Clubbers Guide to Summer 2009 - Ministry Of Sound Reviews
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Release Date: 2009 - 06 - 01, Audio CD, Ministry of Sound
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Customer Clubbers Guide to Summer 2009 - Ministry Of Sound Reviews (5)
by - written on 03/08/09, updated on 04/08/09 (Very useful, 198 readings)
A review of the standard 2-disc edition of the Ministry of Sound compilation, Clubber's Guide to Summer 2009. The 2-disc CD set retails for around a tenner and features 40 tracks in two continuous mixes. The album can also be downloaded at www.amazon.co.uk or the iTunes UK store, but because it can be downloaded song by song, it features each track in full, with two separate mixes versions added on to the end. Arguably, the MP3 version is better value with the same number of songs for £7.99 - about £3 less than the cd set. The track listing shown at the end reflects the CD version. For the more credible clubber out there (that is, one that doesn't drive a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/09, updated on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Seeing as summer is upon us I thought it would be appropriate to review the latest Clubbers Summer Guide from Ministry of Sound. Although admittedly the weather the last few days have suggested summer is still far away! Clubbers Summer Guide is one of many MOS albums that get churned out every year. I don't know exactly how many they produce a year as they do vary however the Summers Guide is one of the more regular albums and its history goes back several years. The real question at hand is whether or not Clubbers Summer Guide 09 stands out from the rest or fades away with several other MOS albums. Track List Disc 1 1. Dizzee Rascal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
The guide to the summer aye? What summer was that then?! Save for a few sunny days in May, I have experienced very little in the way of a summer. So first off, bad album title, though I suppose 'Third Wet Summer In The Row Anthems' wouldn't shift as many copies. Two discs here of joyous dance tracks from the staple that is Ministry Of Sound. Dizzee Rascal is one of the names of the year, the man is everywhere! 'Bonkers' is either totally infectious or totally rubbish, depending on which side of the bed you roll out of, but hats off to him, he's banging them out at an amazing rate so far. Prodigy return to form with the old skool sounding 'Warriors ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
The Clubbers Guide to Summer 2009 is a two CD compilation album from the Ministry of Sound showing the 'very best' of the summer hits. I bought this album as I wanted to remember my fantastic summer holidays abroad in the clubs thinking many of the tracks would be on this album. I couldnt of been more wrong. The album starts off with the famous 'Bonkers' making you get in to the mood for a good dance, however this soon ends. I think this is one of two tracks that I actually knew out of both CDs. The next song on the track was cleverly mixed into the end of Bonkers and is Warrior's Dance by Prodigy. When this kicks in once again its ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/09 (Useful, 9 readings)
This is goood man. "Clubbers Guide to Summer" (2009), released quick and fresh like a cocktail on Miami beach, this will have you wanting more...and possible dancing around you're living room like a mental patient. With songs from the well-known such as Dizzee Rascal, The Prodigy and September and plently from some dark-horses of dance such as Norman Doray, Meck and Platnum; this is perfect for BBQs, beach outings or hairbrush moments in your bedroom with jewels like Jai Ho and In The Heat of The Night. Whatever, its a true summer alum. However, it is a little more expensive than other CDs, but what do you expect of the MOS...quality is ... Read the complete review
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