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A Town Called Paradise (Deluxe)


Download links and information about A Town Called Paradise (Deluxe) by DJ Tiësto / DJ Tiesto. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:13:11 minutes.

Artist: DJ Tiësto / DJ Tiesto
Release date: 2014
Genre: Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:13:11
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No. Title Length
1. Red Lights 4:22
2. Footprints (feat. Cruickshank) 4:17
3. Light Years Away (feat. DBX) 3:43
4. A Town Called Paradise (feat. Zac Barnett) 4:09
5. Written In Reverse (feat. Matthew Koma) (featuring Hardwell) 4:28
6. Echoes (feat. Andreas Moe) 4:59
7. Last Train (feat. Ladyhawke) (featuring Firebeatz) 4:48
8. Wasted (feat. Matthew Koma) 3:10
9. Let's Go (feat. Icona Pop) 3:22
10. The Feeling (feat. Ou Est Le Swimming Pool) 4:45
11. Shimmer (feat. Christian Burns) 3:32
12. Rocky (featuring Kaaze) 4:20
13. Close To Me (feat. Quilla) (featuring Sultan, Ned Shepard) 4:24
14. Set Yourself Free (feat. Krewella) 4:39
15. Don't Hide Your Light (feat. Denny White) (featuring MOTI) 3:15
16. Calling On Angels (feat. Elan Lea) (featuring Fred Falke) 3:16
17. Can't Forget (featuring Torres, Dzeko) 4:10
18. Take Me (feat. Kyler England) [Radio Edit] 3:32



Tiesto's done it all—almost. With a career that spans two decades, the superstar DJ was there for the dawn of EDM and has played to crowds of millions in nearly every club in the known universe. And yet, A Town Called Paradise is his first studio album for a major label. It's also a stylistic departure: venturing away from the synthetic trance of previous efforts, Paradise features guest vocals from the likes of Icona Pop and American Authors' Zac Barnett, as well as pianos, guitars, and even a few live drums. "Wasted" has a quirky '80s charm to it, while the single "Red Lights," with a soaring chorus and playful electric guitar, is Tiesto's first American radio single. Not surprisingly, dubstep deviants Krewella blow off the roof on "Set Yourself Free."