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5 Years of mau5


Download links and information about 5 Years of mau5 by Deadmau5. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 02:25:50 minutes.

Artist: Deadmau5
Release date: 2014
Genre: Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 22
Duration: 02:25:50
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No. Title Length
1. Ghosts 'n' Stuff (feat. Rob Swire) 5:28
2. Raise Your Weapon 8:22
3. I Remember (Vocal Mix) (featuring Kaskade) 9:53
4. Some Chords 7:23
5. Strobe (Club Edit) 6:19
6. The Veldt (feat. Chris James) [8 Minute Edit] 8:40
7. Brazil (2nd Edit) 6:37
8. Aural Psynapse 7:30
9. Not Exactly 9:15
10. Sofi Needs a Ladder 6:41
11. Some Chords (Dillon Francis Remix) 4:52
12. Ghosts 'n' Stuff (feat. Rob Swire) [Chuckie Remix] 6:03
13. The Veldt (feat. Chris James) [Edit] (featuring Eric Prydz) 6:27
14. Maths (Botnek Remix) 4:23
15. Raise Your Weapon (Madeon Extended Remix) 4:15
16. Strobe (Michael Woods 2014 Remix) 7:11
17. I Remember (Shiba San Remix) (featuring Kaskade) 5:35
18. Raise Your Weapon (Wax Motif Remix) 4:33
19. Sofi Needs a Ladder (Pig&Dan Remix) 7:40
20. Ghosts 'n' Stuff (feat. Rob Swire) [Nero Remix] 6:55
21. Maths (Cobra Effect Remix) 4:43
22. Raise Your Weapon (Maywald Remix) 7:05



In the last half-decade, Joel Zimmerman (a.k.a. Deadmau5) has become one of the most bankable and outspoken artists on the EDM scene. 5 Years of Mau5 acts as a portable Deadmau5, collecting the Toronto producer's best tracks, as well as remixes from artists in the orbit of his mau5trap label. To hear what makes Zimmerman the elite sonic engineer that he is, dig the rich harmonics that comprise "Some Chords," the corrosive dubstep break in "Raise Your Weapon," or the interlocking arpeggios of "Strobe." Among the remixers, Nero make "Ghosts 'n' Stuff" sound like it stuck a fork in an electrical socket, and Shiba San renders "I Remember" as pulsing U.K. garage.