Armin van Buuren

Armin van Buuren

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Armin van Buuren
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Dutch producer and DJ born 25 December 1976 in Leiden, Netherlands.
Armin started producing and making music at age 14. He is well known for his early releases like "Blue Fear", "Touch Me" and "Communication" as well as his remixes for several other artists and groups.

Ranked #1 in DJ Mag's Top 100 in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012, which marks a new record in that poll.
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Armin van Buuren Discography

Albums

Armin van Buuren 76 (Album) United Recordings Australia 2003 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Shivers (Album) Armada (4) Japan 2005 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Imagine (Album) Armada (4) Finland 2008 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Imagine - The Remixes (Album, Comp) Armada Digital US 2009 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Mirage (Album, Comp) Armada (4) Netherlands 2010 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Mirage - The Remixes (Album) Armada (4) Russia 2011 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Intense (Album, Comp) Armada Various Indonesia 2013 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Embrace (Album) Armada (4) Argentina 2015 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Oldskool (Mini Album) (Album, MiniAlbum) Armada (4) Germany 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Armin* EP (EP, Maxi) Timeless Records Germany 1996 Sell This Version
Armin* Push (Maxi) Timeless Records Germany 1996 Sell This Version
Armin* Blue Fear (EP, Maxi, Single) Cyber Records Netherlands 1997 Sell This Version
CR015ST Armin* Blue Fear(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Cyber Records CR015ST Netherlands 1997 Sell This Version
Armin* Virgo (Remixes) Cyber Records Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
Armin* Lost Soul Society Cyber Records Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
ARM003 Armin Van Buuren Presents Gimmick Armin Van Buuren Presents Gimmick - Free(12") Armind ARM003 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
Armin* Communication (Maxi, Single) Cyber Records UK 1999 Sell This Version
ARM 001 Armin van Buuren Presents Gig Armin van Buuren Presents Gig - One(12") Armind ARM 001 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren And DJ Tiësto Present Alibi Armin van Buuren And DJ Tiësto Present Alibi - Eternity (Maxi, Single) Armind Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Presents Darkstar (4) Armin van Buuren Presents Darkstar (4) - See Me, Feel Me Armind Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
DJ Tiësto And Armin van Buuren Present Major League DJ Tiësto And Armin van Buuren Present Major League - Wonder Where You Are? / Wonder? (Maxi) Black Hole Recordings Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
System F Feat. Armin van Buuren System F Feat. Armin van Buuren - Exhale (Maxi, Single) Tsunami Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Presents Rising Star Armin van Buuren Presents Rising Star - Clear Blue Moon / Star Theme Armind Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
Armin van Buuren Presents Rising Star Armin van Buuren Presents Rising Star - Touch Me - Part 1 Armind Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
Armin Van Buuren presents Perpetuous Dreamer Armin Van Buuren presents Perpetuous Dreamer - The Sound Of Goodbye (Maxi, Single) Armind France 2001 Sell This Version

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xev2

xev2

August 21, 2016
is trance really dead? and who do you think kill it? i really do miss those unique sounds.....
tonumaa

tonumaa

November 9, 2015
Armin, take some lsd, it will help
Animusvox

Animusvox

March 23, 2015
Armin was one of the biggest legends in the world of the electronic music, but now he changed his style because he wants to appeal the new kids and the new sounds of electronic music. Since his first productions to 'Intense', his 5th album, he was doing good things (Yeah, I know that 'Mirage' or 'Imagine' are kinda poppy, but both are good albums). Then he started to incorporate a lot of Big Room Trance sounds to his productions and sounding more a more boring and commercial. But he's smart and he knows that his truly public is the trance family, so now he's working on his 6th album (he says that it will be a comeback to his roots), and at the same time he's working on his first album of GAIA with Benno de Goeij, and he released a new song of Rising Star. With the time we will see if he's coming back or it was something temporary.
ColonelTirpitz

ColonelTirpitz

July 6, 2014
And another so called DJ that has the urge to change its roots from good to bad music ( commercial ones that the mass like without even apreciate it anymore ! ) .

Yes Mr. Armin van Buuren as Dj Tiesto and Paul Oakenfold those so called DJ's who's nowadays ruins the nice great times of what real music was such as ( Techno, Rave, Trance, Acid, House, Drum&Bass ,...) . Nowadays we need to listen to cheesy boring music and that RnB over and over and as if it isn't enough we need to hurt our ears with sad music from those reality TV shows another commercialisation !

Where are all those famous clubs alot of them disapeared ' sadly '
Where are all those famous DJ's you could talk with them , watch them closely ( nowadays those clowns such as David Guetta, Armin, Tiesto, etc.. Need silly body guards ) how sad
Where are all those Record Stores you could stay whole afternoons listening to records and even have the chance to see a dj enter the store WOOW ! ( nowadays we have this ITunes stuff who's so cold and without emotions so anti-social ) again so sad !
Where are all those people who enjoyed real music ' any styles ' ? ( nowadays alot people are deaf ) sighs ....
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.... I hope a day again all will be magic as before !!!
SLAWEK.PL

SLAWEK.PL

June 1, 2014
thank you armin for many GREAT productions like:
Armin vs. M.I.K.E. - pound,Armin vs. M.I.K.E. - intruder,Armin van Buuren - control freak,Armin van Buuren - blue fear, Perpetous Dreamer - the sound of goodbye. He was always much more better producer than Tiesto! now it's the same situation! Tiesto now makes extremely crappy electro-house,Armin Now Makes only crappy pop-house: )
youseif

youseif

December 21, 2010
Armin now seems unable to make anything without Benno de Goeij (even his gaia project)... yeah that's right.
i think that this is the third year since the beginning of their collaborations. i actually liked Armin's productions before that.
i don't know what happened or for how long he will continue making tracks like that, but i don't like a producer to have someone write his music for him.
iljin1

iljin1

October 29, 2009
Armin van Buuren. The tiesto clone? Offcourse he's going up in the slipstream of dj Tiesto. And he is not afraid to break some commercial stuff to our earholes.
Slowly but steady he is turning more and more commercial.
The latest in his effort to make more and more money (how much is enough) he is now turning to you. Yes you.
He is coming after you if you dear to download his music. Yes you read it right: he and his record company wants to sue people if you download his music. Through his record company Armada Music he is ready to sue you if you download (!) his music.
As if he is not rich enough.
Very strange because his succes as a dj is also generated through internet and the internet community. If it wasn't for internet and we the music lovers he was next to nothing in the music industry. So he should be very grateful for us the music lovers and internet.
But no he's going to sue you.
Thanks a lot "music lover".
Watch your wallet. Armin van Buuren is in the house.
Raijin

Raijin

December 30, 2004
edited over 11 years ago
Number 3 in the world according to mixmag, the guy has to be doing something right.

I was dubious when i first decided to listen to Armin. Being of a strong disposition to harder styles of trance and tracks with more tech or acid influence, it was an exercise in open-mindedness to sit down and actually listen to his tracks. Blue Fear was my first exposure to him, which i enjoyed alot. However, i didn't really become enthralled with any of his music until I heard his live stuff. His "A State of Trance" radio show really shows you his talents. Thats a two hour set every week, with some sweet track selections that have influenced the trance vinyl going into my crate over the past two years. His style is consistent through his sets; emulating the old Tiesto & Ferry Corsten sound with a softer edge, while still adding that elusive elemnt that can only be attributed to Armin himself.

I'm going to keep my eye on this guy, I don't know enough about him yet, but i haven't heard anything negative. Let's hope he carves his own niche without turning into an Oakenfold.

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