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Tiesto Plans 'Club Life - Volume Two Miami' Mix

New set features remixes of Coldplay, Gotye and the Naked and Famous

Tiesto Plans 'Club Life - Volume Two Miami' Mix
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March 8, 2012 9:30 AM ET

Tiësto is set to release a new mix album, Club Life - Volume Two Miami, on April 24th through his own label, Musical Freedom. It's the second part of the DJ and producer's series of mixes based on the city and its dance music culture. "I picked Miami because it’s one of my favorite cities in the world," says Tiësto. "There’s so much to do, the club life there is amazing, it’s a very glamorous city."

The mix will feature brand new remixes of several familiar tunes, including Coldplay's hit "Paradise," Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" and the Naked and Famous' "Young Blood," which Tiësto reworked alongside Dutch producer Hardwell.

Artwork for the album will soon be revealed on Tiësto's ClubLifeMiami.com site, and other announcements regarding the record and the DJ's upcoming tour will be highlighted with the #TiestoClubLife2 hashtag on Twitter.

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