Traffic (Tiësto song)

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"Traffic"
Traffic single cover
Single by Tiësto
from the album Just Be
A-side Love Comes Again (2004)
Released October 8, 2003 (2003-10-08)
(See release history)
Format 12", vinyl, CD, Maxi
Recorded 2003
Genre Trance
Length 7:01
Label Magik Muzik, Nebula, Independence Records, Playground Music Scnadinavia, Electropolis, Bang On!
Writer(s) Tiësto
Producer(s) Tiësto
Tiësto singles chronology
"Magik Journey"
(2003)
"Traffic"
(2003)
"Just Be"
(2004)
Traffic Remixes
Included "Traffic (Montana Re-Edit)"

"Traffic" is a track single which appeared in the album Just Be and Parade of the Athletes by Dutch DJ Tiësto. The track contains samples of Sean Deason's track "Psykofuk".[1] When the album Just Be was released, his third single "Love Comes Again" was featured with it, "Traffic" turned into a B-Side after having great success in Tiësto's concerts and having a music video made which was released in its original form as well as its radio edit version. It is the first instrumental track to reach the top spot in his homeland of the Netherlands in 23 years.[2] Many DJ's did remixes for Traffic. The track is recorded at 136 bpm.

An official remake by the duo “twoloud” was released on Musical Freedom on December 2013.

Formats and track listings[edit]

CD & 12" Vinyl[edit]

Netherlands, Scandinavia, United Kingdom Maxi-single[3]

  1. "Traffic" (Radio Edit)–2:54
  2. "Traffic" (Original)–7:01
  3. "Traffic" (Max Walder Mix) - 7:34

Love Comes Again/Traffic[edit]

Australia 12" Vinyl[4]

  1. "Love Comes Again" (Original 12" Version) - 8:07
  2. "Love Comes Again" (Mark Norman Remix)–7:20
  3. "Traffic" (Montana Re-Edit) - 7:39
  4. "Traffic" (Max Walder Mix)–7:34

Australia Maxi-single[5]

  1. "Love Comes Again" (Radio Edit) - 3:15
  2. "Love Comes Again" (Original 12" Version)–8:07
  3. "Love Comes Again" (Mark Norman Remix)–7:20
  4. "Traffic" (DJ Montana 12" Edit) - 7:39
  5. "Traffic" (Original Mix)–6:57
  6. "Traffic" (Max Walder Mix)–7:32

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003-2004) Peak
position
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[6] 3
Hungary (Dance Top 40)[7] 11
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[6] 1
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company)[8] 48
US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 25

Official versions[edit]

  • Just Be Album Version (5:24)
  • Parade of the Athletes Album Version (4:13)
  • Hardstyle Remix Unofficial Release
  • Max Walder Mix (7:34)
  • DJ Montana 12" Edit (7:49)
  • DJ Montana Re-Edit (5:11)
  • Original Mix (6:57)
  • Radio Edit (2:54)

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog
Netherlands September 22, 2003 Magik Muzik CD, Maxi Magik Muzik 814-2
CD, Maxi Magik Muzik 814-1
October 21, 2003 vinyl, 12" Magik Muzik 814-5
March, 2004 vinyl, 12", Picture Disc, Limited Edition Magik Muzik 814-6
Scandinavia 2003 Playground Music Scandinavia CD, Maxi Magik Muzik 814-2
France Independence Records vinyl, 12" IR 0357
United Kingdom September 29, 2003 Nebula vinyl, 12" NEBT052
2003 vinyl, 12" NEBTX052
October, 2003 CD, Maxi NEBCD052
Spain October 8, 2003 Electropolis vinyl, 12" VLMX 1472-3
Australia April, 2004 Bang On! vinyl, 12" BANG 056
May, 2004 CD, Maxi BANG0096

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