19 Songs, 1 Hour 23 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tiësto’s fiercely pop-minded fourth album is widely hailed as the dawn of EDM. Its impact is undeniable: Combining the energy and synthesized euphoria that governed European dance-pop with vocals from headliners like Nelly Furtado and Tegan and Sara, it marked the Dutch producer’s stylistic evolution from warehouse-rattling deep cuts to glossy commercial house. As melodic club bangers like “Escape Me (feat. C.C. Sheffield)” and “Knock You Out (feat. Emily Haines)” found equal success on pop radio, they revealed the appetite of a mainstream audience eager to turn up the dial.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tiësto’s fiercely pop-minded fourth album is widely hailed as the dawn of EDM. Its impact is undeniable: Combining the energy and synthesized euphoria that governed European dance-pop with vocals from headliners like Nelly Furtado and Tegan and Sara, it marked the Dutch producer’s stylistic evolution from warehouse-rattling deep cuts to glossy commercial house. As melodic club bangers like “Escape Me (feat. C.C. Sheffield)” and “Knock You Out (feat. Emily Haines)” found equal success on pop radio, they revealed the appetite of a mainstream audience eager to turn up the dial.

TITLE TIME

More By Tiësto

You May Also Like