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All Rights Reserved (Mixed by George Acosta)


Download links and information about All Rights Reserved (Mixed by George Acosta) by George Acosta. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 05:19:05 minutes.

Artist: George Acosta
Release date: 2006
Genre: House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 26
Duration: 05:19:05
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No. Title Length
1. Escape (featuring Airbase) 7:34
2. Polarity (featuring Silent Electro) 6:54
3. Another Situation (featuring Terry Bones, DJ Precision) 8:01
4. Monday Bar (featuring Nic Chagall) 7:31
5. Isis (Alex Morph Remix) (featuring Sophie Sugar, Saona) 6:54
6. Mirello (featuring Sean Tyas) 6:32
7. No Way Back (featuring Gareth Emery, Jon O'Bir) 7:27
8. Lost Souls (featuring T2) 3:43
9. Eastern Sea (Martin Roth Remix) (featuring Solarstone) 6:45
10. Zonderland (featuring Acues & Elitist) 6:17
11. Advance (Remix) (featuring Marcel Woods) 5:47
12. False Light (featuring Marco V.) 6:11
13. All Rights Reserved, Vol. 1 (Continuous Mix) 1:19:39
14. By Your Side (Martin Roth Remix) (featuring Gina Dootson, The Thrillseekers) 8:10
15. Perfect Blend (featuring T4L) 6:21
16. Alive (Ronski Speed with Stoneface & Terminal Vocal Mix) (featuring Solarscope) 6:31
17. Neon Eyes (featuring Riley & Durrant) 6:31
18. Shockwaves (Summer's Here Mix) (featuring Martin Roth) 6:17
19. Inner Thoughts (Greenwave Rework) (featuring Six Senses) 6:17
20. Aol (featuring DJ Tommy Boy) 7:41
21. Mellodrama (Gareth Emery Remix) (featuring The Truth) 7:48
22. BlueMonday (Motu Remix) (featuring Ford) 6:33
23. Trust (George Acosta vs. D'Agents Remix) (featuring The Truth) 6:55
24. The Other Side (featuring The Truth) 6:05
25. Thank You (Nenes Deep Side Remix) (featuring The Truth) 4:44
26. All Rights Reserved, Vol. 2 (Continuous Mix) 1:19:57



From the warehouse parties of the late '80s to car commercials in 2001, the hardcore dancefloor energy and hypnotic techno beats of trance music have become a major musical part of the millennium. This is largely due to innovative, world famous DJ/producers like the Miami based George Acosta, who proves every time he puts a needle on a record that "trance," whatever the label, has evolved beyond a passing fad into a true cultural lifestyle for millions. Blazing back after his Lost World mix, Acosta proves that he has learned from his mistakes as well as his successes. All Rights Reserved features all of the elements that made Lost World a success. More good news: none of the tracks on the double-disc collection (featuring artists like Airbase, Sean Tyas, Marco V, the Thrillseekers, plus six unreleased mixes of powerful, heavy thumping and symphonic Acosta created tracks) are avant-garde or too monotonous or techno-minded. Acosta's concern here seems to be getting in our faces with as many fast paced grooves as possible. With 24 cuts, it's like a nonstop party, but there are a handful of tracks that especially stand out: the beat heavy "Another Situation" (by DJ Precision & Terry Bones), the intense Solarscape cut "Alive," which features crazed vocal manipulations, and a piercing "Neon Eyes" by Riley & Durrant.