From Euphoric Trance to coming-of-age Electro, Tiësto has bent his scope on genres with little sign of remorse. Preparing to celebrate the second installment of his Club Life compilation series, Canadian Electro House connoisseur Wolfgang Gartner joins the Dutch superstar for ‘We Own The Night’. Where both respective producers have shown their more mainstream feathers over the past year, ‘We Own The Night’ deals in a familiar yet overtly powerful amalgamation of both producers studio dexterity.

Add the unique topline of Luciana to this potent injection of mechanically tuned House music with a subtle Electro edge and it is easy to see why this is one of the more highly anticipated offerings on Tiësto’s next Club Life installment. Pitching in ahead of recently premiered collaboration with Swanky Tunes and his remix of The Naked & Famous’ ‘Young Blood’ alongside Hardwell and his Miami extension of the Club Life Brand promises to be one of his hottest moments for 2012.

Tiësto & Wolfgang Gartner feat. Luciana – We Own The Night [Musical Freedom] – Beatport Link
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Tiësto & Wolfgang Gartner feat. Luciana – We Own The Night

Words by Dan Carter

8 Comments to “Release: Tiësto & Wolfgang Gartner – We Own The Night [Musical Freedom]”

  • the theme is nice but this is way to commercial isn’t it

  • its not rly what u usually hear from wolfgang… =P

  • ”this is way to commercial isn’t it?”

    You’re a plug Vinny. It’s a catchy song. Just accept it… PLUR.

  • ”You’re a plug Vinny. It’s a catchy song. Just accept it… PLUR.”

    sorry ?

  • For me this song is a joke. i’m a tiesto fan and expected so much more from him and wolfgang . I’m really disappointed with some tiesto his remix of somebody i used to know( so average!),his unrelease remix of cant stop me now,chasing dummers….

  • This song is sick leave it at that. Sometimes I feel you people don’t even give the track a chance you just bash it after listening to the first thirty seconds of it.

  • Yes it is a commercial song but at the same time is pretty good in my opinion, I mean for a song to be good it doen’t necesarilly have to be underground.
    And to Gulan, I think you actually can hear Wolfgang here as a matter of fact it sounds a lot to Space Junk from Wolfgang (not trying to start a ”is a copy of” fight)
    Conclusion, lol, I really like this song :)

  • @JHC yeah, i definitely heard some space junk in there, but those are wolfgangs sounds. i didn’t really feel the track overall but it’s still produced well.

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