January 27, 2008

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Pulse Platinum Edition

The Pulse compilation from the early 2000's is back! A U.S. release of this is to happen on January 29. A single disc version was released in 2001 into most stores while an expanded version was sold via the MusicSpace website and through ads on television.

This is not just a re-release of the original one. Although the majority of the songs are the same, some have been switched. Overall, this is a good buy considering that all the songs are unmixed and are more or less in their hit versions. Some of them could have been in their harder-to-find single versions, but for the most part they are.

Disc 1
01 Get Ready For This | 2 Unlimited
02 Another Night | The Real McCoy
03 Show Me Love | Robin S. (Stonebridge Mix)
04 I'm Gonna Get You | Bizarre Inc. (Original Flavour Mix)
05 Please Don't Go | KWS (Sunshine Mix)
06 Mr. Vain | Culture Beat (Intense Mix)
07 Rhythm Of The Night | Corona (Rapino Bros 7" Single)
08 Tonight Is The Night | Le Click
09 Strike It Up | Black Box
10 Beautiful Life | Ace Of Base
11 Total Eclipse Of The Heart | Nicki French (Mobius Loop Mix)
12 Wiggle It | 2 In A Room
13 Dreamer | Livin Joy
14 Movin On Up | M People (Master Mix)
15 Cotton Eyed Joe | Rednex

Disc 2
01 Rhythm Is A Dancer | Snap! (Original Radio Edit)
02 Call Me | Le Click
03 Finally | CeCe Peniston (7" Choice Mix)
04 Everybody's Free (To Feel Good) | Rozalla
05 100% Pure Love | Crystal Waters
06 This Is Your Night | Amber
07 James Brown Is Dead | L.A. Style
08 Gonna Make You Sweat | C+C Music Factory
09 Move This | Technotronic (Hit Mix)
10 What Is Love? | Haddaway
11 Boom Boom Boom | Outhere Brothers (U.S. Clean Version)
12 More And More | Captain Hollywood Project (Single Version)
13 Your Loving Arms | Billy Ray Martin
14 Run Away | The Real McCoy
15 Set U Free | Planet Soul (St. John Radio Edit)

Grade: A (Great price, great song choice, and it's unmixed!)


blahhhh said...

Show Me Love | Robin S. (Stonebridge Mix)

I didnt realize that Stonbridge produced this song until now.

Decent CD, too many throwback recurrents but good for people who dont know what current dance music is.

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