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Tiësto a commencé par produire des morceaux hardcore sous le pseudonyme de Da Joker/DJ Limited, mais au milieu des années 90, il s’est orienté vers la production de Trance. En 1997, Arny Bink et lui décident de fonder le label Black Hole Recordings.

En 2003, Tiësto rentre dans l’histoire en étant le 1er DJ à avoir son propre concert. Et c’est devant pas moins de 25 000 personnes au Gelredome de Arnhem que Tiësto a mixé pendant 8 heures. Cela reste à ce jour une des plus grosses performances jamais réalisées par un DJ.

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En 2004 et à la vue du succès de la 1re édition, Tiësto décide d’organiser à nouveau Tiësto in concert, en proposant cette fois ci deux éditions : au Pays-Bas, toujours à Arnhem et en Belgique à l’Ethias Arena de Hasselt. Le succès est encore plus immense et cette soirée reste considérée par certains comme une des meilleures soirées trance de tous les temps. Par la suite, Tiësto a organisé une tournée mondiale, se terminant par Tiesto In Concert in Las Vegas pour le nouvel an 2005/2006.

En 2007, il revient avec une nouvelle tournée Elements of Life. Une série de concerts auront lieu un peu partout dont à L’Ethias Arena de Hasselt en mai et en juin 2007 au Gelredome de Arnhem, soit les mêmes endroits que pour sa tournée Tiësto in concert.
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Tiësto est célèbre pour ses sets de six heures nommés www.tiestosolo.com.En 2001 Son remix de Delerium ft. Sarah McLachlan – « Silence » est le premier single qui passe à la radio nord-américaine et reste 4 semaines en tête du top 10 britannique.Un record pour un artiste de la scène techno.

En 2001, Tiësto crée un nouveau « sous » label : « Magik Muzik » qui produit ses titres favoris. Les premières sorties ont eu lieu en 2001, avec l’anthem « Flight 643 » et son album très attendu « In My Memory » ; puis plus récemment les titres de Umerk, Mark Norman, et Mr Sam vs. Fred Baker.

Durant l’été 2002 Sa participation à la Cérémonie d’ouverture des Jeux Olympiques de 2004, lors de l’entrée des athlètes dans le stade a également beaucoup oeuvré à sa notoriété. Regardé par 2 à 4 milliards de téléspectateurs dans le monde, il est ainsi devenu le premier DJ à jouer en direct lors d’un tel événement. En 2002 La « Black Hole Recordings » britannique voit le jour (un label « frère » pour approvisionner le marché anglais).

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DJ Tiësto a produit une énorme quantité de mix dont quelque-uns sont devenus populaires. Il a aussi sorti de nombreuses compilations comme la série Magik, Forbidden Paradise, In Search Of Sunrise et Nyana. De plus, il a travaillé en étroite collaboration avec Ferry Corsten en formant le duo Gouryella.

Après avoir remporté presque toutes les récompenses musicales en 2002, Tiësto est désigné « DJ numéro 1 au monde » par le top 100 des magazines spécialisés.
Sa devise est : «Je sens l’énergie de la foule et j’essaye de la rendre, pour créer une unité.»

Tiësto a utilisé de nombreux pseudonymes au cours de sa carrière, dont les plus connus sont les suivants : Allure, Da Joker, DJ Limited, Drumfire, Hammock Brothers, Paradise In Dubs, Passenger, Roze, Stray Dog, Tom Ace ou bien Wild Bunch.

