Tiësto discography


Tiësto discography
Tiësto discography

Tiësto performing in Winterworld at Palazzo in Bingen, Germany in May 2005.
Releases
Studio albums 5
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 4
EPs 24
Singles 66
B-sides 55
Video albums 7
Music videos 16
Soundtracks 9
Tribute and cover albums 1
Remix albums 2
DJ Mixes 28
Remixes 79

This is a discography of the Dutch trance DJ/producer Tiësto. During his career, Tiësto has released four studio albums. After spending years searching for his personal style and working with DJs like Armin van Buuren (as Alibi) and Ferry Corsten (as Gouryella), he decided it was time to focus on his solo work. Tiësto's fame started to rise in the late 1990s after his set at the first ID&T Innercity party (Live at Innercity: Amsterdam RAI), and it continued to skyrocket in the early 2000s following his six-hour "Tiësto Solo" sets, which he performed without any other DJs or opening acts. His last three full-length releases broke the 70,000-unit mark, and the 2003 DJ mix Nyana hit 87,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan in mid-2008.[1]

In 1994 Tiësto began releasing material on Noculan Records' sub-labels Chemo and Coolman. Later that year he signed to Basic Beat Recordings, where he met Arny Bink. Tiësto released records on the sub-label Trashcan, founded by Bink, and created the sub-label Guardian Angel with Bink, where they introduced the popular Forbidden Paradise series. From 1995 to 1996 Tiësto released four extended plays on Bonzai Jumps and XTC, sub-labels of Lightning Records. In 1997 Tiësto joined his friend Yves Vandichel on his sub-label, DJ Yves, a division of the now defunct Human Resource label XSV Music. In the fall of 1997, both Bink and Tiësto decided to leave Basic Beat and create their own parent label, now known as Black Hole Recordings. Trashcan was discontinued and Guardian Angel continued releasing music until 2002. In 1998 Tiësto released the Magik series through Black Hole and created two major sub-labels, In Trance We Trust and SongBird. From 1998 to 1999 Tiësto released music on Planetary Consciousness. There he met A&R Hardy Heller and invited him to release records on Black Hole. Tiësto later included the In Search of Sunrise series on SongBird and opened a new division of Black Hole, Magik Muzik, in 2001, which is now the home of the major chart-topping songs by Tiësto. The sub-label released exclusive material but has expanded since then.

Tiësto's first studio album, In My Memory, produced five major hits: "Dallas 4PM," "Flight 643," "Obsession," "Lethal Industry," and "Suburban Train." After becoming the "No. 1 DJ in the world" according to DJMag for three consecutive years, he released his second studio album in 2004, Just Be. The album contained one number one hit, "Traffic,"[2] which was the first instrumental track to reach the top spot in his homeland of Holland in 23 years. The album also contained a new trance anthem, "Adagio for Strings," a remake of Samuel Barber's classical song "Adagio for Strings." Tiësto became the first DJ to perform live at the Olympic Games when he was asked to perform during the 2004 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony. The set that he performed there was later condensed and released on CD as Parade of the Athletes. In 2007 Tiësto released his fourth studio album, Elements of Life, which moved 72,000 units in its April release according to Nielsen SoundScan.[3]

Contents

Albums

Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
NLD
[4]
UK
[5]
BEL
[6]
GER
[7]
GRE
[8]
IRE HUN
[9]
FIN
[10]
NOR
[11]
AUT
[12]
CAN
[13][14]
SWI
[15]
POL
[16]
DEN
[17]
MEX
[18]
US
[13]
AUS
[19]
Studio albums
In My Memory
April 15, 2001
25 NVPI
Gold (2006)[20]
Just Be
April 6, 2004
1 54 2 51 21 NVPI
Gold (2004)[21]
Elements of Life
April 16, 2007
1 14 3 62 5 3 40 26 44 24 77 13 71 NVPI / IFPI / MAHASz
Gold (2007)[22]
Kaleidoscope
October 6, 2009
2 20 13 61 11 5 25 29 49 6 73 26 27 5 59 31 CRIA
Gold (2010)[23]
Kiss From The Past (as Allure)
June 13, 2011
Remix albums
Just Be: Remixed
February 7, 2006
Elements of Life: Remixed
April 28, 2008
61 37
Kaleidoscope: Remixed
August 31, 2010
37 38 37
Compilation albums
Parade of the Athletes[A]
September 7, 2004
4 18 85 NVPI
Gold (2005)[24]
Perfect Remixes Vol. 3
February 22, 2005
Best of System F & Gouryella (Part 1)
July 4, 2005
Best of System F & Gouryella (Part 2)
May 1, 2006
Kamaya Painters: The Collected Works
April 21, 2008
Magikal Journey
May 17, 2010
11 27 2 58 5 7 15 39 11 31 46

