The creatives behind the enormous success of Ministry of Sound's 'Anthems' series, and Universal's '12" 80's', come together on Rhino to present a megalithic album of the biggest, best and most iconic dance anthems of all time in the form of '12" Dance'.
Straddling 3 decades of Dance and Club culture, CD1 focuses on the explosion of the iconic 12" single mix onto the embryonic club-scene of New York and Chicago in the 70's and its eventual take over of the world's dance-floors with timeless, powerhouse disco anthems from Chic 'Good Times', Sugarhill Gang 'Rappers Delight', Sister Sledge 'He's The Greatest Dancer', The Trammps 'Disco Inferno' and Earth Wind And Fire 'Boogie Wonderland' and tipping us into the next great dance movement with Blondie 'Rapture' and Donna Summer 'I Feel Love'.
CD2 leads us into the 80's, evoking neon blooded rebellion and the rise of Pop, Rap and Techno/House featuring classic mixes of Miami Sound Machine 'Dr Beat', Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five 'White Lines', S' Express 'The Theme… ', Inner City 'Big Fun', Womack and Womack 'Teardrops', Marshall Jefferson 'Move Your Body', Farley Jackmaster Funk 'Love Can't Turn Around' and of course the biggest selling 12" single of all time New Order's seminal 'Blue Monday'.
Pushing on into the hedonistic electro-dance fuelled 90's with a momentum that will leave you breathless for the next installation, CD3 features club classics from Adamski 'Killer', Beats International 'Dub Be Good To Me', Jamiroquai 'Space Cowboy', Deee-lite 'Groove Is In The Heart', C&C Music Factory 'Everybody Dance Now', Snap! 'Rhythm Is A Dancer', Crystal Waters 'Gypsy Woman', Utah Saints 'Something Good', Happy Mondays 'Step On', Jamiroquai 'Space Cowboy', and that all time favourite No 1, Everything But The Girl 'Missing'.
NIRVANA/VARIOUS Do You Love Me? Included on a rare 1992 French 11-track Kiss tribute LP entitled 'Hard To Believe – A Kiss Covers Compilation' – this was the only Nirvana recording to feature Jason Everman on guitar. The gatefold picture sleeveshows little of its age and the vinyl looks barely […read more…]
Here at 991.com we realise not everyone’s pockets are sooo deep they can stump up the readies for that uber-collectable slab of vinyl, CD boxset, vintage memorabilia etc etc….with that in mind we’ve put together this new weekly ‘Top 3’ of some of the more affordable collectables that pass through the […read more…]