In 1998, Corsten finished his track "Out of the Blue" which, after being in promo for over 6 months,  was released in February 1999 on the Tsunami imprint under the name System F .  The track became a worldwide hit and achieved a top twenty position in the United Kingdom Singles Chart.  The follow-up single was "Cry", produced together with Robert Smit, which also reached the UK Top 20. 
A veritable milestone, "Out of The Blue" formed spear tip of Corsten's trance sound – one that was quickly galvanized by co-productions like Gouryella 's "Gouryella" (with Tiësto ) and Veracocha 's "Carte Blanche" (with Vincent de Moor ). The track "Gouryella" was released in May 1999 and became a huge hit on dance floors all over the world, achieving a top fifteen position in the UK Singles Chart.   The next single, entitled "Walhalla", was also released worldwide to critical acclaim, entering the UK Singles Chart at No. 27.   Released through the Tsunami imprint, both singles went on to be certified Gold on record sales. 
In 2003, he launched his first album under his own name, Right of Way , in Heineken Musical Hall with 4,500 clubbers at his eight-hour set.  The first single off of Right of Way , "Rock Your Body, Rock" was nominated for Best Video at the 2004 TMF Dutch MTV Awards.  The album spawned three singles, "Punk" (UK #29),  "Rock Your Body, Rock" (UK #11  ), and "It's Time" (UK #51).  "Rock Your Body, Rock" was voted biggest hit by BG Magazine in the Netherlands and reached the top 10 in the UK. 
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