Ace (Ian Van Dahl album)

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Ace
Studio album by Ian Van Dahl
Released May 21, 2002
Genre Trance, dance
Length 66:47
Label Robbins Entertainment
Producer Patrick Renier
Ian Van Dahl chronology
Ace
(2002)
Lost & Found
(2004)

Ace is the first studio album by the Belgian dance music act known as Ian Van Dahl, released in 2002. The album contains four songs that reached the top 20 of the UK singles chart:[1] "Will I?" (#5); "Reason" (#8); "Try" (#15); and their biggest hit single, "Castles in the Sky", which reached #3 and spent seven weeks in the top 10 in the summer of 2001. This last song also reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the U.S., where it peaked at #91. The album itself peaked at #7 in the UK,[2] where it achieved Gold status after only four weeks. The album title was inspired by taking the first letters of the names of each member of the act; Annemie, Christophe and Eric.

Track listings[edit]

International edition[3]
  1. "Intro" – 02:10
  2. "Reason" – 03:21
  3. "After All" – 05:56
  4. "Satisfy Me" – 06:07
  5. "Will I?" (UK Radio Mix) – 02:40
  6. "Nights on Java" – 07:37
  7. "Try" – 08:12
  8. "Lonely" – 04:16
  9. "Be Mine" – 03:04
  10. "Castles in the Sky" – 03:46
  11. "Nothing Left to Say" – 05:17
  12. "Tears" – 03:20
  13. "{'intəlu:d}" – 0:49
  14. "Secret Love" – 03:14
  15. "Tomorrow" – 06:03
  16. "Run" – 04:41 (bonus track on UK copies)[4]
U.S. edition[5]
  1. "Reason" – 03:20
  2. "Will I?" – 03:46
  3. "After All" – 05:53
  4. "Satisfy Me" – 06:05
  5. "Nights On Java" – 07:34
  6. "Try" – 08:10
  7. "Lonely" – 04:14
  8. "Be Mine" – 03:02
  9. "Castles In The Sky" – 03:44
  10. "Nothing Left To Say" – 05:15
  11. "Tears" – 03:16
  12. "{'intəlu:d}" – 0:50
  13. "Secret Love" – 03:09
  14. "Tomorrow" – 06:00

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Official Charts Company - Ace (Ian Van Dahl album)". Official Charts Company. 10 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "The Official Charts Company - Ace by Ian Van Dahl Search". The Official Charts Company. 11 July 2013. 
  3. ^ "Ace at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2013-05-30. 
  4. ^ "Ace (UK edition) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2013-05-30. 
  5. ^ "Ace (U.S. edition) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2013-05-30.