Discographie :

Singles:

2000 Flight 643
2001 Urban train
2002 Love’s on fire
2003 Suburban train
2004 Traffic
2004 Love comes again
2004 Just be
2004 Athena
2004 Victorious
2005 Adagio for strings
2005 The loves we lost
2006 Pirates of the carribean 2
2006 Dance4life
2007 In the dark
2007 Break my fall

Albums:

2001 In My Memory
2003 In My Memory (nouvelle version avec un CD de remix)
2004 Just Be (avec BT, Aqualung, Kirsty Hawkshaw)
2004 Parade Of The Athletes (avec Daniel Stewart, Geert Huinink)
2005 Just Be Remixed (disponible uniquement sur iTunes)
2007 Elements Of Life

Co-productions :

« Gouryella » (avec Ferry Corsten) (Singles)
1999 Walhalla
1999 Gouryella
2000 Tenshi
2002 Ligaya (DJ Tiësto n’a pas participé, John Ewbank a participé)
« Vimana » (avec Ferry Corsten) (Singles)
1999 We Came
2000 Dreamtime
« Kamaya Painters » (avec Benno De Goeij) (Singles)
1998 Endless Wave
1999 Far From Over
2001 Wasteland
« Control Freaks » (avec Benno De Goeij et Piet Bervoets) (Singles)
1998 Subspace Interference
« Major League » (avec Armin Van Buuren)
2000 Wonder Where You Are
« Alibi » (avec Armin Van Buuren)
2000 Eternity
« Glycerine » (avec DJ Yves)
1996 666
« Hard Target » (avec G-Shock)
? Knights Of Hardcore
« T-Scanner » (avec G-Shock)
1994 Trip To Heaven
« West & Storm » (avec G-Shock)
1995 Porpoise
1995 Sunday Morning
1996 Back 2 Basic
« TB X-Press » (avec DJ Ghost)
1996 When I Was A Sperm
2006 DJ Tiesto Ft. Maxi Jazz  » Dance 4 life  » (pour l’association de même nom)
DVD
2003 Another Day At The Office (DVD)
2003 Tiësto In Concert (2 DVD)
2003 Tiësto In Concert – Take Two (DVD)
2004 Tiësto In Concert 2 (2 DVD)
Compilations mixées [modifier]
1995 Forbidden Paradise 3 – The Quest For Atlantis
1995 Forbidden Paradise 4 – High As A Kite
1996 Forbidden Paradise 5 – Arctic Expedition
1996 Forbidden Paradise 6 – Valley Of Fire
1997 Magik One – First Flight
1998 Magik Two – Story Of The Fall
1998 Magik Three – Far From Earth
1998 Forbidden Paradise 7 – Deep Forest
1999 Magik Four – A New Adventure
1999 In Search Of Sunrise 1
2000 Summerbreeze
2000 Magik Five – Heaven Beyond
2000 Magik Six – Live In Amsterdam
2000 In Search of Sunrise 2
2001 Magik Seven – Live In Los Angeles
2001 Revolution
2002 In Search of Sunrise 3 – Panama
2003 Nyana
2003 DJ Tiësto – World Leader
2005 In Search of Sunrise 4 – Latin America
2006 In Search of Sunrise 5 – Los Angeles
2007 In Search of Sunrise 6 – Ibiza (sortie en septembre 2007)

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Tiësto is one of the world’s most famous trance DJs. Although he has used many aliases in the past, he is best known for his work as DJ Tiësto. On his latest productions, however, he has dropped the « DJ » label and he is now known simply as « Tiësto », an alias which is an Italian twist on his childhood nickname.

Globally, Tiësto is best known for being the first DJ to play live at an Olympic games opening ceremony, at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, and he has also been voted « best DJ in the World » 3 consecutive times by DJ magazine. He is also known for his first production, an acclaimed remix that thrust him into the sphere of world-renowned DJs.

As of May 2006 Tiësto is the official worldwide ambassador for the Dance4Life foundation, fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS, for which he recorded the track « Dance4life ».
His hit singles include « Flight 643, » « Lethal Industry, » « Suburban Train, » « Traffic, » « Just Be, » (vocals by Kirsty Hawkshaw) and his interpretation of Samuel Barber’s « Adagio for Strings. » « Flight 643″ was voted as the second most influential dance track of all time by ID&T fans. »Lethal Industry » has one of the most identifiable climaxes in trance, « Traffic » was the first instrumental track to reach #1 in the Netherlands in 23 years.

