Now That's What I Call 90s: Dancefloor (UK 2022)
Beginning with 'Too Funky' from George Michael, followed by the huge 7-weeks at #1 'Believe' from Cher, before launching into favourites from Deee-Lite ('Groove Is In The Heart'), Saint Etienne ('He's On The Phone') and 'Step Back In Time' from Kylie Minogue. Massive floor-fillers follow from Lonnie Gordon, Sister Sledge, and CeCe Peniston, and Dance-Pop hits from West End feat. Sybil, Whitney Houston and Kim Appleby. R&B/Hip-Hop/Dance crossover classics from Bobby Brown, Charles & Eddie, Mark Morrison and DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince with 'Boom! Shake the Room' close the first disc.
CD2 kicks off with the #1 smash 'Rhythm Is A Dancer' from Snap! and is followed with more Pop-Trance tracks from Corona with 'The Rhythm Of The Night' and Sash! With 'Encore Une Fois', the huge #1 from The Tamperer Feat. Maya with 'Feel It', alongside the Disco-Funk of 'The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind)' from Kenny “Dope” Presents The Bucketheads. More feel-good anthems including 'Push The Feeling On' and 'Let Me Be Your Fantasy' are included, as are 'Another Night' from German Eurodance act Real McCoy, and Ibiza classic '9pm (Till I Come)' from ATB. Samba infused Latin-Pop tracks from Bellini and Ricky Martin complete this disc.
CD3 begins with a string of massive hits from Dr. Alban ('It's My Life'), Haddaway with 'What Is Love', Tony Di Bart ('The Real Thing') and 'I Luv U Baby' from The Original. Another #1 from Snap! with 'The Power' appears, as does the huge 1992 cover 'Please Don't Go' by K.W.S. Timeless dancefloor classic 'Rhythm Is A Mystery' from K-Klass features alongside powerful vocals from Rozalla and M People plus Robin S. with the highly celebrated and much sampled 'Show Me Love', before finishing with 'Free' from Ultra Naté.
There's no slowing down on CD4 – beginning with 'Firestarter' from The Prodigy, 'Born Slippy (Nuxx)' from Underworld and The Chemical Brothers with 'Hey Boy Hey Girl'. Huge club crossover hits from Fatboy Slim ('Right Here Right Now') and Faithless ('Insomnia'), follow with iconic Trance pop classic 'Children' from Robert Miles. 'Remember Me' from Blue Boy leads into a chilled run to close including 'Sweet Harmony' from The Beloved, Beats International with the 1990 #1 'Dub Be Good To Me', The Family Stand and Bassomatic, before finishing with early Trip-Hop and gorgeous vocals on 'Winter In July' from Bomb The Bass.Now That's What I Call 90s: Dancefloor – Out October 14th!
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|Now That's What I Call 90s: Dancefloor (UK 2022 CD)||14 October 2022||CD||84|