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This review is from: MINISTRY OF SOUND/ 15 YEARS EST.1991 (Audio CD)ministry of sound always have and always will be commercial rubbish. Since first opening way back when raving was raving. And avoided at all costs like a school disco. The records on here are made by money grabbing losers who only wish to cash in on a scene that otherwise had integrity. Think of all the serious rave tunes now unavailable due to people like this taking all the space and the labels who copyright the material on those records that showed the true spirit of pioneering electronic rave music experimenting with samples and this is just the reverse,
GET A LIFE start an original scene instead of crumbin off pioneers.
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Initial post: 19 Jan 2008 11:12:43 GMT
Max Rebo says:
Actually, the tracks were chosen and mixed by Jazzm M, who was one of the best DJ's at the club. Admittedly, their are a few duff tracks, but when you look at the other albums MoS have released over the past 3 years, this is easily the best, and alot of the songs on it are forgotten favourites for me. If anyone is going to buy an album that has the more authentic club tracks from the day, it would have to be this; none of the other 'classics' crap.
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