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Top Of The Pops  Spring 2002 ~ Various
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, 31 May 2012
This and Now 51 and Now 52 representing an early-mid 2002 singles chart with the Pop Idol tunes removed, making it unlike albums like Hits 52 and Hits 53 which not only feature Pop Idol, but emphasised it greatly, by including giant adverts on the covers saying "featuring the big #1 hit from Will Young/Gareth Gates", and including the music videos as a CD-ROM bonus on the second disc. Infact, Top of the Pops had a thing for CD-ROM features, as used on this album even

Anyway, quite similiar to Smash Hits Summer 2002 in ways, TOTP Summer 2002's album cover is the first to use the template, used only once more in Top of the Pops 2003, where it seems to be very cold, unlike the… Read more
Dust ~ Peatbog Faeries
Dust ~ Peatbog Faeries
So, after a reasonably long wait, Peatbog Faeries return with their sixth studio album, 'Dust'. All albums of the band before 'Dust' were different, unique, and absolutely brilliant, and 'Dust' is no exception. So, some of the band's original key members left the band and therefore do not feature on the album, and with replacement memebers at hand, 'Dust' takes a rather ambient but enthusiastic approach. The album arrived after a four year wait and the new direction of the band, both musically and as the band themselfs, was something that takes time. I suggest you play the album over and over again. The first track is possibly the weakest of all the band's first track-on albums so far, but… Read more
Club Nation ~ Various
Club Nation ~ Various
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Evian Album, 24 Oct 2011
About the album, it is a mix album, mixed by Richard Evans and released in 1998.
So, actually on the topic of the review, i say buy it.
It came out during that brief "rave" revival right in the middle of the house scene.
Track 1 on the album is Fatboy Slim's absolutely brilliant remix of Wildchild's "Renegade Master". It is the longer version too. I must say that the mixing of it into the second track is absolutely brilliant and well done. The second track is a rare extended remix of Cornershop's "Brimful of Asha" again by Fatboy Slim. Good mixing into the All Saints remix too. CD one continues in the progression of 10/10 mixing, mainly. When it comes to track 7, you get… Read more

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