Vintage Music: Original Classics from the 1920s and 1930s

// October 9th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // Dance

Vintage Music: Original Classics from the 1920s and 1930s by Various

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60’s Classics

// August 1st, 2017 // 3 Comments » // EDM

Product Details
Audio CD (March 30, 2004)
Original Release Date: March 30, 2004
Number of Discs: 3
Label: Bmg Special Product
ASIN: B00020W056
Also Available in: Audio CD
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90s Techno Classics

// June 6th, 2017 // Comments Off on 90s Techno Classics // EDM

When a new genre of music called Techno came up in the early 1990s, no one knew what it would become. Today, 25 years later, Techno is bigger and more global than ever! This compilation takes the listener back to the beginnings of this musical genre. The 25 selected tracks, all from the Italian label Pirate Records, were released between 1991 and 1993 and do perfectly provide the sound as well as the lifestyle of this period! Among others you will find early technohits like PWM “Are Your Ready To Move”, Mig29 “Mig29”, DJ Spy “Go To Your Heart” and Coconut Groove “I Can Feel It” … and many more. 25 techno classics on 2 CDs at a top price and digital, as well as remastered to the latest state of the art!


50 Greatest Chillout Classics

// March 13th, 2017 // Comments Off on 50 Greatest Chillout Classics // Chillout

50 Greatest Chillout Classics:

50 essential chillout classics straight from the island: 3CDs with a total of almost 4 hours (3 hours 56 minutes) at a real nice price!


A Six Degrees Collection: Christmas Remixed – Holiday Classics Re-Grooved

// November 30th, 2016 // 2 Comments » // Pop

Dance music is all about the remix, and no genre is safe. As proof, San Francisco’s Six Degrees Records have loosed a ragtag band of DJs upon that venerable institution, the Christmas classic. Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, Dean Martin, and others all get the turntable treatment here, from the likes of Dan the Automator, Mocean Worker, and Robbie Hardkiss. As one might suspect, the kitsch/fun factor is off the charts. “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” for instance, lounges comfortably beside any exotic, Les Baxter-style oddity, as Louis Armstrong’s crackly vocals meet a slow breakbeat snare drum. Meanwhile, Beef Wellington fashions a swinging beat around Crosby’s “Happy Holidays,” and successfully mixes it with the song’s jaunty horn section. Other attempts are less endearing; versions of “Joy to the World,” and “The First Noel” inspire only energetic rolls in the graves of their composers. Still, even if you believe some wax simply shouldn’t be tampered with, this collection offers a giddy abundance of holiday cheer. –Matthew Cooke

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