Archive for February, 2012

I cannot believe it is true, but Laidback Luke is coming to Madison, Wis. on April 10. And tickets are only $20! Some have heard me claim that he is the best House DJ in the world, and while I still stand by this claim, I can write no further without commenting on his recent productions.

In my opinion, Laidback Luke was the No. 1 DJ in 2010 and has been a trailblazer for the Dutch House genre that has grown to mass popularity in the past couple of years. However, even though I voted for Laidback Luke in my DJMag poll this year (you only get five votes), his productions over the past year have been mediocre at best.

Nonetheless, this show is a must-attend because Laidback Luke’s track record speaks for itself. He is one of the most technical DJs in the world and a true talent. Many DJs just press play, as you may have heard, but every Laidback Luke show is unique because of the work he puts into his sets. I have only seen him twice before, but I have never seen a DJ that manages to fit more songs and more genres into one set on a consistent basis. He plays all ranges of House music, but has also been known to drop Dubstep, Hip-Hop and sometimes Trance into his sets.

I first got into Laidback Luke when reading through my buddy Jack’s blog called Big10HouseMafia. I downloaded every track that I liked and started to notice that I was downloading a ton of Laidback Luke. That may have been due to the amount he posted his songs, but even so, I must have collected at least 10 in the first couple of days of my search. Jack posts mostly Tech House now, which I don’t care for, but I accredit him with turning me onto Dutch House.

This list could be over 60 songs long, but I tried to pick the 20 best for people to decipher through prior to the show. Luckily, there is a lot of time.

Laidback Luke has been responsible for some of the biggest House anthems to date, including “Leave The World Behind” and “Show Me Love.” But he is also a remix master. “Delirious (Laidback Luke Remix)” was one of the first songs I can remember posting on Facebook that I dubbed a banger. “Dirty Talk (Laidback Luke Remix)” and “Do! Do! Do! (Laidback Luke Remix)” are also definitely up there in my favorite songs of all-time.

Every song is worth a listen and the list focuses on the diversity of Laidback Luke’s portfolio of productions. Enjoy!

  1. Be – Laidback Luke, Steve Angello [House]
  2. Blau! – Laidback Luke & Lee Mortimer [Electro House]
  3. Brand New Bitch (Laidback Luke) – Anjulie [Electro House]
  4. Cinema (Laidback Luke Remix) – Benny Benassi [House]
  5. Delirious (Laidback Luke Remix) – David Guetta [Progressive House]
  6. Dirty Talk (Laidback Luke Remix) – Wynter Gordon [Electro House]
  7. Do! Do! Do! (Laidback Luke Remix) – Carte Blanche [Electro House]
  8. Dutchano (Laidback Luke Edit) – Avesta & B Valley [Progressive House]
  9. Heartbreaker (Laidback Luke Remix) – MSTRKRFT [Electro House]
  10. Hey Sexy Lady (Laidback Luke Remix) – iSquare [Progressive House]
  11. Indestructible (Laidback Luke Club Mix) – Robyn [Progressive House]
  12. Leave The World Behind – Laidback Luke, Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, Steve Angello [Progressive House]
  13. My G*O*D* (Guns on Demo) – Laidback Luke [Electro House]
  14. Pon De Floor (Laidback Luke Remix) – Major Lazer [Electro House]
  15. Show Me Love (Extended Mix) – Laidback Luke, Steve Angello [House]/Show Me One (Laidback Luke Bootleg) – Swedish House Mafia [Progressive House]
  16. Till Tonight – Laidback Luke [Progressive House]
  17. Timebomb – Laidback Luke [Progressive House]
  18. Turbulence (Club Mix) – Laidback Luke & Steve Aoki [Electro House]
  19. Who’s Wearing The Cap – Laidback Luke & Sander van Doorn [Progressive House]
  20. You Used To Hold Me (Laidback Luke Remix) – Calvin Harris [House]

Random Playlist: Valentine’s Day

For those of you that don’t know, I use to be extremely into emo music in high school before discovering Radiohead senior year and moving onto “better” music. I also used to love the shit out of Blink-182! I have since moved on from that genre and listen to exclusively EDM, but sometimes it is still nice to stop raging face from the moment I wake up until I go to bed.

Turns out this playlist was not even close to as easy to make as I imagined. Sure, there are plenty of EDM songs about love and/or heartbreak, but I was going for a very specific type of track for this Valentine’s Day playlist.

