Ferry Corsten ‎– WKND

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Tracklist

Ferry Corsten Ft. Ellie Lawson (2) A Day Without Rain 6:26
Ferry Corsten Feel It 5:17
Ferry Corsten Ft. Ben Hague Ain't No Stoppin' 3:21
Ferry Corsten Don't Be Afraid 5:04
Ferry Corsten Ft. Betsie Larkin Not Coming Down 7:28
Ferry Corsten vs. Armin van Buuren Brute 7:11
Ferry Corsten Ft. Aruna Live Forever 5:34
Ferry Corsten Ft. Sarah Bettens Let You Go 3:23
Ferry Corsten Check It Out 4:26
Ferry Corsten Ft. Duane Harden Love Will 5:18
Ferry Corsten Ft. JES* In Your Eyes 5:04
Ferry Corsten Ft. Pierre In The Air & Amba Shepherd Walk On Air 5:36
Ferry Corsten Take Me 7:02
Ferry Corsten WKND 5:12

Versions (13)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Flashover CD 02 Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album, Dig) Flashover Recordings Flashover CD 02 Netherlands 2012 Sell This Version
FLASH 085 Ferry Corsten WKND(14xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Flashover Recordings FLASH 085 Netherlands 2012
FLASH 085 Ferry Corsten WKND(15xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Flashover Recordings FLASH 085 Netherlands 2012
FLASHOVER LP 02 Ferry Corsten WKND(3x12", Album) Flashover Recordings FLASHOVER LP 02 Netherlands 2012 Sell This Version
45CD12004 Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album) 405 Recordings 45CD12004 Australia 2012 Sell This Version
MBB 9990 Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album) PMB Music, Flashover Recordings MBB 9990 Brazil 2012 Sell This Version
AVICD60886 Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album) Avex Taiwan, Flashover Recordings AVICD60886 Taiwan 2012 Sell This Version
279 816 5 Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album) Magic Records 279 816 5 Poland 2012 Sell This Version
UL 3167-2 Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album) Ultra Records UL 3167-2 US 2012 Sell This Version
1061757KON Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album, Dig) Kontor Records 1061757KON Germany 2012 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD04557 Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album, Dig) TME, Open Gate Records ПРЗ CD04557 Russia 2012 Sell This Version
NEWCD9113 Ferry Corsten WKND(CD, Album, Dig) New State Music NEWCD9113 UK 2012 Sell This Version
NEWBD9113 Ferry Corsten WKND(CDr, Album, Promo) New State Music NEWBD9113 UK 2012 Sell This Version

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s3iyaintrance

s3iyaintrance

July 9, 2013
referencing WKND, CD, Album, Dig, Flashover CD 02
the only cool song in this album has to be: take me!, the other are a bunch of electro-house crappy songs.
endorfin

endorfin

April 1, 2012
referencing WKND, CD, Album, Dig, Flashover CD 02

The constant chameleont of EDM, Mr. Ferry Costen has released his 4th artist album about month ago. Here some words on the WKND-offspring.
The concept of album is quite clever. We have been blessed with 4 singles taken from the album before the release. When it comes to artwork they have been like pieces of bigger puzzle when revealing one corner of Corsten's face and now joining together at the WKND-cover. Othervise the artwork doesn't really awake bigger feelings neither the idea of the cd-holder. Very plain, easy and with low-costs made. Perhaps it tells about the endangered status of cd-albums in EDM -business. Anyway, thank You Flashover Recordings Team for still releasing CD-format.

Into the album.

The start is very mellow and soft with "A Day Without Rain". Perhaps nothing that special but nice flow into the party – what the whole album is all about. After this track one after another follows steadily the guideline of Rotterdam-based mastermind: fresh sounding and tight, umcompromised party-album for the 2012 posse. Tracks and songs are melodically quite superficial, easy-to-sing-along-with, short from their duration, yet powerful and technically upmost level presenting dancemonsters. Funny to see that the easy going -theme continues even in naming of the tracks, mostly two or three words titles are easy to remember even if the party feeling get too wet ;-)

WKND is quite an opposite to its previous elder sister "Twice In A Blue Moon". The mature, gloomy and trancy atmosphere is almost totally absent and replaced by popish dance tracks flavoured mostly with current nu + electro-house era sounds and lots of catchy vocals. For the hardcore-fans of Corsten there are luckily some stains of his trance thinking left: "Take Me" is for the reviewer the ultimate track of the album combining jarresque session-based solo melody with interesting 80s comp and strong corsten-style bassline together. As outcome we have very personal approach to trance-music that doesn't come across that often nowadays. As well the updated housenized version of Moonman-moniker classic "Don't Be Afraid" is great fun, but little bit too short. The collaboration with Armin, "Brute" owns huge potential but somehow the production is still uncomplete and the result could be even harder and edgier. When thinking the whole the iTunes bonus track " Sunday" would have been perfect outro for the album instead of quite messy "WKND"-title theme made together with Rafaël Frost. Best vocals deliver Jes with "In Your Eyes". Worth of mentioning is as well the current single "Ain't No Stoppin'" and sunny "Live Forever" sang by Aruna.

WKND is reflecting very much what is going on at the moment in the dance music industry. For sure this won't be a classic album to be remembered or listened many years after its release but for this very year 2012 WKND has set the standards that Paul van Dyk and other dance music album releasers should try compete with. Madonna's MDNA has been challenged as well. Once again Ferry Corsten shows his amazing technical level and abilities and his triumphing sense for great dance music. The mastermind is back! Maybe not that original as before yet very big sounding and straight forward thinking.

4/5
AbijahManiaco

AbijahManiaco

March 6, 2012
referencing WKND, CD, Album, Dig, Flashover CD 02
it's frustrating to see the projected singles in 3.30 radio friendly durations and the rest in your standard album cuts.