Just Be is the second studio album by Dutch DJ Tiësto. It was released on 6 April 2004 in the Netherlands and 15 May 2004 in the United States (see 2004 in music). The album features BT, Kirsty Hawkshaw, and Aqualung on vocals. There is also a remake of Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings". The album's singles were "Love Comes Again", "Traffic", "Just Be" (the title track), and "Adagio for Strings"
Songs in album Tiësto - Just Be (2005). 1. Just Be (Antillas Club Mix).
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Just Be is Tiësto’s second artist album, released on 6 April, 2004 in the Netherlands and 15 May, 2004 in the USA (see 2004 in music). There is also a remake of Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings. The album’s singles were Love Comes Again, Traffic, Just Be (the title track), and Adagio for Strings. The track Sweet Misery was originally written for Evanescence but it did not meet the deadline for the release of their album. Style The album begins with Forever Today which is composed of soft sounds of strings which includes a strong bassline later in the song. Its second track, featuring Brian Transeau, is the second single from the album Love Comes Again. The song uses Latin percussion sounds which are followed by BT’s vocals. The third track is the uplifting Traffic.
Just Be. Hardcore techno Trance Progressive trance Electronic dance music Electronic House Progressive house Hard house Big room house Techno. Just Be. Adagio For Strings. Traffic (Original Mix). Traffic (Max Walder Remix).
Tiësto - Just Be ((Album Version)). 2. Tiësto - Different Day, Different Light. 3. Tiësto - Fall To Pieces. 4. Tiësto - Chase My Rabbit.
The word would have been best saved for his 2004 album, Just Be. A better album to watch lava lamps slowly flow than for frantically twirling glowsticks, Just Be is as moody as the black-and-white photographs throughout the booklet, until a couple mindless tracks screw it all up. With whispers about a crazy dream from vocalist Aqualung, "UR" is the centerpiece of the album and one of the best honest-to-goodness "songs" Tiësto has ever come up with. The album is heavy with lyrics, but they're usually minimal - more three- or four-word impressions of things than actual.