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Miami 2012 mixed by MYNC & Nicky Romero (Official Minimix HD)

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CR2 & KONTOR RECORDS PRESENT: MIAMI 2012 MIXED BY MYNC & NICKY ROMERO 33 CLUB ANTHEMS PLUS EXCLUSIVE DJ MIXES BY MYNC & NICKY ROMERO DOWNLOAD VERSION: OUT 24.02.2012! BUY HERE: itunes.apple.com TRACKLISTING: 01. Nicky Romero – Se7En (Compilation Edit) 02. Azari & III – Reckless With Your Love (MYNC Stadium Mix) 03. Chuckie & Gregor Salto – What Happens in Vegas (Miami VIP) 04. Inpetto – No More Serious Faces 05. Kura – Love Will Find You 06. Nari, Milani & Maurizio Gubellini – Up (Instrumental) 07. Jerma – Believe in Love (Instrumental) 08. Stevie Mink & Katt Niall – Everyday 09. Fareoh – Facepaint 10. Nicky Romero – Camorra 11. Nilson – Restless 12. Chris Melin – With You 13. Pierce Fulton – Who Wants Spaghetti? 14. Lunde Bros. – What 15. Nilson – Bottled 16. Lunde Bros. – Some Kind of Monster 17. Sexxx – Bound for Glory 18. Umek – Next Turn 19. Billy Mason – It’s All Sorted 20. Vida – I Got the Love 21. Alex Cue – To You 22. Freddy See – Black Swan 23. Darko De Jan & Marc Fisher – Cha Cha 24. Laurent Simeca – Miami 25. Dj Pp & Cuartero – Alamedus 26. Patrick M & Andretta – Day By Day 27. Hardwell & Nicky Romero – Beta 28. Tara McDonald & Sidney Samson – Dynamite (Nicky Romero Remix) 29. Daddy’s Groove – Wild World (Instrumental Mix) 30. Hardwell & JoeySuki – Munster 31. Nicky Romero – Toulouse 32. R3hab, Swanky Tunes & Hard Rock Sofa – Sending My Love (Afrojack Edit) 33. Albin Myers – Hells Bells 34. MYNC – Miami 2012 (Mixed by MYNC) 35. Nicky Romero – Miami 2012 (Mixed

DJ Tiesto @ Trance Energy 2000 ~ FULL SET

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Tiesto @ Energy 2000 - Beursgebouw – Eindhoven – Netherlands 31-12-1999

Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant

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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant
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The Pratt Street Power Plant, also known as the Pier Four Power Plant, at 601 East Pratt Street, was built in Neo-Classical style by the architectural firm of Baldwin & Pennington between 1900 and 1909. From 2001-2003, the 132-foot by 326-foot complex, consisting of three brick with terra cotta trim structures, was converted to the mixed-use project, Power Plant Live! The Power Plant presently contained the first ESPN Zone in the country, opened July 11, 1998, a Hard Rock Café, a multi-story Barnes & Noble, a Gold’s Gym, restaurants, a concert hall, and loft offices.

The Power Plant served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company, a consolidation of smaller street railway systems, that influenced the provision of city-wide transportation and opened up suburban areas of Baltimore to power its electric street railway in the city. It later served as a central steam plant for the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company for million. The plant, with obsolescent equipment, was used sparingly until it was returned to service to meet the World War II production demand for electricity.After the electric plant was retired from service, the building was vacant for a time. The building had been the site of many failed development endeavors, most notably an indoor Six Flags theme park (1985-1989) and a short-lived dance club called P.T. Flagg’s (1989-1990).

