You Can Dance

// October 19th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // EDM

This 1987 release-a remix album of past hits-reached #14 on the Billboard charts and capitalized on Madonna’s growing status as pop icon. Includes Spotlight; Physical Attraction; Over and Over; Where’s the Party ; dub and remix versions of Holiday and Into the Groove , and more.You can dance and you probably will if you put on this 1987 compilation of the material girl’s best jams. The eight-and-a-half minute “Into the Groove,” remixed by Shep Pettibone, may be Madonna’s single best tune and it’s sure to fill the dance floor. There are only 10 tracks here, and a couple of songs get multiple remixes, but you do get “Holiday” and “Everybody,” lesser known but not lesser grooves. Madonna had a few dance hits after this collection came out, and one day they’ll most likely be a Madonna dance box set, but until then this will give you a fine aerobic workout. –Charles R. Cross

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A Collection of Great Dance Songs

// October 17th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // EDM

Originally released in 1981, Pink Floyd’s ‘A Collection Of Great Dance Songs’ was certified Double Platinum by the RIAA in 2001. The compilation album contains alternative mixes and versions of the band s classics including Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) and Money.

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Odyssey-The Remix Collection

// October 17th, 2017 // 2 Comments » // EDM

Odyssey-The Remix CollectionVancouver techno-pop enterprise Delerium may be most widely known for getting Sarah McLachlan played in dance clubs; the famed songstress lent her vocals to their 1997 hit “Silence.” DJ Tiesto’s familiar dance-floor overhaul of the tune sets the pace for the double-disc compilation Odyssey, on which a procession of remix artists chop tracks from Delerium albums Semantic Spaces (1994), Karma (1997), and Poem (2000) into lengthy workouts. The selections favor straight-up disco and house over the sort of ambient experimentation that might have been culled from the original material. But the dub-styled “Flowers Become Screens (Return Mix)” and–on the spacier second disc–a goth-tinged take on “Silence (Fade’s Sanctuary Mix)” offer a breather from the collection’s rather athletic nature. Besides a clutch of previously released tracks, Odyssey also includes rare mixes of “Underwater,” “Euphoria (Rabbit in the Moon’s Divine Gothic Disco Mix),” and “Heaven’s Earth (Matt Darey Remix).” And Delerium’s trademark ethereal guest vocal tracks remain largely intact, so you can float and dance at the same time. –Kieran Grant

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Vol. 2-101 Great Country Line Dance Hits

// October 13th, 2017 // 1 Comment » // EDM

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