Karma Collection - Sunrise Reviews
Description:Genre: Dance & Electronic - Ambient / Artist: Various Artists / Audio CD released 2002-05-20 at Ministry of Sound / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 My Culture (Album Version) - 1 Giant Leap Feat. Robbie Williams and Maxi Jazz 2 Turtle (Bonobo Mix) - Pilote 3 Terrapin ... more
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Big BrotherI spy a great CD... (252 words)
by DJ Kay C - written on 11/11/00, updated on 11/11/00 (Useful, 40 readings)
Please, don't be put off by the name. Love it or hate it, the Big Brother name is there just to make it look trendy. Does it need to be any trendier than it is, though? I don't think so - this is one (or two, rather) great CD(s)! If you're a regular clubber, you'll recognise many of the tracks on offer here - Azzido da Bass' "Dooms Night", Paul van Dyk's "Tell Me Why", Moby's "Porcelain", and so much more. Even though I'm more of a Dance/Trance fan, this compilation fits any mood you might be in at the moment. From the soft melodies of Midfield General and Hybrid to bangin' choons from Prodigy and Roni Size, this ...
Queer As Folk - SoundtrackCovers all over (1521 words)
by fooyoo - written on 30/11/02, updated on 30/11/02 (Very useful, 1562 readings)
I used to really enjoy the television programme that this CD is the soundtrack of, so when my brother in law lent me this CD last week, I was sure I would love it, as I cannot remember disliking the soundtrack whilst watching it on the television. Now, as some of you may know I am no fan of hardcore dance music, and luckily this CD seems to have focused on pretty mainstream dance, and cheesy dancefloor fillers, which is not always a bad thing! For those of you who do not know, the programme was shown on Channel 4, and followed the lives of young, gay men, and their love lives. At times it was controversial because of the subject matter, but it was handled brlliantly, and it is a show I ...
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