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Rave Nation - 40 Massive Old Skool Anthems [Double CD]

Various Artists Audio CD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (22 Oct 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Inspired
  • ASIN: B00005RDA4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,460 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Prodigy - Everybody In The Place
2. SL2 - On A Ragga Tip
3. Altern 8 - E-Vapor 8
4. Bizarre Inc - Playing With Knives
5. Smart E's - Sesame's Street
6. Sonz Of A Loop Da Loop Era - Far Out
7. Ratpack - Searchin' For My Rizzla
8. Racheal Wallace - Tell Me Why
9. Liquid - Sweet Harmony
10. Shades Of Rhythm - Extacy
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Disc: 2
1. N-Trance - Set You Free
2. Rozalla - Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)
3. 808 State - Pacific State
4. The Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea
5. Shamen - Ebeneezer Goode
6. Stakker - Humanoid
7. LFO - LFO
8. Sweet Exorcist - Testone
9. Rhythim Is Rhythim - Strings Of Life
10. A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray
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4.0 out of 5 stars A great reminder of the early nineties 28 Dec 2001
By A Customer
It is hard to believe these tunes are ten years old - it makes me feel old. Some of the tracks are ones that are reminders of the time (Sesame's Treet, Ebeneezer Goode) whilst others are still good music. If you want the more commercial tunes go for Pump Up The Volume (another Christmas Pressie) as some of the tracks on this CD are not remembered by everyone.
A great present and certainly a welcome reminder of my teens.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Arrived too late for Xmas..... 12 Jan 2011
Nothing wrong with the product it'self. But for the third time Amazon's Home Delivery Network failed to meet their very generous 13 day delivery window. The product along with 75% of my Xmas pressies from Amazon arrived too late for Xmas. They would not allow me to pick the item up from the depot, just 20 mins from my house, claiming front of warehouse staff were 'too busy'.....Hire some more staff, Home DElivery Network!! You ruined many a relatives Xmas!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars oh what a rush 17 Jan 2004
rhythm on the loose break of dawn brings me back to the dalston labrinth wow what days ive still got the memories when im of the leash cool enjoy!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Back in the Day... 18 May 2003
By "dj_riff_coda" - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great double-disc which is broken down into two twenty-tracker's, one entitled 'the breaks', the other 'the bleeps' and it features (since Amazon still has a hard time with song titles and artists on comps.): Prodigy, Future Sound of London, Rozalla, 808 State, Ratpack, Nightmares on Wax (twice), a Guy Called Gerald, N-Trance and a whole lot more who were big in the boxes back before the term "rave" was something familiar to the mouths of one's parental units.
And as a history lesson for the club kids of today it serves as a fantastic overview, shining a bright light on a past littered with great tracks that, while still great, are burdened a bit with creaky knees and dust.
These tunes are still top-notch, though whether or not they connect with new listeners, will be determined by the individual listener.
Favorite tunes: Ratpack 'Searchin' for my Rizzla', Smart E's 'Sesame's Treet'(which for those who can't remember it is the housed-up remixing of the children's TV theme song), Rozalla's 'Everybody's Free'(the original, not Moby's hijacking of it), the classic 'Voodoo Ray' by A Guy Called Gerald, and Shamen's unhinged 'Ebeneezer Goode'(wink, wink).
A Great ride through history for some, a primer for the past for others. Either way, it is a very good collection(not that Ministry of Sound puts out any bad ones, really) that I recommend heartily.
I just can't quite give it a five for the fact that it won't quite hit that chord for everyone, as it is a right old geezer's dance party.
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