His artist albums, In My Memory and Just Be, together contain these mentioned songs in addition to more of Tiësto’s better known productions. His Magik CD series of 7 albums, beginning with Magik One: First Flight in 1997 and essentially ending with Magik Seven: Live in Los Angeles in 2000, was the best selling trance mix CD series of all time.

Besides his solo efforts he has also worked with the support of Cor Fijneman, DJ Montana, DJ N.Cribbs, DJ FastX, Mauro Picotto, and he has collaborated with Benno De Goeij under the name Kamaya Painters and Control Freak, Armin van Buuren under the alias Major League and Alibi and also BT Brian Transeau. He has previously worked very successfully with Ferry Corsten under the name Gouryella (which is now Ferry Corsten alone) and Vimana.

Tiësto’s motto is: « I feel the energy from the crowd and I try to give it back. »

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History:

Early Career

Tiësto

Tijs Verwest began DJing professionally at school parties and then moved on to become a resident DJ between 1985 and 1993 at several clubs in The Netherlands. During these years, he produced hardcore/gabber tracks under the aliases Da Joker and DJ Limited. However, it was at the Spock, a small club in Breda, where he was able to fine-tune his own style by playing in a separate room from 10 pm until 4 am on weekends. In the mid 1990s, he started to produce trance, and in 1997 he and Arny Bink co-founded Black Hole Recordings to support his work releasing a series of singles under various aliases. Black Hole Recordings and its sub-label Magik Muzik continue to sign Tiësto’s vision of trance – producing musicians and DJs such as Cor Fijneman, Ton TB, and Mark Norman.

First DJ to perform solo concerts:

Tiësto’s fame started to rise in the late 1990s after his set at the first ID&T Innercity party, and it continued to skyrocket in the early 2000s following his six-hour « Tiësto Solo » sets which he performed without other DJs or opening acts.

This idea, of one DJ playing alone to a large crowd, was brought to its pinnacle when Tiësto was the first DJ to hold a solo concert in a stadium; on May 10, 2003, he performed for over 25,000 people in Arnhem’s Gelredome. Dubbed « Tiësto in Concert », the event was an enormous success. He repeated the same type of concert the following year during two consecutive nights in late October. In addition to holding these two concerts for 35,000 of his fans, he held another concert for a crowd of 20,000 in Hasselt, Belgium the following week. DVDs of both his May 10, 2003 and October 30, 2004 concerts have been released.

Tiësto in 2005

On August 20, 2005 Verwest took « Tiësto in Concert » to the United States when he played to thousands of fans in Los Angeles, California in the Los Angeles Sports Arena. For the second year in a row he performed live for a New Year’s Eve/New Year’s concert in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Orleans Arena to a sell-out crowd. Despite his four-city American tour being postponed due to the hurricane damage in New Orleans and Miami, playing such cities in the United States further expanded and cemented his popularity among more mainstream audiences. In the fall of 2005 he went on a very successful tour across Central and Eastern Europe where he played once in each country to crowds of 10,000 to 15,000 fans.

Stops were made in Slovakia, Serbia, Macedonia, Romania, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Turkey, Poland, and Croatia. Tiësto also performed at the UNITY festival in South Africa where he played a show at the Gallagher Estate Arena in Midrand, a suburb of Johannesburg, to over 18,000 fans.

The pinnacle of Tiësto’s career is often considered to be his performance at the opening ceremony of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, another first for a DJ. A studio-recorded rerun of his Olympic set, including new songs especially composed for the occasion, was released as a nonstop mix-CD entitled Parade of the Athletes in October 2004.

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Radio show:

On April 6, 2007 Tiësto began presenting a new weekly two-hour radio show called « Tiësto’s Club Life » on Dutch radio station Radio 538. XM Satellite Radio in the United States later started broadcasting the show on Channel 81 BPM as part of their « Global Domination » lineup on Saturday nights. The show is broadcast on Radio 538 on Friday nights between 22:00 CET and midnight and on BPM on Saturday nights between 8:00 PM EST and 10:00 PM EST. The first hour is also available as a podcast on the Radio 538 website.

