- Audio CD (12 Nov. 2012)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Box set
- Label: Ministry of Sound
- ASIN: B009PXNFMS
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (384 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 255 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Anthems 90s Box set
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Anthems 90s chronicles the beginnings of rave music in the early part of the decade through to the high energy mainstream dance explosion of the late 90s.
This album kicks off with early 90s classics from artists such as Technotronic, Black Box, Snap!, Culture Beat, Ce Ce Peniston and Baby D as well as anthems that depict the explosion of house music in the mid 90s with tracks from Livin Joy, Haddaway, The Bucketheads, The Nightcrawlers, The Original and Robin S.
We round off the album with the high energy rave anthems which symbolised the end of the decade of dance, with tracks from legendary DJs and producers including The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim, Basement Jaxx as well as a small dose of trance and garage crossover anthems.
Top Customer Reviews
No, these were the days where if you lost someone in a club, you wouldnt hear from them again till the morning when you phoned their landline number.
Most of these songs will time travel you back to that nightclub that everyone had in their home town, usually with cheesy names such as 'Vogue' or 'Cheeko's', and with pubs chucking out at 11pm on a Saturday night, these were the only places to go to keep drinking yourself till you were sick.
When I listened to Robin S, and Haddaway, I saw images of dark sweaty dancefloors that your feet got stuck to, getting my clothes or arms burnt by cigarette ends, and pulling at the end of the night, usually with a fat lass who tasted of Diamond White or Two Dogs.
Luckily memories werent confined to the UK, these tunes seemed to be played on permanent repeat in the likes of Playa de Las Americas and Magaluf, again see above but with sunburn.
Personally I prefer the more 'ravey' tunes such as Rozalla and SL2, oh how we loved to pretend we were in the summer of love! Never again will we get away with wearing white gloves and sucking on a dummy whilst dancing.
So yes, good tunes, great memories, and of course some shocking ones if you can actually remember anything during your 18-30 nights out!
Packed full of classic 90s hits, but also a few noticeable absences - I guess it's always difficult to judge where to make the cut!
I give this album a solid 5 stars
Comprehensive, dancey and very nineties - if this sounds like yourbag then this is for you.
It has been put together very well.
Would recommend to anyone who used to go clubbing during the 90's
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you have this set + volume 2 you have much of the essential dance music of the 90's. There of course are a few that could have been replaced with other tracks but these sets... Read morePublished 26 days ago by MR MUSIC