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Артист: Chicane Ferry Corsten feat. Christian Burns Название: One Thousand Suns Жанр: Trance Год выхода: 2013 Издатель (лейбл): Modena Records (Armada Music) Номер по каталогу: MDA010 О музыке:
2012 saw two of EDM’s pioneers join forces. This time however, Chicane and Ferry Corsten are in the company of the talented singer Christian
Burns. Ever warm and enchanting, is the vocal version of their ‘One Thousand Suns’! A perfect tune to get warmed up for summer, ‘One Thousand
Suns’ sees another round of airplay and club duty. The Balearic spirit ever still present, it’s the emotional, powerful voice of Christian Burns
that completes it. Including the remixes of Soundprank and Danny Howard, this is the one E.P. you’re going to have stuck on repeat these days!
In the past he has been dubbed ‘the godfather of the Ibiza anthem’ but Chicane mastermind Nick Bracegirdle has come a long way
since the sun drenched Balearic shores first throbbed to the sound of what is now recognized by many as the archetypal chill out classic
‘Far From the Maddening Crowds’ was the debut album from Chicane when Nick first burst onto the scene back in 1997. Featuring ‘Offshore’, the
album has since become unavailable and is now highly sought after.
Chicane was later cast further into the public consciousness in 1999 with the release of the epic ‘ Saltwater’ which featured Maire Brennan of
Clannad. Then in 2000 with the number 1 smash hit ‘Don’t Give Up’ featuring the gravely vocal tones of legendary rocker Bryan Adams, Nick found
himself a regular fixture on radio. The release of his second album ‘Behind the Sun’ followed reaching the Top 10 and becoming a major success
The Chicane concept is one of a nomadic band which doesn’t conform to the traditional approach of having a single lead singer, working with many
different artists and producers. It is a common mistake to think Nick is a DJ – he is actually the writer and producer within the band and the hub
of all the live performances.
Aside from his own projects, Nick took time out to lend his famed production talents to a string of other artists, including co-writing and producing
tracks for Cher’s ‘Living Proof’ album. He performed remixes for the likes of Everything but the Girl, BT and also wrote and produced a song for
previous collaborator Bryan Adams called ‘Eastside Story’ which would later appear on Adams’ ‘Room Service’ album.
With the impending release of the third Chicane album in 2003, Nick suffered a major setback when he became a victim of internet bootlegging.
“Amongst many others a wretched character in Russia was peddling my wares on his personal website, rendering two years of work completely useless”
explains Nick.”I was not best pleased”.
Chicane returned in 2006 with a new sound. ‘Stoned in Love’ , the first single to be taken from forthcoming album ‘Somersault’, is not so much
a departure but in many ways an evolution of the classic Chicane sound. Although the dance element is still alive and well, the track displays a new
rock/indie edge and signals a change in direction towards more ‘song based’ tracks incorporating strong melodies. It also features the
unmistakable voice of Tom Jones.
For years Chicane has tended to be pigeon holed as a dance act, however the current live show and new material confirm that Chicane is far more
diverse with the band continuing to push the boundaries of electronic music live.
Over the years the Chicane live experience has travelled far and wide, from the relative sanity of London’s Islington Academy, to the vastness of
Moscow’s Red Square. An appearance at the The World Trade Centre in Manila in 2006 was a similarly bizarre experience. “It was a great gig” Nick
reminisces. “Thousands of fans watching us become dehydrated and shriveling into little more than cornflakes on stage in the unbearable heat”.
2007 saw the release of Chicane’s third album ‘Somersault’, and the first single taken from that album – ‘Come Tomorrow’, along with many
more crazy gigs around the world.
In 2008, Chicane was set to have two further major collaborations – resulting in the single ‘Bruised Water;’ featuring Natasha Bedingfield
(blending elements of ‘Saltwater’ with the vocals of ‘I Bruise Easily’) and ‘Wake Up’ featuring Keane.
These tracks and the myriad other classics are all brought together with the release of ‘Chicane – Best Of (1996-2009)’ – a carefully-selected
compilation of the very finest Chicane cuts from those 12 years of music.