July 2007– Lebanese terror hoax ended up a huge success:

In late May 2007 the international DJ scene was in a state of alarm after a Lebanese site, Ya Libnan, announced that Dutch DJ Tiësto would be targeted by the radical islamist group Fatah al-Islam. There would exist plans to kill DJ Tiësto during his DJ set in Byblos on Monday July 2 at the Eddé Sands Hotel & Resort. This announcement was later retracted as spurious and based on rumours. Tiësto completed the Byblos gig which turned out to be a huge success and according to Ya Libnan it has « officially become the biggest event in Lebanon’s history » breaking the venue’s previous record of 16,000 by several thousand – at 2 a.m. the Eddé Sands beach and the neighbouring beach had reached maximum capacity and thousands had to be turned away having to watch from nearby roads and surrounding areas.

July 2007– Bahrain fans disappointed

On July 4, 2007, Tiësto failed to show up at his scheduled Elements of Life tour concert in Bahrain’s capital Manama. Without prior warning, the DJ left a crowd of over 3000 fans waiting until the closing hours. Ticket prices went up to $250, and fans from across the region flew in to Bahrain just to attend the concert. The concert was clearly scheduled on his website, and tickets were still being sold until the last moment by local organizers Prime Time Entertainment and promoter Ayman Al Hamad. Apparently, Tiësto waited until the final hours to get paid in full by the organizers prior to his performance, but according to Tiësto himself they never did. Shortly before closing moments, the crowd started rioting demanding Tiësto’s appearance, which forced the local police to intervene.

On July 6 Tiësto provided an explanation of what had happened on his website:

Later, promoter Ayman Al Hamad told Bahrain’s Gulf Daily News newspaper that Tiësto was very stupid for the statements he provided on his website, and that he believes that the DJ refused to perform because he was expecting more than 3000 fans to show up at his debut in Bahrain. Ayman also said that the DJ was offered the full payment in parts of different currencies, but refused to receive part of the payment in Bahraini Dinar because Tiësto was not willing recognize it as a valid currency. Al Hamad strongly refutes Tiësto claim that there was nobody to transport him from his hotel to the venue: « Even if I didn’t have a car for him any of the fans would be happy to offer one of theirs. » He has announced that legal action will be taken against Tiësto and is also urging witnesses who took photographs or videos of the melee to come forward to assist the ongoing investigation into what did in fact take place. According to the news article Prime Time Entertainment had paid Tiësto 18,000 euros in advance to cover his private jet expenses.

August 2007– Winnipeg Bomb Hoax

On August 23, 2007, during the Winnipeg stop on Tiesto’s Elements of Life tour concert in Manitoba’s capital Winnipeg, a bomb threat was called in to local authorities, prompting an immediate shut down of the concert in the middle of Tiesto’s set. Amid fears that a riot would ensue, the Winnipeg Police Department dispatched over 20 cruisers from around the city to control the crowd. The crowd did not turn violent despite fears they would and the party continued outside when local buskers began to play. The building was searched and cleared and Tiesto resumed his set around 1 am. .

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Honours and awards:

Tiësto was the first DJ to hold DJ Magazine’s « No. 1. DJ in the World » title for the three consecutive years: in 2002, 2003 and 2004. Other honours include countless national and international best DJ awards, being named Officer of the « Order of Orange-Nassau » by the Dutch Royalty, and being voted by the Dutch people as their 40th greatest citizen of all time.

