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Ferry Corsten Top 5 Tracks

Ahead of his visit to Ministry of Sound on October 10th, Ferry Corsten has chosen 5 of his favourite tracks for us.
 

Ahead of his visit to Ministry of Sound on October 10th, Ferry Corsten has chosen 5 of his favourite tracks for us 


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Ferry Corsten - "Punk"

Ferry Corsten: After using lots of different aliases for many years, “Punk” was the first track that got released under my own name. It is still a great feeling to hear the crowd sing along with the melody when I play it in The Gallery or anywhere else in the world.



William Orbit - "Barber’s Adagio For Strings" (Ferry Corsten Remix)


I made this remix back in 1998 (it got released a year later) and I used to play it a lot in the “old” Gallery at Turnmills, but also when I was there last time and when I was playing it, the crowd went nuts when I dropped it! 


Ferry Corsten Feat. Betsie Larkin - "Made Of Love"

One of the tracks on my Twice In A Blue Moon  album is “Made Of  Love”. For this track I got to work together with Betsie Larkin, a US based singer / songwriter that I discovered via MySpace. Her voice is simply beautiful and each time I play at The Gallery, I get requests to play it.


Breakfast - "The Sunlight"

I met Breakfast, a young American producer in a club during one of my US tours. He gave me a CD with some productions and when I was listening to his music in my hotel room I contacted him straight away and signed him to my label Flashover Recordings. “The Sunlight” is a huge summer-ish anthem that I played a lot in my sets.


Ferry Corsten - "Black Light"


One of my more recent releases, with a bit of a darker, edgy trance sound. Works great on the dancefloor!

07 Oct 2014