Tiesto Live Trance & Progressive DJ-Sets SPECIAL COMPILATION (2004 - 2005)

Tiesto Live Trance & Progressive DJ-Sets SPECIAL COMPILATION (2004 - 2005)

Tiesto Live Trance & Progressive DJ-Sets SPECIAL COMPILATION (2004 - 2005)

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Tiesto (2004 - 2005)
Live Trance DJ Sets Compilation

53 Live DJ-Sets + 105 Hours of Music

Choose Either DVD / 16GB USB Drive 

We have put together this Quality Collection of Trance DJ-Sets which offers the buyer a great chance to purchase this fantastic series of DJ Sets from one of the best Trance DJ's all in one Convenient Affordable DJ-Sets Compilation 

The DJ-Sets can easily be used on your Home Entertainment System, In-Car MP3 Player, Home PC / Apple Mac, Apple iPod / iPhone / iPad, Portable Music Player or Tablet and through your Smart TV or DJ Equipment using the USB Drive option, so you have a huge variety of different devices in which you can play our DJ-Set Compilations, regardless of whether you are at home, in the car, or the train or on the move. 

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Most of these collections have taken well over a decade to collect, catalog, and put together so you won't find a better collection of DJ Sets from this Artist/Group or Club/ Event anywhere else on the planet, in these discounted packages exclusive to ourselves.

With these Special Discount, Compilations will offer you the chance to purchase on either Series of DVD Discs or Portable USB Drive 

Compilation Listing


Tiesto - Live @ In Sessions (02.02.04) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ Smirnoff Experience (08.02.04) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ Miami WMC 2004 in Florida (06.03.04) – 30 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Miami WMC 2004 in Florida (10.03.04) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ UMF 2004 in Miami (06.03.04) – 75 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ M2O (17.07.04) – 2 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Melomania Deluxe (31.05.04) – 4 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Pink Pop on 3FM (30.05.04) – 45 Mins
Tiesto - Live on Trance Airwaves (15.05.04) – 2 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Trancemission Radio Show (10.07.04) – 2 Hours
Tiesto - Live on Dance Department (10.07.04) – 45 Mins
Tiesto & Cor Fijneman - Live @ Just Be Release Party (21.05.04) – 6 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Aria in Montreal (11.06.04) – 210 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Club 3001 in Duesseldorf (11.07.04) – 210 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Fortdance F5 (24.07.04) – 150 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Central Park (22.09.04) – 4 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Events Hall in Hungary (11.09.04) – 3 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ World Trade Plaza in Bucharest (17.09.04) – 90 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ One Big Weekend in Ireland (19.09.04) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ Party News (20.11.04) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ The Palladium in Hollywood (31.12.04) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live on Dance Department (25.12.04) – 3 Hours


Tiesto - Live on Contact FM Radio (2005) – 2 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ The Dam in Amsterdam (05.01.05) – 30 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Sputnik Intensivstation (19.02.05) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ Energy (2005) – 3 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ GDMA in Hannover (12.03.05) – 270 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Cubierta de Leganes (19.03.05) – 3 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Party Night (03.04.05) – 30 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Space Mountain Mission (06.04.05) – 20 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Disneyland in Paris (16.04.05) – 150 Mins
Tiesto - Live in Budapest (12.04.05) – 90 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ In Search of Sunrise 4 Party (23.04.05) – 30 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Acadamy in Glasgow (01.05.05) – 90 Mins
Tiesto - Live on Damsquare in Amsterdam (01.05.05) – 45 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ La Noche De Las Estrellas (28.05.05) – 150 Mins
Tiesto - Live on N-Joy in the Mix (18.06.05) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (08.07.05) – 2 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Club Relaks in Leszno (23.07.05) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ GKGG 2005 in Warwick (30.07.05) – 2 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Cafe Mambo in Ibiza (13.08.05) – 30 Mins
Tiesto - Live on Radio 538 Partynight (11.09.05) – 30 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ CEE Tour in Bratislava, Slovakia (04.11.05) – 3 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Incheeba in Bratislava (04.11.05) – 3 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Duplex in Prague (20.11.05) – 2 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Heineken Music Hall (03.12.05) – 6 Hours

Artists Profile  



Current Location :: Amsterdam, Netherlands 

Real Name :: Tijs Verwest

Music Genres :: Progressive, Trance

Alias/Collaboration :: Gouryella, Kamaya Painters 



At the forefront of electronic dance music since 2000, Grammy-winning Dutch DJ and producer Tiësto became one of the most recognizable figures of the genre with his legendary extended live sets, prolific output, and a pop-oriented crossover appeal that scored him multiple hit singles in the 2010s including "Red Lights," "Feel It in My Bones" with Tegan & Sara, "Wasted" with Matthew Koma, and "Jackie Chan" with Dzeko, Preme, and Post Malone. A Top Ten fixture in the DJ Mag Top 100 Ranking for decades, he has also accumulated numerous accolades throughout his career, including a Grammy in 2015 for his remix of John Legend's "All of Me" and a royal appointment as Officer of the Order of Orange-Nassau, one of the highest honors in the Netherlands.