The lyrics must be a focus of the song and I would have preferred if none of them had overwhelming drops. Most of them achieve in this area with the exception of “Thing Called Love (Extended Club Mix).” Having a large drop often ruins the message of a song and people often forget to examine a track as a whole. Rather, I prefered the songs on the list to have a steady, soothing beat that does not waiver much.

There might be some obvious songs missing from this list, but I wanted them to be true love songs as opposed to songs about love stories. One of my current favorite Trance songs, “George Square,” falls into this category.

Other songs, as my friends from TaDeD would tell you, can bring you to tears at the right moment, but those are mostly about heartbreak or love lost and I wanted this playlist to be uplifting. Easily, the most moving song for me is “Man On The Run” by Dash Berlin.

I’m also not happy Avicii made this list three times.

I felt obligated to make this playlist with 10 songs, but the real heart of it can be heard in “Falling In Love With Brazil (Kaskade Mashup),” “Never Let Me Go (Extended Mix),” “On My Mind (Pierce Fulton Remix)” and “True Love.”

I wanted to prove to people that EDM is not just about partying with this playlist, but unfortunately that may not be the direction this music is headed. Nonetheless, enjoy the playlist and hopefully you can share these songs with someone you care about!

  1. Drowning (Avicii Remix) – Armin Van Buuren [Trance]
  2. Falling In Love With Brazil (Kaskade Mashup) – Haley vs. Deadmau5 [Progressive House]
  3. Let Me Show You Love (Ash & Avicii’s Hype Machine Mix) – Ash [Progressive House]
  4. Make My Heart (Avicii’s Replacer Mix) – Toni Braxton  [Progressive House]
  5. Never Let Me Go (Extended Mix) – Chris Reece [House]
  6. On My Mind (Pierce Fulton Remix) – Cody Simpson [Progressive House]
  7. Show Me Love (Hardwell Sunrise Mix) – Steve Angello & Laidback Luke [House]
  8. Thing Called Love (Extended Club Mix) – Above & Beyond [Trance]
  9. True Love – George Acosta [Trance]
  10. Youtopia – Armin Van Buuren [Trance]

Also since this is my blog and I can post whatever music I want, here is my favorite song ever. It shaped most of my teenage angst in high school.

Bonus emo track: Always – Blink-182

My Sets: 2/13/12

Many of you have now had the chance to see DJ Gummi Bear perform live, and maybe you have noticed certain songs being repeated. Because of this, I have decided to create a new section featuring tracks that are frequently heard in my sets.

I really should just mix them.


  1. Angel On My Shoulder Reaver 76 (Kaskade Mashup) – Kaskade vs Tiesto, Hardwell, EDX & Marco V [Electro House]
  2. Antidote (Tommy Trash Remix) – Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party [Electro House]
  3. Don’t Stop The Levels (Project 46 Mashup) – Avicii vs. Journey [Progressive House]
  4. Glasgow – David Guetta [Electro House]
  5. It’s Not Right But It’s Ok (Main Mix) – Walter Fargi, Trasko [Progressive House]
  6. Louder (Hardwell Remix) – DJ Fresh [Electro House]
  7. Rolling In The Deep (Tom Buster & Kidzoy Remix) – Adele [Progressive House]
  8. Spaceman – Hardwell [Electro House]
  9. We’re Gonna Start – Leventina [Progressive House]
  10. We Found Love (Chuckie Remix) – Calvin Harris [Progressive House]
  11. Without You (Armin Van Buuren Remix) – David Guetta [Trance]

My Equipment: Novation Twitch

Many of my readers have gotten the chance to see me DJ at various parties, and I thought I would take this opportunity to showcase my equipment.

One thing that must be said about my DJing is that it is wildly unconventional. I taught myself everything I know, and I am sure I do not do it correctly.

Also, unlike every other DJ on the planet, I do not do any prep work before I play my sets. A normal DJ would set up hot cues and loops ahead of time, but I do everything on the fly. This is mostly a disadvantage because it gives me less time to mess with the song playing since I am so busy setting up the next one. However, it does make every set unique and it’s more exciting.

But really, I am an idiot and should make hot cues for myself.

