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The Politics of Dancing
 : The Politics of Dancing



by: Paul Van Dyk




Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0824669500226
Feature: Ministry of Sound Us
Format: Original recording reissued
Item Dimensions: 5050030575
Label: Ministry of Sound Us
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Ministry of Sound Us
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publisher: Ministry of Sound Us
Release Date: November 06, 2001
Studio: Ministry of Sound Us

Features:
  • Ministry of Sound Us



Disc 1:
  1. Digital Reason - Ashtrax
  2. Innocence (Paul Van Dyk Mix) - Joker Jam
  3. First - Private Taste
  4. Feeling Good (Original Version) - Jimpy
  5. Vega/Filmpalast/I Want - Paul Van Dyk
  6. Another Lat Thursday - Southern Comforter
  7. Rapture - IIO
  8. Superconcious (So Alive) - Sipping Soma
  9. Killin' Me - Timo Maas
  10. B.W.Y. - Maji Na Damu
  11. Elevation - U2
  12. Autumn - Paul Van Dyk
  13. Cristalle - Viframa
  14. Furthermost - Solicitous
  15. Four Days - Subsky
  16. Empire - Second Sun
  17. Out There - Paul Van Dyk
Disc 2:
  1. Shout, C'Mon (Coast To Coast Mix) - Sagitaire
  2. Epic Monolith - Mirco De Govia
  3. Massive - Ralphie B
  4. Questions Must Be Asked - David Forbes
  5. Activity - Way Out West
  6. Interference - Connector
  7. Secrets & Lies - Blank & Jones
  8. Reach Me - Lexicon 4
  9. Reset - Jamnesia
  10. Into The Night - 4 Strings
  11. Let's Go - Active X
  12. In Progress - Signum
  13. Section O - Walter & Gelder
  14. Club Attack - Solid Sleep
  15. Starchildren - Guardians Of The Earth
  16. Dreamland - Nu NRG
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
With several releases under his belt of his own original tunes, Paul Van Dyk, puts together a killer mix CD including tracks from Joker Jam, Iio, Timo Maas, Way Out West, Blank & Jones, David Forbes, Sipping Soma and more. Ministry Of Sound. Slipcase. 200

Amazon.com:
Considering his uber-DJ status, it comes as something of a surprise to learn that The Politics Of Dancing (and, presumably, feeling good) is the first-ever mixed outing from one of dance music's most reluctant figureheads. Having said in the past that he didn't think he could bring the atmosphere of a club to a compilation, it has taken the full weight of the ubiquitous Ministry to persuade the legendary Berliners to their turntables for a steroid-pumped two hours of music. Despite his aversion to the term, rippling Eurotrance is the order of the day here, with Van Dyk stamping his authority by way of no less than 11 of his own tracks or remixes scattered across two seamlessly mixed compact discs, the tracklisting for which has also been dissected and rebuilt in the studio into what amounts to a series of exclusive versions. Message understood? --Kingsley Marshall



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