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Fannnnntastic

I saw Markus Schulz at together as one@ the La coliseum two years back. and then i saw him at the avalon in hollywood this year. He played soo many fantastic and club songs. MY favorite artist and best show ive seen live !

and lemme tell you all these songs BUMP soo hard in the club!
Saints, Gypsy Room, Red star, and KATOWICE are my favorite songs
But this whooolle album is worth purchasing.
alittle different than his normal productions but AWESOME nonetheless

Better over time

Markus Schulz sound has only improved like fine wine over time! This is a must for any Markus fan!

i liked his other music more

i just thought this album was not anywhere near as good as some of his other stuff, this one seems really dry

Biography

Born: 1975 in Germany

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in Germany but later based out of Miami, Markus Schulz is a club DJ who also hosts the influential radio show Global DJ Broadcast. Schulz’s career began in the early ‘90s when he remixed artists such as Madonna, 2 Unlimited, Backstreet Boys, and RuPaul. In 2005 he made his album debut with Without You Near, a set of productions released on Armada. In 2009, the label would release Thoughts...
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