I use what is called a controller, different from a mixer or turntables, but honestly I can’t tell you why. Essentially, my hardware (the controller) is synced with software on my laptop, which I control from the controller. DJs could technically just use the software to mix, but the controller offers an easy interface to manipulate the music you are playing.

Disclaimer: I am in no way on expert on this.

I am still figuring out how to maximize my controller and there is still a lot to learn. So if you see my restarting my sets in the middle, it’s probably because some jerk touched something and I have no idea how to fix it.

My specific controller is called the Twitch by Novation. It is pretty state-of-the-art and much different than others out there. The software it is paired with is called Serato Itch, but it can also be mapped to work with Traktor. Watch the video!

Some similarities the Twitch has with other controllers are that it has two decks and can be maximized to play four at a time. It also has two faders and the generic low, mid, and high knobs.

One of its biggest visible differences is that it has touch strips instead of turntables. I use the strips to navigate through songs and they can also be used to scratch. I have no idea how to do that. Loop lengths and other effects can also be manipulated by moving my finger up on down the strips.

Another big difference between the Twitch and other controllers are the 16 touchpads that can switch between hot cues, auto loops, loop roll, and a feature exclusive to the Twitch called slicing. Slicing allows me to isolate eight beats of a single track and mash them up just like a beat grid.

Like other controllers, the Twitch has internal effects, including LPF, HPF, flanger, phaser, etc. But where my equipment differs is that the faders can be turned into effects knobs with the click of a button. This is pretty cool because I can effectively use three effects at the same time.

I hope you found this interesting, and as you can tell, I know very little about being a DJ.

Go here for more information.

Random Playlist: Origins

I am very excited to share this post with everyone because it includes the 20 songs I accredit for getting me into EDM, hence “Origins.” All but four of the tracks were found on Hype Machine and are in order of when I discovered them. I also no longer have any of these songs because my hard drive was stolen.

I first got into Tiesto my freshman year in college when a few friends of mine would play his In Search of Sunrise albums on repeat when we would hang out or get ready to go out. I could not stop listening to Magik 6: Live in Amsterdam. My favorites included “Voyage” and “Fratty Boy,” but no track stuck out as much as “Silence (Tiesto In Search Of Sunrise Remix).” I miss Tiesto as a Trance producer and this song spoke to me even when I had very limited knowledge of EDM.

The next big step in my EDM journey was the discovery of Hype Machine. I have featured this website on my blog before in the Where I Find Music section, but if you haven’t visited, you are missing out on one of the best websites on the Internet!

I found HypeM in March of my sophomore year and have never looked back.

Luckily, one of the first songs I found on HypeM was “Starry Eyed (Russ Chimes Remix),” which I still consider the best EDM track of 2010, even though “One” by Swedish House Mafia takes that title by a landslide.

Around this time, Deadmau5 was just blowing up on the web and I began to encounter hits I had heard the previous summer during his 2009 set at Lollapalooza, including “Strobe.” I decided to look deeper and LOVED nearly every Deadmau5 song I unveiled on HypeM. For a while, his remixes of “You And I” and “The Longest Road” were the only songs I would listen to on repeat.

HypeM also exposed me to Dubstep, which I had not heard previously. I am sure the genre had been around for a while, but it really grew in popularity with the emergence of Skrillex and Rusko all over the web.

I continued to visit HypeM daily for the next five months or so, consuming all the most favorited EDM, hip-hop and indie music on its popular feed. And then I discovered “Salt Skin (Alex Metric Remix).” This song encouraged me to look deeper into Alex Metric, which led me to his August 2010 mix on his Soundcloud page. It’s a pretty incredible mix that blends Nu Disco with some of the best House out there at the time. The mix showed me there was a whole world of EDM beyond Deadmau5 and what is popular on Hype Machine.

The final step in my EDM journey is a DJ who goes by one name – Afrojack. “Take Over Control” was released during the same month as the Alex Metric mix, but this was different. I absolutely loved Afrojack’s Dutch House sound that was unlike anything else I had heard before. So, of course I listened to every single song of his on HypeM and was immediately hooked.

From there, I investigated other DJs who I had seen pop up on HypeM regularly and sought out a list of the Top DJs in the world.

