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on 24 December 2003
This Album is a must for early 90's Rave fans. The first track on the album Anasthasia - T-99 (2) sets the scene for a fast moving energy driven experience which encapsulates the vibe of the time.
The whole album has tracks which are well known to most novice early ravers and includes classic tracks such as Charly by the prodigy and Night in Motion by Cubic 22.
I would recomend this album to anyone who wants to remember some of the early classics from 1991.
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on 20 October 2012
Tracklisting -
1 - T99 - anasthasia (the scientist remix)
2 - Channel x - rave the rhythm
3 - Holy noise - the noise
4 - John + julie - circles (gto's europa mix)
5 - Set up system - fairy dust
6 - External group - gravity
7 - Cubic 22 - night in motion
8 - Digital boy - gimme a fat beat (frank de wulf rmx)
9 - Frequency - where is your evidence
10 - The prodigy - charly
11 - Incubus - the spirit
12 - Praga khan - rave alarm
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on 12 January 2014
There wasn't that many tracks I had heard of its ok though just not great, not going to be a frequent player
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on 2 April 2016
APPY DAZE!!!!!
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on 5 November 2014
Good CD
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