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by Ninja Tune

Price : $0.62

Release Date

June 05, 2009

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DJ KENTARO's new record features guest turns from THE PHARCYDE, FAT JON, NEW FLESH, LITTLE TEMPO, HIFANA and all the members of SPANK ROCK. 'Enter' runs from the funk of "Free" to the dubby downtempo soul of "Tasogare Highway", through the drum and bass attack of "Rainy Day," the live reggae feel of "Handmade Gift," the squelching dance aesthetic of "Space Jungle," on into the tribal space-jazz of "Harvest Dance," the epic turntable cut-up of "One Hand Blizzard" and, finally, the cosmic hip hop of "Let It Go". It's not that he can't scratch the hell out of a piece of vinyl when he wants to (check finale "Grateful To You") it's just that he understands that making a great album demands a wider palette.
Disco Hits: We Are Family
by Rhino Flashback

Price : $0.86

Release Date

June 10, 1997

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Disco Inferno
by Musical Reflections

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Disco Songs 12 Tracks Made in Canada 1.Le Freak 2. YMCA 3. September 4. Boogie Oogie Oogie 5. Don't Stop 'Till You Get Enough 6. Super Freak 7. That's the Way (I Like It) 8. Celebration 9. Disco Inferno 10. You Should be Dancin 11. Car Wash 12. Get Down Tonight
New Sound Theory 4: Tiger Lounge
by Brash Music

Release Date

May 08, 2007

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The highly anticipated return of one of the original chill-out compilation series; basicLUX presents the fourth volume in the New Sound Theory series. Featuring music by Isabelle Antena, Jazzamor, Madison Park, Groove Guru, GXR and others... Volume 4's definitive sound contains a modern luxurious blend of lush electronica, smooth house, bossa nova and downtempo that will remain timeless as much as it presents the sound of today.
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by Perfecto

Release Date

September 08, 1997

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Hed Kandi - Base Ibiza
by Hed Kandi Base Ibiza

Release Date

October 02, 2001

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2002 Compilation of the Best Tracks Heard in the Ibiza Vacation Season According to the Hed Kandi Label, Famous for their Other Impeccable Collections, Like "Back to Love", "Disco Kandi", "Deeper" and Others.
Lover's Lounge
by Intent City

Release Date

February 17, 2004

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Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.
Speed Limit 140 Bpm + New Era
by Moonshine Music

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Release Date

October 09, 2001

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Speed Limit 140 Bpm ~ Speed Limit 140 Bpm: The New Er
Antidote
by Mammoth / Umgd

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Release Date

September 07, 1999

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Earlier in the '90s, if the beats were funky, the scratching ferocious, and the rapping mediocre (or nonexistent) you could bet pound notes to crumpets you were listening to U.K. hip-hop. While U.S. hip-hop had gotten s-l-o-w and low (the better to accommodate its increasingly acrobatic wordplay), in Britain rock-the-house values still persisted. So now that fresh beats and turntablism have made a comeback stateside, old-skool Brit revivalists like the Wiseguys (a.k.a. Touche, a.k.a. Theo Keating) suddenly sound of the moment. On The Antidote, his sophomore effort, this wiseguy comes correct with an album that splits the difference between Fatboy Slim and Black Eyed Peas. The first single and second track, "Ooh La La," which accompanied a popular Budweiser commercial in Britain, boasts a chunky beat and a simple, mindless hook, setting the pattern that the rest of the album follows. It's a surefire formula, and Touche does it better than most--though a bit more of the fervid scratching that animates the leadoff track, "Re-introduction," might have made this Antidote even more soothing. --Jeff Salamon
Orbital (Green Album)
by FFRR

Release Date

January 01, 2002

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Orbital kick ambient house to a new plateau with a hypnotic 65-minute session that bubbles with dance beats and invention. "Halcyon" (featuring U.K. band Opus III) and "Remind" are the standouts. <I>--Jeff Bateman</I>