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Moondance: The Ultimate Old Skool Anthems

Title: Moondance: The Ultimate Old Skool Anthems
Artist: Various
Label: New State
Genre: Old Skool
Price: £10.98
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Release Date: 6th April 2009

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Details: At the height of raves across the countryside, M25 and warehouses, this was THE shout out to ravers that rocked parties through the nineties! Moondance returns with their biggest collection of ultimate rave anthems ever, taking in Old Skool Rave, Hardcore and Junglist Drum ‘n’ Bass on one HUGE triple disc album. Mixed by the Moondance team in pure tear it up style and rammed full of exclusive remixes of classic tunes, steal back your glow sticks and facemasks from the nu rave brats and show them how it’s done!

CD1 Shows off a thoroughbred selection of crossover hits and true raver’s choice tunes, opening with Nomad’s classic Devotion and follows with Rhythm On The Loose’s massive Break Of Dawn. The first disc also features huge tunes from the likes of Marradonna (Out Of My Head), DJ Choci Roc (Hoovers And Spray Cans) The Scientist (The Exorcist) plus the face-masked bad boys of rave Altern8 with Infiltrate.

CD2 sees rave legends Slipmatt and Billy Daniel Bunter remix some absolute blinders that include CD2’s opening track of GTO’s Pure plus their remix of the huge No.3 Chart hit Infinity by Guru Josh Project. Mix this with Shade’s Of Rhythm anthem Extacy, Urban Shakedown’s Some Justice plus Rat Pack & Shimano’s remix of Hardcore Heaven by DJ Seduction; CD2 continues to show that this album is one big capsule of rave!

CD3 Is all about the Jungle and Deebee, including bass bin wobblers Renegade Snares by Omni Trio, Alliance’s remix of Q Project’s Champion Sound and king of Jungle DJ Hype’s remix of Ganja Man by Krome & Time. Rounding off the album is SL2’s massive track On A Ragga Tip, guaranteed to get you doing the ‘running for the bus’ jungle dance move in no time!

Watch Yer Bass Bins I’m Telling Yer!!!!!
Rating: # / 10 – ## Award
Review written by: Oli Pavitt
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