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DC to Light
DC to Light is the fourth studio album by American DJ, Morgan Page. It was released on 9 June 2015, via Nettwerk Productions. The album is charted on the Billboard 200, Top Dance/Electronic Albums, Independent Albums and Heatseekers Albums charts.
Club Life, Vol. 3 - Stockholm
Club Life, Vol. 3 - Stockholm is a mixed compilation album by Dutch DJ/producer Tiësto. It is the third installment of his Club Life compilation series.
The Rules of Dada
The Rules of Dada is the second studio album by the Swedish electronic music duo Dada Life. It was released on October 16, 2012 by Dada Life's independent record label So Much Dada and Universal. The album features a very heavily club-influenced electro house sound, and lyrically it discusses general carelessness with a lighthearted, almost humorous tone. Three of the album's eleven tracks are entirely instrumental, the remaining eight tracks feature vocals from various artists such as Britta Persson, Vincent Pontare, Michaela Shiloh, as well as Anthony Mills.
The album peaked at number 116 on the Billboard 200 during the week of November 3.
Damage Control is the debut studio album by British electronic music producer Mat Zo. It peaked at number 1 on the US Billboard Top Heatseekers chart, and number 7 on the US Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album in 2013.
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Album Title Goes Here is the sixth studio album by Canadian electronic music producer Deadmau5, released on September 21, 2012 by Mau5trap and Ultra Records in the United States and Canada and by Parlophone Records in the United Kingdom. The album is considered to be more experimental than deadmau5's previous albums, and he stated in an interview with Fuse that he had been considering producing music similar to his debut album Get Scraped again. It is the last studio album by deadmau5 to be released by Ultra Records, as well as his only album to be released by Parlophone.
Album Title Goes Here spawned five singles: "Maths", "The Veldt", "Professional Griefers", "Channel 42" and "Telemiscommunications". The album received a nomination for Best Dance/Electronica Album at the 55th Grammy Awards.
City Of Dreams
All These Roads (feat. Zella Day and Sam Martin)
Calling (Lose My Mind) (Remixes)
Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso
Past Present Felix EP
Worlds Apart is an EP by American producer Seven Lions. Released on April 29, 2014 on Casablanca Records, the EP contains five tracks: "Don't Leave" with Ellie Goulding, "Worlds Apart" and "Keep It Close" with Estonian singer Kerli, "Nepenthe", and "Strangers". The album charted at No. 76 on The Billboard 200, and No. 2 on Top Electronic Albums in the US.
The Stockholm Syndrome
You're Gonna Love Again
Forget The World (Deluxe)
Forget the World is the debut studio album by Dutch music producer and DJ Afrojack. It was released on 16 May 2014. Afrojack said of the album title, "It's basically a message not just to my fans, but also to myself, to always remember to keep following your heart, keep following your path, and never try to let the things around you get you down."
Prepare for Lift Off EP
Sander van Doorn & Mayaeni
Before I'm Yours
Calling All Heroes
Dancing In My Head
Eric Turner vs Avicii
Weekend In America
Weekend in America is the debut studio album released by American electro house artist Wolfgang Gartner, released on September 20, 2011 on Ultra Records. A departure from Gartner's previous releases of primarily DJ tracks, the album includes collaborations with several hip-hop artists, including Eve, Jim Jones, and Cam'ron. Although introducing this new facet of Gartner's music, Weekend in America features a mix of both pure DJ tracks and tracks with hip-hop influence. Singles from the album included "Illmerica", "Ménage à Trois", "Space Junk", "Forever", and "Still My Baby".
Some Remixed and Some Extended
The Fire (feat. Madame Buttons)
Leave Me Behind
Bauer & Lanford
Bring You To Life (Transcend) [feat. RAS]
Steve Aoki & Rune RK
Get Wet is the debut studio album by American electronic dance music band Krewella. It was released in the United States on September 24, 2013 by Columbia Records. This is their only album with former member, Kris "Rain Man" Trindl, who later resigned from the group in 2014. It was preceded by the singles "Killin' It", "Come & Get It", "Alive", "Live for the Night" and "Enjoy the Ride".
Bass King Vs. X-Vertigo Feat Golden Sun
Eric Prydz Presents Pryda (Deluxe Version)
Siren (Armin van Buuren / Kill The Buzz Remixes)
In Time (feat. Anabel Englund) (Remixes)
We Will Stand (feat. Frederick)
The Runners & Alec Maire
We Are All We Need
Above & Beyond
We Are All We Need is the third studio album by British progressive trance group Above & Beyond. It was released on 16 January 2015 by Anjunabeats. The album is their first studio album to feature new material since Group Therapy. It is the first album released under the name Above & Beyond not to feature collaborations with British singer-songwriter Richard Bedford. However it features a track with Justine Suissa, the group's longtime collaborator on the OceanLab project.
Things Can Only Get Better
Cedric Gervais & Howard Jones
Together We Are (feat. Chris James) [Remixes]
Out Of My Mind
The Night Out EP
Save The World (The Remixes)
Swedish House Mafia
Send Me Your Love (KDrew Remix)
Let This Last Forever (Remixes)
Keep It Coming
Nadia Ali & Starkillers
Nicky Romero vs. Krewella
3LAU & Paris & Simo
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