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Back to the Old Skool Club Classics Import


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  • Audio CD (March 24, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Ministry of Sound
  • ASIN: B00008OX5D
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,032 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dreamer - Livin' Joy
2. U Sure Do - Strike
3. The Real Thing - Tony Di Bart
4. I Luv U Baby (Dancing Divas Club Mix) - The Original
5. Passion (Do You Want It Right Now) - Gat Decor
6. U Girls (Look So Sexy) - Original Nush Mix
7. Keep Warm - Jinny
8. Show Me Love (Stonebridge Club Mix) - Robin S
9. Disco's Revenge (Mole Hole Remix) - Gusto
10. Finally - Ce Ce Peniston
11. Free (Mood II Swing Extended Vocal Mix) - Ultra Nate
12. Hideaway (Deep Dish Mix) - De'lacy
13. Where Love Lives (Come On In) - Alison Limerick
14. Let Me Show You - K-klass
15. Love Come Rescue Me - Lovestation
16. Weekend - Todd Terry Project Feat Class Action
17. Hey Mr DJ - Screen Two
18. Another Night - Real Mccoy
19. Trippin On Sunshine
20. Born Slippy - Underworld
See all 39 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

After Nearly a Year's Absence, Back to the Old Skool Returns with 'club Classics' with a Rocking Tracklist from Clubland's Golden Era, 1993-1997. Back to the Old Skool Clubland Classics Cherry Picks the Tunes that Defined an Era of Fluffy Bra's, Glam Clubbing and Great Music. Loads of These Chart Hits Are Still Being Played Today in Commercial Clubs and Bars Up and Down the Country. Sure to Bring Memories Flooding Back of Top Nights at Puscha, Miss Moneypenny's, Up Yer Ronson, Malibu Stacey's, Vague and Frisky, Back to the Old Skool Clubland Classics Has an Instantly Familiar Tracklist Guaranteed to Make You Get Up Onto a Podium and Shake Your Booty!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Busy Body on July 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
It's summer, the temperature is rising, and you're sprawled out on the beach chilling with your mates. What CD would be appropriate for the occasion? "Back To The Old Skool - Club Classics," of course! This amazing Double CD is another fantastic offering from the Ministry of Sound guys. I myself don't usually buy compilation albums - I'm more for buying albums buy actual artists, but I just couldn't resist purchasing "Back To The Old Skool - Club Classics" when I saw it advertised on TV.

I don't even particularly like dance music - especially the recycled garbage that is pumped out at present, but I listened to these songs on this album back in the 1990's when I was just a kid of about 10. I remember dancing the night away in Spain with my friends (and parents!) back in 1995. The songs are such classics of the dance world that when I saw the advert on TV, all the memories came flooding back and I had to have this CD.

Disc 1 is definitely the best CD of the two. Kicking off with Livin' Joy's "Dreamer" and Strike's "U Sure Do," the disc jets off in a fine way. Both songs are absolute classics, and were massive hits in the UK and on the clubscene. Both songs get you up on your feet and ready to party! Toni Di Bart's "The Real Thing" slows things down to a chilled pace, but things soon hot up again with The Original's "I Luv U Baby." The disc takes a downfall over the next few songs, but things pick up with Robin S's absolute dynamite of a classic, "Show Me Love." Her raw vocals, the addictive dancebeat - it all makes for a definite highlight. Ce Ce Peniston's "Finally" reigns supreme, before breaking out into the dance anthem of 1997, Ultra Nate's "Free." What classics. De'Lacy's "Hideaway," Alison Limerick's "Where Love Lives" and K-Klass "Let Me Show You" all follow up.
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