Armin van Buuren & Rank 1 – The Greater Light To Rule The Night

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On many a Trance fan’s wish list since 2008’s ‘This World Is Watching Me’, the second-ever collab between Armin van Buuren and Rank 1 immediately makes the word ‘epic’ come to mind. From the tight bass rolls to the soaring synths and tantalizing melody instantly achieving legendary status, this evergreen banger and instant classic truly is ‘The Greater Light To Rule The Night’.

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