songs. Read more
Published 18 months ago by Rubaiyat Islam
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Buy
This is a solid, varied and mesmerizing trance album. A good buy for any trance lover. After being very impressed with ISOS 4 Latin America I wasn't sure another in the series... Read more
Published 22 months ago by Shepard
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good
Still a great cd, but I guess I like the feel of all the other ISOS. Bummed that Tiesto doesn't do them anymore, but the new DJ that took over is doing a good job.
Published on November 13, 2010 by campaholic
4.0 out of 5 stars Another good addition to your ISOS set
While it has some different sounds compared to the other ISOS volumes - it's still as good as the others. Read more
Published on September 18, 2010 by Dom
4.0 out of 5 stars Soo close to being a 5 star!
Ok, so up front I have to admit that I'm not a huge fan of Tiesto's normally. But I don't want to make this a review about the DJ, but about the album. Read more
Published on July 23, 2010 by K. Bradford
5.0 out of 5 stars Gateway CD
This disc was and still is one of my favorite Tiesto albums, and one of my overall favorite trance albums, for that matter. Read more
Published on April 11, 2010 by IGUANAE CHIC
2.0 out of 5 stars Break first CD, Keep 2nd CD.
The first CD blows chunks and is the same boring crap standard dance music in every club during the first hour of dancing. Read more
Published on October 19, 2009 by Jonathan C. Melusky
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In his wesite Tiesto mentioned that at the beginning of september which is this month already he will release an album in addition to his fourth artist album in october. However, he did not say the title of the album or the exact date of the release. You can check out his website and take a look... Read More
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Where can I find the remix of Chasing Cars that Tiesto plays on his...
The remix is actually by Blake Jarrell and Topher Jones. Look up their websites or myspace/facebook pages and see if they have info on where to download it. Can also check on itunes. Hope this helps!
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