Armin van Buuren ‎– Intense

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1 Armin van Buuren Feat. Miri Ben-Ari Intense
Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Matt NelsonEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Oscar ZambranoViolin – Miri Ben-Ari
8:47
2 Armin van Buuren Feat. Trevor Guthrie This Is What It Feels Like
Lyrics By – Jenson Vaughan*, Trevor GuthrieProducer [Vocals] – Jenson Vaughan*Vocals – Trevor GuthrieVocals [Additional Vocals] – Jenson Vaughan*Written-By – Jenson Vaughan*, John Ewbank, Trevor Guthrie
3:23
3 Armin van Buuren Feat. Cindy Alma Beautiful Life
Vocals – Cindy AlmaWritten-By – Cindy Alma, Paul Barry
6:08
4 Armin van Buuren Feat. Fiora* Waiting For The Night
Written-By, Vocals – Fiora Cutler
4:21
5 Armin van Buuren Pulsar 6:31
6 Armin van Buuren Feat. Laura Jansen Sound Of The Drums
Vocals – Laura JansenWritten-By – John Ewbank, Laura Jansen
3:55
7 Armin van Buuren Feat. Lauren Evans Alone
Vocals – Lauren EvansWritten-By – D'Mile, Lauren Evans, Victoria Horn
4:02
8 Armin van Buuren Vs NERVO Feat. Laura V.* Turn This Love Around
Vocals – Laura Vasilou*Written-By – Miriam Nervo, Olivia Nervo
5:22
9 Armin van Buuren Feat. Aruna Won't Let You Go
Recorded By [Vocals] – Armin van Buuren, Aruna Abrams*Vocals – ArunaWritten-By – Aruna Abrams*
6:34
10 Armin van Buuren In 10 Years From Now 0:56
11 Armin van Buuren Last Stop Before Heaven 6:26
12 Armin van Buuren Feat. Emma Hewitt Forever Is Ours
Vocals, Lyrics By – Emma Hewitt
6:41
13 Armin van Buuren Feat. Richard Bedford Love Never Came
Written-By, Written-By [Vocals], Performer [Vocals] – Richard Bedford
6:58
14 Armin van Buuren Who's Afraid Of 138?! 5:44
15 Armin van Buuren Feat. Bagga Bownz Reprise
Bass – Michiel EilbrachtDrums – Koen HerfstGuitar – Eller van BuurenKeyboards [Additional Keyboards] – Kitty SimonsVocals – Claudia Soumeru
3:12

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This album ℗&© 2013 Armin Audio B.V.
Under exclusive license to Armada Music B.V.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 8718522019432
  • Barcode (Text): 8 718522 019432
  • Matrix / Runout: 381960 @3 ARMA355
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LW03
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI AAHP5
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI AAHR0
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ARVA 349 Armin Van Buuren Intense(15xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Armada Various ARVA 349 Netherlands 2013
TETA069-2 Armin van Buuren Intense(CD, Album) Teta Making Music TETA069-2 Israel 2013 Sell This Version
88883711672 Armin van Buuren Intense(CD, Album) Prologic Music 88883711672 Poland 2013 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD06773 Armin van Buuren Intense(CD, Album) ООО «ПАРА МЬЮЗИК», Open Gate Records ПРЗ CD06773 Russia 2013 Sell This Version
AB-06341 Armin van Buuren Intense(CD, Album, Unofficial) Art Optimum AB-06341 Russia 2013 Sell This Version

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seanmhome

seanmhome

October 20, 2013
Very disappointing release from Armin. Where is the emotion? As others have said "Last Stop Before Heaven" is most definitely a standout and is true to trance. If vocal trance is your cup of tea, "Forever Is Ours" has a nice emotional breakdown but that's about it. The rest of the album is very much trouse with a hint of dubstep (yuck) in the title track. His previous album, Mirage, absolutely blows Intense away and Imagine is on a whole different level entirely.
s3iyaintrance

s3iyaintrance

June 11, 2013
i dont have words for this album, i only can say that armin looks tired of make amazing trance tunes, the only three powerful songs in this album are Last Stop Before Heaven,Who's Afraid Of 138?! and gaia-humming the lights in the itunes version, the other songs are sadly pop trance songs with vocals everywhere,
maybe he´s not had enought time for make quality trance tune, this is just bad,and sad
_Trisscologge_

_Trisscologge_

June 2, 2013

It's mind-boggling how bad this album really is, having thoroughly enjoyed his last few singles such as "Suddenly Summer," "I'll Listen," and "Nehalennia." In a way though, I can't say I'm too surprised. You see, a lot of these tracks represent the new era of trance; the stuff that top dogs like Orjan Nilsen, Ferry Corsten and saddly Markus Schulz are pumping out. It's basically all upbeat trouse, and I think that's why this album irritates me. I don't mind if an artist strays from their roots at some point or another. It's only natural to evolve, right? There are so many good artists out there right now, that choosing to ignore yet another one makes my job that much easier, but the problem is the fact that this is labeled trance. For the first time in many years, the industry needs to break down this one last genre for the narrow-minded club goers and finally label it as trouse. I don't want to find stuff like this anymore (along with Tiesto's and Deadmau5's garbage) in beatport's trance and progressive house sections. But enough of that now, as for this album, I can't say I enjoyed any track here. I was actually hoping that "Love Never Came" would've at least lived up to Richard Bedford's amazing vocals, but it didn't. I guess the God of trance should just stick to DJing for a little while.
aeia

aeia

May 29, 2013

Where do I begin with this one? Another frighteningly commercial generic release from AvB. This album's title is rather ironic, as it's anything but intense. You can expect yawn-worthy songs with lame pop vocals throughout (although Waiting For The Night is worth a listen I suppose, it has a charming pluck line and a nice rolling bass) all the way up until track 11, Last Stop Before Heaven, which is arguably the best track on the entire album, although that's not saying much, as the only other decent song on the album is Who's Afraid Of 138?!, though that one may only appeal to those that can appreciate a modern trance sound. Most of the tracks on this album were unlistenable to me, and stumbling upon Last Stop Before Heaven was like finding a diamond in a pile of rocks. However, hearing this track frustrated me, as it shows that Armin is still more than capable of putting out a good trance tune, he just chooses not to. I ripped these 2 songs to my computer and shelved the cd and don't think I'll listen to it again. If you're into trance, I'd suggest just getting Last Stop Before Heaven & Who's Afraid Of 138?! from Beatport and forgoing buying the entire album. If you're into commercial electro house, you may enjoy this one. Avoid it otherwise.