11 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

At its best, trance doesn't merely hypnotize; it can also induce states of heightened perception. Tiësto's third album is full of the clean lines and sparkling frequencies of a high-def universe; his propulsive rhythms and intricate synth melodies make the perfect counterpart to night drives through halogen-lit cities and flyovers of alien worlds. 2007’s Elements of Life displays the kind of finesse that’s become harder to find since EDM's big-room explosion of the late '00s. That's particularly true of progressive-house-leaning tunes like "Driving to Heaven" and "Everything," which show off Tiësto's deeper side.

EDITORS’ NOTES

At its best, trance doesn't merely hypnotize; it can also induce states of heightened perception. Tiësto's third album is full of the clean lines and sparkling frequencies of a high-def universe; his propulsive rhythms and intricate synth melodies make the perfect counterpart to night drives through halogen-lit cities and flyovers of alien worlds. 2007’s Elements of Life displays the kind of finesse that’s become harder to find since EDM's big-room explosion of the late '00s. That's particularly true of progressive-house-leaning tunes like "Driving to Heaven" and "Everything," which show off Tiësto's deeper side.

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