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Producer. DJ. Pioneer. Innovator. Visionary. He’s the man that singlehandedly initiated a revolution in a dance musicgenre
-one that’s long since touched everycorner of the globe. Having designed the Dutch trance sound, he propelled it into the clubbing consciousness and
on further still into popular culture. From there he continues to innovate at every turn, working with vocalists as diverse as SimonLe Bon and Guru
and has remixed music from some of the planet’s most enduring artists - U2, The Killers, Faithless, Moby and William Orbit among them. For 20 years
he’s foreseen what club citizens want to dance to and as an artisan DJ/producer, delivered it. He’s released three artist albums under his own
name (with a fourth ‘WKND’ scheduled for February 2012)and in doing so has captured the hearts and minds of legions of fans and scooped some of
the world’s most prestigious music prizes along the way. He’s regularly ranked as one of the top 10DJs in the world, and of late has turned to
charitable activities, working with the World Wildlife Fund.Yet through all this he’s still one of the most down-to-earth, two-feet-on-the-floor DJs
you’ll find. He’s Ferry Corsten.
How It All Began: Corsten started his career performing self-composed music live in his native country Holland. His first studio music arrived in 1991
when he produced the embryonic rave track ‘Spirit of Adventure’. In 1995, under the name Hole In One and aged just 21 years old, he won the
prestigious De Grote Prijs van Nederland award, which recognized his outstanding contribution to Holland’s electronic dance music scene.
Reinventing Trance: In the early 90s Ferry’s head was turned by the music streaming in from Germany. By 1996, with original trancesound beginning to
contract, he set about creating a new, more accessible and ebullient principle for it. With a strong reception to his early tracks(Moonman’s
‘Don’t Be Afraid’ and Discodroids ‘Interspace’ among them), he launched Tsunami Records in ‘97 and a year later, under the alias System F,
split the genre’s atom. A veritable EDM milestone, ‘Out Of The Blue’ formed spear tip of Corsten’s trance sound - one that was quickly
galvanized by co-productions like Gouryella’s ‘Gouryella’(with Tisto) and Veracocha’s ‘Carte Blanche’. Within 6 short months The Dutch
Trance Sound(as it had become known) had seized control of Europe’s dancefloors and national charts. Ferry’sremix of William Orbit’s
‘Barber's Adagio For Strings’ became a top 5 in the UK, where his achievements were reflected by Muzik Magazine who named him as Producer of
the Year at their 1999 Ericsson Muzik awards.
Superstar Producer Becomes SuperstarDJ: Demand to see the man behind the music had quickly placed Corsten behind turntables. He fast established a
reputation for impassioned floor-igniting sets, which engaged and delighted an ever-expanding group of fans. From smashing the earliest trance scene
events (inc. Innercity,Trance Energy and Dance Valley), there’s now not a metropolis on Earth that Corsten’s not rocked and re-rocked. He entered
DJ Magazine’s Top 100 poll in the first year of voting and, as of 2011 has enjoyed an incredible unbroken 12-year run in the chart.He won Best
Trance DJ at both the 2005 and 2007 Ibiza Awards and in the same year was named DJ of the Year by Dutch national radio station Slam!FM.
Right Of Way to L.E.F. In 2002, with the euphoric sound he’d engineered continuing to hold sway over dance airwaves, Corsten refused to play safe.
Having changed the face of trance once,he ripped up his own rulebook and set out to do it again. Evolving it at speed, 2002 saw the release of
‘Punk’ and the following year ‘Rock Your Body, Rock’ (tracks which for the first time spliced an electro gene intotrance). Both exploded, with
the latter hitting #11 in the UK national chart and were featured on his 2004 debutalbum, ‘Right Of Way’. That was followed by ‘L.E.F.’ in
2006 and (delivering on its ‘Loud Electronic Ferocious’ mandate) it saw Ferry begin to integrate some of his own earliest musical influences back
into his music. Released on his new Flashover label, Corsten drafted 80s legends like Simon Le Bon, Howard Jones and Gangstarr founder, Guru into
collaborate on the album, balancing them with trancier material like ‘Galaxia’ and floor-smash ‘Beautiful’.
