||Symmetries (feat. Austin Leeds)||Paul van Dyk||5:41||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||The Ocean feat. Arty||Paul van Dyk||6:09||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||Eternity (feat. Adam Young)||Paul van Dyk||3:33||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||Verano (feat. Austin Leeds)||Paul van Dyk||4:34||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||I Don't Deserve You (feat. Plumb)||Paul van Dyk||6:47||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||The Sun After Heartbreak (feat. Sue McLaren, Arty)||Paul van Dyk||4:57||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||Rock This||Paul van Dyk||4:48||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||Dae Yor (feat. Ummet Ozcan)||Paul van Dyk||3:34||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||All The Way (feat. Tyler Michaud, Fisher)||Paul van Dyk||6:16||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||If You Want My Love (feat. Caligola)||Paul van Dyk||3:08||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||Lost In Berlin (feat. Michelle Leonard)||Paul van Dyk||6:42||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||Everywhere (feat. Fieldwork)||Paul van Dyk||6:41||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||A Wonderful Day (feat. Giuseppe Ottaviani)||Paul van Dyk||5:24||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||We Come Together (feat. Sue McLaren)||Paul van Dyk||5:50||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||Heart Stops Beating (feat. Sarah Howells)||Paul van Dyk||4:55||$1.69||View In iTunes|
The ravenous fans might disagree — suggesting that the details that signify significant growth are abundant — but Paul van Dyk's 2012 effort could be called Quintessential for everyone else's benefit. Besides the bigger booms and the wider, wide-angle productions, Evolution sounds quite like his 1994 debut 45 RPM, just with many more vocal cuts. One of these, the blissful "Eternity" with Owl City's Adam Young, gives this one its "For an Angel," acting as the album's key track and granting the second van Dyk generation their prime-time trance number. Elsewhere, a swing beat makes "All the Way" undeniable to hips and head-bobbers, while "Lost in Berlin" bleeps along with a proper nod to that city's techno, and capping it all off is the closing "Heart Stops Beating," which brings stuttering vocals, beats that drop, and van Dyk's love of mixing bright (up-front synths) and deep (heavy bass drum). Think "winning formula" instead of "formulaic" and you're close to the value of Evolution, which along with Ferry Corsten's equally great WKND makes "trance ain't dead" the unofficial motto of 2012.
Absolutely sick album by the godfather of trance
Worth more than it costs
Is this mixed?
Does anyone know if this is mixed or just a collection of tracks?
Another fine album from PVD, nice melodys, vocals PVD número UNO.!!
Born: 16 December 1971 in Eisenhüttenstadt, East Germany
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s