13 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Cello-and-piano superstars The Piano Guys present another thrilling mix of classical, rock, pop, and originals. Limitless kicks off with a typically daring mash-up of Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 and The Chainsmokers’ hit “Something Just Like This”—the start of a wide-ranging adventure taking in songs from The Greatest Showman and Ed Sheeran, plus two tracks by K-pop group BTS: the anthemic “DNA” and intimate ballad “Epiphany.” But it’s arguably The Piano Guys’ original compositions that work best: “First Dance,” with its echoes of Bach, is an exquisite instrumental aria, while the title track is driving dance music played and produced with consummate skill.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Cello-and-piano superstars The Piano Guys present another thrilling mix of classical, rock, pop, and originals. Limitless kicks off with a typically daring mash-up of Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 and The Chainsmokers’ hit “Something Just Like This”—the start of a wide-ranging adventure taking in songs from The Greatest Showman and Ed Sheeran, plus two tracks by K-pop group BTS: the anthemic “DNA” and intimate ballad “Epiphany.” But it’s arguably The Piano Guys’ original compositions that work best: “First Dance,” with its echoes of Bach, is an exquisite instrumental aria, while the title track is driving dance music played and produced with consummate skill.

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