Corsten’s Countdown: Midway through 2007 Ferry launched Corsten’s Countdown, his radio show platform. Each week, for the last five years,
listeners have ranked the 10 tracks Ferry plays via the show’s website and his Facebook Fan Page. This in turn has d the most interactive radio show
in the world, with its listeners determining a chart of the show’s music. To celebrate its 150th episode Ferry introduced the world to the Cue Play
App, a mobile digital DJ application, which was pre-loaded with tracks from his Flashover label. Corsten’s Countdown is now aired in over 50
Flashover Recordings and Premier Recordings: In 2005, after 8 years at the helm, Ferry left Tsunami Recordings to launch a new label enterprise,
Flashover Recordings. In addition to becoming his new musical base, it’s fostered new talent, signing the likes of Rafal Frost, Arty, Tritonal, Yuri
Kane and many more to its roster. Its releases proved such a hit with fans that it quickly spun off the imprints Flashover Progressive, Flashover
Tech, Levare Recordings, Flashover Chill Out and Flashback (which houses Ferry's complete backcatalogue and also includes previously unreleased
material). Expanding his label portfolio further, he launched Premier, a joint-venture label with Black Hole Recordings in 2010. Established as a
platform for crossover dance music, Premier has subsequently released music from artists including Betsie Larkin, Chris Lake, Robbie Rivera, Radio
Killer and Kris Menace.
Full On Ferry: Embarking ona new show concept In October of 2007, Full On Ferry saw him lynchpin the arena-sized events, handpicking other DJs for
unique back-to-back sets. Notably, at the first two events, Ferry wowed the audience in his home city of Rotterdam by DJing whilst suspended above the
crowd in a ‘floating’ booth. Full On Ferry: Ibiza saw him embark on a season-long White Isle takeover at the newly opened Sankeys club in 2011.
The end of that year saw him bring the show to Brixton’s O2 Academy in London on New Years Eve for the first UK edition of the event. Various Full
on Ferry events have already been scheduled for 2012.
Once Upon A Night / Twice In A Blue Moon: Ferry’s 3rd album under his own name was heralded by the single ‘Radio Crash’ and was unveiled to fans
at 2008’s Full On Ferry event at the Ahoy in Rotterdam. ‘Twice In A Blue Moon’ carried the club hits ‘We Belong’, the Betsie Larkin-sung
‘Made of Love’ and in typical fashion more experimental material like the techno-edged ‘Brain Box’. It was released in the same year as
Corsten’s first child was born and the title (and certain tracks, including ‘Gabriella’s Sky’) were inspired by events in Ferry’s life at
the time. T.I.A.B.M.went on to spawn a major 40-date world release tour and the following year a remix edition and the ‘Backstage’ DVD.
It was whilst being interviewed for the ‘Backstage’ that Ferry announced plans for ‘Once Upon A Night’. Having enjoyed a long mix-comphistory
(one that’s included 6 editions of the mega-selling Trance Nation series and his own Passport albums) Ferry entered a new mix era. Centred on
material collated from his Flashover labeland exclusive to the ‘Once Upon a Night’ albums, in 2010 alone it spawned two volumes and a supporting
Aliases, In-Groups And Co-productions: Having now released tracks under more than 30 different artist names, Corsten has probably made greater use of
aliases than any other producer working in the scene. Their impact has been felt far and wide, with some of his best known becoming next to synonymous
with his own name. Chief among them have been System F, Moonman, Eon, Albion and Pulp Victim.
Co-producing on tracks like Gouryella’s ‘Gouryella’ and Veracocha’s ‘Carte Blanche’ he helped launch the careers of artists like Tisto and
Armin van Buuren. It is a studio dynamic he enjoys to this day… Having previously collaborated with artists as contrasting as Public Enemy and Simon
Le Bon, he most recently re-teamed with Armin van Buuren (after System F’s ‘Exhale’) for the 2011 club smash ‘Brute’.
The Here-And-Now: Ferry marked 2 decades of working in electronic dance music in late 2011 with his 20 Years of Ferry Corsten mega-mix album. In
releasing it in an App-only format, he became the first electronic dance artist to put out an album solely through this medium. Its multimedia release
included 34 of his biggest hits, worked into the mix. On the singles front he released ‘Check It Out’, ‘Minack’, ‘Brute’ (co-produced with
Armin) ‘Feel It’ and ‘So Good’ - the latter going out as a free-share track, as a ‘thank you’ in recognition of his fans loyalty. In
October of 2011 Corsten joined forces with Olmeca Tequila, whose owners Pernod-Ricard launched a limited edition bottle, which Ferry himself designed.
It was also the year that he became an ambassador for the Dutch World Wildlife Fund, where he has begun to leverage the exposure his events afford him
to raise awareness for the Fund’s activities.
