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Super Exciting

I am in love with Left Behinds and The Universe. All the other tracks I am excited for as well, especially the opener and closer. Artists don't tend to put those on Itunes. For example, Nicky Romeros opener version of Tolouse that he uses to open shows isn't on Itunes and plenty of other artists don't do it either. That's what I think will make Revealed Volume 5 very desirable.

This is quality

So my rich relatives got me a $100 iTunes gift card (since I'm like the biggest music lover) and I was on iTunes literally all night trying to find an album that would blow my mind. I'm a huge edm fan, especially of: Alesso, Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, SHM, Armin Van Buuren, Martin Garrix and Deadmau5. Hardwell wasn't on my list and frankly, I was really disappointed to find that he was considered the number one DJ. I realized that it was immature to dislike a DJ because of beating my favorites, so I decided to check out this album. And what can I say? My mind was blown. Well done, Hardwell. I look forward to more.

Great Album With Few Hiccups

Hardwell did an excellent job on this album. It was quality over quantity.

1. Everybody was in the Place: 8/10 It is rare for DJ's to put on set opening tracks which is why it gets 8/10. Not one of my favorites but is unique.

2. Left Behinds: 8/10 It is a good song but goes a little long and is repetitive.

3. The Universe: 10/10 Amazing beat. Favorite song on the whole album.

4. Zenith: 7/10 Not a big fan of this one. It is a short edit that isn't that great.

5. Rambo: 9/10 Hardwell nailed this edit. Very catchy tune.

6. Fire in our Hearts: 10/10 A nice infusion of EDM with lyrics to break a bit of his mold.

7. District: 9/10 Nice big pumping beat. Love this track.

8. 97: 7.5/10 This is from his Ultra set, an ok song with an unnessisary voice over.

9. Jumbo: 8.5/10 Another big beat track which i find easy to listen to.

10. Dare You: 8/10 Hardwell's concert edit of Dare You which is good but not as good as Tiësto's remix.

11. Ravefield: 9/10 Would be 10 but I don't feel like it is much different from what is the norm in the dance industry but is still very good.

12. Momentum: 7/10 This is a hardcore dance song and a little strong for my taste.

13. Radical: 6/10 Doesn't sound much different from any other Dryro and Dannic song they have put out. Worst song on the album.

14. Ping Pong: 9/10 Another Hardwell set remix that is a unique remix. I especially like that is Armin van Burren.

15. Sounds Like: 6.5/10 Another Dryro song. I really hate to beat this horse but I really don't like him. Sounds the same.

16. Arcadia: 8/10 Arcadia is a good song but the vocalist can be annoying.

17. Rampage: 8/10 Hardwell played this at Ultra and was a very enjoyable track. I like the beat that sounds hardcore but doesn't every really get to intense.

18. Rocket Spaceman: 8.5/10 The final track on the album and at Ultra. The two songs never really mix, they just replace eachother. Really more of a mash-up than a remix.

FINAL VERDICT: This is significantly better than his last album. It is a good album for those getting introduced to the genre and for those who have listened for a while.


Born: January 7, 1988 in Breda, The Netherlands

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A superstar Dutch DJ who helped shape the EDM explosion of 2012-2013, Robbert van de Corput became Hardwell when he began DJing at the age of 13. Watching the massive dance parties broadcast on MTV influenced the teen Hardwell to learn how to mix, and he soon became interested in remixing and working on his own productions. His remixing debut came in 2006 when his version of the Underdog Project's "Summer Jam" hit the clubs, then 2007 found him remixing the stadium techno act Scooter ("Lass Uns Tanzen")...
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