2007

WMC Awards Miami Best Progressive House/Trance Track (Dance 4 Life)
WMC Awards Miami Best Ortofon Global DJ 2006
WMC Awards Miami Best Full Length DJ Mix CD (In Search of Sunrise VOL.5)

2005

3 FM Award Best Dance Artist
Release Dance Award Best Trance/Progressive artist
Release Dance Award Best International DJ
TMF Belgium Best International DJ
Dance Music Award Germany Best Trance Artist
WMC Awards Miami Best Producer
WMC Awards Miami Best Hi-NRG / Euro track
WMC Awards Miami The Ortofon Best European DJ 2004
WMC Awards Miami Best Producer 2004
TMF Award Holland Best Dance National
TMF Award Holland Radio 538 single of the year
TMF Award Holland Lifetime Achievement
Edison Music Award Best dance album – Just Be

2004

ID&T Dutch DJ Award Best Dutch DJ by audience
Buma/Stemra Sound of Silence Award
TMF Award Belgium Best International DJ
World Music Award World’s best selling Dutch artist
Ibiza DJ Award Best International DJ Trance
TMF Award Holland Best National DJ
TMF Award Holland Best Dance Act National
DJ Mag Top 100 Number 1 Position
WMC Awards Miami Best International DJ
DJUK awards best DJ

2003

World Dancestar Award U.S.A. Best International DJ
ID&T Dutch DJ Award Best Dutch DJ by professional jury
ID&T Dutch DJ Award Best Dutch DJ by audience
Radio 538 Dance Award Radio 538 Dutch Audience Edison
TMF Award Holland Best Dance Act National
TMF Award Holland Best National DJ
TMF Award Belgium Best Dance International
MTV Europe Music Award Best Dutch Act
BG Magazine Award Best Club/Trance/Hardhouse DJ
DJ Mag Top 100 Number 1 Position
Mixmag Award Best Resident Ibiza

Mix Compilations

Forbidden Paradise 3 – The Quest for Atlantis (1995)
Forbidden Paradise 4 – High as a Kite (1995)
Forbidden Paradise 5 – Arctic Expedition (1996)
Lost Treasures 1 – Isle of Ra (1996)
Lost Treasures 2 – Concerto for Sonic Circles (1996)
Forbidden Paradise 6 – Valley of Fire (1996)
Magik One: First Flight (1997)
Lost Treasures 3 – Creatures of the Deep (1997)
Forbidden Paradise 7 – Deep Forest (1998)
Space Age 1.0 (1998)
Magik Two: Story of the Fall (1998)
Magik Three: Far from Earth (1998)
Space Age 2.0 (1999)
Magik Four: A New Adventure (1999)
In Search of Sunrise 1 (1999)
Live At Innercity, Amsterdam RAI (1999)
Magik Five: Heaven Beyond (2000)
Magik Six: Live in Amsterdam (2000)
Summerbreeze (2000)
In Search of Sunrise 2 (2000)
Revolution (2001)
Magik Seven: Live in Los Angeles (2001)
In Search of Sunrise 3: Panama (2002)
Nyana (2003)
In Search of Sunrise 4: Latin America (2005)
In Search of Sunrise 5: Los Angeles (2006)
In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza (2007)

Singles

1994 « Extacy »
1994 « Spiritual Wipe Out » (as Da Joker)
1994 « Arabsession » (as DJ Limited)
1994 « In the Ghetto » (as Da Joker)
1996 « Second Game » (as Tom Ace)
1996 « The Tube »
1996 « In My Heart » (as Paradise In Dubs)
1996 « Blackspin » (as Passenger)
1997 « Blaze of Night » (as Hammock Brothers)
1998 « Our Love » (as Roze)Á
1998 « When She Left » (as Allure)
1998 « Flying Squirrel Problem » (as Drumfire)
1999 « Mirror » (as Stray Dog)
1999 « Rejected / When She Left » (as Allure)
1999 « Lethal Industry » #5 Spain
1999 « Sparkles »
1999 « Theme from Norefjell »
2000 « No More Tears » (as Allure)
2000 « We Ran at Dawn » (as Allure)
2000 « Silence » [Remix] #3 UK #5 CAN #6 AUS
2001 « Battleship Grey »
2001 « Flight 643 »
2001 « Suburban Train »
2001 « Urban Train »
2002 « In My Memory »
2002 « In My Memory » Remixes
2002 « Magik Journey »
2002 « Obsession » (with Junkie XL)
2002 « We Came » (with Ferry Corsten)
2003 « Traffic »
2004 « Dallas 4pm »
2004 « Love Comes Again » (with BT)
2004 « Just Be » (feat. Kirsty Hawkshaw)
2005 « Adagio for Strings »
2005 « The Loves We Lost » (as Allure) #50 IRL
2006 « He’s a Pirate » [Tiësto Remix] #18 DEN
2006 « Dance4life » (feat. Maxi Jazz)
2007 « In the Dark » (feat. Christian Burns)
2007 « Break My Fall » (feat. BT)

