15 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Some dance music is made to help you escape, but Alan Walker’s candy-coated EDM is for when you’re already up in the clouds. With helium-pumped vocals, skipping synths, and strings swirled together with big marching drums, it’s an endorphin rush bundled into 15 tracks. Different World is the Norwegian producer’s debut album, but he’s far from new on the scene; his 2015 breakout single, “Faded,” a dramatic, ethereal dance-floor lullaby, is included here. On newer cuts like “Diamond Heart” and the Noah Cyrus collaboration “All Falls Down” (featuring Juliander), he blurs the lines between festival bangers and classic, emotional pop.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Some dance music is made to help you escape, but Alan Walker’s candy-coated EDM is for when you’re already up in the clouds. With helium-pumped vocals, skipping synths, and strings swirled together with big marching drums, it’s an endorphin rush bundled into 15 tracks. Different World is the Norwegian producer’s debut album, but he’s far from new on the scene; his 2015 breakout single, “Faded,” a dramatic, ethereal dance-floor lullaby, is included here. On newer cuts like “Diamond Heart” and the Noah Cyrus collaboration “All Falls Down” (featuring Juliander), he blurs the lines between festival bangers and classic, emotional pop.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
95 Ratings
95 Ratings
GalacticStriker ,

Amazing As Always

Congratulations Alan on releasing your very first album! You never fail to impress us Walkers with every song you release. I couldn’t be more excited for this release! 😆 I know all the songs will always be instant hits. I appreciate the amount of time, hard work, and dedication you put into your music. Thank you for being you and for creating a community where we can all work together on creating a different world. 😊💎🖤

Drtrayblox34254 ,

Good as always

When I first saw Alan walker I wanted all the songs but I can’t by all of them so I’m looking forward to this on

Ulyginger ,

So good

I rate it 4 star because its missing The Spectre.

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