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20 All Time Dance Anthems <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/20-All-Time-Dance-Anthems/dp/artist-redirect/B002H6H38W">Ministry of Sound</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
5.0 out of 5 stars Great!, 2 Dec 2012
I can't believe someone seriously gave this one star. A great collection of tunes. Ok maybe not all of the tracks should be called 'all-time' dance anthems and Ministry of Sound do recycle the same material a lot. But taking this album on its own merits it is great value if you don't already own a lot of the tracks.
Famous? ~ JME
Famous? ~ JME
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
JME had already released 3 solid mixtapes, so the choice he had to make for his debut album was as follows. Make a killer album by cramming it with the best from the mixtapes, but not offer much new for the fans. Or prioritise new material at the expense of older classics. JME has gone for the latter route, which in my opinion was the wrong choice, but credit to him for doing something new.

Of the new stuff, P, Standard and Shh Hut Yuh Muh are the best. Serious and Awoh from the the first mixtape are obvious inclusions, but what on earth is Serious doing as the last track when it should blatently be the first? Roadrunner and Boogiedown Bass are the weakest tracks musically and… Read more