The rest is history…

  1. Silence (Tiesto In Search Of Sunrise Remix) – Delerium [Trance]
  2. Starry Eyed (Russ Chimes Remix) – Ellie Goulding [Indie Dance/Nu Disco]
  3. Shine On (Heiko & Maiko Gute Laune Mix) – Sunloverz [Progressive House]
  4. Get Shaky (Ian Carey Vocal Mix) – The Ian Carey Project [House]
  5. I’m Not Alone (Deadmau5 Mix) – Calvin Harris [Progressive House]
  6. You And I (Deadmau5 Remix) – Medina [Progressive House]
  7. The Longest Road (Deadmau5 Remix) – Morgan Page [Progressive House]
  8. Hold On (Sub Focus Remix) – Rusko [Dubstep]
  9. Faxing Berlin (Grifta Dubstep Remix) – Deadmau5 [Dubstep]
  10. Phantom II (Boys Noize Unreleased Turbine Remix) – Justice [Electronica]
  11. Swoon (Boys Noize Summer Mix) – Chemical Brothers [Electronica]
  12. Spaceship (Pance Party Remix) – Benny Benassi [Electro House]
  13. Mornin’ After Dark (Wolfgang Gartner Remix) – Timbaland [Electro House]
  14. Falling In Love With Brazil (Kaskade Mashup) – Haley vs Deadmau5 [Progressive House]
  15. Heartbreak (Bare Noize Remix) – M’Black [Dubstep]
  16. Heads Will Roll (A-Trak Remix) – Yeah Yeah Yeahs [Indie Dance/Nu Disco]
  17. Salt Skin (Alex Metric Remix) – Ellie Goulding [Indie Dance/Nu Disco]
  18. Rainbow Trout – Joe And Will Ask [Progressive House]
  19. Dance The Way I Feel (Armand Van Helden Club Mix) – Ou Est Le Swimming Pool [House]
  20. Take Over Control (Extended Mix) – Afrojack [Electro House]

Most of the time when I listen to EDM, I pay attention mostly to the producer of a songs and not the vocalist. However, in this circumstance that is not the case. May I introduce you to the beautiful, the talented Nadia Ali.

If you don’t know Ali, her Twitter description describes here PERFECTLY: “I sing the songs that make you tingle when you’re dancing.”

Every song that Ali provides her vocals for becomes an instant classic, and as you can imagine, ranking the songs on this playlist in order was impossible because they are all phenomenal. No matter what genre she sings over, the song is always incredible.

I will go as far as saying that Ali has the best voice in all of EDM. Haley, who is featured on a number of earlier Kaskade tracks may be my second favorite.

The list is an attempt at my favorites in order. I am sure I have left out some songs she is featured in, but every one of these deserves a listen.

❤ Nadia Ali

  1. Pressure (Alesso Remix) – Starkillers, Alex Kenji, Nadia Ali [Progressive House]
  2. Fantasy (Morgan Page Remix Extended Mix) – Nadia Ali [Progressive House]
  3. Call My Name (Spencer & Hill Remix) – Sultan & Ned Shepard, Nadia Ali [Electro House]
  4. Believe It (Club Mix) – Spencer & Hill, Nadia Ali [Electro House]
  5. Keep It Coming – Starkillers, Nadia Ali [Progressive House]/Keep It Coming (Basto Remix) – Starkillers, Nadia Ali [Progressive House]
  6. Feels So Good (Club Mix) – Armin Van Buuren, Nadia Ali [Trance]
  7. Rapture (Avicii New Generation Extended Mix) – Nadia Ali [Progressive House]

NEW RELEASE: This Is Your Life (Club Mix) – EDX, Nadia Ali [Progressive House]

I did it again and I am sorry. It’s been much longer than a week since I posted, so I am making up for it with a ton of songs on this EDM playlist, as well as a few more big posts tonight.

If you didn’t already hear, someone stole my external hard drive, which means I lost about 600 songs. This has put a big damper on my music listening and has also greatly affected what I play in my sets. Regardless, come by my frat on Saturday if you want to see DJ Gummi Bear live this weekend!

I also was traveling all weekend with our wrestling team and had little time to fit in music sourcing between all of their tears. We got crushed!

Anyway, this week’s playlist features a whole host of EDM genres, including a new one – Moombahton! I listen to Moombahton pretty regularly on BBC Radio One, which I stream to my Android phone, but rarely hear a song worth posting about. Other genres in the playlist include Dubstep, Electro House, Progressive House, Techno and Trance. If you have been keeping up with this blog, then you know I have been on a Trance bender and you are in luck because there are three HUGE Trance tracks I have been waiting on that were just recently released!

