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Right of Way (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Right of Way (Deluxe Edition) by Ferry Corsten. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Electronica, Trance, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 02:31:52 minutes.

Artist: Ferry Corsten
Release date: 2003
Genre: Electronica, Trance, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 24
Duration: 02:31:52
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No. Title Length
1. Sublime 7:46
2. Whatever! 4:46
3. Rock Your Body Rock 5:15
4. Right of Way 7:46
5. Kyoto 6:10
6. Holding On (feat. Shelley Harland) 3:47
7. Sweet Sorrow 6:15
8. Hearts Connected 6:37
9. Punk 4:45
10. It's Time 5:22
11. Show Your Style (feat. Birgit Schuurman) 3:10
12. Star Traveller 6:13
13. Skindeep (feat. Shelley Harland) 3:44
14. In My Dreams 6:03
15. Punk (Cosmic Gate Remix) 6:31
16. Rock Your Body Rock (F. Massif Remix) 7:02
17. Rock Your Body Rock (Moby Remix) 6:17
18. It's Time (Agnelli & Nelson Remix) 9:10
19. It's Time (Luke Slater's Rockers Shock Remix) 7:00
20. Sweet Sorrow (Ferry Corsten Fix) 7:37
21. Holding On (Above & Beyond Remix) [feat. Shelley Harland] 7:48
22. Star Traveller (Hydroid vs. Zehavi & Rand Remix) 7:32
23. Sublime (Thrillseekers Remix) 7:47
24. Whatever! (Marcel Woods Remix) 7:29



Ten years into his career, Ferry Corsten finally releases a full-length under his own name. While a handful of the tracks are previously released and nearly have skin cancer from all the exposure, Corsten turns Right of Way into a hang-together album with some excellent new material. Proven hits "Punk" and the nearly as good "Rock Your Body, Rock" are loud, brash, and inescapably catchy, but the softer and more cerebral side of Corsten gets some airtime with dreamy new material. "Kyoto" and the closing "In My Dreams" are the best examples of this otherworldly Corsten; both being lighter than his work as System F and about three times as rewarding. The man's great at choosing vocalists as well. The gutsy Esmee Bor Stotijn sounds absolutely in charge on "It's Time," and Shelly Harland's two tracks add a sweet, ethereal deepness to the album. A couple lesser tracks could have been weeded out and one wishes the storming single "Indigo" could have been included. Otherwise Right of Way is one of those rare, almost-solid trance albums with plenty of good ideas past the singles. [Right of Way was released in Japan with bonus mixes of "Punk" and "Rock Your Boys, Rock."]