Music Videos

From In My Memory
Flight 643
Lethal Industry
Suburban Train
From Just Be
Love Comes Again
Traffic
Just Be
Adagio For Strings
From Elements of Life
Dance4life
In the Dark
Break My Fall

Remixes

2007 Justin Timberlake – LoveStoned (Tiësto Remix)
2007 Inhaler – Something About You (Tiësto Remix)
2007 JES – Imagination (Tiësto Remix)
2007 Imogen Heap – Hide & Seek (Tiësto Remix)
2007 Snow Patrol – Open Your Eyes (Tiësto Remix)
2007 Tiesto Feat. Christian Burns – In the Dark (Tiësto’s Trance Mix)
2006 Jose Gonzalez – Crosses (Tiësto Remix)
2006 Klaus Badelt – He’s a Pirate (Tiësto Remix)
2006 Klaus Badelt – He’s a Pirate (Tiësto Orchestral Mix)
2006 Klaus Badelt – He’s a Pirate (Tiësto Radio Edit Remix)
2004 BT Feat JC Chasez– The Force of Gravity (Tiësto Remix)
2004 Cirque Du Soleil – Mer Noire (Tiësto Remix)
2003 DJ Cor Fijneman – Venus (Meant to Be Your Lover) (Tiësto Remix)
2003 Hampshire & Nysse – Eternal Voices (Tiësto’s Alternative Breaks Mix)
2003 Kane – Rain Down on Me (Tiësto Instrumental Mix)
2003 Kane – Rain Down on Me (Tiësto Vocal Mix)
2003 Madonna – Die Another Day (Tiësto Dedicated Remix)
2003 Radiohead – Street Spirit (Tiësto Remix)
2003 Skin – Faithfulness (Tiësto Instrumental Mix)
2003 Skin – Faithfulness (Tiësto Remix)
2002 Conjure One – Tears from the Moon (DJ Tiësto’s In Search of Sunrise Remix)
2002 Junkie XL – Breezer (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2002 Kosheen – Hungry (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2002 Lost Witness – Did I Dream (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2002 Mauro Picotto – Pulsar 2002 (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2002 Moby – Extreme Ways (DJ Tiësto’s Instrumental Mix)
2002 Moby – Extreme Ways (DJ Tiësto’s Vocal Mix)
2002 Moby – We Are All Made of Stars (DJ Tiësto’s Dub Mix)
2002 Moby – We Are All Made of Stars (DJ Tiësto’s Full Vocal Mix)
2002 Paul Oakenfold – Southern Sun (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2002 Saint Etienne – Action (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2002 Saint Etienne – Action (DJ Tiësto Instrumental Remix)
2002 Svenson & Gielen – We Know What You Did (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2002 The ROC Project – Never (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2002 Umek – Gatex (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Abnea – Velvet Moods (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Coast 2 Coast – Home (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Dave Matthews Band – The Space Between (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Delerium – Innocente (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 DuMonde – Never Look Back (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Faithless – Tarantula (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Jan Johnston – Flesh (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Kid Vicious – Re-Form (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Motorcraft – When Time Will Come (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2001 Schiller – Das Glockenspiel (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2000 Aria – Willow (DJ Tiësto’s Magikal Remake)
2000 Delerium – Silence (DJ Tiësto’s In Search of Sunrise Remix)
2000 DJ Jan – Blaxo (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2000 E.V.O. – The Sound of The Drums (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2000 Goldenscan – Sunrise (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2000 Green Court – Shining (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2000 Jaimy & Kenny D – Caught Me Running (DJ Tiësto’s Summerbreeze Mix)
2000 Lunatic Asylum – Cabal (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2000 Sarah McLachlan – Sweet Surrender (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2000 SuReal – You Take My Breathe Away (DJ Tiësto Remix)
2000 SuReal – You Take My Breathe Away (DJ Tiesto Instrumental Mix)
2000 Yahel – Open Your Mind (DJ Tiësto’s Magikal Remake)
2000 Yahel – Voyage (DJ Tiësto’s Magikal Remake)
2000 Yahel & Miss T– Going Up (DJ Tiësto’s Magikal Remake)
1999 Airscape – L’esperanza (DJ Tiësto Remix)
1999 Balearic Bill – Destination Sunshine (DJ Tiësto Dub)
1999 Balearic Bill – Destination Sunshine (DJ Tiësto Power Mix)
1999 Binary Finary – 1999 (Gouryella Remix) (With Ferry Corsten)
1999 BT – Dreaming (DJ Tiësto Remix)
1999 Moontribe – Dance of the Seventh Hill (DJ Tiësto’s Power Dub)
1999 Scoop – Wings of Love (Magikal Remake)
1999 Signum – Coming on Strong (DJ Tiësto Remix)
1999 Subtle By Design – Sirius (DJ Tiësto Remix)
1999 Topazz – New Millennium (Control Freaks Edit)
1998 DJ Rene & Da Groove – You’re So Beautiful (DJ Tiësto & Montana Beautiful Remix)
1998 Hybrid – Airless (DJ Tiësto’s Magikal Remake)
1998 Nickelson – Aquaphonic (DJ Tiësto & DJ Kim Remix)
1998 The MacKenzie – Innocence (DJ Tiësto’s Magikal Remake)