The list is rather long, so I will feature a few and bold the ones I think are standouts on the playlist.

Must listens include “In My Mind (Axwell Mix),” which everyone remembers as the beautiful track no one knew during Swedish House Mafia’s set live from Madison Square Garden. Nicky Romero makes a huge comeback with “Generation 303,” and “George Square” is just as epic as I imagined it would be when I first heard it during Kyau & Albert’s TATW 400 set. Both “Must Be The Feeling” remixes are insane and I am surprised to say this is the first time Funkagenda has ever made one of my playlists. Also, if anyone else listen’s to Above & Beyond’s weekly podcast Trance Around The World, which you should, then you have also been highly anticipating the release of “Bloom” and “Phoenix From The Flames (Maor Levi Remix).”

Songs are in alphabetical order! A number of these songs don’t have the full length versions on YouTube, so if you want a song, let me know and I’ll email it to you.

  1. Acid As 303 (Club Mix) – Manuel De La Mare, ALex Kenji [Techno]
  2. Bloom – Norin & Rad [Trance]
  3. Breakin’ A Sweat (Zedd Remix) – Skrillex [Electro House]
  4. Cephid – Nima Nesta [Progressive House]
  5. Colours (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix) – Emma Hewitt [Progressive House]
  6. Generation 303 – Nicky Romero [Electro House]
  7. George Square – Steve Brian, David Berkeley [Trance]
  8. In My Mind (Axwell Mix) – Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl [Progressive House]
  9. Legions – Orjan Nilsen [Trance]
  10. Mpire – Moguai [Progressive House]
  11. Must Be The Feeling (Delta Heavy Remix) – Nero [Moombahton]
  12. Must Be The Feeling (Funkagenda Remix) – Nero [Progressive House]
  13. Phoenix From The Flames (Maor Levi Remix) – Boom Jinx [Trance]
  14. Rock Me – Chris Moody [Electro House]
  15. Secrets Of The Arpeggiator (Eric Farias Remix) – Michael White [Electro House]
  16. There And Back – Wolfgang Gartner [Electro House]
  17. Veyron (Bassex Remix) – Lucky Date & Midnight Conspiracy [Dubstep]

Editorial: Trance > House

I have to come out and say it. After seeing Above & Beyond on Thursday night, I am over House music. Although I was still drunk, I nearly posted a one sentence disclaimer after the show: “Fuck house, ❤ Trance.” But there it is.

I’ll continue to mix it at parties and probably download just as much of it, but it simply does not compare to Trance.

House is far simpler to compose than Trance, and I am undecided on which is tougher to mix because I have heard mixed opinions on the matter. Trance has more of a complex structure within the song. Trance tracks need chords and melody, and often feature piano solos.

As you may recall from my Above & Beyond post, I described Trance as an emotional journey. This still holds true, but on a completely superficial level, Trance is also way more fun to see live. The buildups are longer, the drops are bigger and the all-around experience is far more, well, of an experience.

House music is incredibly repetitive, and while the genre has branched off into several subgenres as of late, House songs come and go, losing their impact after just a short while.

Trance is exactly what the word means; it takes you to another place. The words used to describe house include fun, lively, upbeat, or groovy, while Trance is often described as emotional, dramatic, enticing, or beautiful.

One friend describes Trance as “(bringing him) to another state of consciousness while completely sober.” That’s pretty sweet…

I also can’t forget to mention #trancefamily.

I’ve been incredibly turned off by all back-and-forth debating about which House songs are better, or if a House track is even good. You’ve all been guilty of this. One guy even decided to comment on a post I made about how contradictory and wrong I was about Avicii. That just completely goes against the spirit of EDM.

Next time you don’t like a House song you’re listening to, instead of saying it’s bad, why not suggest an alternative song. Or if you are speaking about a DJ, instead of saying they are bad, just say you don’t listen to them, or it’s not your thing.

This never happens amongst Trance fans, or at least I have yet to witness it. Trance is something that brings us together and provides a common ground. Whenever I run into another Trance fan, we share an obvious unspoken bond concerning our love of the music.

I know a lot of my readers are just getting into EDM, and I realize House and Dubstep are much easier bridges to travel, but give Trance a shot!

