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4.7 out of 5 stars
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on 1 August 2014
Well good it's must have every tune great it will bring you back device from zoverstocks was great get it 5 stars
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on 17 June 2016
Very happy with my purchase thanks
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on 7 January 2016
Great CD Worth the buy
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on 8 December 2014
Ace cd!!
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on 4 January 2017
Favourite Album Ever.
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on 8 September 2015
good product
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on 1 August 2014
Great CD's
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on 4 July 2003
i didn't buy this album when it first came out, and haven't listened to it for ages. so i decided to wipe off the dust and listen to it once more. best decision i ever made. after three years this album is still the most superb trance nation. it has some great uplifting trance tunes from 99/00 and amongst them is matt darey's beautiful, which was released (again?) last year. which i absolutely love.
it also has fragma's toca me which is such a chilled out summery tune. on top of that is ATB's killer which is just amazing, and better still it has ralph fridge's angel which is totally gorgeous.
this album is THE best thing ministry of sound have ever done, this is helped by the fact that the box is bright pink with a purple outer box cos they're really nice colours.
after 3 years of it's existence it still sounds spectacular, i think that anyone who loves trance would love this, and if you didn't already have it then you should get it. it's the best installment in the trance nation series, and is still unrivalled by any other.
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on 13 May 2000
Everything Ferry Corsten is just brilliant and this is no exception. Its just one good tune after another. I love nearly all the songs and those that I don't are not so bad you'd want to skip them. I put it on at absulotely every opportunity. Airscape's L'Esperanza is blasting out of my speakers even as I type. If there's one criticism I have its that Toca me is the original and doesn't have Coco's lyrics, but its still a top tune.
This is the best compilation ever. Buy it.
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on 4 June 2000
Being a Dj i enjoy dance music compilations to listen to when I'm out and about, this is another example of suchan album and I have to say it is quite good. The mixing from Ferry Corsten is very good, howver it's the choice of tracks that do not work out very well. It's basicly cheese from start to finish, all chart toppers. Of course there are a few exceptions with many pieces of fine trance being on their such as "Amathyst-Future 2000" and "Subteranialism" by Oliver Lieb. This will appeal more to your average Steps fan than to a proper clubber.
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