Co production

« Tiësto, Montana & Storm » (with DJ Montana & DJ Storm)
1998 Gimme Some Sugar
« Gouryella »(with Ferry Corsten) (Singles)
1999 Walhalla
1999 Gouryella
2000 Tenshi
2002 Ligaya ( Tijs Verwest did not participate, John Ewbank participated)
« Vimana »(with Ferry Corsten) (Singles)
1999 We Came
2000 Dreamtime
« Kamaya Painters » (with Benno De Goeij) (Singles)
1998 Endless Wave
1999 Northern Spirit
1999 Far From Over
2000 Cryptomnesia
2000 Wasteland
2001 Summerbreeze
« Control Freaks » (with Benno De Goeij and Piet Bervoets) (Singles)
1998 Subspace Interference
« Major League » (with Armin Van Buuren)
2000 Wonder Where You Are
« Alibi » (with Armin Van Buuren)
2000 Eternity
« Glycerine » (with DJ Yves)
1996 666
« Hard Target » (with G-Shock)
? Knights Of Hardcore
« T-Scanner » (with G-Shock)
1994 Trip To Heaven
« West & Storm » (with G-Shock)
1995 Porpoise
1995 Sunday Morning
1996 Back 2 Basic
« TB X-Press » (with DJ Ghost)
1996 When I Was A Sperm

Video/DVD

1999 DJ Tiësto Live At Innercity, Rai Amsterdam (Video)
2001 Underground Trance – Special Appearance & Magikal Remake By Tiësto (DVD + 2 CD)
2003 Another Day At The Office (DVD)
2003 Tiësto In Concert (2xDVD)
2003 Tiësto In Concert – Take Two (DVD)
2004 Tiësto In Concert 2 (2xDVD)
2005 Tiësto In Concert 2 (US Release)

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