DJ mixes

This list contains DJ mixes produced by Tiësto.

From 1990s

From 2000s

Singles

This list contains singles by Tiësto, his aliases and co-productions.[31]

  • 2010 "Speed Rail" (Free track released over Facebook)
  • 2010 "Magikal Circus / Goldrush"
  • 2010 "Only You" (with Kaskade) (featuring Haley)
  • 2011 "C'Mon (Catch 'Em By Surprise)" (vs. Diplo) (featuring Busta Rhymes)
  • 2011 "Zero 76" (with Hardwell)
  • 2011 "Beautiful World" (with Mark Knight) (featuring Dino)
  • 2011 "Don't Ditch" (with Marcel Woods)
  • 2011 "Young Lions" (Free track released over Facebook)
  • 2011 "Green Sky" (Bonus track from Club Life: Volume One Las Vegas album, sponsored by Heineken)
  • 2011 "We Rock" (as Boys Will Be Boys "with Angger Dimas and Showtek")
  • 2011 "Show Me The Way" (featuring JES) (as Allure)
  • 2011 "On The Wire" (featuring "Christian Burns") (as "Allurre")
  • 2011 "Work Hard, Play Hard" (With "Kay")
  • 2011 "Maximal Crazy"
  • 2011 "Tornado" (With "Steve Aoki")
Other songs
  • 2007 "Happy People" (Unreleased)
  • 2008 "Global Harmony" (Coca-Cola website only)

Video albums

DVD Chart positions Director(s) Location Certification
Live at Innercity: Amsterdam RAI
1999
#72 (Netherlands)
-
Innercity, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
-
Underground Trance
June 26, 2001
-
-
-
-
Another Day at the Office
2003
-
Stan Gordijn
Breda, The Netherlands
-
We Can Not Get Enough! Dance Valley #9
2003
-
-
Innercity - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
-
Tiësto in Concert
January 27, 2004
-
Peter van Eijndt
Gelredome - Arnhem, The Netherlands
NVPI
Gold (2004)[32]
Tiësto in Concert 2
February 15, 2005
-
Guus Albregts
Jeroen Jansen
Gelredome - Arnhem, The Netherlands
NVPI / CRIA
Gold (2005)[33] / (2006)[34]
Copenhagen: Elements of Life World Tour
February 29, 2008
#40 (Germany)
Guus Albregts
Parken Stadium - Copenhagen, Denmark
CRIA / ARIA / BVMI
Gold (2008–2010)[35][36][37]

Soundtracks

Remixes

This list contains songs remixed by Tiësto, his aliases and co-productions.