National Register #87000564 (1987)

Killer Dwarfs – Doesn’t Matter (1990)

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By popular request! The same as the other Doesn’t Matter video, but with the 1990 studio audio instead of the 2001 live version. Go Dunk!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant

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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant
hard rock club
Image by wallyg
The Pratt Street Power Plant, also known as the Pier Four Power Plant, at 601 East Pratt Street, was built in Neo-Classical style by the architectural firm of Baldwin & Pennington between 1900 and 1909. From 2001-2003, the 132-foot by 326-foot complex, consisting of three brick with terra cotta trim structures, was converted to the mixed-use project, Power Plant Live! The Power Plant presently contained the first ESPN Zone in the country, opened July 11, 1998, a Hard Rock Café, a multi-story Barnes & Noble, a Gold’s Gym, restaurants, a concert hall, and loft offices.

The Power Plant served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company, a consolidation of smaller street railway systems, that influenced the provision of city-wide transportation and opened up suburban areas of Baltimore to power its electric street railway in the city. It later served as a central steam plant for the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company for million. The plant, with obsolescent equipment, was used sparingly until it was returned to service to meet the World War II production demand for electricity.After the electric plant was retired from service, the building was vacant for a time. The building had been the site of many failed development endeavors, most notably an indoor Six Flags theme park (1985-1989) and a short-lived dance club called P.T. Flagg’s (1989-1990).

National Register #87000564 (1987)

T1M Melbourne Shuffle Compilation [Part 1]

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hey guys, i have created a compilation of a very good and original shuffler, his name is T1M you can check out his channel here www.youtube.com ps i failed with quality SONGLIST Hardstyle Masterz – Respect Chain Reaction – Answers TNT – Double Dutch Darkies DJ D – Disharmonic Harmony [Hardcore 2008] 鬼步舞的代表人物TIM!!!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant

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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant
hard rock club
Image by wallyg
The Pratt Street Power Plant, also known as the Pier Four Power Plant, at 601 East Pratt Street, was built in Neo-Classical style by the architectural firm of Baldwin & Pennington between 1900 and 1909. From 2001-2003, the 132-foot by 326-foot complex, consisting of three brick with terra cotta trim structures, was converted to the mixed-use project, Power Plant Live! The Power Plant presently contained the first ESPN Zone in the country, opened July 11, 1998, a Hard Rock Café, a multi-story Barnes & Noble, a Gold’s Gym, restaurants, a concert hall, and loft offices.

The Power Plant served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company, a consolidation of smaller street railway systems, that influenced the provision of city-wide transportation and opened up suburban areas of Baltimore to power its electric street railway in the city. It later served as a central steam plant for the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company for million. The plant, with obsolescent equipment, was used sparingly until it was returned to service to meet the World War II production demand for electricity.After the electric plant was retired from service, the building was vacant for a time. The building had been the site of many failed development endeavors, most notably an indoor Six Flags theme park (1985-1989) and a short-lived dance club called P.T. Flagg’s (1989-1990).

National Register #87000564 (1987)

Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant

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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant
hard rock club
Image by wallyg
The Pratt Street Power Plant, also known as the Pier Four Power Plant, at 601 East Pratt Street, was built in Neo-Classical style by the architectural firm of Baldwin & Pennington between 1900 and 1909. From 2001-2003, the 132-foot by 326-foot complex, consisting of three brick with terra cotta trim structures, was converted to the mixed-use project, Power Plant Live! The Power Plant presently contained the first ESPN Zone in the country, opened July 11, 1998, a Hard Rock Café, a multi-story Barnes & Noble, a Gold’s Gym, restaurants, a concert hall, and loft offices.

The Power Plant served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company, a consolidation of smaller street railway systems, that influenced the provision of city-wide transportation and opened up suburban areas of Baltimore to power its electric street railway in the city. It later served as a central steam plant for the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company for million. The plant, with obsolescent equipment, was used sparingly until it was returned to service to meet the World War II production demand for electricity.After the electric plant was retired from service, the building was vacant for a time. The building had been the site of many failed development endeavors, most notably an indoor Six Flags theme park (1985-1989) and a short-lived dance club called P.T. Flagg’s (1989-1990).

National Register #87000564 (1987)