Ian Van Dahl - Where Are You Now
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The project's first single was \"Castles in the Sky\", with lyrics co-written and vocals performed by Martine Theeuwen. The single never became a major hit in Belgium but did very well in the European clubscene. With popularity peaking in party locations like Ibiza where the single got massive support from djs like Tiesto and Armin van Buuren. This all led to the record being picked up by Dave Pearce, BBC Radio 1 DJ, and owner of the English dance label Nulife. Many other countries followed and Castles in the Sky got licensed to over 65 countries with labels like Robbins Entertainment in the US and Central Station in Australia.
Thanks to the huge amount of radio airplay and DJ support, Castles in the Sky became a big hit in many countries around the world. Reaching No.3 on the UK Singles Chart while also spending seven weeks in the top 10 in the summer of 2001. The single had also managed to crossover onto the American Charts and reached the Billboard Hot 100 where it peaked at No.91. In 2021, 20 years after the original release, \"Castles in the Sky\" reached platinum status in the United Kingdom with sales surpassing 600,000 copies.
The follow-up singles, recorded with Annemie Coenen, became major hits on the UK singles charts as well. The single \"Will I\" peaked at No.5, \"Reason\" at No.8 and \"Try\" at No.15. The Ace album reached No.7 in the UK where it achieved Gold status.
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