  • 1995 West & Storm — Dans la Boîte
  • 1998 The MacKenzie — Innocence
  • 1998 Nickelson — Aquaphonic
  • 1998 Hybrid — Airless
  • 1998 Rene & Da Groove — You're So Beautiful (with Montana)
  • 1999 Topazz — New Millennium (as Control Freaks)
  • 1999 Subtle By Design — Sirius
  • 1999 Signum — Coming On Strong
  • 1999 Scoop — Wings of Love
  • 1999 Moontribe — Dance of the Seventh Hill
  • 1999 BT — Dreaming
  • 1999 Binary Finary — 1999 (as Gouryella)
  • 1999 Balearic Bill — Destination Sunshine
  • 1999 Airscape — L'esperanza
  • 2000 Salt Tank - Eugina
  • 2000 Yahel — Open Your Mind
  • 2000 Yahel — Voyage
  • 2000 Yahel & Miss T — Going Up
  • 2000 SuReal — You Take My Breath Away
  • 2000 Lunatic Asylum — Cabal
  • 2000 Sarah McLachlanSweet Surrender
  • 2000 Jaimy & Kenny D — Caught Me Running
  • 2000 Green Court — Shining
  • 2000 Goldenscan — Sunrise
  • 2000 E.V.O. — The Sound of the Drums
  • 2000 DJ Jan — Blaxo
  • 2000 DeleriumSilence
  • 2000 Aria — Willow
  • 2001 Tiësto — Magik Journey
  • 2001 Schiller — Das Glockenspiel
  • 2001 Motorcraft — When Time Will Come
  • 2001 Kid Vicious — Re-Form
  • 2001 Jan Johnston — Flesh
  • 2001 Faithless — Tarantula
  • 2001 DuMonde — Never Look Back
  • 2001 Delerium — Innocente
  • 2001 Dave Matthews BandThe Space Between
  • 2001 Coast 2 Coast — Home
  • 2001 Abnea — Velvet Moods
  • 2002 Umek — Gatex
  • 2002 Roc Project — Never
  • 2002 Avalon — Can't Live A Day
  • 2002 Svenson & Gielen — We Know What You Did
  • 2002 Saint Etienne — Action
  • 2002 Paul Oakenfold — Southern Sun
  • 2002 MobyWe Are All Made of Stars
  • 2002 MobyExtreme Ways
  • 2002 Mauro Picotto — Pulsar
  • 2002 Lost Witness — Did I Dream
  • 2002 Kosheen — Hungry

Co-production

This list contains the names of the co-productions with Tiësto and other artists.

  • "A3" (with DJ Montana)
  • "Alibi" (with Armin van Buuren)
  • "Andante" (with Arny Blink)
  • "Boys Will Be Boys" (with Angger Dimas & Showtek)
  • "Clear View" (with Greg "Storm" van's Gravesande)
  • "Control Freaks" (with Benno De Goeij & Piet Bervoets)
  • "DJ Limited" (with Rob Verhoeven)
  • "DJ Misja" (with Misja Helsloot)
  • "DJ Yves & DJ Maikel" (with Yves Vandichel & Maikel van't Hof)
  • "Glycerine" (with Yves Vandichel)
  • "Gouryella" (with Ferry Corsten)
  • "Hammock Brothers" (with Cor Fijneman & Roland Kramer)
  • "Hard Target" (with Greg "Storm" van's Gravesende)
  • "Jedidja" (with Dennis Waakop Reijers)
  • "Kamaya Painters" (with Benno De Goeij)
  • "Main Men" (with Piet Bervoets)
  • "Major League" (with Armin van Buuren)
  • "T-Scanner" (with Greg "Storm" van's Gravesande)
  • "Taxigirl" (with Dennis Waakop Reijers & Jes Brieden)
  • "TB X-Press" (with Bjorn Wendelen)
  • "Tiësto, Montana & Storm" (with DJ Montana & DJ Storm)
  • "Two Deejays" (with Yves Vandichel & Maikel van't Hof)
  • "Vimana" (with Ferry Corsten)
  • "West & Storm" (with Greg "Storm" van's Gravesande)

References

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  20. ^ In My Memory: NVPI - Gold Certification
  21. ^ Just Be: NVPI - Gold Certification
  22. ^ Elements of Life: MAHASZ- Gold Certification
  23. ^ December 2010 - Gold & Platinum Certifications
  24. ^ Parade of the Athletes: NVPI - Gold Certification
  25. ^ Nyana: NVPI - Gold Certification
  26. ^ In Search of Sunrise 4: Latin America: NVPI - Gold Certification
  27. ^ In Search of Sunrise 5: Los Angeles: CRIA - Gold Certification
  28. ^ In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza: CRIA - Gold Certification
  29. ^ In Search of Sunrise 7: Asia NVPI - Gold Certification
  30. ^ Club Life: Volume One(Las Vegas)
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  32. ^ Tiësto in Concert: NVPI - Gold
  33. ^ Tiësto in Concert 2: NVPI - Gold
  34. ^ Tiësto in Concert 2: CRIA - Gold
  35. ^ Copenhagen: Elements of Life World Tour: CRIA - Gold
  36. ^ Copenhagen: Elements of Life World Tour: ARIA - Gold
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