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Saturday, January 26, 2008

Armin van Buuren - A State of Trance 336

Armin van Buuren - A State of Trance 336

Armin van Buuren - A State of Trance

Genre.............: Trance
Quality............: CBR 192, (avg. bitrate: 192kbps)
Channels........: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Playing Time....: 02:02:15
Total Size........: 165.49 MB
Air Date...........: 24.01.2008
Release Date...: 24.01.2008


01. Stone Canyon feat LDN - Rest Here
02. Allure feat Julie Thompson - Somewhere Inside Of Me (Andy Duguid Remix)
03. Tracy Thorn - Grand Canyon (Dirty South Vocal Mix)
04. Ashley Wallbridge feat Meighan Nealon - I Believe (Sied van Riel Remix)
05. In Progress - Crossover (John Huijbers Remix)
06. Seth Hutton feat Kirsty Hawkshaw - Don't Look Behind You (Leon Bolier Remix)
07. Ferry Corsten & Howard Jones - Into The Dark (Breakfast Remix)
08. Steve Anderson - Neve
09. Matt Cerf & Jaren - Let Me Breathe (Bissen Remix)
10. Robbie van Doe - Correlation
11. Jon O'Bir presents Outlaw vs Oliver Smith - Ways Of Nimbus (Daniel Kandi Mashup)
12. Luminary - Amsterdam (Super 8 & Tab Remix) (Future Favorite)
13. Ben Gold feat Senadee - Say The Words (Aly & Fila Remix) (Tune Of The Week)
14. Nitrous Oxide - Waves
15. Marcos - Cosmic String (2008 Remake)
16. Adam Szabo - Altra
17. Ernesto vs Bastian - Thrill (Reflecting Diversity Mix)
18. Van Gelder - Together (North Star Remix)
19. Binary Finary - 1998 (Binary's Finality Mix) (ASOT Radio Classic)



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