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Ferry Corsten, also known under the alias System F, (born December 4, 1973 in Rotterdam,
Netherlands) is a producer of trance music, in addition to being a DJ and remixer. He is currently
ranked number 6 in a poll by British publication DJ Magazine. He also hosts his own weekly radio
show, Corsten’s Countdown. He routinely plays at events all over the world with crowds in excess of
tens of thousands.
Ferry Corsten produced and remixed under many aliases since the release of his first record at the
age of sixteen, but he officially started to work as a musician when he was 27 years old. As a teenager
he would listen to his father’s record player and he would save money to buy his first keyboard by
washing cars, and selling mixed tapes to kids in his neighborhood. He later began to perform live
performances with a friend and won his first award “De Grote Prijs van Nederland” at Holland in 1989.
He eventually released a record with a couple of friends when he was just sixteen years old and later
began releasing self-made productions while he grew up in Rotterdam in the 1990s, producing
underground hardcore gabber tracks, later expanding into club-house and trance music. His first single
to reach a chart position was “Don’t Be Afraid” under the alias Moonman, which was only the start for
becoming a composer as well. In 1997 Corsten and his partner Robert Smit established a dance label
named Tsunami with the Dutch based dance company Purple Eye Entertainment b.v., this junction
made the creation of another label possible; Polar State. Ferry Corsten was studying to become an
Electrical Engineer, so he went to the Technical Training School and after that Higher Technical
In February 1999 Corsten’s second solo project, System F, was released on the Tsunami imprint
along with the album Out of the Blue, including the same-named melodic tune that became a hit on
dance floors all over the world, achieving a top twenty position in the United Kingdom single chart. The
follow up single was “Cry”, produced together with Robert Smit which reached the UK Top 20. His
growing popularity in the late 1990s led to cooperation with many famous trance DJs and musicians
like DJ Ti?sto (Gouryella, Vimana), Vincent de Moor (Veracocha), and Robert Smit (Starparty). The
track “Gouryella” by the act Gouryella was released in May, the single entered the UK Singles Top 75
at number fifteen and achieved various hit positions throughout the world. The next single was entitled
“Walhalla” which entered the UK single chart at number twenty-seven. In 1999 Ferry was elected as
producer of the year at the Ericsson Muzik Award in London. In September 2000 the third Gouryella
single entitled “Tenshi” was released. In 2000, Corsten also remixed William Orbit’s “Adagio for
Strings” as well as “New Year’s Day” for U2. His remix of Barber’s “Adagio For Strings” was awarded
at the Dancestar 2000 awards. The Ministry of Sound dance compilation series entitled Trance Nation
became one of the best selling dance compilations in the UK and was awarded the platinum status. In
2000 in his home country Corsten got awarded the Silver Harp award for his numerous outstanding
contributions made to Dutch dance music. In 2001 Ferry contributed to remix projects of tracks by
Japanese superstar Ayumi Hamasaki. He went on to compose and arrange her heavily trance-based
song “Connected,” which was released in 2003, along with remixes, as a single in Germany which has
sold 4 million copies to date, making this Ferry’s most successful song to date.
Ferry Corsten is the electronic dance music artist with the highest amount of dance singles in the UK
charts. He currently has 10 gold singles, between those his 1999 remix of “Madagascar”, “Out of the
Blue” as his alias System F, both “Gouryella” and “Walhalla” in 2000, “Cry” and the “Dance Valley
Theme” in 2001 with “Exhale” which is his latest as System F with Armin van Buuren; and his 2003-
2004 singles “Punk” and “Rock Your Body Rock”. In 2004 he launched his first album as Ferry
Corsten, Right of Way, in Heineken Musical Hall with 4,500 clubbers at his eight-hour set. The music
video of the song was nominated in the TMF Dutch MTV Awards in Netherlands. The album spawned
three singles, “Punk” (UK #29), “Rock Your Body, Rock” (UK #11), and “It’s Time” (UK #51).

Ferry Corsten performing at a concert in El Salvador in September 2006. In 2005, Corsten founded his
own record label, titled Flashover Recordings and released his album L.E.F. in 2006. His track “Fire”
was nominated in the best trance video category for the 2006 Trance Awards. On April 18, 2007
Corsten was featured in a global satellite radio first when he was live in over 130 countries on
WorldSpace Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio, AOL and Direct TV. On July 4, 2007, Corsten
debuted his new weekly radio show titled “Corsten’s Countdown” which counts down a list of the
highest voted trance tracks. He was dubbed the King of Crossover in an August 2007 interview on UK
clubbing website HarderFaster.net, reflecting his recent L.E.F. (Loud Electronic Ferocious) style, which
some hail as a new direction in dance music. Corsten describes it as “everything from electro house,
trance and techno”.
Ferry Corsten’s third and newest album, Twice In A Blue Moon, which made its debut at the 2nd
edition of the Full On Ferry event at Ahoy in Rotterdam, was released on November 1, 2008. The first
single from the album, ?Radio Crash?, has been played by Ti?sto, Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk,
Above & Beyond and many other DJ’s globally. The track has been a huge hit in clubs across the
world and gave Ferry a good start in promoting his new album. Ferry’s latest album consists of
remixes of the previous album (Twice In A Blue Moon). It includes remixes by Rafael Frost, Lange,
Ummet Ozcan, Markus Shulz; and many more. Many of the remixes on the album were not made
available to the public prior to the release of the new album.

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