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Universal Religion: Chapter 5 Import


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Armin van Buuren, born in Leiden, Holland on December 25, 1976, is one of the most popular DJ’s around: voted number one, three times by DJ Mag, has 30 million listeners to his radioshow, sold-out shows for Armin Only in 2005, 2006 and 2008 and worldwide gigs. His ‘76’, ‘Shivers’ and ‘Imagine’ artist albums are award-winning, his Armada Music label ... Read more in Amazon's Armin Van Buuren Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 18, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: ARMADA MUSIC NL
  • ASIN: B005LE8CUK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,823 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Vision (Intro Edit) (Ashley Wallbridge)
2. Tomahawk (BT & Adam K)
3. Darko (Gotman & Tsukerman)
4. Space Odyssey (Shogun)
5. Falling Away (Armin van Buuren Rmx) (Hannah)
6. Fight The Fire (Stoneface & Terminal Rmx) (Andy Moor ft Sue Mclaren)
7. Liquid Logic (Protoculture)
8. Fallen Angel (D.S. Club Mix) (Dennis Sheperd & Cold Blue)
9. Terrace 5 a.m. (Markus Schulz presents Dakota)
10. Stellar (Gaia)
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Counting The Points (Andrew Bayer)
2. Atmosphere (Deep Universe) (Kid Alien)
3. Puzzle Piece (Daniel Heatcliff's Farewell Rx) (Space RockerZ & Tania Zygar)
4. Elegia (Alexander Popov)
5. Colours (Armin van Buuren Rmx) (Emma Hewitt)
6. Mansion (Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbrid)
7. Exclusive (Bigroom Edit) (DNS Project)
8. Ride The Wave (John O'Callaghan & G.Ottaviani)
9. Gundam (James Dymond)
10. Saggitarius (Daniel Kandi)
See all 14 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

The ultimate live experience of the No. 1 DJ of the world: Armin van Buuren!! This year's edition features 2 live discs recorded at Space Ibiza.
Every summer season, fans of Armin van Buuren hold their breath for two magical words to drop: Universal Religion. The compilation series, going strong since 2004, is a favorite amongst those into quality electronic dance music. This year, the fifth Chapter of the beloved series has landed, recorded live during Armin's sets in club Space on party-island Ibiza.
The cover of this new Universal Religion Chapter was created by Dutch artist Joseph Klibansky. His art is known and shown in galleries all around the globe. Klibansky creates large-scale, idealistic digital paintings that are built up through hundreds of layers of photography enriched with acrylic paint. Armin asked Klibansky to create a special version of one of his artworks, for 'Universal Religion Chapter 5'. For this collaboration, Klibansky created a dreamy image of infinite, hidden details, blending past and future, challenging your perception. This piece of art will also be shown in his 'New Urban Wonderland' exhibition. It complements the many effects that music can have on its listeners, and that's exactly what appeals Armin so much.

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I adore this album just like the others.
Adam Goldstein
And Armin Van Buuren is a DJ out od this World, so go for it !!!
Hildely Rodriguez
U.R. 2008 was my fist purchase of the series.
Ahevey

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Mills on October 2, 2011
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I started this review with 5 starts, but after listening to the album again, I couldn't justify giving it as good a rating as Universal Religion 2008. While I believe it's a much better mix than Chapter 4, the transitions between some of the first few songs are rough, and not as buttery smooth as I've come to expect from Armin. The energy is definitely there, and it's a completely different vibe than the ASOT series; however, as a fan of vocal trance, the utter lack of vocals until tracks 5/6 really turns me off to most of the first disc. I can't help but feel it's just not as good as some of the other albums I've been listening to this year (BT's These Hopeful Machines, ASOT 2011, and John O'Callaghan's Unfold).

Bottom line: Definitely better than Chapter 4, and very close to the excellent 2008 album. A great addition to Universal Religion series.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Bradford on November 12, 2011
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I'm a huge fan of the Universal Religion Series, and UR chapter 4 is probably my favorite mix that I have. But this one just doesn't feel like it quite measures up. For the most part the tracks are very good (I can't get enough of "Brute") but there is something that just seems to be missing here. The mixing is a little off especially some of the transitions at the beginning of disc 1.

Maybe I'm just not used to it yet, and I might come back after playing through it a few more times (it's definitely good enough for a few more run throughs) to update my review, but I'm just not quite sold on this edition. UR4 had a ton of ups and downs, highs and lows, but this one just feels flat to me.

Overall it's still a good album and I would recommend it to anyone who's a fan of Armins, but it just feels like a bit of step back.

Just my opinion though! Both other reviewers said they thought this was a step up from 4, so I might just be insane. =)

Enjoy!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By E. Rosado on November 3, 2011
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Armin van Buuren has done it again this is the best of the Universal Religion series, this CD makes it a must have for your collection. This CD is Armin's live performance from Izbia and this must be said; this is the reason why people from all over pay to see this man DJ and he does not let them down. I said in other reviews that he is in my eyes the best DJ in the world and this CD proves it.

If you are a fan of trance and house you will not be disappointed. The first CD take you on a journey I like track #3 Darko,track #4 Space Odyssey, track #5 Falling Away (the AVB remix), Track#12 Helion and track #14 Brute (Ferry Corsten ft. AVB)these tracks will get you moving and rocking I cannot stop listening it.

Disk #2 I like track #4 Elegia, track #5 Colours (the AVB remix), track #6 Mansion these are excellent dance tracks. In general I like this CD alot better than Universal Religion 4 and I gave it 5 stars no complaints here. Armin Van Buuren just lost his title of DJ100's best DJ in the world (4 straight years) to David Guetta and there is no way he can be number 1. When he can put out CD's like ARMIN he will at his level but as of right now he is not. This is ARMIN's 3rd or 4th CD he came out within the past year and a half. If he decides to do more remixes of this CD it would another feather in his cap!! I think 2012 will be a big year for ARMIN I have heard that he is trying to incorporate a theaterical production with a live musicians in his live sets and if he can pull this off he will regain his rightfully own title of best DJ in the world. ARMIN VAN BUUREN is the go to guy when trance DJ's want their songs remixed and visa versa.

If ARMIN decides to go mainstream (which I believe he won't) he would make mincemeat out these so-called DJ's and producers but he is a man true to his style and I do not believe he needs to go that route.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stella Carrier on November 15, 2011
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There are three words that I feel accurately describe Universal Religion Chapter Five: Musical Aural Bliss. This collection appeals to vocal trance listeners, and those that are fine with listening to songs that contain only music. This is because "Universal Religion" contains both types of tracks. My two favorite tracks on "Universal Religion: Chapter Five" are "Fight the Fire" by Andy Moor (featuring Sue McLaren) and "An Angel's Love" by Alex M.O.R.P.H. (featuring Sylvia Tosun). "Fight The Fire" is about having passionate feelings for another person. "An Angel's Love" appears to be about being in love with someone that brings the essence of happiness to themselves and those around them. "Universal Religion Chapter Five" is recommended for the many who would like to listen to some of the most recent trance music.
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A few gems here, but a lot of just ok stuff. There have been better Universal Religion albums (Chapter 4, for instance) but this is a good, solid entry.
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By Adam Goldstein on January 8, 2014
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Armin again demonstrates his mastery. I adore this album just like the others. Ferry Corsten's Brute is my favorite so far.
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By andrea svensen on June 23, 2013
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I love his music even know I am die heart Tiesto fan I do like this one Europe has the best DJ's for trance and house music.
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