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Club! - 100 000* - Dance Floor! (CD, Album)

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  1. This is a pretty good selection of the stuff that was on the previous % dance albums. It's till crammed with stuff that really isn't dance music, but overall the music is fairly palettable. CD3 is the weaker of them featuring lots of euro-reggae, but makes up for it with the more euro-dance hits by Toni Di Bart, more 'mature' dance like.
  2. 40 2 Hits Dance Massive On On Massive Dance Zone 40 2 1 Hits Dance Level CD,s. Celebrate! - 40 Massive Hits To Get Your Party Started - CD, Very Good Celebrate! - $
  3. Sep 19,  · TOP Dance Charts – Top Dance Songs, Hot Dance Club Play No. – Title – Artist No. Title Artist 1. I’m Outta Love – Anastacia 2. Let’s Get Loud – Jennifer Lopez 3. Freestyler – Bomfunk Mc’s 4. Shackles (praise You) – Mary Mary 5. Hide U – Kosheen 6. It Feels So Good – Sonique 7. Drop It – Scoop 8. Get It On.
  4. Strict time ballroom dance and latin dance music CDs for practice, and teaching. Also known as rhythm and smooth dancing. Listen before you buy. Large selection. .
  5. Dec 23,  · Top 10 Dance Albums: Club-land Crossover Dennis Romero December 23, The past year brought the worst economy since the malaise of the s, and like that era, it also saw dance .
  6. This CD also contains special mixes of songs from the MCA catalog, such as an extended version of "Curiosity" by The Jets and "Looking for a New Love" by Jody Watley. Warning, but the version for "Looking for a New Love" included on "Club Disco Dance Hits" is the one taken from Jody Watley's awful remix album - "You Wanna Dance With Me?"/5(3).
  7. Tea Dance- Hamptons- Club Floor Classics - The 70'S buy CD music This CD is great! Once that bass starts going, Im back at Tea Dance "The Blue Cloud" East Hampton, NY Club Floor Classics - The 70'S songs What a blast! "Hey! Here comes that sound! Here comes that sound again and again, again and again, again and again.
  8. Back in , Madonna went retro disco with her album “Confessions on a Dance Floor,” and this lead single took an irresistible ABBA hook and mixed it with her own catchy lyrics to hit #7 on Billboard’s Hot and the pinnacle of the magazine’s Dance/Club Play .

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