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Various - The Best Of House Revolution 1995 Full Album

Various - The Best Of House Revolution 1995 Full Album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Electronic / Pop
  • Title: The Best Of House Revolution 1995
  • Released: 22 Nov 1995
  • Style: Techno, Euro House, Europop
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Catalog: AVCD-11365/6
  • Country: Japan
  • MP3 version size: 2313 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2786 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 213


1ScooterMove Your Ass!3:57
2 Hyper Techno Side
3Black MetalShow No Mercy!
Featuring – Lady Lust
4TechnotronicMove It To The Rhythm
Featuring – Ya Kid K
5Alex PartyDon't Give Me Your Love3:09
6DJ ScottDo You Wanna Party?
Featuring – Lorna B.
7Reel 2 RealConway
Featuring – The Mad Stuntman
8MMM & Dr. D.O.P.E.Over The Top4:24
9N-TranceSet You Free4:21
10More DeepWe Want You4:12
11DJ ZorroBandido3:06
12Jenny BeeWanna Get Your Love4:34
13Black BoxNot Anyone4:28
14MaximizorX-Men Dance4:09
15The Ultimate SeductionTogether Forever3:59
16L.A. StyleGot To Move4:03
17Metal Minded ManiacsF.A.Y.3:30
18Nicki FrenchTotal Eclipse Of The Heart3:51
19John Robinson Everybody3:52
20 Groove House Side
21CappellaThe Big Beat4:20
22DJ TurboYou Don't Want None!!
Featuring – Kam
232nd Funk-TionKeep On Trying
Featuring – Kam
24m.c.A·TBomb A Head! (Raveman Mix)
Remix – Raveman
25Kym SimsI Must Be Free3:47
26Newton Sky High3:57
27ClockAxel F3:24
28Blue BambooABC & D3:09
29Nuvo RicheTurn Your Body4:44
30WhigfieldSaturday Night (Be My Baby)4:08
31EurogrooveMove Your Body3:34
32DJ ZorroEl Diablo4:09
3349ersRockin' My Body
Vocals [Featuring] – Ann-Marie Smith
34Gener 8Boom Boom Down4:25
35The Outhere BrothersBoom Boom Boom3:30
36D'zInto You
Featuring – Kam
37Techno City Believe3:54
38PizzamanSex On The Streets3:49


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AVCD-11365/6Various The Best Of House Revolution 1995 ‎(2xCD, Comp, Promo, SAM)Avex TraxAVCD-11365/6Japan1995


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