In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 3: Panama

In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 3: Panama

by Tiësto

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Overview

Part three of the In Search of Sunrise series is an enjoyable assortment of gently paced nightlife trance. Finishing the mix from Panama, DJ Tiësto is once again fond of the slow buildup approach, delaying the first danceable moment for a few songs in, and creates an inviting atmosphere of festival-friendly dance and restful tidal melodies. Highlights include World Clique's staggered, snaking "Don't Do It," Starecase's reminiscently '80s track "Faith," and the climatic old-fashioned trance troika of Way out West, Nalin & Kane, and Jericho. The welcome return of Solar Stone is sure to turn heads as well, but their reappearance sags a bit and uncomfortably reminds one just how much of In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 3, in spite of bettering its predecessors, owes its existence to 1999's Seven Cities.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/23/2002
Label: Songbird
UPC: 0808798200721
catalogNumber: 7
Rank: 89852

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tiësto   Primary Artist
Paul Oakenfold   Track Performer
Way Out West   Track Performer
Nalin & Kane   Track Performer
DJ Hooligan   Track Performer
Solar Stone   Track Performer
Starecase   Track Performer
Tremor   Track Performer
Chiller Twist   Track Performer
Argonaut   Track Performer
Nicola Hitchcock   Vocals
Carla Werner   Vocals
Jokate Benson   Vocals
Jericho   Track Performer
Moya Ruskin   Vocals

Technical Credits

Steve Gibbs   Producer
Way Out West   Producer
Tiësto   Liner Notes
Chiller Twist   Producer
Rich Mowatt   Producer
Siggi Wafzig   Producer
Andy Bury   Producer
Baggy Bukaddor   Composer,Producer

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In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 3: Panama 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
DJ Tiesto takes you on an incredible musical journey with this cd. It starts out relaxing and slow and then builds up tempo towards the end , but not too much. It's just enough for when your in the mood for a relaxing evening. It's Trance at it's best because it does exactly that. If you want to escape for awhile, jump in your car, put in the cd and just drive...you'll never forget the experience!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This entire CD blends together to make for a very relaxing - yet uptempo - piece of nearly perfect stuff! It starts off slow when compared to the "bouncing off the walls" type music like that of Louie Devito, yet it keeps up a lively pace all of its own. It seems to get a little better in the second half, but the beginning is a beautiful beginning to a CD that is best enjoyed in its entirety! This is NOT "simply a medley of overplayed dance songs" like so many other CDs are that are out there now, but I find this one to be a very refreshing change from so many of the others!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago