Ferry Corsten ‎– Twice In A Blue Moon

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Tracklist

Shelter Me 5:48
Black Velvet 5:44
We Belong 5:47
Gabriella's Sky 7:03
Made Of Love 6:31
Radio Crash 6:30
Twice In A Blue Moon 5:49
Feel You 5:18
Life 6:15
Brain Box 6:04
Shanti 7:07
Visions Of Blue 2:11

Versions (10)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
900.0700.020 Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CD, Album) Flashover Recordings 900.0700.020 Netherlands 2008 Sell This Version
FLASH 036 Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(12xFile, MP3, 320) Flashover Recordings FLASH 036 Netherlands 2008
none Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CD, Album) Одиссей none Ukraine 2008 Sell This Version
4350-2 Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CD, Album) Roton 4350-2 Romania 2008 Sell This Version
45CD8009 Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CD, Album) 405 Recordings 45CD8009 Australia 2008 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD23881 Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CD, Album, Dig) World Club Music ПРЗ CD23881 Russia 2008 Sell This Version
MAELCD9027 Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CD, Album) Maelstrom Records MAELCD9027 UK 2009 Sell This Version
UL 1920-2 Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CD, Album) Ultra Records UL 1920-2 US 2009 Sell This Version
270643-4 Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CD, Album) Magic Records 270643-4 Poland 2009 Sell This Version
none Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Moon(CDr, Album, Promo) Maelstrom Records none UK Unknown Sell This Version

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Cardia1

Cardia1

November 23, 2013
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Twice In A Blue Moon, CD, Album, 900.0700.020

It seems Ferry corsten looses quality with time, each Album is less interesting than the previous. I found this one a bit comercial and with tunes that don´t bring much new or something outstanding...it feels like this is a cd more suitable to be played at the shopping mall. Neverthless it is satisfying at some point and ends up being a good release, but its just a Cd to be played once in a year.
s3iyaintrance

s3iyaintrance

July 9, 2013
referencing Twice In A Blue Moon, CD, Album, 900.0700.020
this is the peak for the corsten career like a dj,in this album he prove that he is a master of the melodies that combines with the unique corsten sound are truly masterpieces.
for me the best tunes in this album are: made of love, twice in a blue moon & brain box, the other songs are truly amazing too.
a nostalgic era when ferry produce quality trance!!
Hw2004

Hw2004

November 16, 2008
referencing Twice In A Blue Moon, CD, Album, 900.0700.020

Ferry is the producer whose job in the last 10 years seemed to be, more than anyone else's, to create landmarks in trance music. How? By shaking and twisting its core rules, blending them to fit with rules of house, electro or synth-pop, basically creating something so unique that you cannot constrain it into a single musical style or even find anything remotely similar. And this album makes no exception: it has "Corsten uniqueness" written all over it, from the eerie and forward-thinking "Shelter Me" to the spacey ambiental ender of the album, "Visions of Blue".

The flow of the album is, like usual for Ferry's albums, EXCEPTIONAL. There's not a single moment that you're going to say "this track should've come a little earlier/later". The first part of the album is softer and more emotional, featuring some awesome vocal tracks (with the 80s-influenced "We Belong" being my favourite), but things evolve in an insanely energetic sound feast by its half (with the peak being "Radio Crash" and "Twice In A Blue Moon"), down a bit again with "Feel You" and "Life", then straight into madness again with "Brain Box" and "Shanti", after which the album closes with 2 minutes of musical bliss-"Visions of Blue".

It really doesn't get any better than this. "Twice In A Blue Moon", more than a trance or EDM album, is a modern-day musical masterpiece and let no one tell you otherwise.