Featured Artist: Above & Beyond

How do I begin a featured artist post about my heroes, Above & Beyond (also Oceanlab)? These three guys, Jono, Tony and Paavo, mean the world to me, and the music they make is indescribable. Most of my readers are just getting into EDM, but really only getting into House. Trance is where EDM really reaches its “apex of music” status and Above & Beyond are at the forefront of that revolution.

House is fun to party, but Trance pulls at your heart and can truly be an emotional journey. Laugh all you want, but if you allow yourself to lost it and get lost in a trance (get it?), you’ll see what I mean.

For anyone that does not know yet, I will be traveling with the Wisconsin wrestling team to Champaign-Urbana this weekend, and just my luck, my favorite DJs in the world will be there on Thursday night! The show just sold out and the venue doesn’t even fit 1,000 people so this could be the best show of theirs I’ve seen to date.

I have seen A&B live twice, once at the House of Blues in Chicago when I had a fever of 103, and at EDC Vegas this past summer. I met a girl at EDC Vegas with the same passion for A&B soooooo that was sweet (Hey Jenna!). Every show is like a religious experience and they are the best showman in the business. Having three DJs is also pretty awesome because while one or two mix, the others can appeal to the crowd.

I don’t even know how I began this list of my favorite A&B songs. It’s missing some of their biggest tracks, including “Alone Tonight,” “Can’t Sleep,” “Air For Life,” and so many others.

But it’s not just the songs A&B make, but what they do for the genre. Many of you may have been wondering what the hell the background on my Twitter, Timeline photo, as well as the photo that went along with my original EDM Playlists on Facebook is. Well, A&B’s label is called Anjunabeats (they now also have Anjunadeep) and the music they produce on it is all incredible. Basically, every Trance producer that matters, outside of Armin Van Buuren and Tiesto, is on their label. That’s a lie, but it’s not like any of my readers would know ATB, Dash Berlin, or even Gareth Emery.

I first heard about Above & Beyond in high school when I noticed two Facebook friends discussing one of the Anjunabeats volumes. There are now nine volumes. A&B uses them to promote the best tracks in a given year on their label all in one mixtape. Seriously, check them all out. It’s also interesting to see how their sound has changed over the years because A&B has taken a HUGE step towards Progressive, but I love it. These guys used to produce Trance track after Trance track hovering near 140 BPM (that’s really fast), but have recently settled in right around 134, not near Progressive but approaching it.

Above & Beyond also have a two-hour podcast that rocks my world weekly called Trance Around The World, which can be downloaded on iTunes. They hardly play their own stuff anymore, but it is my favorite sampling of what is new and progressive on the Trance scene. If you go to a school that is as cold as mine, THIS IS THE BEST MUSIC TO POWER WALK BETWEEN CLASSES TO.  Plus, their personalities really shine through and you get a sense that #trancefamily is truly worldwide.

Just listen to the power of “Sun & Moon” live from their 400th episode of TATW in Lebanon at 1:09:32!!! I know I was screaming out loud with half a million people around the world!

Oh, they also won Essential Mix of the Year, again.

The songs are in an attempted order of my favorites. Even though I got into them in high school, I kind of missed their true Trance roots, so other Trance fanatics would be pretty pissed with this list. Because of that, I encourage you to do some searching online for more of their tracks. All the songs are Trance, so I provided the beats per minute for you to differentiate the types within the genre.

EDIT: They are the No. 5-ranked DJ group in the world.

Listen, love and appreciate. Ladies and gentlemen, this is Above & Beyond:

  1. Sun & Moon (Club Mix) – Above & Beyond [134 BPM]
  2. Thing Called Love (Extended Club Mix) – Above & Beyond [134 BPM]
  3. Prelude – Above & Beyond [134 BPM]
  4. On A Good Day (Metropolis) (Extended Mix) – Gareth Emery, Oceanlab [134 BPM]
  5. Lonely Girl (Gareth Emery Remix) – Oceanlab [134 BPM]
  6. You Got To Go – Above & Beyond [132 BPM]/You Got To Go (Above & Beyond Club Mix) – Above & Beyond [132 BPM]
  7. Formula Rossa – Above & Beyond [128 BPM]
  8. Miracle (Above & Beyond Club Mix) – Oceanlab [138 BPM]
  9. Anphonic – Above & Beyond, Kyau & Albert [132 BPM]
  10. Every Little Beat – Above & Beyond [130 BPM]