Early 2012 will see the release of Ferry’s fourth studio album ‘WKND’. The album was prefaced in late 2011 by the launch of Ferry’s new
YouTube-based WKNDR webisodes, which take fans behind the scenes of his gigs and keeps them up to date with his production work.
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It might not be entirely truthful to say Christian was born to be a star, but it isn’t that far off. His dad, Tony Burns,
was part of the band The Signs, who came up in Liverpool at the same time as The Beatles. Signed to Decca Records, they had a bit of a following in
the UK, but Tony chose the family path over the rock star path, and settled down. Passing along his love for music to his youngest son, Christian took
note. “I always remember the house being engulfed with music as a child, Me and my Dad built a makeshift studio at the bottom of our garden with a
four-track tape machine. I was always in there. I was fascinated by the whole process of making music.”
Musically inclined, Christian quickly picked up the guitar, getting tips from dad. Around the age of fourteen, Christian realized he could not only
sing, but sing well. He played in a few school-age bands, and in his early 20s found some like-minded friends and formed BB Mak. The three
singer/songwriters went on to sell 3 million records worldwide, tour all over the world, appear on countless National television shows, and see their
first smash single, “Back Here,” reach #1 on the American radio charts, #1 in Japan, and win accolades such as SONG OF THE YEAR from ASCAP and
PRS’ Most Played Song of the Year.
When BBMak decided to go their separate ways, Christian had some time to think about what he wanted to do next. “I knew I wanted to continue to make
music. I was in Los Angeles working in the studio when I heard what was then a demo on Indie 103, “Somebody Told Me” by The Killers. I was
completely hooked on the sound, and the use of synthesizers in a rock song.”
Going back home, Christian found himself experimenting with synths a lot, incorporating it in to the rock music he’d been making with a collective
he started called The Bleach Works. One of the world’s biggest DJs, Tisto, happened upon Christian’s MySpace page and asked to do a re-mix of one
of the tracks he’d posted. Astutely, Christian declined but offered to write a song with Tisto. “He sent me a backing track and in minutes I was
able to write a song.” That song, “In the Dark,” Lead single off of the Grammy nominated Elements of Life album, got 5 million youtube hits and
resulted in Christian joining Tisto on a massive world tour, exposing him to other top DJs.
Meeting BT while on tour in Budapest with Tisto led to more work, with Christian co – writing “Suddenly” the lead track off of BT’s Grammy
nominated These Hopeful Machines, as well as the #1 dance track “The Emergency” and “Forget Me” off the same album. As doors continued to
open, Christian teamed up with Armin van Buuren, the #1 ranked DJ in the world, and together they wrote “This Light Between Us,” featured on
Armin’s Mirage album. Their partnership was such a success, and the song such a smash for the DJ hitting the #1 spot in multiple countries, that
Armin invited Christian on tour with him in 2010 through 2011. Somewhere between all the touring, Christian found time to write and perform “Love
and Motion” from Benny Benassi’s Rock n’ Rave album and has plans to do more work with Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyke, Tisto and BT in the
coming year. It’s a genre he feels extremely comfortable with. “For dance music, I hear the beat and feel it. I find there’s more “space” in
dance tracks. You can play around more with dance tracks, and for me, there’s more opportunity to be creative. Melodically you can do a lot of cool
things as well. I love the drama. When I team up with a DJ on a dance track, I often don’t know where the song is going to take me.”
While it seems like it could be an enormous transition to go from rock stardom to one of the most in-demand singer/songwriters in Dance music, it was
seamless for Christian, who not only had the experience of performing in front of large audiences, but an appreciation for how readily the dance
community has embraced him. “I’ve been getting a fantastic response from all the live shows, and love on Twitter and Facebook. When you do a show
with a DJ, everyone is there for a good time, and every show is electric. There is a true sense of community and a passion for the genre of music. I
feel really fortunate to be a part of it.” Currently, Christian is recording his debut solo album for Armada Music, collaborating with artists such
as Armin van Buuren, BT, Paul van Dyke and more and is working on his band All Hail the Silence’s first album with BT.
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01. One Thousand Suns (Soundprank Vocal Edit) (02:54)
02. One Thousand Suns (Original Vocal Edit) (03:35)
03. One Thousand Suns (Danny Howard Vocal Edit) (04:08)
04. One Thousand Suns (Soundprank Vocal Mix) (05:08)
05. One Thousand Suns (Danny Howard Vocal Mix) (07:03)