Having moved up the DJ circuit in recent years to clearly establishhimself as one of the world’s top spinners, Dutchman DJ Tiesto’s latesteffort is bound to be met with a hearty amount of excitement. Known forhis female vocal—led trance sets, Tiesto shows his diversity, kickingoff Disc 1: Outdoor on a tech-house vibe. It seems his mission withNyana is to demonstrate his adaptability but with the arrival of trackslike "Let the Light Shine In" things head back into familiar tranceturf. Later, solid tracks such as Conjure One’s "Tears from the Moon"and GTR’s "Mistral" come off stiffly, leaving the overall experiencesomewhat generic.Disc 2: Indoor ushers in more melodic trance as Tiestomoves through an inspired groove off the back of gems like Solarstonevs. Sirocco’s "Destination" and Holden & Thompson’s "Nothing." It’sgood fun, and is likely to generate a fair amount of commercialsuccess, but ultimately the effort fails to match the live intensityTiesto has built his reputation on. His attempt at displayingflexibility seems rather half-hearted and the trance selection is sofluffy and inoffensive that it’s difficult not to imagine thepernicious hand of the marketing department at work.