Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Club Nation America
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
This time around Tall Paul and Johnny Vicious compile and mix the hottest dance tracks of 2001. CD 1 (Vicious) mixes Paul Van Dyk, BT, Delerium, Surreal and more, 13 tracks in all. CD 2 (Tall Paul) mixes Moby, Fatboy Sl... more »
This time around Tall Paul and Johnny Vicious compile and mix the hottest dance tracks of 2001. CD 1 (Vicious) mixes Paul Van Dyk, BT, Delerium, Surreal and more, 13 tracks in all. CD 2 (Tall Paul) mixes Moby, Fatboy Slim, Thrillseekers, Humate and more, 14 tracks in all. Slimline double jewel case with slipcase. 2001 release.
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First CD Awesome
Matthew W. Paradise | Indianapolis, IN United States | 10/19/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I should give this CD 4 stars, since I'm not a fan of the second CD, but because it's tough to find a complete mix cd that you can listen to start to finish, I owe it to Johnny Vicious to give this CD all 5. Disk one is awesome start to finish. Disk two has some popular dance stuff, but I'm more of a trance fan myself. This CD is from the days when Ministry of Sound actually pursued quality rather than quantity. I highly recommend this classic disk."
Chinar Aphale | Ann Arbor, MI | 10/18/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Having heard Tall Paul live, I know that CD 2 is far from what he can come up with. But there are a few nice tracks on CD2 - 'Lectronik', 'Strange World'.
Johnny Vicious is good. The first 4 tracks on CD1 are awesome. (Which you can expect if three of the four song composers are Tiesto, PvD and BT)"
Club nothing special/club filler
displeasedidealist | louisville,ky | 06/30/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"the first four or five tracks on disc one are the only songs i ever really listen to.
this compilation would be nothing without track four, ("Ordinary World" [Above and Beyond Mix] - Aurora UK) hence the three star rating. without track four- two stars.
ministry of sound could've did better. shame on them. i've come to expect more.
dispid has spoken. let there be light."