DJ Tiësto ‎– Suburban / Urban Train

Magik Muzik ‎– Magik Muzik 802-5
2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NEBDJ020 Tiesto* Suburban Train(12") Nebula NEBDJ020 UK 2004 Sell This Version
Neb020 Tiësto* Suburban Train(12") Nebula Classics Neb020 UK 2004 Sell This Version
MAGIK MUZIK 802-1 DJ Tiësto Suburban Train(CD, Single) Magik Muzik MAGIK MUZIK 802-1 Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
IR 0302 DJ Tiësto Urban Train(12") Independance Records IR 0302 France 2003 Sell This Version
Magik Muzik 802-2 DJ Tiësto Suburban Train(5xFile, AIFF, FLAC, WAV) Magik Muzik Magik Muzik 802-2 Netherlands 2009


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January 10, 2013

This is my favorite Tiesto track of all time. From the start you hear the train build up speed and you get pumped like you never were before. When the buildup has ended and the train gets to full speed you will be rewarded with a drop that puts you in an euphoric state unlike any other trance track. When you wipe the tears off your face the train starts to slow down. And before you know it it's catching up on full speed again.

This is not a trance track, it's a beautiful life experience. Thank you Tiesto


September 7, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Suburban Train (Original Mix) = Tiësto's defining moment and a fine piece of "Epic Trance", a sub-genre of trance started by the Dutch and the main culprit behind the crappy trance sounds you hear nowadays, BUT this one track is an exception. Doesn't matter if you are an oldschooler when it comes to electronic music (I am one and don't really care what this guy has done before or after), you can still appreciate the layers upon layers of this progressive tune unless of course you are a music snob and there are a lot of you here on discogs.


November 5, 2001
edited over 17 years ago
Tiesto gets a lot of flack from some progheads for his layered euro style, some of it rightfully deserved, some of it not. I'll be the first to admit his releases can be on the cheezy side, but this item is definitely one of the best to come out this year. The original mix is an epic classic: frantically paced, packed with thundering crashes, resonating synths and well-placed chords; excellent track to peak any euro set with--the only gripe I have is that it runs too long (10:30 for an epic track?) and exit transitions tend to be hard as hell to pull off. Way Out West contributes a beautiful semi-progressive remix and Marc O'Tool enlists the help of vocalist Kate Hirkshaw (of BT 'Dreaming' fame) for a dreamy, laid-back mix. Bottom line is: get this now and PLAY IT.