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Top George Acosta Albums
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Don't Say It's Over (feat. Miss Palmer)
Don't Say It's Over (feat. Miss Palmer)
[2014]
Some of Me - EP
Some of Me - EP
[2014]
Lost World 2
Lost World 2
[2013]
Aco Tech, Vol. One
Aco Tech, Vol. One
[2012]
The Safety Dance (feat. Men Without Hats) - EP
The Safety Dance (feat. Men Without Hats) - EP
[2012]
Nite Time (feat. Kate Walsh)
Nite Time (feat. Kate Walsh)
[2011]
Visions Behind Expressions
Visions Behind Expressions
[2011]
From Miami to Amsterdam
From Miami to Amsterdam
[2010]
Love Rain Down - EP
Love Rain Down - EP
[2010]
Beautiful - EP
Beautiful - EP
[2010]
Block
Block
[2010]
Tearing Me Apart
Tearing Me Apart
[2010]
I Know - EP (feat. Tiff Lacey)
I Know - EP (feat. Tiff Lacey)
[2010]
True Love
True Love
[2010]
Something About You - EP (feat. Terry B)
Something About You - EP (feat. Terry B)
[2009]
Stay
Stay
[2009]
Manifest (feat. John Sindoni)
Manifest (feat. John Sindoni)
[2009]
All Rights Reserved Vol. 2 (Continuous DJ Mix By George Acosta)
All Rights Reserved Vol. 2 (Continuous DJ Mix By George Acosta)
[2008]
Falling Backwards
Falling Backwards
[2008]
Behind the Wheel (feat. Jeff Vylonis)
Behind the Wheel (feat. Jeff Vylonis)
[2007]
The Apocalypse - EP
The Apocalypse - EP
[2007]
A State of Mind (Continuous DJ Mix By George Acosta)
A State of Mind (Continuous DJ Mix By George Acosta)
[2007]
All Rights Reserved (Mixed by George Acosta)
All Rights Reserved (Mixed by George Acosta)
[2006]
Mellodrama - EP
Mellodrama - EP
[2006]
Blue Monday - EP
Blue Monday - EP
[2005]
The George Acosta EP
The George Acosta EP
[1996]
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Related Information for George Acosta Trance, whether you like your trance melodic and uplifting, or hard and fast, trance by any definition is here to stay. From the warehouse parties of the late 80’s to car commercials in 2001, trance has become part of the new millennium, part of our lifestyle. And all because of DJs like George Acosta. George proves every time he puts a needle on a record that "trance", whatever the label, has changed, evolved, become a lifestyle, a culture… as well it should. With over 15 y.. read more