Magik, Vol. 4: A New Adventure (Mixed by DJ Tiesto)A native of Breda, Netherlands, Tiësto was born Tijs Verwest on January 17, 1969, and first started DJ'ing at a hometown club called the Sprock. Discovered there by the GM of Rotterdam-based independent label Basic Beat Recordings, Tiësto released his first of five mix CDs as a part of the label's Forbidden Paradise series. With quick success and an accelerated work ethic, he partnered with Arny Bink in 1997 to form Black Hole Recordings, a private label that became the birthplace for both his Space Age and revered Magik series. Black Hole also brought the world the first mix compilations from artists like Ferry Corsten, Johan Gielen, and Armin van Buuren, and introduced yet another prized series called In Trance We Trust.

Summerbreeze Relentless global touring ensued and, in three short years, the world outside Holland took notice of Tiësto's talent, with Nettwerk finally signing him to a stateside deal. Summerbreeze marked Tiësto's U.S. debut, a mix album that showcased his remix of Delerium's "Silence" (featuring Sarah McLachlan), an 11-and-a-half-minute tour de force of throbbing beats and sweeping synthesizers with McLachlan's vocals at the forefront. Aside from reverberating throughout dance clubs everywhere, the remix was commercially successful as well, spending four weeks in the U.K. Top Ten, peaking at number three on the Billboard dance chart, and becoming one of the most influential tracks of the progressive dance era. Soon recognized as one of the most sought-after producers and remixers, Tiësto helped pioneer a stylized musical trend of weaving threads of ethereal female vocals deep within the ebbs and flows of pulsating electronic rhythms. He churned out remixes that ran the gamut, including tracks by Chicane, Leigh Nash of Sixpence None the Richer (on Delerium's "Innocente"), and Faithless.

In My MemoryIn My Memory, Tiësto's first solo album, was released in 2001, mixing original compositions and club anthems with more commercial fare. "Lethal Industry," its first single, reached number six on the Dutch pop chart. The following year found his catalog expanding with the release of the third volume of his hypnotically elegant, Ibiza-influenced, and aptly named mix compilation entitled In Search of Sunrise. (He would continue to mix the series through the seventh installment.) His first chart-topper, Just Be, followed in 2004, as did Parade of the Athletes, which served as the soundtrack to the opening ceremony of the 2004 Olympic Games and recalled the work of Jean Michel Jarre and Giorgio Moroder. He capped his banner year with an appointment as an Officer of the Order of Orange-Nassau (OON) by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.


Elements of LifeWhen Elements of Life arrived in 2007, Tiësto scored his second number one and also earned his first Grammy nomination for Best Electronic/Dance Album. He maintained his mainstream momentum with his fourth official LP, Kaleidoscope. Released in 2009, the year Tiësto founded the Musical Freedom label, the set included a star-studded guest list, ranging from Sigur Rós vocalist Jónsi to pop singer Nelly Furtado. "Feel It In My Bones," a collaboration with indie sister act Tegan & Sara, was certified platinum and the album became a hit in the pair's native Canada. A year later, Magikal Journey: The Hits Collection 1998-2008 rounded up some career highlights, while 2011 saw the launch of a new city-based mix series when Club Life, Vol. 1: Las Vegas hit the shelves. That year he also released a new studio album, Kiss from the Past, under his Allure alias. Club Life, Vol. 2: Miami followed a year later, featuring Tiësto's remixes of Coldplay ("Paradise") and Gotye ("Somebody That I Used to Know"), while 2013's Club Life, Vol. 3: Stockholm featured remixes of artists like Icona Pop ("I Love It") and Passion Pit ("Carried Away"). The fifth Tiësto studio album, A Town Called Paradise, appeared in 2014 on Casablanca. It featured the most pop-oriented productions of his career. Its two biggest singles, "Red Lights" and "Wasted," peaked in the Top Ten of the Billboard dance chart and earned gold and platinum certifications in multiple countries.

During the latter half of the 2010s, Tiësto continued to roll, often while collaborating with emerging producers and vocalists born after he made his recorded debut. He released well over a dozen singles in 2015 and 2016, including collaborations with Martin Garrix ("The Only Way Is Up"), the Chainsmokers ("Split [Only U]"), "On My Way" (featuring Bright Sparks), and Oliver Heldens and Natalie La Rose ("The Right Song"), the last of which resulted in a silver certification from the British Phonographic Industry.

Tiësto's remix discography grew at nearly the same rate, highlighted by his work on John Legend's "All of Me," which won a Grammy in the category of Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical. In 2018, he hit the Top Ten of the Dutch, Canadian, Irish, and U.K. charts with "Jackie Chan," a collaboration with Dzeko, Preme, and Post Malone. The track was later certified platinum in the U.S. and U.K. All the while, Tiësto remained deeply invested in many aspects of the dance music industry as an evangelist, global performer, tech startup advisor, and satellite radio DJ. Following a bevy of singles in early 2019, Tiësto issued the EP Together. Several more non-album tracks followed in 2020, including "My Frequency" with 7 Skies and Rebmoe, and "Nothing Really Matters" with Becky Hill.

The London SessionsTiesto started the 2020s with the release of his sixth official studio effort, The London Sessions. Inspired by the titular city's scene, the LP included late-2010s hits like "Jackie Chan," "God Is a Dancer" with Mabel, and "Ritual" with Jonas Blue and Rita Ora.



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