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In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 5: Los Angeles

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    One of my favorite Trance Albums of all time.

    This CD is really the album that got me into Trance music. Tiesto does an excellent job on the mix, choosing great tracks that you can just close your eyes to and imagine yourself in a different place. He also transitions perfectly, allowing for a seamless mix! CD1 is my personal favorite, which is a journey in itself. Oddly enough, this music can pull you off into dreams, yet it can also keep you dancing (if played at louder volumes). It's one of the few genre's I've seen that can serve both purposes. I would definitely recommend this album to anyone either dipping into Trance music for the first time, or a returning fan just looking for something more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    I was hooked to Tiesto with Nyana and the Summerbreeze albums, however my attention died down after running through Tiesto's Just Be and Parade of the Athletes a couple of times. I have to admit, I was always a little reluctant to go to the SoS series since I was under the impression it was somewhat "calmer" than his previous releases. I'm glad to say that I was completely thrilled with the awesome display of sound and rhythm. I would also highly recommend the second disc due a smaller use of senseless vocals (although I do make exceptions for the "Empty Streets" and "Moonlight Party" tracks). I did enjoy that I didn't have the slightest desire to skip tracks on pretty much the entire mid-section of disc 2 (what a great block). Basically, the only way NOT to be satisfied is to have too high of expectation of vol 5 or you're just looking for an excuse to abandon a unique artist. I came in fresh (to SoS) and I'm hooked.

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