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Ultimate Dance Party 1998

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Ooh Aah... Just A Little Bit (Motiv8's Radio Edit) - Gina G
  2. Jellyhead (Motiv8's Pumphouse 7' Edit) - Crush
  3. Un Break My Heart (Soul Solution & Hex Hector Uptempo Mix) - Toni Braxton
  4. Sweet Dreams (Club Mix) - La Bouche
  5. 100% Pure Love - Crystal Waters
  6. I Luv U Baby (Radio Version) - The Original
  7. One More Time - Real McCoy
  8. The Bomb (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind) Radio Edit - The Bucketheads
  9. Step By step (Junior's Arena Anthem Mix Edit) - Whitney Houston
  10. Insomnia (Monster Mix Edit) - Faithless
  11. Block Rockin' Beats - Chemical Brothers
  12. Mo Money Mo Problem (Radio Mix) - The Notorious B.I.G.
  13. Things Just Ain't The Same (Hex Hector Radio Edit) - Deborah Cox
  14. People hold On (Bootleg Version) - Lisa Stansfield
  15. Kiss you All Over (Spike Remix) - No Mercy
  16. The Child (Inside) (Junior's Club Mix Edit) - Qkumba Zoo
  17. What Is Love ('Saturday Night Live' Version) - Haddaway
  18. Return Of The Mack (C&J Edit) - Mark Morrison


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 28, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B000002VTX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,263 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on April 11, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Sure, the mixing isn't the best, and the songs are older, but this compilation can still start a party easily. The whole album is upbeat and has many great hits. The album starts out with a lot of dance pop classics. There is Gina G's Ooh Ahh (Just A Little Bit), La Bouche's Sweet Dreams, Crystal Water's 100% Pure Love and the huge hit Jellyhead by Crush. Toni Braxton's huge ballad Un Break My Heart gets a upbeat remix by two of today's biggest remixers: Soul Solution and Hex Hector. The result is stunning, and Toni's vocals work perfectly with the beats. Whitney Houston covers Annie Lennox's Step By Step, which leads into the song Insomnia, which has kind of a futuristic feel to it. Two of the next songs, Mo Money Mo Problems and the outstanding Things Just Ain't The Same are very hip-hop/R&B styled and show the future of Ultimate Dance Party compilations, as this was the last one that was mostly dance. With just a few songs left, they manage to pull together some awesome tracks, including the childish but fun The Child Inside and Mark Morrison's upbeat and bouncy Return Of The Mack. And of course no dance compilation would be complete without the famous What Is Love from the Saturday Night Live skits. This compilation is one of the best (And funnest) out there. Definately pick this up! It's worth the price.
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By A Customer on September 23, 1999
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Most of the dance songs in the album are popular and well-known in dance clubs. So, having this CD is like owning your dance club. Although the music is non-stop from track to track, the mixing between songs is sometimes not that well done. Anyway, I like this CD very much.
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Ultimate Dance Party 1997 was great. Now it's 1998 and they've done it again. Almost every song on this CD makes you want to get up and dance, especailly the version of Deborah Cox's "Things Just Ain't The Same". This song is hot. It's impossible to just sit still when you hear it. There's a nice variety here ranging from straight out dance songs, R & B, hip hop and even techno. One remix is called "Insomnia" by Faithless and that's a perfect way to describe this CD. You'll want to stay up all night and not miss a single beat of this fantastic CD. I'm looking forward to the 1999 version.
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By A Customer on May 10, 1998
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I think this cd was awesome, because all the songs had a good beat and was easy to dance to. It has a wide variety of sounds (listen to Un-break my heart, then listen to 100% Pure Love). I think this is a great cd for people who love to dance, or for people who just like to listen to a song with a steady beat. In other words, this cd rocks. Buy it. You won't regret it.
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This CD is all the good music of 1998. Fast paced and full of funtime memories. It is just right for doing cardio on the equipment at the gym. Gives you lots of energy. Worth the investment.
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By A Customer on September 16, 1998
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"The Bridge" is an exact remake of "The Sign". "The Sign" is one of my favorite songs, so I really like "The Bridge". The five cd's that I bought along with this one were 'N Sync, Backstreet Boys, All Saints, Barenaked Ladies, and the Beastie Boys.
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This Cd was a gift from Christmas 99. And I only started listening to it a week ago. I am surprised how much I like this CD! I wish I would have listened to it earlier!
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A couple tranks puzzled me... I mean this is 1998 right? But overall a great CD to move to. You just can't escape Puffy!
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